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I always go primer, eyeshadow, curl my lashes, eyeliner, eyebrows, concealer, mascara, highlighter, blush, powder, and then lipstick and gloss. I am SO low maintenance.

For normal everyday makeup:
– primer
– foundation or BB cream
– eye primer
– eyeliner
– mascara, and curl my lashes
– brows
– concealer
– powder
– blush/bronzer
– lip products

For more fancy makeup:
– Primer and sometimes BB cream if i want very full coverage
– Eyeshadow
– Eyeliner
– Mascara, and curl my lashes
– Brows
– Foundation
– Concealer
– Powder
– Contour and bronzing
– Blush
– Lip products, usually lipstick with a liner

I must be one of the few who starts her makeup with the lips. First lip liner, then lipstick which erases the lip liner, then concealer on my undereye circles, blended until it looks natural, then black mascara on lashes, and finally blush, if I still have time before applying the mascara I will try to use eyeliner but that is only when I have a lot of time, because I´m so clumsy since I´m new to eyeliner. If I have no time at all, then I will just use an application proof lipstick that doesn´t require lip liner, then concealer on undereye circles and maybe mascara, if no time for mascara just lipstick and concealer and I´m out of the door.

I do eye primer, eye base, eyeshadow, eyeliner, curl lashes, mascara, foundation, concealer, creme contour,

if creme blush, then creme blush, powder, lipstick

if powder blush, then powder, and lipstick or blush in whatever order, depending on whether I need to make sure blush matches lipstick.

eye primer, shadow, liner, mascara, rest of my face (don’t usually do much more than lipstick or gloss and eyes)

Full eye makeup (depends on how I feel, usually just 1 neutral shade + eyeliner), clean up excess sparkles, moisturizer, concealer, bb cream then powder. This is my routine lately, but this can all change depending on the season (summer = way less makeup) or the occasion (full-on foundation, multiple shades of eyeshadow, brow powder etc).

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Nowadays I do my eyes last, since my eyes have been watering uncontrollably in the morning especially (you know, when you actually put your make-up on). I find that giving it a few minutes after I get up helps a little. I still put my lip color last, though, since I do suffer from bleeding and feathering a lot.

Brows, eyeshadow, concealer, foundation,brozner, mascara (falsies if I’m feeling fancy), blush, lips

Foundation, blush, powder, brows, eyes, lipstick. when i am using loose eyeshadow or bold eyeshadow colours i usually start with the eyes and then foundation etc.

Simple: Tinted sunblock or moisturizer, light concealer, eyeliner, blush, lips, maybe contour. If a hot place, I’ll also dust with setting powder.

The flawless evening look: moisturizer, eye primer, shadow, brows, liner, under eye concealer,face primer, mascara or lashes, two foundations, blemish concealer, cream blush, powder blush, setting powder, Fix+, highlighter, lips

My answer is similar to Christine’s. If I’m short on time or just feeling lazy I’ll mix my foundation with my moisturizer, then eyeshadow, eyeliner, mascara, concealer, sometimes powder, then lipstick. If I decide on a more complicated look I’ll do eyeshadow, eyeliner, mascara, concealer, primer, foundation, brows, highlighter, blush, finishing powder, then lips.

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Primer-> foundation-> loose powder-> lip balm-> blush-> setting/blot powder-> eyeshadow-> eyeliner-> clear mascara-> brow gel-> lipstick. 🙂

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My routines can be eccentric! But with complex looks I work on my eye makeup first, move on to foundation, concealer, then setting powder.

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ALWAYS in the same order.

Moisturizer
Eyeshadow primer
Eyeshadow base
Eyeshadow on upper lid
Eyeliner upper lashline
Curl lashes
(Clean up under eyes)
Under eye concealer
Under eye setting powder
Eyeshadow on lower lashline
Mascara
Face primer (MoM)
Foundation
Brow powder
(Contour)
Blush
(Highlighter)
(Concealer on blemishes)
Setting powder
Lipstick/gloss/balm

Most of the time it’s foundation, brows, eyeshadow, eyeliner, blush, highlighter, bronzer/contour, setting powder, and then lips! I could skip steps but the order remains the same. When I know I’m dealing with something that could produce fallout, I do eyeshadows first. I don’t really like it though. Feels like I have to tread really carefully in my undereye area, and if the foundation takes longer to set, other powder products I put on could end up with a weird texture!

I always sraet with a foundation. I tried changing my routine by starting with eyeshadows but I felt lost and felt that I didn’t do a good job on my eyes because of that.

I have no set routine other than I always do my base first and lips last regardless. Sometimes I’ll do my eyebrows second, especially if I am doing a really simple look and other times I will do my cheeks or even eyeshadow second.

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