A Simple Coral Look For Spring

Hi everyone. When I was preparing this post at the weekend I did not expect to see snow again :) What's going on with the weather in UK? I mean... There is 10 cm of snow in my garden and it keeps snowing! Crazy! Anyway... I am guessing that it is just temporary and I am hoping to see sunshine again.  I try to stick to natural looks in Spring and Summer and this one is my favourite - coral lips and cheeks and subtle eye makeup. 
I used the Liz Earle Sheer Skin Tint* as a base and added Bourjois Mineral Radiance Powder  as a bronzer. I wanted to keep the base dewy and fresh, so I didn't powder my skin. I also added a little bit of Liz Earle Perfect Fix Concealer * under my eyes and to camouflage imperfections. I am loving MAC Mineralize Skin Finish in Soft and Gentle and I use it every single day as a highlight and this look definitely needed it.

On my cheeks I am wearing my favourite summer blusher- Stila Convertible Lip and Cheek Colour in shade Gladiola. I reviewed it here last year and it is still one of my go to blushers.

To compliment coral cheeks, I went for Too Faced Color Drenched  Lip Cream in shade Juicy Melons. It is such a lovely lipstick- very pigmented, super moisturising and creamy.

On my eyes, I tried a gold pencil in the waterline (Barry M) and a hint of subtle gold and brown on the eyelids (Art Deco Eye Designer *). My eyelashes are super flat as usual... and I can't do anything about it, but I used Liz Earle Smudgeproof Mascara* to add more volume. That's it. Quick and easy.

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