It’s 2020 and I figured why not refresh my youtube portfolio by creating a never-seen video so far. I’ve been in talks in making more content for you guys, but never really got the courage to do it. Not sure what got in my mind, but here I am, recording this really quick grwm video. Contrary to my previous IGTV failure (lol if you know, you know) I hope I’ve done a better job this time in showing you how I usually get ready in the morning. Hope you guys enjoy this video and see you guys in the next one!
/ / products used / /
// biologique recherche / placenta serum // eight drops //
// biologique recherche / extraits tissulaires serum // eight drops //
// niod / copper amino isolate serum // two pumps //
// supergoop! / supercreen daily moisturizer spf 40 // one coin size //
// drunk elephant / virgin marula luxury facial oil // two drops //
// chanel beauty / les beiges water-fresh tint [medium light] // two pumps //
/ / how to use ? / /
Biologique Recherche serums are known for its ability to mix & match, and that’s how I love to use my products. As you can see, I mix a lot of different products in order to cut some slack and make my routine more efficient. With my serums, I apply the more liquid serums (placenta and extraits tissulaires) with eight drops each, warm them with my palm and apply directly to my face. Followed by the NIOD anti-aging bestseller, the copper amino isolate serum, a blue liquid with a weird metal smell but slides onto your skin smoothly.
After all the base products, I continue on with my day moisturizer, the Supergoop! SPF is a new found, and a new favorite in my skincare routine. It absorbs quickly without leaving a white trace. It’s glowy but not oily (which is incredibly hard to achieve) and I mix in with a couple of drops of the Drunk Elephant virgin marula oil to get that boujee glow. I usually don’t wear any foundation or concealer unless I get some spots, but if I do, I’ve been trying out the Chanel Beauty les beiges water-fresh tint, which is a new tech product that I’ve seen from Chanel, extremely water-like with small tinted particles. I was told to use a brush to apply, but I just warm it in between my hands and softly pat on my face, giving my face a natural glow.
*I’m using the shade medium-light but I think it’s slightly too dark for my skin tone, but we’ll see how it goes*
// instagram / _justinso //
// shot on iPhone X //
// edited on Final Cut Pro //
// music by Griffin / Nobody Compares To You //