Recently Hansaegee Nature (the one I've been using their awesome face sheet mask), just launched their new product called Vacci - the luxury mineral make up collection. I was given some samples to try them myself. If you want to have a natural make up look or a radiant-looking complexion, you should definitely try a mineral-based make up products! You know..this is because mineral make up generally contains less chemical-based ingredients such as parabens, binders, artificial oils, talc, preservatives, synthetic dyes and fragrances, which can help eliminate some of the skin problems. With mineral make up, you'll also feel a bit "cleaner" on your face somehow, as compared to the usual/normal make up! This is because the major benefit of wearing a mineral make up is that it generally does not clog the pores, allowing the skin to "breathe" naturally. As such, it is less likely to aggravate an acne condition or cause flare-ups! And it'll also give you that natural-looking skin/complexion! .......which is the new "red lips" in the make-up world!
So this is their new collection! The mineral make up range.. From Vacci, the Luxe Collection
So why is it the mineral make up is good for the skin? Well, it's because some of their ingredients like titanium dioxide and zinc oxide have anti-inflammatory properties. Zinc oxide is especially good for skin that is irritated, sensitive or has recently undergone cosmetic laser procedure or peels. It's also good for people suffering from rosacea and acne.
"Fresh clean skin is the new red lip!"
They have 3 different make-up base; green, violet and beige
I chose the green one because I have some red marks on my skin. So this tone is great to cover those red marks!
Just so you know, normally the beige color is used to conceal bruises, or under-eye circles and mild red tones on the face. And purple on the other hand, is used to normalize yellow-colored skin imperfections such as sallow complexions and yellow bruises. It can also help conceal very dark under-eye circles and dark spots on bronze skin tones. Whilst green, is used to neutralize red tones on the skin. Use this for covering blemishes, zits, red blotches, rosacea, and stains
Take one pump...
...and try it on your hand first, to see if it looks okay on you
And then apply on the area, or on your entire face if you like!
Next, the liquid foundation!
As usual, before I try any liquid stuff on my face, I would try it on my hand first to see if the color blend well with my skin tone..
For this one, I can only use one small pump, because the shade/tone for this liquid foundation is quite fair for me. I chose the color Natural Beige the other day. It's too fair for me apparently..so one small pump is great enough for my whole face! (If I put too much, I'll look like those Korean girls!!! - SOOOOO FAIR! hehe)
I prefer to use my hands than the make up brush, when applying the foundation! Although I know that using the brush would give me a perfect finish! - but I'm too lazy to wash my make up brush everyday! haha ;p
Next, the powder!
This is the Twin Cake powder. You can apply this alone, or with foundation, for a perfect finish!
Next, the blusher! I really LOVE this color!!! I chose the Pearl Orange. It gives me just the right tone for my skin! I've been wanting to get this kinda orangey/coral color for my blusher, and now I got it! Yeay!
Apply it on your apples of your cheeks!
Next, wear the eyeliner! I love this kind of eye liner! Very thin and the color is very intense! And it's really, really easy to wash! Just use water, rub it a little, and the eyeliner is gone! (Senang bila nak solat!)
Anyway, since I am not using any eye shadow for this look, I apply a liquid eyeliner on my upper lash line and I drew the cat-eyed line to create a little "eye lift", and give intensity to the eye and elongates it! - For years now, it has been my favorite style of wearing eyeliner like this! hehe
Next, apply an eyebrow pencil to shape the brows if you need to..
...and then wear mascara to curl your lashes!
Finish the look with a lip gloss!
The final look!
Do I look like a Korean girl? Hahah. Nahhh...you still look like a Malaysian girl, Wani! haha ;p