Andalee’s Makeup Vlogging Challenge: Day 2

written by Andalee on August 16, 2016 in Beauty with no comments

Welcome back to my makeup vlogging challenge for day 2. Check out day 1 here. You can also check out my inspiration from Davina here.

Day two is what I call my “Day to Night” look. I know a lot of people would consider this their day look, because it is still a bit understated, but for me, I feel like I have a lot of makeup on! This is my look for when I have any kind of important meeting or date.

Anyway, I hope the production quality is a little better today. I picked up a new battery for my mic when I was out getting my passport photos taken, so hopefully tomorrow will be even better!

Today’s products are:

NYX Cosmetics Slim Eye Pencil (shade 931 Black Brown): Get it at NYX Cosmetics | Get it at Amazon*

Makeup Revolution Redemption Eyeshadow Palette Iconic 1: Get it at Ulta | Get it at Amazon*

Physicians Formula Powder Palette Blush (Blushing Peach): Get it at Ulta | Get it at Physicians Formula | Get it at Amazon*

L’Oreal True Match Super Blendable Powder (W2 Light Ivory):  Get it at Ulta | Get it at Amazon*

Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick Shine (830 Rich Girl Red): Get it at Ulta | Get it at Amazon*

(Here is the Physicians Formula Baked Collection Eyeshadow that I mentioned in Baked Oatmeal and Baked Sands: Get it at Physicians Formula | Get it at Amazon*)

So check out the video and leave a comment below or feel free to ask me questions. I am currently looking for a great full coverage matte powder and some nice lip liners. And how the heck do you say NYX? Is it nix or N.Y.X.? Let me know!

*Although some of these link to affiliate links where I may receive a small commission, you are under no obligation to shop using those links. If you don’t want to, just enter in the search terms in your internet browser. No hard feelings!

About Andalee

Andalee is the founder of Belly Dance at Any Size. She is an Oriental dancer and instructor from Durham, NC, now based in Montpellier, France. She has been dancing since 2005 and teaching since 2008. Her mission is to promote Oriental Dance (a.k.a. belly dance) as a respected and valid performance art.