Makeup Tutorial

A classic wearable pink makeup tutorial

A classic wearable pink makeup tutorial

Today I create a very wearable Rosy Classic Pink makeup using a mix of makeup products, some I’ve mentioned before but the Hourglass Unlocked Satin Crème lipsticks are new, they are beautifully pigmented and creamy. This look takes us into the spring and helps elevates a dry skin by using a light reflective base from MUA. Let me know what you think and I look forward to reading your comments.

Have a great weekend,

Caroline x

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Simple Booster Serum 3% Hyaluronic Acid & B5 30 Ml:
Cerave Hydrating Hyaluronic Acid Serum:
Beauty Pie Super Healthy Skin™ Nourishing Lip Balm Spf 30:
Mua Pro/base Glow Dew Liquid Illuminating Primer in Shade Spark:
Max Factor Eyefinity 24h Liquid Shadow 009 Sultry Burgundy :
Max Factor Eyefinity 24h Liquid Shadow 001 Lovely Rose :
Rèphr Brush 02:
Hourglass Unlocked Satin Crème Lipstick – Flora 330:
Hourglass Unlocked Satin Crème Lipstick – Wave 334:
Hourglass Unlocked Satin Crème Lipstick – Cypress 328:
By Terry Hyaluronic Hydra-Powder:

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The aim of Speed Beauty is to introduce you to and provide you with techniques for make up, skin & hair care products. I only show you products that I love and really believe in. Each product I use is heavily researched before deciding to make a film and I try and provide you with as much accurate information as possible. The views on Speed Beauty are my own and are based on having personally tried the products myself.

The products I use in these films are either bought by myself, are part of my professional kit or they’ve been sent to me by PR companies for review. I am not currently paid for producing the films you watch. Some of the films contain affiliate links in the description, but not all. If you are happy to click on these links to continue support Speed Beauty that would be very lovely, thank you.

You should always research whether the products I recommend are suited to you. Everyones skin is different and I offer no warranties and don’t claim to be a dermatologist. Some products are really expensive and an investment purchase so it’s always wise to test product on your skin to check for allergies or adverse reactions before you buy. Some make up & skin care brands offer you samples to take away & try. This is always a good idea before deciding on an expensive purchase.

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