Makeup Basics for Everyday for #LoveYourLifeFriday

Makeup Basics for Everyday by @kennaehman for #LoveYourLifeFriday at karenehman.com.

Hi friends, Kenna here! I get asked all the time about what steps, and in what order, to do your makeup. So today I’m sharing this video to help you with some makeup basics for everyday.

If you are reading this in email, click here to watch the video.

Here’s a list of my favorites of the basics I showed in the video along with my favorite lines of less expensive options:

MAC Pro Longwear Concealer NW20

NARS Highlighting Illuminator – Copacabana (Glistening pearl)

Brilliant Beauty Eyelash Curler

Mac Fluidline Brow Gel

NARS Bronzing Powder

Mac Eye Shadow X 9

Garnier SkinActive Micellar Makeup Remover Wipes

Qivange Brush Set, Synthetic Foundation Eyeshadow Blending Makeup Brushes

MAC In Extreme Dimension Lash Mascara

Christian Dior Diorshow Maximizer 3D Triple Volume Plumping Lash Primer

Also, if you want a less expensive product, all the NYX stuff is great for the cost! It’s not as good as MAC in my opinion, but it’s good for everyday wear.

**affiliate links provided at no cost to you. I only recommend products I know my readers will love.


Kenna Ehman, contributor for #LoveYourLifeFriday at karenehman.comKenna Ehman is an award winning stylist from Charlotte, North Carolina. She specializes in color and is also a destination bridal hair and makeup artist. She has been voted Charlotte’s best stylist two years in a row. She is involved with local organizations who help fight human trafficking and offers her services to women who have been rescued to help them adjust back to normal life. When she’s not behind the chair she can be found leading a life group in her living room or out traveling the world with her best girlfriends. Connect with Kenna on Instagram @NewSeeleStudio.


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  1. I’ve never heard of illuminator and thanks for all the tips. Sounds like you’re a prestige stylist in the bridal world.

  2. Having been a make up artist for years, it’s always fun watching another artist do her magic and share her tips. Karen you have a beautiful daughter, and thanks Kenna for the video tutorial!

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