My daughter has always been interested in makeup. I suppose that comes from being surrounded by my stuff all the time – my office is crammed full of various makeup products, pictures, and tags from Fashion Week. She has two bins of hair products, one bin of foundations and powders, one bin of eye shadows, one bin of skin care, and so on and so forth.
But this holiday season, I’m wanting to put together a nice kit for her to have in her room. A small mirror and a bag of her own for her desk, since she doesn’t use it for anything like studying or reading (that’s all done on the couch for some reason). It was fun putting together products for her, and next I’ll be working on finding the perfect makeup bag. But for now, let’s focus on what’s inside.
I broke the products up into two categories: normal skin and problem skin. My daughter has inherited my problem skin, which means she will always have to stay on top of it so she doesn’t break out, but she will be thankful at my age when she looks younger than her age. The other category is normal skin, which doesn’t mean that it’s perfect, just that they don’t need to worry AS MUCH about non-comedogenic products.
Makeup For Beginners
Wet ‘n Wild Cover All Liquid Concealer Wand: this is a great creamy formula without being too thick like your average lipstick-style concealer bullets. The lighter formula makes it easier to blend and avoids any cake-y look.
Maybelline New York Dream Wonder Foundation: this is so light and easy to blend that any level of makeup wearer would be able to create a flawless finish.
e.l.f. Studio Translucent Mattifying Powder: this light powder will set makeup as well as create a matte […]