My first intro, please watch. It would honestly really mean a lot to me. Showing my face on Snapguide is a big step and I could use all the support I can get. ☺️
Start out with fresh, clean skin for all 3 tutorials. Make sure there is no traces of makeup from the day before.
You obviously don't need a lot of makeup for 6th grade, so this look only uses 3 products. Its about as natural as it gets!
So, I'm keeping it super simple for the 6th grade routine. I will be starting out with some pressed powder to get rid of any oiliness. The powder will also lightly cover up any redness or acne.
To finish of the 6th grade makeup I will just be adding some tinted lip balm and a bit of lip gloss. Add the lip gloss to the center of your lips for a fuller effect.
For this makeup look I added a few more products to the list. It still ends up looking natural, but there's a little more coverage to the skin.
I'm starting out this look with the face makeup. I'm covering up any blemishes with a bit of foundation. I break out bad in the same places constantly, so using foundation instead of concealer is a...
Personal choice. (I only use foundation on blemishes though.) Next, I like to use a under eye concealer to brighten my eyes. I also use this on my nose bridge and brow bone for a natural highlight.
Now I'm just dusting on some pressed powder to set everything.
For the eyes I'm adding a bit of mascara. For the top lashes I'm using Covergirl's "Clump Crusher" in the shade black. For the bottom lashes I'm using a brown mascara for a more natural look.
For the lips I am just sticking to the same thing, tinted lip balm and a bit of lip gloss.
For the 8th grade look, I still think its important to keep it as natural as possible, so I will only be tacking on three extra things to the look.
Start out with the same face makeup as before.
Add a bit of blush for a natural glow and a bit of color. Get a shade that matches your skin tone, nothing too light, and nothing to dark, always meet in the middle.
Now just add some pressed powder to set everything. Make sure you blend well and get the excess powder off your brush by tapping it a couple times to avoid it caking up on your skin.
For a super simple "barely there" eye look, grab a white and pink eye shadow. Apply the white shadow to your inner corners for a brighter eye. Apply a light pink to your lid and a darker pink to...
To your outer corner for a bit of definition. Trust me, the pink is super natural and it barely shows up, so don't be scared to try it if the idea if pink eye shadow scares you.
Now just curl your lashes and add some mascara! Eye makeup is officially done. :)
Finish off with tinted lip balm and some lip gloss and that's it! Don't be afraid to experiment and see what shades work best for you.
Here are all 3 of the finished looks! Their very natural, super simple, and perfect for school.
Just like my intro, I would love if you took 60 seconds to watch it! 😘 I just recently made an Instagram account, so if you want a look into my life and updates, be sure to follow @olivia.marie.13!
Please read the comment I have added down below. ☺️ It will talk a little more about me showing my face and what's coming in the future. I love you guys! 😘