Extremely simple St. George's day makeup

As St. George's day is approaching, I thought I would share an extremely simple themed makeup look with you!

For my foundation I used the Max Factor healthy skin harmony foundation in the shade light ivory. On top of this I used the Collection lasting perfection concealer in the shade fair on my chin and around my nose, and under my eyes I used the Bourjois radiance reveal concealer in the shade ivory. 

To set this all in place I used the MUA loose powder which is an all time favourite. For some contour I used the Primark bronzing brick, and on top of this for blush I used the Kiko blush in the shade 02 metal fusion. As a highlight I used the new Benefit highlighting blush Gold Rush.

On my eyelids I used a couple of he neutral brown shades in the NYX wicked dreams palette just to give my lids a bit of depth. Onto the bit which makes this look a bit different - I used the NYX vivid brights red liquid eyeliner. This is something  never normally do, but it was fun to add a bit of colour to my eyes. This was a bit more pink toned than I had hoped, but I think it still worked well for the look.

Following the eyeliner, I used the Primark 'amplify-eyed' mascara, and on my brows I used the Lottie London arch rival in the shade medium. I wanted a neutral colour on my lips that wouldn't clash with the eyeliner, so I used the Rimmel stay matte lipstick in the shade mocha.

To set all of this in place I spritzed on some of the Revolution pro fix spray.

I hope you liked this very simple, semi-themed look! Let me know if you celebrate St. George's day and if you have any makeup looks inspired by it.

Until next time.