Hello my loves and how are you today? I hope you had a lovely weekend and I for one was very grateful for no school run this morning!!Today I will be showing you a makeup
Hello my loves and how are you today? I hope you had a lovely weekend and I for one was very grateful for no school run this morning!!
Today I will be showing you a makeup technique I have stumbled upon. You may not have been aware of it but it is making waves again right now. It’s called baking makeup and I am going to show you how it’s done.
Start with a clean and moisturised face. Then go into the skin with a primer and leave for a minute. I then apply any green concealer where I might need it. I am using Barry M primer and for the green, just a palette concealer that I am not sure of the brand. Then dampen your makeup sponge lightly and apply your foundation as normal. I am currently using one of the teardrop makeup sponge, I ordered off ebay.
Let’s Start Baking Makeup
Now it’s time to bake!! Apply one layer of pretty thick concealer and I have gone for the MUA Hide and Conceal concealer. Apply a decent sized triangle under your eye and blend out with a slightly dampened sponge again. Next, apply another layer of concealer and I have used Barry M light-reflecting concealer. It’s more of a liquid and applies better on top of the MUA concealer.
Now, this second application is more of an option and isn’t required for the ‘baking’ to work but with 2 little boys and the eyes bags to match……I use two layers hahaha!!!
Now apply a first layer of powder on top of the concealer with a brush and make sure you cover all the concealer. Next you will need either your sponge damp again or better yet damp with a fixing spray and I am using the MUA fixing spray (yes I am obsessed with MUA I really am lol). LOAD the sponge with powder and really apply it!! I mean REALLY apply it.
Now you need to wait 10 minutes or so for it to ‘bake’ and I use this time to finish off my look. Then once your 10 minutes are up just dust the powder off lightly. I tend to stay in my pj’s whilst doing this as I don’t want my clothes covered in powder. It can be a little messy.
After you’ve brushed it off finish applying any blush, contour, bronzer etc, finish the powder on the rest of your face and you’re done.
I hope you enjoyed this blog today and I hope this amazing technique can help you lovelies at home. If you want more beauty post like this then you can click this link here for more. You can also follow me on my social media for more beauty inspo.
Lots of Love
5 thoughts on “Baked – How to Bake Makeup”
Definitely trying this!!
Do hun it really is a great technique!!