Lazy Day Face Routine with Candy Doll

If you’ve been to Sasa, you would have seen Candy Doll products. I’m not too keen on their lip products which I find are too light and pasty for me, but I have been enjoying their concealer and mineral face powder. The concealer doesn’t dry out my skin, and the powder provides a light coverage on the face. The great thing is, the concealer, when set with powder, doesn’t sit in fine lines, and it doesn’t melt either. The concealer I’m using is shade number 2 which is a light peachy beige, great for my under eyes!

Here, don’t let my first picture scare you. I literally just woke up because if you looked closely, you’d see my bed hair tied up. HAHAHA!

 

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After this, I’d do my brows, eyes, blush and lips. If my face is particularly puffy, and if I have the time, I’d also contour. Most of the time, I don’t. See how natural the finish is? I’m really liking this, and it’s a pleasant surprise because this is the first time I’m using anything from this brand.

Have you tried this? Seen this at Sasa? Definitely something to consider if you’re looking for a concealer / powder 🙂

 

xoxo Lily

 

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  • that’s the face i make in the mornings too! hahaha!

    • HAHAHA! For me to be a morning person, I’d have to sleep by 8pm. LOL!

  • LOL this was great hahaha! That first face is the best! The concealer looks fabulous!

    • HAHAHA! Well, they say always put your best face forward…. and I hate following the rules. LOL!

  • I tend to get allergic reactions to most facial make up types, but this one is so wonderful! It blends in well with my pale skin and hides my flaws.

    • Aww, sorry to hear about your allergic reactions, Emma. So do you use any base products at all?

  • Liz

    Bahaha – you so cute, Lily. 😀

    We don’t have Sasa here of course… but you’re so lucky to be able to get away with some concealer dabs and a powder!

    • Hehe… I was debating whether to put this up. I mean, cute and adorable aren’t really meant for women in their mid-30’s right? Lol!

  • sataa

    haha I love the cute faces :)the concealer looks amazing it not only covered the dark circles but brightened the under eye are too.

    • Yes, this works quite well 🙂 I’m glad you don’t think the photos look creepy. I’m happy now. Haha!

  • you have very pretty smile 🙂 the concealer looks good!

  • haha you look adorable! I have never thought of using that brush for concealer, I always thought it was too big! I need to give it a try, I don’t really use it for anything.

    • Oh yes, that brush works really well blending out concealer. I also like to use it for my cream blushes 🙂

  • This is what I’ve been doing lately, too! Undereye first, set with powder, brows, blush, eyes. WOOHOOOOOO LILY.

    • Woots!! Great minds, Larie. Great minds 😛

  • You look quite cute in the mornings! I think I look a lot grumpier 😉 I once got some stuff at Sasa together with Sunny & we ended up paying custom charges. Ew. Put me off from buying again anytime soon..

    • Oh, I remember having to pay custom charges when my leather boots came in. I felt like I was forced to pay. HAHAHAH!

  • you look cute whether with makeup or not! jelly!!! 😉
    i gotta try blending my concealer with brush.

    (btw, love your dimples!)

    • Hehehe, thanks Lena. Yes, I’ve been using brushes to blend out concealers, and it gets the work done so much quicker 🙂

  • This is just the cutest post – you made me giggle! I didn’t see this brand at Sasa probably because I was overwhelmed by the selection but I’ll have a look for it when I order online 🙂

    • You giggled! LOL! This one is not too shabby at all. In fact, I can’t find it now, and I have a feeling someone nicked it. Haha!

  • Love this! You look adorable! Now you don’t want to see my first face of the day, you’d be scarred for life! Thank heaven for great concealers!

    • Lol! Great concealers save the day 🙂

  • I’ve tried Candy Doll’s liquid foundation. It had a pretty good finish but was a little too pink for my yellow skin tone.

    • Oh, I don’t like pink foundations either. They make me look like beetroot because my face gets red quickly! I need yellow based foundations, and Japanese brands like Lunasol and RMK make really good ones. What’s your fave?