With that I gently pat and press the Tsuya Skin base into my skin and I’m all set! Notice the difference? Your face might look a little pale to begin with but the product oxides to set into your skin tone within a minute or two. A little concealer, bb cream and the Shupette blush to pair with the Tsuya Skin base is all it takes! — now on to the eye makeup.
From 1-6: Magenta, Violet, Pale pink, Salmon Pink, Deep Red and Baby pink.
The colours are as These are lip tints, so the colours are build-able and though they don’t last incredibly long given it’s silky texture, the palette itself is of a perfect size to take out on the go for touch ups against the large mirror on the flip side of the palette.
So for my first look, we’re going back to basics. Neutrals. You know, for those fancy afternoon outs for events or a little christmas shopping with some friends.
I rarely purchase pencil eyeliners in fear that they’d smudge but this doesn’t budge at all. If you’re not very adventurous with your eye makeup, the Eye-need-shu midnight black eyeliner is that subtle touch of glitter you need to add to your smokey eye to ring in the festive season.
There are two shades to pink from so if Midnight-black is a bit too harsh for your liking, there’s another pencil in brown for you too!
Eye-need-shu liner, SG$33
Silk Cushion Cheek Colour in pink, SG$45