Day time to Night time Make-up

Have you ever been in a situation at work or school when there’s 5 min left in the day and your friends/co-workers decide they want to have a night out on the town?…but there’s no time to get ready?? Well I have and there is nothing worse than not having the things you need to get ready under the gun.

Well I (and many others before me) have come up with a quick make-up change for on the go last minute outings. If your’re anything like me morning make-up routines don’t consist of much, if any at all which in this case will be beneficial.

Day to Night
Day to Night

Day time: 

1. Apply foundation as you normally would. This is starting as a day time look so, full coverage won’t be necessary (unless you prefer that look).

2.Add a neutral shadow (light/medium brown) to the entire lid, then go in with a shimmer or nude color to the inner corner of the eye lid. Blend together at the corner to make a smooth transition.

3. Apply a light pink or peach color blush to the cheeks.

4. Apply a flesh toned lipstick or gloss and this will complete your day time look.

Night time: 3 qucik steps

1. Add darker shade to the outer corner of the eyelid, I suggest dark brown,dark grey or black (start with less then build to your liking) Always blend colors in (toward the center of the eye) You want to have a transitioned look which will avoid any harsh lines.

2.Apply a lip liner and a fresh coat of gloss or lipstick.

3.Add more blush to the cheeks/or bronzer to bring definition.

(Optional) 4.Black eyeliner to the lower and upper lash line.

Now if you have the time to go home and apply a fresh face I would totally recommend that but if your in a jam this is a quick and easy way to turn your day time face, into instant  glam!

Hope this was helpful, please leave any questions or comments below and don’t forget to like and share! Until next time…

Be Blessed Beauties


2 thoughts on “Day time to Night time Make-up

  1. Ms. Elyse, the other night, I really thought I would try some of these methods or following the instructions listed on the eye shadow pallet… unfortunately as in every other time, I did not get the Elyse look and I think I know why. My problem is blending and what colors to use to blend. Can your next post be about that?


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