if you're tired of your makeup melting off in snowy weather, here are some tips! winter daytime makeup shouldn't be too heavy or overly "done". keep in mind that by wearing a neutral eye, you're already somewhat winter-proofing your look since it will be less evident if your makeup fades or wears off. =)
::what i used + tips::
*BeneFit Creaseless Cream Shadow in "r.s.v.p." - apply a light-coloured base. this one is a gorgeous light rosy metallic.
*MAC Paint Pot in "Bare Study" (optional) - apply a shimmery champagne base beneath lower lashline to brighten your eyes.
*Too Faced "Natural Eye" Palette - apply a shimmery pink to the inner 1/2 of lid. this colour is comparable to Stila "Kitten" e/s. pat on for better colour payoff and lasting power. bring colour under lower lashline as well.
*apply a matte taupe from same palette. this colour is comparable to MAC "Soba". accentuate outer corners, bringing the colour above the eyeball (crease). be sure to leave the pink relatively untouched.
*apply a matte dark brown to outer corner, bringing it in about halfway across lid. gently blend upwards to create a soft hazy look.
*MAC 217 Blending Brush - use a fluffy blending brush to blend out any harsh lines.
*matte dark brown - line lower lashline with same matte dark brown using a stiff brush. bring colour about halfway in.
*shimmery pink - highligh inner corners.
*matte beige - highlight browbone. this colour is comparable to MAC "Brule" or perhaps "Vanilla". blend into the brown you've already applied.
*Blinc "Kiss Me" Tubing Mascara - excellent choice to keep makeup from smudging. tubing mascaras are fully waterproof and only come off if you lightly squeeze and pull the mascara off your lashes with warm water! way more winter-proof than traditional waterproof mascaras.
*Make Up Forever "Mist & Fix" Spray - set and protect your hard work with a fixing spray so it won't get mucked up in the event of wet snowfall. =)