Get Ready With Me — Everyday Products For Girls Who Suck at Makeup

As much as I love getting ready for a fun day or night out, I am no makeup expert… like at all. If you look at my Tik-Tok saved videos and YouTube subscriptions, they consists of easy makeup tutorials, tips, and tricks that I try my best to follow. Read below to see some of my personal favorite makeup products that I have been obsessed with recently, and coming from a girl who does the bare minimum when it comes to putting on makeup, you should probably open your wallets, grab your keys, and head to Ulta.

BUT to start… my favorite YouTube channel…

Face Wash


elta MD Tinted Moisturizer with SPF

How to use:

Get a dime-sized droplet and rub in on your face, neck, and ears. It is so important to rub moisturizer, especially tinted moisturizer, down to your neck.

Facial Serum

Vitamin Sea Dead Sea Minerals & Vitamin C Toning Skin Serum

How to use:

Put a few droplets on skin before moisturizing (I usually do a drop on my forehead and one on each of my cheeks… a little goes a long way). Moisturize after toning serum is rubbed in.


Clinique “Even Better” Foundation


Avoid putting foundation under your eyes to prevent creasing over time.


Tarte Shape Tape Concealer — Shade “Fair-Light-Neutral”


Put concealer under your eyes in an upward, cat-eye motion to “lift” your face.


Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder


Only put setting powder in places where you have applied heavier amounts of concealer. I like to have a more dewy complexion, so I usually just put setting powder under my eyes and throughout my T-zone.


Tarte Shape Tape Concelear — Shade “Deep Honey” (used as liquid bronzer)

How to use:

I use this dark shade of the Shape Tape concealer to act as a liquid contour/bronzer. I have found that using a liquid bronzer allows for more definition on your face than a powder bronzer. Blend with a beauty blender.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Powder Bronzer

How to use:

Apply powder bronzer onto spots where you applied liquid bronzer to help set the liquid.


Glossier “Cloud Paint Blush” — Shade “Spark” and “Puff”
Milani Baked Powder Blush

How to use:

First I apply liquid blush and then go over with a little powder blush to act as a setting powder, much like the idea of the bronzer. I always apply my blush on my cheekbones instead of the apples of my cheeks because it allows for a more lifted face look. I also like using blush with a little bit of sparkle to act as extra highlighter.


Glossier “Boy Brow”

How to use:

I have long, dark, and thick eyebrows, so I prefer to have a fluffy brow look which is why I use the Boy Brow instead of an eyebrow pencil. My eyebrows don’t need any shaping, if anything, they need a little more fluff and darkness. I used to hate the idea of filling in my eyebrows, mostly because I could never get it right. This product changed the fate of my eyebrows, and now I can’t do my makeup routine without applying this product.


Telescopic Mascara
Too Faced “Better Than Sex” Mascara
Glossier “Lash Stick” Mascara

How to use:

This may seem a little extra and crazy, but I use three different types of mascara because they all make my eyelashes look different. Telescopic adds length to your lashes, while Better Than Sex adds darkness and thickness. I start with Telescopic, let the first coat almost dry, and then go over with Better Than Sex. I use the Glossier lash stick on my bottom lashes.


Tartelette “In Bloom” Palette
Too Faced “Natural Eyes” Palette
Morphe “35O Supernatural Glow Artistry Palette”
Naked Urban Decay “Smoky”

How to use:

Remember — dark in the creases and light on the lids. Add a little light sparkle in the corners of your eyes to brighten the look.


Cali Contour Blush, Highlighter, & Bronzer Face Palette


Quickliner For Lips Intense
Maracuja Juicy Lip
Maneater Plumping Gloss

Setting Spray

Shape Tape™ Stay Spray Vegan Setting Spray
Morphe Continuous Setting Mist

How to use:

Apply after putting all liquids on your face (bronzer, blush, etc). Then apply powder products, and set again at the end.


Too Faced “Natural Eyes” Palette — Shade “Chocolate Martini”
Angled Liner Brush

How to use:

I prefer to use a dark shade of eyeshadow as eyeliner instead of a pencil or a pen. I like a more smudged, natural look instead of something so static. Plus, using eyeshadow leaves more room for error because it is easy to correct and wipe off. Perfect for me because I make lots of errors!

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