FOTD: Radiant Neutral

I wanted to show you guys how I use the Hourglass Ambient Light Powders. Please keep in  mind that these are ‘finishing’ powders. They are not meant to blot, control oil, or set foundations. they are the last thing that you ‘dust’ over the high (or low) points of your face after you’ve finished your makeup.

FACE
NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer (Malaga)
NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer (Ginger)
NARS Multiple in Puerto Vallarta (blush)
Hourglass Ambient Light Powder in Dim Light (center of face)
Hourglass Ambient Light Powder in Radiant Light (outer edges of the face)
EYES
MAC Pigment in Naked Dark (lids)
Bobbi Brown Gel Liner in Caviar Ink (lashline)
Guerlain Retractable Pencil in Gold #1 (waterline)
Burberry Effortless Mascara
LIPS
Chanel Lip Gloss in Insouciance
Now, the first time I took the picture… there was so much ‘radiance’ that I got massive flashback and the lens wouldn’t focus:
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8 comments

  1. eight says:

    "Radiant" is a very fitting name. Gorgeous!

  2. Gorgeous. I will try this it this way!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hi Shahada!Have you experienced any powder of mac?Studio Careblend pressed is a good powder?What's the most perfect shade for your skin in chanel perfection lumiere:64 beige ambré or 54 beige ambré?ps: Your skin really looks gorgeous! ❤

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  5. Hi! I've actually never used the Studio Careblend pressed powder so can't speak on it either way. My shade in Chanel is Beige Ambre 64.

  6. Thank you for following the blog! I really appreciate it!

  7. Heltopia says:

    Thank you for this post! I just bought these very two finishing powders and have been wondering exactly how to make them work. You've given me a great place to start. Great blog! I've been silently following for a few weeks..

  8. You're so welcome… Thank YOU for checking out the blog! I truly appreciate it. Have fun with your Hourglass powders! 🙂

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