As a Glossier Rep, I am obsessed with nearly all of their products. They are truly everyday favorites, and I constantly find myself reaching for them. So, it only makes sense that most of my makeup looks feature quite a few Glossier goodies.
When I saw fellow Rep Amy Serrano post a face full of Glossier on Instagram earlier this month, it inspired me to dish my Glossier go-to’s for all my followers, too! To recreate my look, begin with your favorite primer and foundation, then follow the steps below. Always remember to finish with a trustworthy setting spray.
Thankfully, all of Glossier’s products are super easy to use, so this look is definitely a casual go-to when I am in a rush to get ready. It instantly makes me look healthy and awake–not over done.
And, as always, you can save 20 percent on your first Glossier purchase, plus enjoy free shipping every time you spend $30 when you shop through my link!
Products I used:
- Balm Dotcom in Coconut, $12
- Stretch Concealer in Medium, $18
- Cloud Paint in Haze, $18
- Boy Brow in Brown, $16
- Haloscope in Moonstone, $22
Step 1: Apply Balm Dotcom to freshly exfoliated lips. I use a combo of equal parts petroleum jelly and granulated sugar to exfoliate my lips, then I rinse with warm water to wash the dead skin away. Pat dry.
Step 2: With the forefinger apply Stretch Concealer to any blemishes, redness or dark circles. Instead of rubbing it in, try tapping it into the skin for more coverage.
Step 3: Cloud Paint is extremely pigmented, so apply several small dots of Haze to the apples of the cheeks and gently tap until blended. Then, add more if a bolder look is desired.
Step 4: Starting in the middle of each brow, apply Boy Brow outwards, then use the applicator to brush the inner “sprouts” upwards.
Step 5: Gently apply Haloscope to the cheekbones and orbital bones around the eyes, as well as the brow bones and cupid’s bow. Tap the outer edges with the fingers to blend seamlessly.