Hey guys, today we're talking makeup! I've been wearing this look so many times these past few weeks that I thought it deserved its own blog post. Spring is actually my favourite time of year when it comes to makeup. I love wearing these very subtle, brown smokey eyes, pink lips and a lightweight base. Below you will find a list of all the products I used and I hope you guys enjoy this post!

For this look, I dug out my Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Palette which I had totally forgotten about! I actually really love this palette for spring because it's got every shimmery, neutral shade you could possibly need. Unfortunately, you can't get your hands on this palette anymore as it was limited edition. However, I have found a few alternatives for you so you can achieve a similar look, for example the Zoeva Rose Golden Eyeshadow Palette or Clarins The Essentials Eye Make-Up Palette. Anyways, I applied the shade Pop onto my entire lid and for my crease shade, I used a mixture of Harajuku and 1987. I love this combination. I then applied a few coats of my Zoeva Graphic Lash Mascara and that was basically it for the eyes - super easy! For my eyebrows, I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow Pomade in Dark Brown and the Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix. I love how these products make my eyebrows look - very natural but still defined.

For my base, I used the Urban Decay One & Done Foundation in Light Medium. I honestly can't rave about this foundation enough. I think this is the one foundation I will always repurchase because it's that good! For concealer I used the Catrice Liquid Camouflage in 010 Porcelain and applied a few layers of my favourite translucent powder, the Soap & Glory One Heck of a Blot Powder. To add a little bit of colour back to my face, I used the Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer. I have mentioned this bronzer a while ago on my blog and I highly recommend giving it a try. I love the scent and the colour is perfect for my skin tone. I then finished off the look with one of my favourite Mac Lipsticks in the shade Brave.

Let me know what you guys think in the comments!

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