5 minute makeup tutorial

If you have followed me for a long, long time, you know I was obsessed with watching makeup tutorials and spent a ridic amount of money at Ulta and Sephora. Within the last few years (really since I left my 9-5) I have scaled back in a big way with my makeup and what I wear on an everyday basis. 

I've said farewell to full coverage foundation and love a good tinted moisturizer, bronzer (of course), and mascara! My friend Kristen who sells R+F introduced me to the Radiant Defense tinted moisturizer and I fell in love! I was surprised actually. I love my IT Cosmetics CC cream but lately, I feel like it's been too thick for me. I use a very, very small amount but it still felt heavy on the skin and lately my skin has been breaking out so I def need light coverage. She gave me two colors to try and I've been wearing it for a week and I'm truly obsessed. 

But enough talking...let's get into the tutorial...


Radiant Defense 

I used beige for my face and shell to spot conceal and sometimes use under my eyes as concealer. This tinted moisturizer is super lightweight and thin and doesn't cling to dry patches but also doesn't get shiny throughout the day which is so impressive with a lightweight tinted moisturizer.

BONUS! It has SPF 30!  

Under Eye Concealer  

I just picked up this under eye concealer randomly because it has SPF. I'm not going to lie, this isn't the greatest, but for a quick look that you don't need to hide a lot of dark circles it works! I would recommend tarte shape tape, that stuff is the jam!!


I usually use the R+F bronzer but it's a lose powder and I didn't want it to spill on me during this quick tutorial so I used physicians formula bronze bootser  with a little milani bronzer in glow.


I am obsessed with this blush. It's the perfect everyday blush for a sun-kissed look plus it's a dupe for NARS! 


I've been loving this combo or everyday, loreal mascara primer with the loreal telescopic mascara. If I want more volume I will add the lash paradise for more thickness! I didn't do magnetic lashes but you can see my video here to learn how to apply them!

All my brush are a mix of bare minerals, real techniques or elf!

Let me know your fave tinted moisturizer, I'm always looking to try something new!