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Published on Jun 10, 2015
@AfterDRK & Amanda Rijff : as you will see in the video I’ve used the following products:
Hydrating primer by Laura Mercier with hyaluronic acid and vitamin A,C, and E. A cocktail of anti oxidants. I mixed it with the By Terry Cellularose Brightening serum which is a radiance elixer and gives a subtle glow to the skin. All By Terry’s products are based on roses so as you can imagine this primer smells heavenly.
Then I used a tinted moisturiser by Laura Mercier with an SPF 20 in the color Nude. This is Laura Mercier ’s version of the BB crème and has a light and sheer coverage. As I like to mix to perfect the skin, I added a little forever light creator CC crème with an SPF 35 in Apricot. A perfect balance.
Under the eyes I used a mix of two concealers to get the perfect undertone and constistancy. In my opinion Sisley Cosmetics and Laura Mercier have one of the best. To set the concealer I used a brightening powder.
To set the primer and foundation cocktail I used a loose invisible setting powder and a fan brush.
Not having enough time in the morning is no excuse for having tired looking eyes. You can apply an eyebasic in matter of seconds. Apply in from the lashline all the up to eyebrow and blend it in. And voilà bye bye color differences. Hello bright eyes. After the eyebasics used a tightline (invisible eyeliner0 and wiggled it by using a flat eyeliner brush between the lashes. To finish it off I used two coats of mascara to maximise the tightline effect.
A pop of color on the cheeks has a youthful effect. By using a crème version like the organic Kjaer Weis or RMS beauty is easy to apply and does not stain.
To have the eye color stand out a little more I used a cocktail (yes, what else) of the Estēe Lauder Pure Envy Shine in Mischievous Rose and Alluring. I has a perfect balmy texture for a lipstick no lipstick effect.