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My Staple Makeup Looks

I've been wearing makeup since I was 13.  8 years later and I'm still wearing the same type of looks (with obvious better products and application). I thought I'd just tell you my timeless go-to's 
(I don't have pictures for this, but I'm sure if you go to my channel, you'll see examples in any video of mine)
The barely there look:
Usually this is when I have zero time to put anything on. It's the absolute basic but always subtly pretty nonetheless. Just a bit of blemish correcting concealer (like the Maybelline cover stick or Rimmel Cover the Blemish concealer). Then dust a powder over that (I'm currently using Rimmel Stay Matte). I'm not too fussed with my brows, but I always makeup sure I at least brush through them to tame them a bit and I'll simply use a spoolie to get the job done. Then I'll use a brush that is probably meant for blush or highlighter and just dab a bit of silver/white eye shadow and blend it all over the lid. And then after lashings of whatever mascara I'm using, I'll put on a pinky-nude lipgloss or lipstick on to finish the look. (sidenote: this is my base look and each following look is just a build ontop of this)

When I want to experiment with color:
I like to play up my eye makeup. The only difference is that I'll pick either blue or purple eye shadow and slowly build up the color after I apply it all over the lid. The silver eye shadow becomes the highlight and that'll be in the inner corner. And finally I match the shadow with a liner and just line my lash line on the top lid. 
As for experimenting with lip color, I'm still on that journey and it's not a staple just yet...

The glam look:
It's playing with my eye makeup some more. I'll simply use a sparked brown for the base, the silver shadow for the highlight, line my top lashes with brown..all the usual... but this time, I'll experiment with shadow in my crease and use either a darker brown, or use some sort of color, like a plum or navy. 

What's some of your go-to looks? 

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