Night Out Makeup: The Summer Edition (Mostly Natural/Non-Toxic)

What’s better than a Sunday makeup video? Mon favorite. Hope you guys are enjoying summertime, and here’s how I’ve been doing my makeup on nights out – extra sparkle placed judiciously is just so fun for the warmer months. Let me know your thoughts!

Products Used
Pacifica Rose Gold Primer Serum
Suntegrity 5 in 1 Natural Moisturizing Tinted Sunscreen (Light)
Becca Under Eye Brightner (Sample)
Studio 78 Off We Go Concealer in At Dawn
W3LL People Narcissist Foundation Stick in #3
Alima Pure Bronzer in Mauna Loa
Tarte Exposed Blush Hourglass Ambient Lighting Trio Palette (Dim Light and Radiant Light)
Kjaer Weis Radiant Highlighter
The All Natural Face Vegan Brow Wax
Tarte Amazonian Clay Volumizing Brow Powder in Medium Brown
bareMinerals Primer Time eyelid primer
Lorac Pro Palette shadows
Zuzu Luxe Liquid Eye Liner in Raven
By Terry Ombre Blackstar in Misty Rock
Tarte SkinnySmolder Eyes Pencil in Onyx
Lily Lolo Mascara in Black
bareMinerals Flawless Definition Mascara in Black
Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat in Pillow Talk
Bite Beauty Lipstick in Lingonberry

Francis Inferno Orchestra – Astral Breeze (Original Mix)

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