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BACK TO SCHOOL Makeup Tutorial using DRUGSTORE PRODUCTS! Quick + Easy 2019! | MakeupByAmarie
Hey guys! Today I wanted to get a jump start on a quick + easy back to school makeup tutorial using only drugstore products! This look is a little more glam so if you want to see something a little more wearable? Just let me know! ! I didn’t want to go too natural but I also didn’t want too glam. I definitely recommend customizing this loo based on your needs. If you enjoy reviews, demos or even makeup tutorials give this video a like! It definitely helps me out 🙂 I want to get this video to 4k likes!

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Products Used:

$8.00 | e.l.f. Cosmetics Poreless Putty Primer

$8.00 | e.l.f. Cosmetics Jelly Pop Dew Primer

$19.99 | Milani Pure Passion Eyeshadow Palette

$16.00 | BH Cosmetics Glowing in Greece Blush & Highlighter Palette

$4.99 | Wet n Wild PhotoFocus Water Drop Primer ‘Rose’

$7.99 | CoverGirl truBLEND Loose Powder – ‘#50 Translucent Light’

$9.50 | NYX “Stay Matte But Not Flat” Powder Foundation – ‘Warm Beige’

$12.00 | Pixi By Petra Correction Concentrate ‘Brightening Peach’

$10.99 | CoverGirl TruBlend Undercover Concealer – ‘Golden Ivory’

$11.99 | Maybelline Super Stay Full Coverage Foundation – ‘Natural Beige’

$9.79 | Flower Beauty Light Illusion Liquid Foundation – ‘Warm Beige’

$4.99 | Essence Lash Princess False Lash Effect Waterproof Mascara – ‘Black’

$11.75 | Kokie Professional Powder Contour Palette – ‘Light to Medium’

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36 replies
  1. chloe lalala
    chloe lalala says:

    Can you just imagine a girl between 11-15 wearing makeup this heavy. Why would you show that this is good back to school makeup. Not only would they look too mature but they'd also probably get so much acne… whatever happened to just a quick lip gloss and mascara for younger girls. Just enjoy being a kid. Ugh…

  2. boxiebabe
    boxiebabe says:

    Hi Ashley: In today's video, you twice mentioned that you use Maybelline foundation in shades 120 & 220, that you're "in between shades". I am assuming now that if you are lighter and need to go up one shade, you add 100 to the shade number? I have always thought that if you're a shade 120, the next shade would be 121 (or whatever number is next). Can you please explain how this works? It would be so helpful. Thank you. xo

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