Everyday Makeup Tutorial

Since school is approaching (for us) and it’s enrollment week this week. I decided to make a tutorial on how I do my– drumrolls– everyday makeup!

The following are the products I used on the makeup tutorial I posted on Youtube. (Click here to view the video.)


After moisturizing my skin, I spread this face primer all over my face and especially on the sides of my nose where my pores are most visible.

I have few primers on my kit, but this Maybelline Pore Eraser is the one I loved the most. When my makeup is already done, I just waited for few more minutes and then when I checked my face I was surprised how flawless my skin suddenly has become. This primer deserves 10 stars!

This is the CC Cream that I used. Often, when I do Everyday makeups, I don’t use a foundation because it feels heavy on my face. Unlike when using CC Cream/ BB Cream it’s easier to manage.

I also liked this CC Cream because it actually works on correcting my uneven skin tone and when it gets absorbed by the face it will look like it’s natural.


For concealing unwanted blemishes, impurities, and uneven skin tone. I used this BYS Concealer, which is almost 2 shades lighter than my skin tone. Fyi, that’s how you choose your concealer okay? Hahaha.


The loose powder that I used is the Mary Kay Translucent Loose Powder. It may look like it’s just a usual loose powder but it actually works on preventing your face to be oily or shiny throughout the day. I don’t know how much this costs right now, but the last time I bought it, it was around Php500-800.

However, if you don’t have Php800 you can use your Johnson’s Baby Powder because that’s also a loose powder. (#ThriftMode)


This is a Nichido Blush’s Blushing Pink that I bought for only Php88, and it’s not at Daiso, but at Watsons! It has a pretty good coverage, and it’s like a magic blush that when you put it in your cheeks, it will not appear right away. You have to wait for few seconds and then it will dramatically tint your cheeks.

It also stays on your face for a long time, and it sets itself along with the whole makeup that you have. And once it sets with your foundation/cc cream it will really look like it’s a natural blush.

Since the time I bought it, it never left my purse every time I go out!


For the Eyebrows, I used this Etude Drawing Eyebrow. The shade that I have is a grayish brown #02 because that is the one nearest to my eyebrows’ natural color. It’s also easy to use because it’s already angled and it only costs Php175! It’s highly recommended for people who are thrifty because you can use it for almost 2-4 months of everyday use.


Since my eyebrows are problematic, and the left eyebrow is going to a different direction that is entirely unlike the right one. I have to cut it shorter so that it won’t be stubborn and to keep my eyebrows in place I used a Mary Kay Brow Gel.

And since this is just an everyday makeup, I wanted it to be natural so I didn’t use a tinted brow gel. This is just a clear brow gel.


After curling my lashes, I applied this Mascara Cream that I bought at Miniso Robinsons Manila. This costs Php149, and it’s a huge tube with a lot of beauty inside. Although, it didn’t volumize my lashes like those of the Kardashians it really helped in maintaining the curl of my lashes.


Then, I used this Maybelline Baby Lips lip balm. It’s just the clear one, just to moisturize my lips before I put on my matte liquid lipstick.


And last but definitely not the least, after using my lip balm I tinted my lips with Lime Crime’s Faded. I only applied one layer, so that it will look like pinkish nude.

There you have it, folks! Thank you for watching my tutorial!


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I think the next video will take a little while because aside from my busy schedule, my skin also needs to rest to go back to its usual self. I’ve been very stressed out lately because we’re moving out and pressure from “Tawag ng Tanghalan.”

I think I need to step up my skin care routines to keep up with the stress.

Anyway, have a nice day everyone. Stay organized and be kind!

[PS. All the products’ photos are not mine.]