Essence Day To Night Makeup – I’m so excited to be sat here and writing up this post for you all as I know you enjoy reading posts like these as they’re quite fun!
As you can tell from the title and hopefully from the picture above, this is a day-to-night makeup post featuring two different looks using Essence products and what’s the best part, you can re-create these looks in about 10 minutes! 🙂
Below I’ve featured all of the products used to create both looks and if you keep scrolling I’ve listed all the details!
Essence Day Look – So, here we have my day look, it’s really simple, chic and perfect for everyday when you don’t want to wear too much.
What I’ve Used (In Both Looks)
– Essence Stay All Day long-lasting Makeup (20 Soft Nude)
– Essence Quattro Eyeshadow (Shade 15)
– Essence Maximum Length Mascara (With Fibre)
– Essence XXXL Long Lasting Lipgloss (Matte)
To start of your make-up apply the Essence Stay All Day Foundation onto your skin and blend using a foundation brush (I used Nanshy) make sure to blend onto your neck and hairline then using a powder of your choice – set your makeup.
Next sweep a light shade onto the eyelids from the Essence Quattro Eyeshadow set and use a darker colour on the crease for extra definition.
Line eyes with the Essence Long Lasting Eyeliner in copper for a pop of warmth!
Apply 2-3 coats of Essence Maximum Length Mascara to define the eyes and bring your look together then add a touch of Essence Sooo Blush onto the apples of your cheeks for a rosy glow!
Finish off your look by applying the Essence XXXL Long Lasting Lipgloss in matte which is long-lasting and perfect to apply and go for a few hours!
Essence Night Makeup – Here we have my night look which is lovely for evening out as it’s super-easy to re-create and as we all know smokey eyes look gorgeous on everyone! 🙂
Using the same foundation as above – apply and blend onto your face, neck and hairline to ensure it’s fully-blended!
Apply a light shade onto the eyelid and start creating a smokey eye by using the single Essence Eyeshadow – start from the outer corners and blend into the crease, upper and lower lash line making sure your blend to create a smokey look.
You can add an eyeliner of your choice to add more definition to your smokey eye – I normally use black as this makes all eye colours pop.
3-4 coats of the Essence Maximum Length Mascara is perfect making sure that all your lashes are coated, lengthened and looking wonderful for your evening out.
Add a pop of colour on the cheeks and if desired you can also add bronzer to your cheekbones!
Finish off the look with the Essence XXXL Long Lasting Lipgloss in matte which will compliment your statement smokey eye! 🙂
Ah, here we have a random picture of me and my little dog named Thunder – he’s my gorgeous little Chihuahua and I love this photo haha!
So, let me know what you all think of these two make-up looks! What are your favourite products from Essence?