Hey doll hey. Sorry for the late start my day has been a series of misadventures. I didn’t sleep well last night, spilled coffee all over my bedroom floor, my hair wont cooperate, my makeup wont cooperate, I couldn’t get good pictures for today’s post, and I’m just in an all around bad mood. Ever have one of those days where everything that could go wrong does?? Yup that’s today. Today I have a full face of Physicians Formula makeup to try out. As a side note there was 1 product of this purchase that I did not use and I’ll explain more in my full face review in the next post. I will not have a final thoughts section in this post so that I can dedicate a post to the full on review…. well let’s jump into it.
Base: I used the Physicians Formula Softlight Blurring Primer ($14.95 on their website). My foundation today is the Physicians Formula The Healthy Foundation ($15.99 on their website) in the color LN4 Light Neutral. I concealed my under eyes using the Physicians Formula Conceal RX ($10.49 on their website) in the color Natural Light. I set my under eyes using RCMA No Color Powder ($15 on the Beautylish website). I set the rest of my face using the Physicians Formula Natural Defense Setting the Tone Finishing Powder ($14.99 on their website) in the color medium. This color was way too dark for me so I ended up having to bake my jaw line, center of my forehead, and my nose. I warmed up the face using the Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer ($14.95 on their website) in the color Bronzer.
Eyes: I primed my lids using Tarte Shape Tape ($27 at Ulta) in the color Light-Medium Honey. Today I am using the Physicians Formula Butter Eyeshadow Palette ($17.99 on their website) in the color way Tropical Days. I set my Shape Tape using the color Barefoot in Brazil (medium cream matte). As my first transition shade I used the color Coastal Chic (a dusty light coral matte). For my second transition shade I chose the color Sand Dunes (a medium yellow toned brown matte). I used the color Heat Wave (a deep terra cotta orange matte) on the outer 1/2 of my mobile lid and into the out v. I deepened the outer v and out 1/3 of my mobile lid using the color Coco Loco (a deep true brown matte). On the inner 1/3 of the mobile lid I used the color Ready for Rio (a rose gold shimmer). I took more of Heat Wave to my lower lash line and created a drop shadow buffing a bit of Coastal Chic to blend the drop shadow out. I highlighted the inner corners with Hikari Cream Pigment ($15 on their website) in the color Honey Dew (a pale pink shimmer). I did my eye brows using the Benefit Precisley My Brow Pencil ($24 at Ulta) in the color 4.5 and set the brows using NYX Tinted Brow Mascara ($7.50 at Ulta) in the color Espresso. I carved out my brow line using BH Studio Pro Brow Highlighter ($5 on their website) on the matte side and set that down using the color White Sands (a cream toned white matte). I lined my waterlines using the Revolution Pro Supreme Pigment Gel Eyeliner ($5 on their website) in the color Nude. For mascara I am using the Physicians Formula Eye Booster Lash Contortionist Mascara ($11.49 on their website) in the color Ultra Black.
Cheeks and Lips: For my blush today I used the Physicians Formula Butter Blush ($12.95 on their website) in the color Beachy Peach (a peach with coral shift satin). I highlighted the tops of my cheek bones, center of my forehead, nose, and Cupid’s Bow using the Physicians Formula Butter Highlighter ($11.49 on their website) in the color Champagne (a medium toned gold).I lined my lips using Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat ($22 on the Beautylish Website) in the color Pillow Talk and then filled in my lips using the Physicians Formula The Healthy Lip Velvet Liquid Lipstick ($8.49 on their website) in the color All Natural Nude (a mid-toned true nude) and then topped the center of the lips off with the Physicians Formula Murmuru Butter Lip Cream ($8.49 on their website) in the color Guava Mama (a coral peach).
I then set my face using the Milani Make It Last 16-HR wear Setting Spray ($9.99 on their website).
Well that’s all for this post dolls… stay tuned for my full face review of the products I used from Physicians Formula. Remember save a spoon for a bit of lipstick.