Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Makeup To Hide A Hangover

makeup that hides the hangover
So you went out for one drink last night which turned into five, you didn't get home till 3am and have to be up for work at 7. You've woken up with bags half way down your face and some new spots, what do you do? Makeup will be your best friend today and these products especially will make the difference. No more looking like a zombie and you can go to work looking fresh as a daisy!

Maybelline Lash Sensation - For most people eyes is the one area that suffers the most with lack of sleep so it is essential to keep them looking as awake as ever. Whenever I look rough or really tired I like to go ahead and use this mascara to give my eyes a lift. This mascara is amazing for giving you that instant thick volume without using fake lashes or numerous coats. It doesn't smudge and immediately gives your eyes a wake up call.

Benecos Trio* - When you are hungover makeup is the last thing you want to be spending time doing so you want to be using quick and easy products. This 3 in 1 blush, highlight and contour is perfect for giving your face some colour and definition within a few minutes. I especially like the shade of the blush it adds a rosy colour to your cheeks that looks really healthy. The highlighter is good too for giving your skin a nice glow, which is exactly what you want after a night out.

Makeup Forever Eye Crayons - If you are wanting to give your eyes an even bigger lift, eye crayons are definitely a winner. They are so much quicker and easier to blend than powdery eyeshadows. This one in particular is my favourite to reach out for as it adds a lovely champagne-y shimmer to your lids that is flattering and finishes your eye makeup off perfectly.

Maybelline Eraser Concealer - This concealer is amazing for covering up dark circles and allowing your skin to look a little bit more awake. I use this concealer in my everyday makeup routine because it really does help reduce the appearance of dark circles. I love the application to this, you twist the tip and product goes into the sponge application and then you dab the sponge under your eyes. It's so easy to blend out as well, doesn't crease your makeup and lasts a good few hours.

Makeup Revolution Lipstick 'Chauffeur'* - I never leave the house without applying something on my lips so a nice subtle nude is what I tend to reach out for when I can't be bothered for anything that takes time. Chauffeur is the perfect nude for every day wear, the creamy high gloss glides onto the lips so easily and allows the lips to stand out. I really like this lipstick for those days I want something on my lips but not anything too noticeable.

What makeup do you reach for when you are hungover??
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  1. I love the Maybelline concealer it gives such good coverage I use it everyday, just wish they did a lighter colour so it was more highlighting!

    Shellie Skillen

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    1. I agree and it doesn't smudge which is even better. I know I think if they did the results would be aaaaamazing

      Katie ♥

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  2. hahaah love these tips!

    Sophie-rose.co.uk
    x

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    1. Thank you lovely glad you liked them!

      Katie ♥

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  3. Hahahaha this post is so relatable!�� Maybelline eraser concealer is definitely a must in my hangover makeup!x

    rebeccaoliviacapel.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I am wearing that concealer far too much lately haha

      Katie ♥

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  4. Great post. Lovely products!!

    www.victorias-little-secret.blogspot.co.uk

    xo

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    1. Thank you lovely glad you liked the post!

      Katie ♥

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  5. Great post, will have to remember this for the next hangover. I have recently started using the Maybelline Eraser Concealer I absolutely love it. It does such a great job :)

    Nancy xx
    http://nancymays.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thanks lovely hope it goes well ;)


      Katie ♥

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