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I wanted to do a video on this for soooo long and I finally got around to film it!😊 This flight attendant makeup tutorial is how I do my makeup on a daily basis when I’m working. Some might think it’s too much or even too little. But hey, this works for me and please you do you!😉
Usually I’m working long days so flight attendants need products that have a great staying power. I talked about this in my previous post here where I showed you my daily brow routine. I personally do not to use any eyeshadows on my eyes when working. Mainly because because it’s an extra step which takes extra time and I like to be quick 😉
I need my foundation to be a sheer medium coverage but definitely long lasting. I’ve tested many foundations while working, but the Milani Conceal & Perfect foundation works the best for me. At the end of the day it hasn’t faded completely, the shade matches my skintone perfectly and it’s cheap!
When it comes to lipstick I’d like to use a liquid lipstick. Finding the perfect one has also been quite the challenge. I have a few brand favourites I’ll show in another post. In this look I’m using the Meet Matte Hughes by The Balm in Romantic.
Blush is my musthave to get that healthy apple cheeks kinda look. It brings back the color in my face after applying foundation. This Master Blush palette from Maybelline is really pigmented and affordable too. Combined with the Insta Fix & Matte to powder my entire face to keep my makeup in place.
All products used:
Maybelline MasterBlush palette here
Rimmel Insta Fix & Matte here
Maybelline Master Precise eyeliner here
Maybelline Sensational mascara here
Milani Conceal & Perfect foundation #6 here
The Balm Meet Matte Hughes in Romantic here
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer in Granite here
Kiko Gold in Progress highlighter (this was a limited edition)
What do you think of my flight attendant makeup routine? Let me know!