But another fun fact about me is I'm lazy! I am not the girl who is going to wake up an hour earlier to put her "face" on, never have and never will. I want to spend about 10 minutes max on my makeup and I don't want to look too made up. At this point in my life I enjoy my face and want to look like me so it needs to look natural but a little enhanced like the flower or star crown snapchat filter. LOL!
If you're like me and don't want to spend too much time putting on your makeup but still want a few a basics -- check out my lazy girl beauty must-haves:
Nars Tinted Moisturizer: What can I say? This is a God send, it provides smooth coverage along with protecting your skin against the elements with a SPF 30. It's also really light so if you have oily skin like me it doesn't feel too heavy or like its going to melt off.
Mac Concealer: This is super simple for quick fixes, I love applying this to small blemishes, acne scarring or dark circles.
Nars The Multiple: I LOVE this! It's super easy to use and you can use it for everything from blush, lipstick and/or eyeshadow. I have it in South Beach and against my skin tone it gives me a bronzy glow so I tend to use it as a highlighter.
Bobbi Brown Rouge Pot: This is another multi-use must-have. I recently got this and have no regrets, you can apply it to both your cheeks and lips for a rosy look.
Nars Dual Intensity Blushes: These are great for when you're on-the-go.
You could stop here and have a natural look but take that extra couple minutes and finish off the looks with these favorites.
CoverGirl So Lashy Mascara: It gives your lashes that extra curl and volume. If you want to take it a little further try Maybelline's Master Kajal eyeliner.
Dolce & Gabbana Eyeshadows: I love the Perfect Mono in Pure Bronze its great to use along with my Nars multiple for a warm glow. I also love Cocoa eyeshadow all four shades are perfect to take from day to night.
Do you have any easy makeup tricks? Let me know in the comments below I would love to hear about them.
*Portraits by Jac'leen Smith.