A natural and defined makeup look that photographs beautifully, perfect for licence or passport photos. The tones are perfect for blondes and I’ve included lots of tips for mothers who want to look polished for a special occasion 🙂
This tutorial was filmed at Plumtree, a charity that I’ve supported for years. To show your support, please ‘like’ the Facebook page! You can also support the cause by donating, help Plumtree change lives. Would you like to know more about Plumtree? Check out their website.
Obvs this video is not sponsored.
Nail polish I’m wearing in this tutorial
YSL Beige Leger
Complete List of Products Mentioned
MAC – Fix+
Hourglass – Veil Mineral Primer
L’Oreal – True Match Lumi in W3
SUQQU – Brow Pen in Brown
Viseart – Concealer Palette 01
Rouge Bunny Rouge – Diaphanous Finishing Powder*
Rouge Bunny Rouge – Cream eyeshadows in Atlas Swallowtail* & Chiffon Ringlet*
Sephora – Outrageous Curl Mascara*
MAC – Eye Pencil in Teddy
YSL – Kiss & Blush in #8
Guerlain – 4 Seasons Bronzer in Moyen Brunettes
Boots – No7 Lipliner in Nude
MAC – Lipstick in Coral Bliss & Impassioned
This is a very special video for me and I hoped you enjoyed it, too <3
* Denotes products sent for consideration. I only use products I love 🙂
Leave your comment (6 comments)
Karima, hats off to you for your charitable endeavors, and for finding a way to use your passion for beauty to help others! I adore this look and I will be attempting to recreate it on myself. Gonna wear this to work. It is indeed soft and flattering, but also brightening (critical for days I want to look awake even when I’m not LOL) and polished. Thanks for sharing your techniques, I always learn a lot from you 😀
Turns out, makeup can be applied in many wonderful causes 🙂 So pleased you liked the look. xx
Aw Karima, this post hits me right in the heart! As a mom of a developmentally delayed toddler, I understand the challenges that those children and their families go through. The world needs more people like you who are compassionate and kind. You are a true inspiration! Thank you for sharing Plumtree’s info! xo
It can be challenging and a lot of mothers don’t often get the chance to pamper themselves – such an honour to be part of the day. So very fulfilling!
Thanks for sharing your story <3
So lovely!! I have two developmentally delayed children and this organization and your contributions are amazing!
Thanks for taking the time to comment, it is an amazing organisation and I can’t wait to take part in another event in future!