Spring make up look

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Throughout this month i've been wearing the same make up look most days and im really liking it at the moment so i thought i'd share with you the products i've been using to create the look.
On my face:
For my foundation i've been using Bourjois healthy mix in light vanilla, this foundation is great for people with dry skin like me i find it so lightweight even though its medium coverage. I apply this using my real techniques face brush and just buff it into my skin. 

For my concealer i've been using the Collection lasting perfection concealer in fair, this is an amazing concealer one i always repurchase, it gives me great coverage under my eyes and when i breakout. I use the Zoeva concealer brush to apply this and they work great together. 

For my blush ive been using the Avon ideal luminous blush in peach, i love the colour pay off from this its very buildable and it also gives a nice subtle glow perfect for Spring. I use my real techniques blush brush to apply this to the apples of my cheeks.

For my powder i've been using the Collection sheer loose powder in translucent, it helps to set my make up in place and makes my skin look flawless. I use my real techniques setting brush to apply this but before i apply it i make sure i get rid of any excess powder on the brush otherwise it will look cakey and cling to my dry skin.

On my eyes: 
For my eyebrows ive been using the Loreal Paris brow artist genius kit in medium to dark. This lasts all day!! Yeah you heard right all day. Its sooo good. It has great colour pay off and i love the fact you get a mini set of tweezers and mini brow brush (soooo cute).
I use my real techniques brow brush to apply this. 

For my eyeshadow base i've been using the Avon eyeshadow primer in light beige, this makes all the difference for me, if i don't use this my eyeshadow will be all over the place and i also have very dark eyelids so this helps to brighten them up. I apply this using my fingers.

For my eyeshadow i've been using the Naked 2 palette, for my inner lid i've been using suspect, followed by snakebite on my upper lid. I use my real techniques base shadow brush to apply these two colours, then on my crease i apply tease and ydk and buff in using my real techniques deluxe crease brush. I then use blackout on the outer corners of my eyes and apply using one end of the naked 2 brush. After that i buff it in with my deluxe crease brush again. Finally with a cleaned base shadow brush i use foxy to help blend my shadow out and then apply bootycall on the inside corners of my eyes. 

For my eyeliner i've been using the Loreal Paris super liner black 'n' sculpt in black. I find felt tip liners so much easier to use and this one is amazing. I apply a thin line across my upper lash line.

For my mascara i've been using the Maybelline push up drama mascara in black, i always buy Maybelline mascaras i don't know what it is but i don't like the formulas of other mascara, im always trying out Maybelline's newest mascara and this is why i bought this, okay it doesn't do exactly what it says but what product does? But it is a good mascara non the less.

On my lips:
For my lipliner ive been using the Rimmel 1000 kisses lipliner in rose quartz, i don't think this shade is sold any more, its a pinky, peachy nude colour, a really lovely shade. I apply this just around the outline of my lips. I never usually apply lipliner but after using this im definitely going to make  more of an effort to do so as it makes such a difference, my lips look so much fuller.

For my lipstick i've been using the Avon ultra colour lipstick in pout. I love the sheen of this lipstick and how it makes your lips feel nourished. Its a super wearable shade and is perfect for this time of year. I love wearing this and the Rimmel lipliner together they go so well with each other.

What is your go to Spring make up look? I'd love to know what lip products you use. Let me know in the comments because i might just have to try them out.