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Hi Dolls and Gents,

So, I posting this post late because I have been in a uncreative bubble lately. I don't know what to write next and I have my first retail job and it has been draining all my energy. However, school is coming back and I have also been doing some final steps for my program that I start in September. Anyways, it just been a crazy last few weeks and I thought I would share my full face glam routine. This is consistently changing with products. I watched Christen Dominique's video and was inspired to share my full face glam.

So, in today's post, I will be sharing you my products I used to create full glam face for a event or party, kinda my go to look, but not really. I didn't include eye makeup and lips because those always change with the outfit I am wearing. I will be doing some back to school posts, maybe including some outfits, I don't know yet.

So, let’s get started. I will be going in order in how I apply makeup to achieve a full glam look.
ABH Dipbrow Pomade in Ebony
Eyebrows | As you many of know, my favourite eyebrow product is the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade. I have been in love with this product for almost two years and I use this everyday but when I am going for a full glam makeup , I want my eyebrows to be on fleek.
MUFE Mattfying and Smoothing | BECCA Ever Matte Primer

| When I going for a full glam , I use like three to four different primers, no joke. I used MUFE Smoothing Primer, first to fill in pores to make sure that these large pores that I was blessed with are nicely filled. I, then go in with the MUFE Mattifying Primer in my t-zone to help control oil, because I have a super oily t-zone. I finally go in with the BECCA Ever Matte Primer on my nose because God knows that my nose is super oily and with break through anything.
L.A. Girl Pro Conceal - Orange Corrector 
Colour Corrector| Colour Correcting is same thing that I do not do on a everyday basis anymore. In the morning, I am really lazy, but when I have a place to go, I take the extra time to correct all the hyper pigmentation and acne scars. I used the L.A. Girl Pro Conceal in Orange Corrector.
MAC Studio Fix Fluid | Maybelline SuperStay Foundation 
Foundation | I usually mix foundation or I used any foundation that will wear for more than 7 hours. I find that if I have a sample of the Tarte Amazonian Clay Foundation or BECCA Ever Matte Foundation or BECCA Ultimate Complexion Creme, I tend to gravity toward those. But, if I have no sample then I am going to use my Maybelline SuperStay and MAC Studio Fix Fluid. I usually mix these two, because the Maybelline is a little darker and the MAC is a little light.

L.A.Girl Pro Concealer
Concealer | I mixed two of my holy grail drugstore concealer, which are if you didn't know my now are L.A. Girl Pro Conceal. I mix Toast and Medium Beige to highlight my face. Do not worry, it do add to much of the Medium Beige. It is equal parts of the both colour and it add brightness to my face without being overpowering.
Laura Mericer Translucent Setting Powder
Under Eye Powder | To set under my eyes, I been using the Laura Mericer Translucent Powder and I have been loving it. I am actually almost out of it, I am going to have to invest in the larger size. But, I love using this powder to set under my eyes and and other highlighted places, like more forehead, bridge of nose, chin and use a bit under my contour.

Ruby Kisses Mineral Powder in Cognac

Face Powder | When I am going for a full glam look, I add more coverage with powder just to make sure my face look flawless. I know, that is a lot of products, but I find my makeup last a bit better. I use the Ruby Kisses Mineral Powder in Cognac to set the entire face and add a bit more coverage.

I hope you guys enjoyed this short post on my full glam face routine. I thought I would be interesting to share because are always curious to know. Comment down below and share some products that you use to get your full face routine.

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  1. That Laura Mercier powder is my holy grail powder! I can't do my makeup without it.