10 minute bright skin no makeup makeup tutorial

October 9, 2015

No makeup makeup, that really doesn’t involve much makeup

I’m pretty much over my eye infection, but I’m still a bit cautious about what I put on my skin, and particularly my eyes. I’ve been avoiding eye makeup at all costs, and I’ve kept my face makeup to a minimum.

However, while I miss my kohl, going without eyeliner has made me embrace clear, bright skin, with the use of minimal products.
So I figured I’d share this tutorial with you. It’s my version of no makeup makeup, where I let my base and lips do the talking.
The real star of the show is Temple Spa’s Look on the Bright Side. It’s a highlighting product I was sent to trial. Now if nothing else, I’m known for my constructively critical review of products (even at the risk of peeing off the PR that sent it), but in this case, I was pretty impressed with Temple Spa.

Temple Spa’s Look on the Bright Side – a mini review

Unlike other highlighting and brightening products that are meant for just the cheeks (I’m thinking Benefit’s High Beam and Vie at Home’s Duo Highlighter), Temple Spa’s Look on the Bright Side can be worn all over the face, either over of under makeup. In the absence of my usual makeup, I’ve been taking full advantage of it’s all over glow.
You see, unlike the aforementioned highlighters, Look on the Bright Side is a light fluid which glides on easily. Plus its delicate gold tone comes on almost transparently, so you’re left with a discrete gold dusting and noticeable shine. If you prefer the matte look, this might not be the product for you, but if you want glowing, healthy looking almost bare skin, check out how I use Temple Spa to best effect.
Props also to Jane Iredale’s PurePressed mineral powder, which provided the base for the neutral look.
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HalimaBobs

I’m not a makeup artist, chef, lifestyle guru or stylist. I’m just me. And like you, I’m trying to make the best of most things, only I’m sharing my warts-and-all thoughts along the way.

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