Sunday, 22 March 2015

Spring Hair and Makeup!

It is slowly turning into Spring in the UK and for me it can not come fast enough, I think the sun puts you in such a better mood and I personally feel a lot more motivated with good weather. I was sorting my makeup out over the weekend and decided to do something a little more bright and playful for an every day look, and this is what I used.

L'Oreal True Match Foundation
Maybelline Age Rewind Concealer
Chanel Soliel Tan De Chanel Bronzer

I started my doing my foundation and concealer, I chose not to set it with anything however you can use a powder if you like. I liked the dewy effect for a spring time look. I finished my applying the cream bronzer over the cheeks and forehead and anywhere else the sun may would naturally hit it. This created a really natural bronzy sun kissed look to the skin.

L'Oreal Infaillible Eyeliner Pencil in Chocolate Addiction
Benefit Brow Zings
Benefit They're Real Mascara

I Filled in my eyebrows with the brow powder keeping to the natural shape just making them a little darker. I then lined the top lash line. I chose a brown pencil as I thought it would be less harsh for a spring time look. I didn't take the liner into a wing at the end as I find on me personally if I do this is makes my eyes look more rounded which I like. I finished my curling my lashes and applying mascara to the top and bottom lashes.

Illamasqua Matte Lip Liquid in Surrender

I applied one coat and let it dry then another over the top to finish. These are so matte and once they are on they will not move. I love this shade for spring time.
I Created a small French braid using the front bits of my hair and plaited it to the end. I then put all my hair up in a messy pony tail. I pulled out the bobble to the plait once my pony tail was secure, then gently pulled out the French plait to make it look more messy and loose.

Zoe x 


  1. Your hair style looks so cute and your make up is really pretty. I love what you are wearing on your lips x
    han // emandhan xo


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