The Statement Life by Janette Wojtaszak | A Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle

Falling in love with an old favourite - Revamped

About five years ago I fell in love with Physicians formula’s foundation and bronzer. With all the new products flooding the market I jumped ship and totally forgot about them and how good their products were.

While browsing the shelves of Priceline, I stopped and I remembered that I use to use it. I always try to mix up my base foundations or tinted moisturisers every few months (plus I like to try new products). I picked up the super CC cream and tried it at home. It is a lightweight cream and instantly evened out my skin tone. 

For this post, I used the Physicians formula’s CC creambronzer and nude eye shadow pallet to create natural bronzed universal look.

To achieve this look
1.      I wiped the CC cream all over my face creating a base.
2.      Using the bronzer, I contoured heavily on my cheek bones, the left and right sides of my forehead and under my neck.
3.      I dusted the creases of my eyelids with an eye shadow brush. 
4.      For the final touches I dusted it all over my face to lock it all in. 
5.      Using the nude eye shadow palette and brush (using the lightest colour at the top)
I highlighted:
my brow bone
the inner corner of my eyes
the top of my lip (cupid’s bow)
the top angle on my cheeks (just under my eye) 
and down my nose.
6.       Finally to bring the look alive apply a few layers of mascara.

Talk about a medium, dewy, coverage and a smooth application, my skin was even.

I love the fact Physicians Formula is especially for sensitive skin, they pride themselves in colour correction that marries health and glamour for the ultimate beauty solution.

Oil Free. Paraben Free. Gluten Free. Fragrance Free. Dermatologist approved. Cruelty Free. 
Non-Comedogenic (meaning:  a skincare product or cosmetic that is formulated to not cause blocked pores.
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