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  • Hi vogue, I'm Phoebe jennifer and I'm gonna walk you through my skin care routine and a casual makeup look.

  • So first step before I do anything, I'm gonna tie back my hair because I don't want it to get anyway.

  • I actually don't wash my face in the morning unless I'm working out and then of course I will wash my face afterwards.

  • But usually I just splash cold water on my face and pat it dry after the cold water would be um vitamin C, which I'm obsessed with ceo brightening serum.

  • Yeah, when I was growing up I had kind of mostly dry skin so I just kind of started layering on, I think I was when I was like 14, I would use Vaseline and just like put it everywhere.

  • I know that sounds insane and then I learned like a proper skincare routine after vitamin C.

  • I would usually probably do a little eye cream again back with sunday Riley.

  • I've been obsessed with this brand ever since I first spent time in new york and my apartment was right next to Sephora, which is really dangerous for anyone, but it's especially dangerous for a brit because to a brick Sephora is like, like the most amazing place in the world moisturizer.

  • This is key to someone like me who has really dry skin, the ice moisturizer.

  • Um so I'm just gonna put that everywhere as well.

  • And then apparently you're meant to bring it down to your neck, which I always forget to do, but I'm gonna do it today for you guys.

  • Richardson was challenging because your skin is being put through so much, you're not getting enough sleep and they're putting makeup on you every day.

  • I don't usually wear a lot of foundation.

  • So when you're being put in foundation everyday and powder as well, powder is something I never usually wear in my day to day life, but obviously for, so you don't look shiny on screen, you're kind of caked in powder, so not necessarily a ton of obvious makeup, but definitely makeup.

  • That's gonna clog my pores every day.

  • It's very intense for your skin.

  • I, and when you get a spot because you're not able to really look after yourself.

  • The spot stays for like three weeks.

  • I had a one spot for three weeks, which was a nightmare.

  • It was very big, but you know, you just get on with it, sunday were used, you know, oil, I love this product so much.

  • I mean especially in winter again, I put it on day and night and you know, hope for the best when I have time and I'm not feeling super lazy, which is most days.

  • I'll do a bit of which I learned from probably though beauty secret videos when I have an early morning when I remember I'll put this in the fridge the night before and I'll kind of do this in the car on the way to work and I feel like it just deep puffs.

  • I think it was about 13 and when I started wearing SPF every day and I really do think it's a game changer.

  • I love wearing wigs on any job because it kind of saves you the hassle of having to wash your hair at all.

  • And I dont Bridgeton, it was ideal because I didn't really want to cut micro bags into my hair.

  • I think everyone was very happy when they found out that it wasn't actually my, my real hair.

  • I don't tend to wear makeup like every day in my normal life.

  • I'll usually just do a little bit of concealer a brow.

  • I'm like obsessive about my brows, but I'm gonna do like a, I don't know, I'm going out for a fancy lunch or something.

  • This is, it's a special occasion.

  • I'm gonna start with charlotte tilbury beautiful skin foundation.

  • So instead of using a brush, I'm gonna use my fingers.

  • Okay.

  • I used to cake on makeup when I was a teenager, um, cake it on and also we, I know they always say nineties brows were skinny or the bad browse, but I swear browse 10 years ago were pretty bad too.

  • Or maybe that was just my ear group because we all have like really thin brows and we would pencil them in.

  • I think my skin.

  • I think the main thing I learned about my skin was it actually looks better when I wear less makeup because I was taking on so much that it would clog my nose and I'd be like flaking and you just learn so much.

  • I think as you get older about skin and makeup and what works for you.

  • The one thing I have been using since I was probably about 14 is the Nars creamy concealer and I actually do use a brush of this, so don't worry guys, oh wait, I'm gonna put it on with my fingers and then I'll brush it In 6th form, I would like cake on the whole, you know, the whole works.

