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Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Becoming A Vegan Makeup Artist: Kit Recommendations, Face Edition

Creating smooth, even, healthy-looking skin is the bread and butter of makeup artistry (or should that be the dairy-free spread of makeup artistry?) The following products are best for getting the job done, the vegan way.
  • Concealer

RCMA Color Process Foundation (can be used as concealer or foundation. Comes in convenient palettes.Thinning fluid isn't vegan, but moisturiser can be used instead to sheer out product). Perfect for contouring and highlighting, too. PalettesSingles
Pic via Guru Makeup Emporium

Kett Fixx Creme (can be used as concealer or foundation. Comes in convenient palettes.)
Palettes, Singles. 

Elf All Over Cover Stick

  • Foundation
Kett Hydro Airbrush Foundation (Only for use with an airbrush.)

Wet n Wild Coverall (Poor shade range)

Illamasqua Skin Base
Pic via Illamasqua

Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation

  • Colour Corrector
Barry M Colour Correcting Kit
Pic via Barry M
  • Powder
RCMA No-Color Powder
Cult classic. Cuts through shine like no other. Colourless and invisible.

  • Highlight
Can be airbrushed or used with a sponge.

  • Contour
Kett Hydro Contour
Can be airbrushed or used with a brush or sponge.

Lunatick Cosmetic Labs Contour Book Palette VOL 1
Buildable and mixable - a tap of each colour on your brush creates a custom shade.

Pic via Lunatick Cosmetic Labs

  • Blush
Freedom Makeup London Pro Blush Palettes in Peach & Pink

BH Cosmetics 10 Pan Blush Palettes in ProfessionalGlamorous and Nude
Pic via Beauty Bay

  • Setting Spray
Skindinavia Bridal Finish. This stuff is legendary. Shake well and spray liberally to ensure the makeup lasts all day!

What are your favourite vegan face products? 
Check back next week to hear about some killer eye products!

Til Next Time,

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