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  • Makeup routine?

    I'd like to hear about y'all's daily makeup routine. I generally wear shadow, liner and mascara nearly everyday. That's it tho. I don't do foundation, powder, primer, lipstick, blush, highlighter, etc. I don't really do brows... anything like that. IF I HAVE to dress up, I'll maybe put on some foundation and fill in my eyebrows, but honestly it takes too long and I always feel like I'm wearing a mask lol so that is rare. I think the last time I did full face make up was a Christmas party I went to like three years ago haha

    So what's your routine? Quick wham, bam thank you ma'am? Or full-on, takes an hour, create a tutorial type makeup? 😆

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    I used to do full face (primer, foundation, concealer, powder, blush, highlight, eyeshadow, liner, mascara, lipstick) every day when I was chilling in academia cause it was fun and doesnt take me much time. When I've worked with kiddos it's usually a pretty conservative environment and I've mostly just evened up skin as needed and then lip balm lol. I find zoom university VERY forgiving on my not fantastic skin so I've been taking pretty big makeup break since March and I miss it but my skin is thriving hahaha. Every so often if I'm feeling it I'll do a lil concealer/mascara action. I've done a full face like 3 times since for 2 final assessment zoom meetings and the second date with my ex gf LOL

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    • #3
      I didn't even think about how the lockdown and thus Zoom meetings might change a person's routine. Yeah, I know that some peeps find it to be more of a hobby even, which is totally cool. I just find that I can't be bothered with more than five mins of application. I will say tho that my mind has been blown by how much makeup can transform a face!! Now whether that's good or bad idk, BUT it's a mega-talent of which I have none! 😆 Since I'm a semi-creative person I think I might actually like experimenting with different looks, but meh lol

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      • #4
        My usual routine is primer, foundation, very light blush, mascara, and a cateye liner. I do brows too, but that only takes like a second since I have naturally thickish brows and it's just me evening things out a bit. Lately I've just been doing mascara/cateye and brows though, maybe concealer if I'm really needing it. I have a ton of lipstick that I adore, but there's not a whole lot of point to that anymore, lol. I also love messing around with eyeshadow, but I usually don't unless I'm actually going somewhere specific.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by azure View Post
          My usual routine is primer, foundation, very light blush, mascara, and a cateye liner. I do brows too, but that only takes like a second since I have naturally thickish brows and it's just me evening things out a bit. Lately I've just been doing mascara/cateye and brows though, maybe concealer if I'm really needing it. I have a ton of lipstick that I adore, but there's not a whole lot of point to that anymore, lol. I also love messing around with eyeshadow, but I usually don't unless I'm actually going somewhere specific.
          I LOVE a good cateye. I can do it no problem on one eye, but I flub it EVERY TIME on the other. So I just tend to stick to a boring thin line on the upper lid. I actually hate putting liner on the waterline of my eye. Actually, does anyone do that anymore? Seems like an '80s/'90s thing.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by mollym View Post

            I LOVE a good cateye. I can do it no problem on one eye, but I flub it EVERY TIME on the other. So I just tend to stick to a boring thin line on the upper lid. I actually hate putting liner on the waterline of my eye. Actually, does anyone do that anymore? Seems like an '80s/'90s thing.
            I was terrible at cateye until I started using the eyeliner felt pens. Made it a piece of cake. I only ever do a white eyeliner on my waterline occasionally, but I do love the way it makes the eyes larger.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by azure View Post

              I was terrible at cateye until I started using the eyeliner felt pens. Made it a piece of cake. I only ever do a white eyeliner on my waterline occasionally, but I do love the way it makes the eyes larger.
              Are felt pens like liquid liner? I am scared of liquid liners. I've tried them a couple times and made a mess of myself 😅 I've never tried felt before though.

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              • azure
                azure commented
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                No, not at all! They're what I started using when I couldn't get the hang of liquid liner and they're way, way, waaaaay easier. They're not quite as deep a black as the liquid liner once they become a littler older, so I usually do the line with the felt pen and then go over it with the liquid liner. :) If you want to give it a shot, I recommend the fine tip e.l.f. brand— they're pretty good, and only about $2.

            • #8
              Originally posted by azure
              No, not at all! They're what I started using when I couldn't get the hang of liquid liner and they're way, way, waaaaay easier. They're not quite as deep a black as the liquid liner once they become a littler older, so I usually do the line with the felt pen and then go over it with the liquid liner. :) If you want to give it a shot, I recommend the fine tip e.l.f. brand— they're pretty good, and only about $2.
              2 bucks?? That's worth trying for sure! I'll def give it a go! You've inspired me! 🤩

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