How to apply your makeup for a natural look in time for prom

When school's out, prom is on. This milestone in your life is a memory that can last forever, which is why so many of us spend months thinking about the perfect dress, shoes and date. One thing that shouldn't weigh heavy on your mind (but which probably will) is your makeup look for the big day/night. This is why we simplified the prom ritual with a nude and natural appearance to match any gown.
With this step-by-step tutorial, you can nail your final school image and avoid the worries of endlessly filtering your photos to make sure friends don't capture any unblended contour. Whether you're going for Disney princess or grunge vibes, this look is sure to complement every aspect of your aesthetic. It will ensure you have a memorable night and elegantly made-up face you can look back on in photos for years to come.
- IT Cosmetics Confidence In A Cream Hydrating Moisturizer
- Benefit Cosmetics: The POREfessional Pearl Primer
- MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix Fluid 15 Foundation in shade NC 40
- Foundation brush
- Colourpop No Filter Matte Concealer in shade Light 10 and Medium 22
- Concealer brush
- Coty Airspun Loose Face Powder in shade Translucent
- Powder brush
- Benefit Cosmetics Precisely My Brow Pencil Ultra Fine Shape & Define in shade 4
- MAC Cosmetics Mineralize Skin Finish Natural in shade Give Me Sun
- Contour brush X2
- PUR Cosmetics 4-in-1 Blush Book
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Eyeshadow Palette
- Fluffy eyeshadow brush
- L'Oreal Voluminous Curved Brush Mascara
- L'Oreal Color Riche Ultra Matte Nude Lipstick in shade Power Petal
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1. To create a good base for your makeup, rub the IT Cosmetics Hydrating Moisturizer into your entire face. On top of this, apply the Benefit Pearl Primer to your T zone and chin.
2. Using a foundation brush, apply the MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix foundation to your skin. Make sure you have a full and even coverage by blending the product into your creases with your brush.
3. Paint on the Colourpop No Filter Matte Concealer in both shades Light 10 and Medium 22 under your eyes in short strokes. Apply these strokes to your Cupid's bow, chin, and on your forehead. Blend the product into your skin with a concealer brush in circular motions.
4. Gently tap the Coty Airspun Loose Face Powder in shade Translucent under your eyes with a fluffy powder brush. This will set your concealer and reduce the appearance of creases.
5. Brush the Benefit Cosmetics Brow Pencil onto your eyebrows. Follow your brows' natural shape to fill in any gaps where there are no hairs/light hairs. Stroke the product in upward motions to define your arch.
6. Contour your cheeks by blending your MAC Cosmetics Mineralize powder in shade Give Me Sun beneath your cheekbones to form depth and structure in your face. Do so by blending with your contour brush in long strokes along your cheeks.
7. Take a clean contour brush and blend the shade Honest from the PUR Cosmetics 4-in-1 Blush Book into your cheeks.
8. To create a natural eye, use shade Twig from the Anastasia Beverly Hills (ABH) Sultry Eyeshadow Palette and blend it into your crease with a fluffy eyeshadow brush.
9. To add shimmer, pat the Pearl shade from the ABH palette into your eyelid, making sure the two shades on your eye are well blended.
10. Smooth the L'Oreal Mascara onto your lashes using the wand provided.
11. Lastly, to complete your prom look, spread the L'Oreal Nude Lipstick in shade Power Petal onto your lips. Once finished, your face will be ready for every close-up photo as you party at prom.

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