Date night with Bae Make up look


Hi guys, Lazy Lizard hereāœ‹

This month has been super busy for me, I’ve had exams, class presentations, field trips, school is hard lol, I apologise for my absence here.

Today, I have another beauty post to show you guys that I’m truly sorry for my inconsistencyšŸ˜Š its a very easy date night makeup tutorial that any make up enthusiast can achieve in about 30mins, and if you’re a beginner this tutorial is also for you.

So let’s get to it:

Face primer:

I like use a mattifying primer to prep my face before applying any make up. It helps the make up stay on longer.

Foundation :

Now I know that almost everyone here starts doing their make up with drawing of the brows but this is a faster method for me as I tend to waste a lot of time on my eyebrows, I don’t know why, but the way I draw them changes every day.

After applying my foundation with a beauty blender, I like to go in with a lighter shade of concealer under my eyes, the bridge of my nose and my fore head to make my face look highlighted, then I blend it all out.

Powder and Blush:

I love to use a powder contour pallete to sculpt my face. The darker shades for contouring my cheek bones and nose bone and the lighter shades for setting my concealer and the foundation in general.


This is always a big deal in make up. Make sure to draw gentle strokes in the direction of how your hair grows and then fill it in. The goal is to make the beginning of your eyebrows lighter than the other parts to give it a more natural look.

Clean up with a concealer that is a shade lighter than your foundation on the underneath and your exact shade should be used on top.

Pink is the right colour :

For your eyeshadow of course, a date night look doesn’t require too much boldness and I would not recommend that you look too subtle, so, start with a darker shade of pink and finish with a gold metallic halo as in the pictures below:

Then draw a winged liner and fix up your lashes.

Just Glow:

You’re almost done, add a bit of highlighter on top of your blushed up area, apply a subtle pink lipstick or lip gloss and you’re good to go.

Remember to powder your whole face up again to blend everything then add more glow.

And the finished look,

Thank you for dropping by, I really hope this was helpful.

Let me know your thoughts on this lazy tutorial in the comments. Would you like to see a video on my next make up post? Let me know

Till next time, adiosā¤