The key to this look are
- Base - my face have too much blemish, so concealing and medium to full coverage is a must. Long-wearing foundation preferable as I sweat a lot.
- Green eyeshadow and eyeliner - green really flatter brown eyes and colored eyeliner instantly brighten the eyes.
- Coral blusher and lipstick -warm shade such as coral suit my olive skin tone very well.
Start with clean, toned and moisturised face. You can see in the picture above how terrible my current skin condition, that's the aftermath from using Everyday Minerals base. My skin reacts badly causing clogged pores and ultimately endless pimples party. Now, pretty much all the pimples gone, but it left a lot of undesirable hyperpigmentation.
Ok, to start of, I apply Biore UV Perfect Face Milk SPF 50+ PA+++ sunscreen. This sunscreen is so awesome that it double as a make up base. I used Stage Photo Pro Creme Camouflage in Ginger to conceal dark circle and blemishes all over my face. For base, I use Revlon Colorstay in Golden Beige mixed with Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel. This make the foundation easier to apply and blend. It also dilute the foundation, making it perfect for daily use.
Apply UDPP to the lid. UDPP is the only base the really works on my oily lid. I used green eyeshadow as it match very well with coral blusher and lipstick I'm using for this look. I used Stage Eye Liner in Teal Theater, using black eyeliner can be boring at times. Lastly, fuss free mascara from Avon.
Finish up the look with ELF Studio Blush in Candid Coral and Stage Wonderlust Lipstick in Sarah.
The finished look. My skin more even and most blemishes concealed. More importantly, I didn't look pale or sick. When I went out to buy lunch bare faced, without any makeup, people will ask if I'm okay or I'm sick or not.
SometimesMost of the time, I'm too lazy, so I used BB cream as base and skipping concealer and sunscreen.