1 September 2014
Drugstore Makeup For Pale Skin
Revlon Nearly Naked
I find Revlon great for lighter shades of foundation. As the name suggests this is a really light-weight, natural looking foundation. The coverage is light and you will need concealer if you want to cover blemishes. I find L'oreal and Bourjois also good for lighter foundation shades.
Maybelliene Dream Sun Triple Bronzing Powder in Blonde
If you ever thought your were too fair-skinned for bronzer think again. This bronzing trio is designed specially for blondes. When blended the colours look very natural on the skin, which isn't easy when you're fair like me. The shades don't look orange either and it definitely helps having three different colours to work with.
Rimmel Kate Moss Matte Lipstick in 107
You don't need pale skin to rock a dark lip but I think berry shades look particularly amazing contrasted against a pale complexion. Rimmel 107 is the ultimate dark lipstick on the highstreet. A shout out goes to the Bourjois Velvet Rouge Editions too.
Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer
Just like choosing the right shade foundation, it can be tricking to find a light concealer. I swear by the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer in 'Fair 1' which works for me even on my palest days.
L'oreal Lumi Magique Primer
If you wanted to add some highlight to your skin without looking translucent I really like the L'oreal lumi Magique Primer. It's a white, shimmery liquid which looks very natural when applied under foundation.
Fellow caspers, let me in on your makeup must haves for fair skin.