Everyday Makeup Tutorial WIth Honest Beauty

Today I am sharing a quick and easy everyday makeup tutorial with all of you. I have been loving these products by Honest Beauty and I wanted to share them with you. I love that these products have not been tested on animals and the purpose of Honest is to empower people to live a happy, healthy life! I don't spend a lot of time on makeup and I don't like to wear a lot of it. I want my makeup to be fast and effortless and with Honest Beauty it can be.

I always start with my Honest Beauty Organic Beauty Facial Oil. It has a blend of 8 fruit and seed oils. I actually apply this at night after I shower and in the morning. I just do 1-2 drops in the palm of my hand and gently press it onto my clean face and neck. It has been helping to replenish and moisture my skin. It is lightweight and natural. It has avocado oil, nourishing apricot kernel oil and aromatic rose oil.

I never over analyze my makeup routine and I don't love using a ton of foundation. I don't want it to look too cakey. But we all have a few a spots that need to be touched up, so I use a concealer stick for under my eyes and blemishes. Next I use a blush.  Right now I use a peachy orange, but in the winter I use something more red or rosey pink. 

 I curl my eye lashes and then I apply the Honest Extreme Length Mascara and Lash Primer. I use the lash primer first and then the mascara. I LOVE that in one tube it is the primer on one side and the mascara on another side. That is so convenient and functional. 

 The last step is lipstick. I have been wearing Honest Lip Crayon Demi Matte in Fig. There is not a dry lip in the house with this lightweight high impact lip color that leaves lips looking satiny soft with a velvet matte finish. Its balm-like blend of jojoba seed oil, murumuru and shea butters cushions, conditions and helps to lock in moisture for a perfected pout. This lip crayon has been dermatologist tested and is hypoallergenic.  Honest Beauty has 8 different shades and they are all gorgeous!

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