Bella Hadid Inspired Giftorial Pt 2

Like I promised yesterday, here's the second part of the Bella Hadid look!
Before I started the eye makeup yesterday I already applied my foundation and I filled in my eyebrows. I did them a little lighter than usual because Bella has that fresh faced look going on, but I didn't feel like it would be neccessary to post how I do my brows, because I've already done that.  Really nothing has changed since I've done that post, except that I now pluck my brows a bit.

For my foundation I'm wearing MAC Studio Waterweight in NC30 on top of the Soap & Glory One Heck Of A Blot primer.

 Because I was working with glitter I didn't apply my concealer until after I'd done my eye makeup. My holy grail concealer is the Kryolan Derma Color Camouflage Cream. I own this little nifty palette with many colours, which is very useful if you like contouring. I use D4 for places that I like to highlight a bit: under the eyes, tip of the nose and forehead. D4 1/2 is my perfect match, so I use that on spots and around the nose. D20 is my contouring colour. I use that to sculpt my cheekbones. Be careful though, contouring can be quite aging and Bella looks so fresh faced so don't go overboard. I contoured my cheekbones by applying D20 right underneath. Then I just use my fingers to blend everything in.

Bella's highlight is very natural-looking as well. That's why I opted for my NARS Liquid Illuminator in Copacabana. I work that in with my fingers, as well. I think the product gives a great lit-from-within glow, which is perfect if you're going for that young and fresh-faced look Bella has. Be careful not to rub this highlighter though because it does have the tendency to mess with products underneath. As long as you don't use too much and you just keep tapping it in you'll be fine.
 Then I defined the outer part of the contour a little more by going over it with my NYX blush in Taupe.

 Bella's look is so fresh and natural that I was quite surprised by how much blush she's wearing. Her blush also doesn't really go on the apples of the cheeks, but more above her contour. I took my Real Techniques Blush Brush and my Milano blush in Rose d'Oro and just dusted on the blush starting at the contour line. Be careful not to apply too much at once, this blush is very pigmented and the brush pics up a lot (a LOT) of product. Just keep brushing until you're happy with the intensity of your blush. 

I set my under eye concealer with my Kryolan Fixing Powder. Generously apply that with a sponge and you can later on just dust in the leftover powder. Some may call this technique baking, but I don't really let it sit on my face for a long time because I don't feel like that works on me.

I detected some sort of glow on Bella's cheeks and I saw it as an opportunity to add more glow. Again, I used my Blush Brush and lightly dusted on some of my Flormar Terracotta Blush-On in 44. 

Finally, I set my foundation with some powder. My skin is pretty dry so on some days I really don't even have to wear powder, if you were wondering why I went straight over my concealer with blush. I only dust the T-zone with the Soap & Glory One Heck Of A Blot powder and to finish I blended out the setting powder under the eyes.

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