Everyday Look Tutorial Featuring It Cosmetics, Surratt Beauty, Daniel Sandler and Chantecaille

Hello dear readers…I hope your week is going well!  Mine has been an intense combination of lots of work, promising opportunities and very little sleep.  Despite this hectic schedule, I am thrilled to be able to share my latest video; here is my everyday look tutorial featuring a collection of favorite product discoveries…this look is polished, work appropriate and can be achieved quickly in the morning!


Products mentioned (and their respective links) include:

1. NUDE Progenius Oil
2. LMdB Peau Vierge
3. IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Neutralizing Correcting Cream
4. Beauty Blender
5. Daniel Sandler Sculpt and Slim
6. Daniel Sandler Watercolor Blush in Cherub
7. Jouer Lip Enhancer
8. Billion Dollar Brow Powder-Taupe + Brush
9. Cle de Peau Concealer-Beige
10. By Terry Ombre Blackstar in Bronze Moon  + Brown Perfection
11. Surratt Beauty Smokey Eye Baton in Cendres
12. Surratt Beauty Relevee Eyelash Curler:
13. Chantecaille Supreme Cils Mascara
14. Surratt gloss in Coquette
15. Lime Crime Babette

Bottom Line: Even though this video was over 20 minutes long, I assure you that I am able to run through the actual process with these products in well under ten minutes when I am not incessantly talking to a camera!  Truly, these items are easy to work with, yield great efficacy and last for hours on end. 
Have YOU tried/do YOU use anything included in this video?  I would love to hear your thoughts!
I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and I welcome your questions and comments!  Exciting videos and posts ahead on Beauty Professor including an in-depth view of the By Terry Spring 2014 Collection, the results of my mystery haircare challenge and an insane amount of foundation swatches ; )
–The Beauty Professor
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  • Makeup Remastered Reply

    Enjoyed your video- thank you for your Twitter help earlier today. You mentioned the Surratt blush in Duchess- I wanted to know, as it seems beyond light, if it shows up on you cheeks. Coquette is also so pretty!- Im going to bring my Ombre blackstars down as well on to the lower lash line in a heavier swish- looks great!
    Jo xx

    March 13, 2014 at 6:34 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Hi Jo!

      Thank you for the kind feedback; so happy to help on Twitter as well : ) In response to your question, the Surratt Duchesse blush does show up on my cheeks but it is very light and subtle. I tend to make everything darker (something to do with my chemistry, I guess) so I have to start with very pale shades! I highly recommend Coquette…need a second one soon. Have fun with the Ombre Blackstar/lower lash move…so effective!


      –The Beauty Professor

      March 15, 2014 at 4:48 am
  • Sherry P Reply

    I too, found that the IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Red works wonders as a base. It was quite by accident when I first used it and now it streamlines my morning face! I wasn't sure if anyone else was using it that way :). Great and beautiful quick face, thank you! I learned a couple of tips from this.

    March 13, 2014 at 9:52 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Isn't it amazing, Sherry? What a wonderful surprise! I can't get over how well it matches my skin tone.

      Thanks for your sweet words…xoxo and have a lovely weekend,

      –The Beauty Professor

      March 15, 2014 at 7:23 pm
  • Anonymous Reply

    What contour color is good for an NW20?

    March 14, 2014 at 12:26 am
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Both the Daniel Sandler Sculpt and Slim and the Tom Ford Shade and Illuminate in #01 should work!


      –The Beauty Professor

      March 15, 2014 at 7:19 pm
  • Deb Reply

    Hi Rachel. This video was fantastic. I'm so impressed by your ability to pull this look together in so little time. And the finished look is beautiful; natural yet polished and I love how your eyes are enhanced but not overdone. The lip gloss/lipstick tip was great. In all my years (way more than yours 🙂 I have never thought to do that and I have to try it. Now the questions: how do you keep your concealer from setting while you are doing your eyes? I don't understand how it remains pliable enough for you to blend it out at the end of your makeup application. Do you use any under eye prep product or extra rich eye cream when prepping your skin? Or is it just this particular concealer? Do you do this with different concealers? Or maybe the foundation you applied first helps? I'm just fascinated by this because for me it seems concealer sets quickly. Granted, I have very dry skin (especially around the eye area) but I can't help but wonder if the heat from your skin keeps it pliable. I'm sorry for so many questions; I'm just dying to try this now that I've watched the video. But I'm afraid I'll wind up with 2 swipes of stuck on and dried concealer 🙂 I'm going to try it anyway but if you have any more explanation on how you do this, or why you think it works so well, it would be much appreciated. Thanks!

    March 14, 2014 at 11:01 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Hi Deb,

      Happy weekend to you! Thanks so much for your kind words about my video! With regards to your questions about the concealer, all I can guess is that after a layer of moisturizer (in this case, the oil) and Peau Vierge, my skin is balanced enough to keep the Cle de Peau concealer from drying in during the period before blending. I think that the ultra creamy texture of the CdP concealer is also a major factor. It is emollient but sets so nicely once it is blended and is my favorite concealer with which to do this technique.

      I can't wait to hear how it goes for you when you try it…keep me posted please!!!

      xoxo and talk soon,

      –The Beauty Professor

      March 15, 2014 at 4:54 am
  • Unknown Reply

    Enjoyed your video very much!

    March 25, 2014 at 6:52 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Thank for taking the time to let me know, Jem!


      –The Beauty Professor

      March 27, 2014 at 4:30 am

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