Organisation

Current Everyday Makeup Layout

Hi Everyone, how are you today?

Since moving back home, my makeup is kept in little plastic drawers, and a lovely plastic upper container where I keep my everyday makeup.

Every month, since my collection is so big, I like to switch around my everyday makeup, to try and rediscover old loves and to prevent stagnation in my makeup looks. Today, I have made a few changes to what I’ve started keeping in some of the drawers, and I wanted to share that with you today.

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Rebel Pop, Rapture, Jam On It, Audrey, Diva, Loaded, NSFW, Burkin Brown, Rose Pop, No Hesitation, Icon Pop, Nude Pop

Lipsticks

Since my hair is a bit darker, I’ve had to have a think about what lipsticks I can wear now. Some of the paler shades that I loved as a blonde don’t really work too well now. So now I’m embracing a few darker, moodier shades to try and warm up my face a bit more. I do have a few nude shades here, but since it is winter, I have added a few more berries and darker reds to the mix. I’m really looking forward to playing with these a bit more.

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Base

I keep a few larger face items in the upper section. These are all base items such as primer and powder; believe me, I have tried fitting setting powder into the drawers; it’s a fraction too big! I am almost finished with the Smashbox Photo Finish Primer, and that will be binned in a few days. I have been using the ELF Primer, but I use it mainly as moisturiser. It feels so soft and silky. It works so well with my Clinique Foundation. I do have the Uoma Say What foundation at hand too, but it’s too big to fit on the shelf at the moment. One day!

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Brows, Eyes and Liner

These items rarely ever change. Once I find a mascara that I love, it will stay in the tray until it dries up. I love the Clinique Curling Mascara, and when it’s teamed up with a lash primer and kohl liner, my lashes look awesome!

As for brows, I love the combo of the Maybelline Brow Satin and revolution Pro Brow Mascara. They give me the best brow days of my life!

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More Essentials

In this drawer, I keep everything that I will need to reach for on a daily basis, such as concealer, lip balm and liners. I also have a lid primer in here, just in case I fancy wearing it one day. I rarely do though.

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The Singles Bar

Hands up if you rarely touch your single shadows since buying palettes! I am really guilty of this and I have some gorgeous single shadows in my collection. So instead of having a drawer simply for lip liners, I have placed a few single shadows to encourage me to show these shadows some love. I have picked shades that I can incorporate with palettes. I am really looking forward to using Nude beach again; it was the perfect eye highlight. It’s stunning!

Face Colour

One of my favourite drawers is my face colour drawer. I have bronzers, blush and highlighter in here; everything that would add definition back to my face. I have picked matte bronzers because I have loved them at the moment; the Wet n Wild one is gorgeous! As for blush, I have gone for more berry shades, including two of my favourite Younique blushers. As for highlighter, I am loving a more natural looking glow, so I have picked soft gold shades. The Maybelline Rose Gold is the most shimmery here!

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Liquid Lipsticks

Since my super dry lips have been behaving lately, I am embracing more of a matte lip. I have picked some of my favourites such as the ABH and Jeffree Star ones. I also have a couple of lipstains and glosses which I want to use if my lips are a bit too dry for liquid lipsticks.

And that is everything in my everyday drawers at the moment. If you would like to know more about how I sort things out, let me know and I can add that into a post in the future.

Have a lovely day though guys, and take care.

xxx

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