GUESS WHAT? I'M A GLOSSIER REP!
A few weeks ago Glossier contacted me and asked if I'd like to become a Glossier rep and naturally I was over the moon. Glossier is one of the brands that inspired me to blog and embodies my philosophy on everyday makeup. In honor of my new rep-dom, this post centers around a full-face of Glossier Products.
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I don't know about you, but I'm always running out of time in the morning. Whether I'm lost in a YouTube video, have pressed the snooze button one too many times, or have become immobilized by the hot water of a morning shower, there's almost always something that keeps me from dedicating that perfect amount of time to getting fully dolled up.
I wear at least one Glossier makeup or skincare product on a daily basis, but when I'm stumbling to get my shit together, I turn to a full face of Glossier. They perform gloriously, apply quickly and at the moment, their full lineup requires absolutely no tools. They are the perfect makeup products to throw in your purse and apply on the go.
The photos you're seeing above were created using my favorite Glossier products with a few different lip options from Glossier (the first picture) and Milk Makeup (the last three pictures). Glossier doesn't currently make a mascara, but I do prefer to wear something on my lashes on an everyday bases. When I'm not trying to fuss around and want a natural look I use the RMS Beauty Volumizing Mascara.
Glossier Perfecting Skin Tint in Dark, $26. If you run into me in person and you think I've got no makeup on, I'm probably wearing this. It's easy to apply and undetectable on the skin. I get mostly sheer coverage out of this skin tint, but something that's exactly what I want.
Glossier Stretch Concealer in Dark and Deep, $18. Depending on where I'm applying it, I mix Dark and Deep. It's very hydrating, so I always, always set it with powder if I'm using it under the eyes.
Glossier Haloscope in Topaz, $22. It's hard to pick a favorite Glossier product, but aside from the Boy Brow, the Haloscope takes the cake. It's similar to my skin color but incredibly dewy and reflective, so it adds a very realistic glow. Pairing this with the Perfecting Skin Tint always leads to a great skin day.
RMS Beauty Volumizing Mascara, $28. My first all natural mascara, this provides me with naturaly defined lashes without all the chemicals.
Glossier Generation G in Zip, $18. This product is a handbag staple; I use it on both this lips and cheeks.
I created this look in six easy steps that do not require any brushes. I started off with my face primed and my brows done. I did set the makeup with the W3ll People Realist Invisible Setting Powder. The brows were filled in using the Glossier Boy Brow in Black and the Milk Makeup Gel Brow in Dark Brew.
Step 1. Apply Skin Tint onto the face and blend in with fingertips.
Step 2. Apply Stretch Concealer to areas that need more coverage. Set your base makeup with powder if needed.
Step 3. Apply Haloscope cream highlight on cheekbones, bridge of the nose, and cupids bow.
Step 4. Apply a few coats of mascara onto lashes. If you're going for a true no makeup look, then skip this.
Step 5. Apply a sheer layer of Generation G lip balm to the inner portion of lips and blend outward.
Step 6. Apply the same Generation G lip balm onto cheeks and blend. You can also apply some to the nose.