New Video Post! Sam’s Pale Girl Foundation Routine | Haute Macabre

New Video Post! Sam’s Pale Girl Foundation Routine

Please subscribe to the Haute Macabre YouTube Channel!

Hey guys! It’s been a few weeks since our last video post, but we’re starting the New Year with a long list of post ideas, and first up is my much requested pale-girl foundation routine. This is my total full-coverage-hide-all-the-weird-shit-on-my-face face, and this combo of products is what I’ve found works on me the best.

We’d love to hear what your favorite products and tricks are in your foundation routine!

† † Here are all the products I used in this video † †

Urban Decay B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
† Mac Strobe Cream
Kat Von D Lock-It Featherweight Primer
NYX Cosmetics Color Correcting Concealer 
Kat Von D Lock-It Foundation in Light 45
Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer in Light Neutral
NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer in Chantilly
Cover FX Matte Setting Powder in Light
Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Ethereal 
Anastasia Beverly Hilly Cream Contour in Light
Kat Von D Shade + Light Contour Palette

2 Comment

  1. Hey,
    I use two foundations, one for summer, and one for winter; I’ve got normal/oily skin.
    Right now I use my MAC NC10 with SPF 20 foundation, because in winter I get as pale as a living person can get.
    I apply it with a wet sponge and dust it with a very fine layer of super silky, real mineral powder (by, lasts forever and keeps my face matte up to 6 hrs). I’ve mixed the loose powder with cosmetic alcohol and one drop of water to fill it into an empty powder compact, because I prefer it not to be loose, but more compact (and handbag-proof).

    In summer, I use Clarins’ Teint Haute Tenue Everlasting Foundation with SPF 15, colour 107 beige (it’s the lightest). In summer, I often use either the above mentioned loose mineral powder or the sweetscents finishing veil, or, if I need extra matte-ness, the green tea overnight skin rejuvenation powder. With its slighly greenish colour, I kill this slight reddish tone my skin is prone to take on.