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Bronzer! I love that warmth and shape it gives to my winter-pale face, and for the same reason I’ve found mydself enjoying highlighter more as well.

Once the struggle of getting my brows even is over (first thing I do after moisturizer), it’s all uphill from there. Eyeshadow is the most creative part, so that’s the most fun. I also like doing blush.

Blush! I can put everything else on and still look tired and dull until the blush goes on. I have a multitude and am fully aware no one else can tell much difference from day to day, but I get joy from picking out which ones (yes, usually layered) I play with each day.

When it’s all done? Or at least this is how I’ve been feeling lately. Before sinking into some sort of doldrums of late, it was doing my eyeshadow and seeing the end product of my entire eye look. Now it may be the lip product du hour, as that’s the final step.

It’s eyeshadow for me, too! Having all my palettes and singles at my disposal is like having the biggest box of crayons… so many colors, so many possibilities! And then if you add in liner… boom!

I live for blush! Instantly sets the mood for whatever I’m going for that day. Bright peachy pink for a bright-eyed look, lavender for a fresh face, rosy for elegance, soft pink for a natural glow.

Eyeshadow for me, too! I love playing with the colors, and enhancing the colors in my eyes. Lips would be second, especially with all the great glosses and glittery lip products that have been coming out. So much variety, used alone or layered.

It’s either eyeshadow or bronzer/blush/highlight on the cheeks since I finally figured out how much of what to put where. I love how it all comes together at the end.

Enjoyment wise, my favorite part is actually deciding what look to wear that day.
Process wise, my favorite part is blending… either eyeshadow or cheek products.
Results wise, my favorite part is eyebrows.

But overall… my favorite part is finally applying the lipstick and seeing the whole look come together.

Lipstick as it can really brighten up my face. I have deep set hooded eyes and wear glasses so doing speciality eye makeup is honestly a waste of my time. All that work and it gets hidden away.

Since I have rosacea/natural red cheeks and nose area, I don’t need much help in that department. Lipstick however can really make my skin shine and make my face come alive.

My favourite is also the part that makes me panic most: foundation.

I recently went through a strange peeling of my face–I’ve never had it happen before. Nothing went on smooth for almost 2-weeks, it was so patchy, dry and horrible–even my eyelids!.
Even now that my skin is back to normal (thankfully!!) and shiny and plump again, I can still run into issues if I don’t follow certain steps; a new face cream pilling under my Tatcha Silk Canvas primer is an example. So then I have to change primers, which I have enough of, that I can do, but it’s still stressful.

However, when I get a lovely canvas of foundation set (I prefer a medium dewy or natural finish), I am delighted. Then I can start to “paint”!

Easy, eye makeup! If my eyes could take, I’d just do and redo my eyes for our five times! 😉

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