Typical January ‘Face of The Day’:
We’re still (struggling) through summer in Australia, so my face continues to be quite light and therefore there isn’t much of a change between last month and this month. However, for the first time in 5+ months I am favouring a different blush. The Innoxa blush is so lovely - the salmon-y shade really compliments my skin now that I have a bit of a tan and gives it a healthy tint that is less pink than my usual. Also, I found myself reaching for a pencil eyeliner instead of my trusty liquid eyeliner. I think a dark gray pencil gave me a softer look, while still lining my eyes.
Here is what I used:
Natio Pure Mineral Face Primer
Natio Invisible Blend Foundation (Light Medium)
Natio Natural Cover Concealer (Skin Tone 1) [for under eyes]
Innoxa Velvet Blush Powder (Using the left/Rose)
Face of Australia Illuminator (Angel Mist)
Eye of Horus Mascara
Face of Australia Eye Definer (Charcoal)
Australis Brow Pencil (Dark Brown)
Australis Finishing Powder

Typical January ‘Face of The Day’:

We’re still (struggling) through summer in Australia, so my face continues to be quite light and therefore there isn’t much of a change between last month and this month. However, for the first time in 5+ months I am favouring a different blush. The Innoxa blush is so lovely - the salmon-y shade really compliments my skin now that I have a bit of a tan and gives it a healthy tint that is less pink than my usual. Also, I found myself reaching for a pencil eyeliner instead of my trusty liquid eyeliner. I think a dark gray pencil gave me a softer look, while still lining my eyes.

Here is what I used:

Natio Pure Mineral Face Primer

Natio Invisible Blend Foundation (Light Medium)

Natio Natural Cover Concealer (Skin Tone 1) [for under eyes]

Innoxa Velvet Blush Powder (Using the left/Rose)

Face of Australia Illuminator (Angel Mist)

Eye of Horus Mascara

Face of Australia Eye Definer (Charcoal)

Australis Brow Pencil (Dark Brown)

Australis Finishing Powder

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