These days, wherever you look around on the blogosphere, you inevitably bump into a Kylie Jenner inspired look, lip, makeup, hair etc. I think the reason is that her look actually suits a lot of people, a lot of different skin tones and is actually a bit bolder, whilst still being very wearable on a daily basis. This fall I was really inspired by it, so I decided to make a video on it. I thought I would accompany that video with this blogpost of all the products I used to get the look.
I actually only used the six products above (plus the Essence brow kit to fill in my eyebrows, which I completely forgot to include in these pictures).
Before applying any makeup, I make sure to moisturize in the morning, because dry skin is not a good canvas for this type of look (or any look for that matter). At the moment I enjoy using the Garnier Moisture Match for my face and the Nivea lip balm in Raspberry Rose for my lips.
For the face, I went for the L'Oreal True Match Lumi Magique foundation (this is in shade N3), which is what I use when I want a flawless look, without it looking cakey or not natural. I like to apply my face products with the Real Techniques Buffing Brush, which also helps to evenly distribute and give a more airbrushed finish to the face. I then went for my go-to contour kit, which is the Sleek Face Form (in Light), and I applied this with the Real Techniques Contour Brush.
The eye look was mainly the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette, using the shades: Bootycall, Foxy, Tease, Busted. I then applied the Rimmel Scandaleyes eyeliner along my upper lash line and smudged it with a small detailer brush. Finished off the eye look with the Yves Rocher Sexy Pulp Mascara (one of my absolute favourites).
Finally, for the ever-so-famous Kylie Jenner lips, I went for the MAC Beurre Cremestick Lipliner (or you can go for the MAC Whirl lipliner, which is very similar). I believe this lip liner will suit a lot of different skin tones and, even though it is quite a darker lip color, it is very wearable and does not look too vampy or anything like that.
I hope you enjoyed this! Thank you for reading my blog!