Easy Makeup with Drugstore Products

Easy Makeup with Drugstore Products

Hey Guys!

I’m so excited to show you my FIRST make up video! This is a easy to do everyday look that I go for most of the time. The products I used are mostly affordable drugstore brands and the details are below:


  • Lakme Absolute Blur Perfect Makeup Primer
  • Loreal Paris Nude Magique in 220 Golden Sand
  • Huda Beauty Concealer Pallete
  • Maybelline Matte Maker Mattifying Powder in 30 Natural Beige
  • Revlon Nearly Naked Pressed Powder in 040 Medium Deep
  • Maybelline New York Master Fix Wear Boosting Setting Spray


  • Jordana Eye shadow Primer
  • Urban Decay Naked 4 Palette
  • Maybelline New York Color Molten Eye Shadow in 306 Rose Haze
  • Miniso Hello Kitty Liquid Eyeliner
  • Ardell Lashes
  • Revlon Ultimate Al In One Mascara


  • Clarins Instant Light Natural lip perfecator
  • NYX Lip Primer
  • Lakme 9to5 Weightless Lip and Cheek Color in Rose Touch

I hope you like this video. If you need any information about the products used today, do comment below. Cant wait to hear what you guys think!!!

Here are some other make up videos I did:

I Did My Entire Makeup Using Just My Hands

Get Ready With Me!

Valentines Day Look

Hollywood Glam Makeup

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