(Excuse the shine and tired look... it was a long crazy day, and needed those pics for this post!)
Have you ever wondered what is on someone’s permit or driver’s license? I remember being younger and would always look at them! Still do. Anyways, today I thought I would share what is on my driver’s permit! Well, kinda. I’m sharing how my make-up is!
Truth be told I’m a little behind on the whole driving wagon… I didn’t get my permit until I was 3 months away from being 19. But, I really didn’t have the interest to do so. I’m lucky to have the parents I have to get me back and forth where ever it may be that I needed/wanted to go- on their time of course. Also throughout high school, I have been involved in study programs and band-so I didn’t have the time. After I graduated this year I made it a point to get my permit.
There you go again, all off topic Kayla. Oh right. Here is my makeup look for my driving permit!
See my Late SummerFlawless Face!
Step One: Who doesn’t like primer? I adore it, mostly anyways… my choice: Miliani Eye Primer. Applied by ring finger. No tricks here!
Step Two: Using the Urban Decay Shadow Brush I simply patted L’Oreal Infallible Eyeshadow in Iced Latte all over the lid. Beautiful!
Step Three: E.L.F. Crease Brush + Urban Decay Naked = Crease Transition Color (Like that math? Me too!)
Step Four: One thing I love more than almost anything in my makeup collection? My Curiouser and Curiouser Eyeshadow palette that I purchase while in Disney! Oddly enough I used the E.L.F. Essential Concealer brush to apply Mushroom (a taupe shade) to the outer ‘v’ and into the crease. Then I blended it using (naturally) E.L.F. Blending Brush.
Step Five: I love highlighting my eyes! #Facehate. Using the ever so popular Wet ‘n’ Wild Eyeshadow Trio in Walking On Eggshells’s Browbone color and E.L.F. Studio ‘C’ Shadow Brush I highlighted the brow bone and inner corner. Possible the prettiest brow bone highlight ever!
Step Six: Ever wonder what eyeliner is a must for my sensitive eyes? Keep going. Almay eyeliner! (No specific name just that- strange) For this look I used the brown pencil. Why? I kinda have the tendency to loose makeup and just pick up whatever eyeliner is visible… so brown works. Outer water line and outer tightline.
Step Seven: See my Glamorous Mascara Routine!
Step One: EOS Lip Balm in Sweet Mint is an amazing lip primer! Not so much on the moisturizing part of things.
Step Two: Lips were stained from the day before with Avon Ultra Color Lipstick in Hibiscus (great for the super-white-teeth-red-lippy) but over top of that is Avon Ultra Color Lipstick in Rosewine <3