another episode of my make up reset series, today tackling my eye pencils and crayons and such.
if you can’t tell, my favourite brands for are Nabla, Make Up Forever, 3ina and Kiko, Essence (Longlasting), with a especial reference to Sephora Collection and KVD for that black and brown basics super similar to the Marc Jacobs Highliner formula.
for those days when I want to cover more stuff, there’s an old technique and type of product I resort to. after my latest laser treatment for my melasma, I had a couple of days when I had some social engagements and work when I felt like covering the post-treatment marks. as someone who doesn’t have all the time in the world for pin-point covering each and every mark but also doesn’t feel like slapping on a full coverage and call it a day, revisiting this technique and achieving pretty dang good (long-lasting) results in such a short amount of time spent in front of a mirror, I thought it would be nice to share how I do it in case someone out there finds it useful.
(please remember the main thing is to find a good colour match for your skin tone and a more elastic-creamy foundation, no need to run and buy everything I used!)