  • But I feel like it makeup to me then was more of an expression of how I felt and now I use clothes more I think to express myself, but I think back then, particularly when you're at school and you're, you know, I went to a school as most people do in England, that you wear a uniform.

  • So the only way of expressing oneself really is through makeup.

  • Um so that's what we do.

  • I always use charlotte tilbury brow cheek.

  • It just glides on really easily.

  • So I'm just gonna brush them up first.

  • I like to fill in underneath because I like them to be straight when I look back at pictures, they were like really long and thin and I don't know, I just, I like them chunky fat and chunky.

  • This is the point where I say your eyebrows are sisters not twins, but you've never heard that one before.

  • Okay.

  • Barbara Carranza brow soap.

  • Oh baby, she's her, I'm gonna do a little little eye contouring and I'm just gonna go in with this color, I'm gonna wear this and then I'll be back.

  • Usually I like it, but today I'm not putting you through that, so I put it under a tap.

  • So my technique for an eye, it's basically just following the end of my brow and pointing up towards it and sometimes it goes horribly wrong, depending on the day.

  • Today, today is going away so far.

  • Next, I'm gonna curl my lashes, charlotte tilbury full fat lashes.

  • I think the interesting thing about filming that show is that when you're in it, when you're filming it, all you're thinking about is how am I, how am I going to stay healthy and mentally and physically well enough to do this job?

  • And it's, you're not really thinking about what it's gonna be or how people are gonna see the show or if they're going to connect to it, it's just literally all about like getting through it.

  • And then Covid happened and the show came out at a time where everyone was at home.

  • And so I think in some ways that was a good thing, but there were, it was strange being at home with platforms like instagram and Tiktok and that being the only kind of resource to see how well the show was doing and suddenly you're kind of, it's quite overwhelming experiencing it at home from a phone because it doesn't feel, it doesn't really feel real, it was we're stepping out into the real world and realizing that the success of the show in general and how it like touched people.

  • And I really love it when girls come over and in the street, young girls and they were so affected by it.

  • So and it brought people a lot of joy and like that strange times.

  • Now I used a little bit of Bronzer.

  • I have the contour one by Charlotte Tilbury and it's just so easy to use.

  • I'm also kind of obsessed with anything liquid form I think because I have dry skin, I just like the sheen that it gives and I'm done just kidding.

  • And then we're gonna blend charlotte tilbury pillow, talk lip and cheek glow again.

  • It's um it's a liquid form which I like because I can use my fingers.

  • This is my go to charlotte tilbury lip cheat.

  • I actually use this in Bridgeton a lot.

  • Let's bomb.

  • This is the way we do protect bomb.

  • I love this product.

  • All their products are sustainable and vegan and natural and they're doing good things for the world.

  • So and if I'm feeling really fruity, which I am, we do a little bit of this fill in my beauty mark.

  • It's funny how the things that you hate when you were younger, you start to realize make you, you know, unique and individual.

  • So finishing touch A little pop Hollywood beauty light one and I use the same brush that I used to do my concealer because then when I do my concealer the next day I get a little bit of shine that's still on the brunch and then I would probably let my hair down.

  • The amazing thing about we do is that all their products double up these things.

  • So this is hat and hand cream, which I think is just genius.

  • So I can basically do two things at once which if you want it in there in a rush is the drain, put some hand cream on and then put some through the ends mason and Pearson hairbrush every time I use this, it really reminds me of my grandma.

  • It was the one thing I always used to watch her Brushing her hair with Mason Peasant and she got me one she get me one for christmas every year in my teens and I'd lose it all the time because I was an idiot teenager and now I treasure them.

  • I'm going to finish it by spraying some stellar times by.

  • I'm obsessed with this fragrance.

  • Just put it everywhere.

  • Thank you so much for watching.

  • I hope you enjoy this video and I really enjoy doing it.

  • So thanks have a great day.

  • Have a great day.

Hi vogue, I'm Phoebe jennifer and I'm gonna walk you through my skin care routine and a casual makeup look.

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