Which is the Best Beauty Routine?

Ever wondered what order you should apply your make-up in? Poppy Couling and Chloe House take it in turns to tell us what products they use and why their way is the right way.

Poppy Couling
19th February 2018
Image Credit: @realtechniques (Instagram)

Poppy’s Beauty Routine

After my morning shower my skin is always dry, so I cleanse with my Malin + Goetz Facial Cleansing Oil (£30) and then reseal my pores with the Malin + Goetz Vitamin E Moisturiser (£39). Particularly during the winter, I find my skin appears increasingly dehydrated and dull, and previously I had always worn BareMinerals Complexion Rescue Tinted Hydrating Gel Cream in Ginger 06 (£28). However, the cream did not sit well on top of my moisturiser, and I found it became congealed around areas of breakouts.

For the last two weeks, I have used the Bobbi Brown SPF 25 Tinted Moisturizing Balm (£40) which provides a really natural glow and medium coverage. After applying this with my clean fingertips, I simply buff my Soleil Tan de Chanel (£36) onto my cheek bones, nose and forehead with Petit Pinceau Kabuki brush (£40), and have been thrilled with the sheer and velvet finish it gives my skin.

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Glossier’s Boy Brow (£14) in Blonde shapes my brows and adds a natural looking tint, and a smudge of Glossier’s Cloud Paint (£15) in Beam injects a subtle colour to my cheeks, and glides on top of my tinted moisturiser beautifully.

Finally, I apply my new Mac Lip Scrubtious (£12.50) in Summer Berry to smooth and hydrate my lips, while tinting them with a natural cherry hue, and curl my lashes with my Shu Uemura Eye lash Curler (£15). A lick of my Charlotte Tilbury Legendary Lashes mascara (£25) and a smear of my Kevyn Aucoin Exotique Diamond Eye Gloss (£31) on my lids, and I’ve achieved my natural, dewy look!

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Chloe’s Beauty Routine

I’ll always prep my skin before putting on makeup. I use the Eucerin Hyaluron Filler Light Day Cream (£26) and once it has gone less tacky, I prime my face with my Laura Mercier Foundation Primer (£30). Whilst I wait for the primer to dry, I go and wet my Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge (£5.99) which I use to put on my Laura Mercier Silk Creme Oil Free Photo Edition Foundation (£35). Depending on if I have tanned or not I will mix this with a lighter or darker foundation to match my skin, or just use the foundation alone.

I then use Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer (£24) to highlight under my eyes, on my nose and on my forehead. I will blend that in with the beauty blender and then use my Laura Mercier Secret Concealer (£21) to cover any blemishes I may have. Then, using a big fluffy brush, I apply Laura Mercier Loose Translucent Setting Powder (£29) all over my face. After this, with my Nars Bronzing Powder (£29), I’ll contour my face a bit. I then put a tiny bit of blusher on my cheeks; I am using the Too Faced Sweetheart Blush (£24) at the moment. Then I apply my Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Highlighter (£32) on the tip of my nose and along the top of my cheekbones.

Image Credit: @lauramercieruk (Instagram)

Once my face is done, I use the Benefit Brow Zings Brow Shaping Kit (£26.50) to fill in my eyebrows and the Benefit 3D Browtones Eyebrow Enhancer (£20) to give them a bit more volume and set them. After curling my lashes I’ll put on mascara; I really like the L’Oreal False Lash Telescopic Mascara (£10.99).

After doing all this, I’ll set my face with the Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray (£24) then I’m ready to go!

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