For me school starts soon and I'm not so keen to get back into it. The holidays have been amazing but gone so fast, I wish I could extend them! When does school start for you? I'm going in to Grade 11 (second last year of school) and I'm a bit scared... any advice? Anyways, my school doesn't allow makeup but for the schools that do, here is a super simple, quick makeup routine. This also could be called a 'No-Makeup Makeup Routine' because it's that simple! Hope you enjoy!

Here are the products I used:
  • Ecotools Brushes: Blush, Flat Foundation, Concealer, Custom Coverage Buffing, Brow Brush.
  • Garnier BB Cream
  • Rimmel Stay Matte Powder
  • Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer
  • Covergirl Clump Crusher Mascara
  • Maybelline Pencil Eye liner

So first of all I'd start off with washing my face using my Proactiv three step cleanse, tone and moisturise. I then put on my Garnier BB Cream as this is super light and doesn't feel to cakey on your skin. I applied this using my Ecotools Flat Foundation Brush.

I then applied my Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer in the shade Ivory. I applied this under my eyes, on any blemishes and also on my eyelids as a primer. Even though I am not using eyeshadow in this routine, priming your eye lids helps to brighten up your eyes. I used my Ecotools Concealer Brush to apply this. 

I then brushed through my brows using my Ecotools Brow Brush and didn't do anything else as I didn't want to do anything to heavy on my brows. 

I then lined my top lash line, as this gives the illusion of naturally longer and fuller lashes. This is quite hard and causes my eyes to water quite a bit but it's definitely worth it! I lined using my Maybellline Pencil Liner

I then did a coat of my Cover Girl Clump Crusher mascara as this is my most natural looking mascara.

I gave my lips a coat of a moisturising lip balm to ensure they didn't dry out. 

And that is my back to school makeup look! It's extremely natural just because at my school you aren't really allowed to wear a ton of makeup. 

Hope you enjoyed 
- Britt

1 comment

  1. pretty! In my opinion, if you have any plans to go to college in the future, your 11th year is the best time to focus on grades. That way you don't have to stress yourself out too much your senior year and can relax a bit!


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