Sometimes you just want a really simple, natural “I-woke-up-like-this” makeup look. Here, in our video tutorial, Sigourney shows you how to create a luminous complexion, rosy cheeks and subtly defined eyes in under five minutes.

  1. July 30, 2014
    Camille

    I’ve been looking for product that gives you that warm luminous glow – thanks!

    1. August 7, 2014
      sigourney

      Pleasure! Give it a go – would love to hear your results Camille! x

  2. August 7, 2014
    Kirsten

    Thanks Beauticate for the great tip about using a balm instead of powder for your cheeks. I will definitely be trying the Ere Perez colour balm soon, it sounds amazing! x

    1. August 7, 2014
      sigourney

      Hi Kirsten! Pleasure – it makes a difference. But doesn’t last as long (but with those cute little palettes you can take it with you and it doesn’t take up much space. and use it on your lips, too!) x

  3. March 22, 2015
    Sameera

    I would love to see a video on how to remove eye make up, which products are the best and safest way to remove eye makeup gently. Great blog beauticate x

    1. August 12, 2015
      sigourney

      Thanks Sameera! That’s a great idea. I will add it to our "To Film" list! x

  4. July 28, 2015
    Willa

    Hi Sigourney, you need to get acquainted with Daniel Sandler watercolour blush. It’s the liquid blush to rule all blushes. Natural, luminous, a cinch to blend and LASTS all day. It doesn’t sink into my pores either. Best makeup discovery of the year. http://danielsandler.com/products/liquid-blush-so-pretty

    1. August 12, 2015
      sigourney

      Sounds amazing Willa – thanks for the tip! x

  5. August 12, 2015
    Annabel

    Thanks for this great video! When using a BB or CC cream, do you need to set it with powder?

    1. August 12, 2015
      sigourney

      Hi Annabel, unless you have really oily skin and struggle with shine I would skip the powder. Powder can be ageing and I love the luminous look of BB and CC creams. Instead you could try a mattifying gel/primer before your BB and that can keep the shine at bay. x

      1. August 12, 2015
        Annabel

        Thanks, Sigourney! I love the luminous look too but I always seem to cave when I’m sampling the products in-store and they go in for the upsell. Can you use a powder blush or would a cream one be better for the same reason?

        1. August 12, 2015
          sigourney

          Cream would be best but it won’t last as long. If you want it to really stay put, start with a cream then dust a powder blush over the top.

          1. August 25, 2015
            Annabel

            Thanks, Sigourney! The Chanel CC cream is divine and I’ve got some Ere Perez on the way! xx

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