A soft look for teens

Monday, May 20, 2013

I don't do makeup tutorials however a few days ago I did post this on Facebook primarily to show what Ziba Beauty (Sumita Beauty) eyeliner looks on a teen.

Products used:

Nurturing Force Skincare Naturally Blot Out Offensive shine + oil control cream. [IMATS KA 2012]
MAKE UP FOR EVER USA Mat Velvet+ (mixed with) [Sephora]
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics White color corrector [IMATS LA 2013]
The Official Glamourdolleyes Risky Business blush [May OTM]
theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer (highlighter & on eyes) [BIRCHBOX]
NYX Cosmetics Jumbo lip liner in 724 Chaos & 703 Pink Nude [ULTA Beauty] topped with Meet Mark lipgloss in Honey from Beauty Army
Brown mascara also from Meet Mark from Beauty Army.
Ziba Beauty Sumita eyeliner in Saletti [Birchbox]

On a clean face I applied Nurturing Force Blot Out primer then mixed MUFE #35 with OCC color corrector in white to lighten the foundation for her since it was two shades too dark. After applying the foundation I blended it out using a Beautyblender sponge. On her cheeks I applied with an angle brush from SigmaBeauty, Glamourdoll Eye's new blush Risky Business from the May "Of The Month" bag. On her eyes I applied with a large wide eyeshadow brush theBalm's May-Lou Manizer all over and applied the same product above her blush using the same brush. After applying Mary-Lou I lined her eyes with Saletti (charcoal gray) on both the top and bottom even lining her waterline with it. I used an angle brush to soften it more before applying a brown mascara from Mark that came in my Beauty Army box. On her lips I used the sugar scrub from my May Julep box then applied NYX's Chaos then Pink Nude. Over that I then applied Honey also from Mark and also from one of my Beauty Army boxes.

When it comes to younger teen makeup I don't like using darker colors because it's too aging and too much. I wanted her eyes to pop without aging her so a charcoal gray color works perfectly for her since she has hazel eyes which depending on what she's wearing may look blue, green or gray.


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