Monday, August 10, 2015

Strobe & Bake Tutorial

Today I thought I'd do a little strobing and baking tutorial. I love this look
and it's very simple. I did add a little contouring just because I love contouring
and I think I look best with a little of it undercutting my cheekbones. Usually
with strobing you skip the bronzer for contouring and stick to blush
and luminizer for shade and light. I used a cool toned bronzer to
contour and then I used a large amount of translucent loose powder
concentrated just below the contour line and left it on their for a few
minutes before brushing off. That's the process of baking. I love this
technique and the result is really pretty. Hope you enjoy!!
Let me know if you try this yourself with the hashtag #natslife on your
social media.

Foundation & Primers:
NYX Angel Veil
Mario Bedescu Skin Care Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs, & Rosewater
Garnier BB Cream for Combo/Oily Skin in Light/Medium
Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer in Very Fair Light
Mary Kay Translucent Loose Powder 
NYX Dewey Finish Setting Spray

Base: Avon Eyeshadow Base in Light Beige  
All over from Brow to Eyelashes: White Chocolate by Too Faced (CBP)                 
Crease: Salted Caramel by Too Faced (Chocolate Bar Palette)
Lid: Chocolate Truffle by Too Faced (CBP)
Highlight Under Brow & Inner Corner: Mary Lou Manizer by the Balm
Bottom Lid: Salted Caramel

Upper Lid: Jordana Fabuliner Liquid Eyeliner Pen in Brown
Upper Waterline: Jordana Eyeliner Pencil in Espresso Last
Lower Waterline: Rimmel Nude
My bottom lids are tattooed Black.
Mascara: Cover Girl "The Super Sizer" in Black

Bronzer: Light Contour with Mary Kay Bronzing Powder in Light Medium
Blush: Milani Luminoso
Highlight: Mary Lou Manizer by the Balm

Liner: Jordana Easyliner in Rose Crush
Lipstick: Maybelline in Peach Poppy
Lipgloss: NYX Butter Gloss in Apple Streudel

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