casual make-up look.

Hey guys! Meet Sarah.

So this is just a little make up post while i have been sorting my room out I thought I would take a break and play round with a simple make up look using a few products i had in my make up bag. 

For this simple natural look I have used Origins Quick Hide concealer to hide and unsightly blemishes and redness around my nose area and under my eyes. 

I then applied my Origins Brighter By Nature Face Powder in very light cool all over my face to even out my skin tone and give a light coverage.

On my cheeks I have used Origins Pinch your cheeks Blusher in Rose Dust. This is my favourite blusher at the moment I love how natural it is and a nice subtle pink. 
On top of this I have used a cheap bronzer I got from a local Beauty Store I used this over my eyes to just to add a little bit of sparkle and a nice glow to my cheek bones. 

On the lips I have used Rimmel 1000 kisses lip tint and balm duo. I got this in a beauty bag from The Clothes Show Live and was a bit unsure of the colour but since going dark I really like it with my Red hair and Pale skin tone. This colour is 100 Endless Blossom. 

Lastly on my lashes I used Estée Lauder Sumptuous Extreme Lash Mascara , I love the brown shade as it gives a nice natural colour and the brush gives great definition to my lashes without clumping them together. 

So thats my Natural Look. What do you think ? 



  1. Your lipstick is really pretty x


    1. Thank you :-) it goes on so nice , would recommend the Rimmel lip stain xx

  2. You look nice. I like the result.


  3. i think you did a great job and the end result looks clean, polished, and fresh :)

    xx rae

    1. Thank you so much , please follow And I will gladly follow bk x http://beautybottle.blogspot.co.uk/?m=1

  4. Really nice look - it definitely looks very natural and I really like how you added a pop of colour through your lipstick :)


    1. Thank you Hannah , will pop over and say hi , please follow and will follow bk gladly http://beautybottle.blogspot.co.uk/?m=1


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