Primer/Makeup base- This isn't a necessity, but I would recommend using it as it is applied to your face first, and helps to give an even makeup coverage and help it stay in place throughout the day.
|L'Oreal Studio Secrets Base|
concealer- This is a good product to have as it can be used to hide any blemishes. concealer can also be used to hide under-eye circles, which can help you appear more awake.
|Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer|
Foundation- some people don't really need to apply foundation as they get enough coverage from concealer. however, if your skintone still looks uneven/ patchy after you've applied concealer, then apply some foundation to your nose and the middle of your face and blend outwards. Also, like I mentioned in my video on my previous post, it is important you find the right shade of foundation, so don't be afraid to try the testers for foundation on your jawline or ask a shop assistant for help.
|Maybelline Dream Satin Liquid Foundation|
|MUA Loose Powder|
Mascara- Mascara is a product I recommend using as it can help you look more awake, and I think it completes your look and can help your makeup appear more 'finished'. It's ideal as it isn't overdramatic, so can be used in everyday looks.
|Max Factor False Lash Effect Mascara|
Eyeliner- I would buy an eyeliner if you want your makeup to look slightly more dramatic or bold. An eyeliner pencil would be a good place to start, as they are easy to apply and you can achieve a variety of looks depending on how you apply it.
|Rimmel Soft Kohl Pencil|
Sheer lipgloss- this is optional, but I think using a sheer lipgloss is a good idea as you can add a hint of colour to your lips without making them too bold.
|Bourjois 3D Effect Lipgloss|
Okay, so these are the products that I would recommend to anyone who is new to makeup, and is looking for products which will help them create an everyday look suitable for lots of different occasions. Feel free to leave any comments :)