Wednesday, October 26, 2011

If all my makeup disappeared - the look!

Here are the pictures from my If all my makeup disappeared - the look! video :)

One of my subscribers asked me to create a look using only the 10 products I mentioned in my last video, and I thought it was a brilliant idea, so I decided to do it straight away! 

I've never created a look using only those products before, so I didn't really know where I was going with it when I filmed the video, but I think it turned out quite nice. Do you like the look?

Products used:
1. Revlon ColorStay foundation in 110 Ivory
2. MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NC15
3. MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in Light
4. Urban Decay Primer Potion
5. MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Semi Precious Crystal Pink (as eyeshadow, blush & highlighter)
6. MAC Omega eyeshadow (for my brows)
7. Covergirl LashBlast Volume mascara
8. Covergirl Perfect Point Plus eyeliner pencil in Black Onyx
9. NYX lipliner pencil in Pale Pink
10. MAC Tinted Lip Conditioner in Petting Pink


  1. Hi, Sandra!! Needless to say I love your videos and hope to hear from you soon!!
    Need your help: I bougth MAC SelectMoisturecover concealer and think it doesn't cover as I expected it to. Now, I intend to buy either StudioFinish or StudioSculpt. So my question is: which one do you prefer and why?
    Thank you so much for your attention!!

  2. Hi!
    I know what you mean. I think the Select Moisturecover is a good under eye concealer, but you can't really cover blemishes with it... I would definitely go for the Studio Finish. I have both, but I pretty much prefer everything about the Studio Finish. The color of it is a better match for my skin, the finish of it is nicer, and I prefer the consistency too, but I can't quite put my finger on why ;)

    I have both of them in NC15, and the Studio Finish is a lot lighter than the Studio Sculpt, even though they are supposed to be the same shade. I would only ever choose the Studio Sculpt if I was having my picture taken (the Studio Finish have a lot of light reflecting particles in it, so it can give you a little bit of a white cast in photos - I personally don't notice the white cast though, but that might be because I'm so pale anyway lol!)

    I think what it comes down to is personal preference though. Some people prefer the Studio Sculpt... I would probably like it more if it wasn't for the fact that the lightest shade is too dark for me :)

    Hope you find one that works for you! xoxo