On Saturday I went with my sister and a friend to see Disney’s new adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s book, The Jungle Book. Last week I reread the book in preparation for seeing the movie. Yes, I’m the kind of person who won’t watch a movie until I’ve read the book first haha. The movie was incredible, I’ve been super excited about it and it totally lived up to my expectations. It is definitely a must-see. Now, on to how I got ready.
For my base I used the Rimmel matte BB cream in light/medium. I like, but it’s not my favorite, I’ll talk about what I’ve been really liking in next Monday’s post. I applied it with the Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge. I set the BB cream with the Rimmel Stay Matte powder using the Eco Tools powder brush. The BB cream is available here, the sponge here, the powder *here, and the brush *here.
I lightly contoured with the L’Oreal True Match powder in cocoa using the E.L.F. small stipple brush, blended it out with the Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer and the same fluffy powder brush that I used with my powder, and highlighted with the Wet’n’Wild Color Icon bronzer in Reserve Your Cabana. The True Match powder is available *here, the bronzer here, the highlighter *here, and the stipple brush here.
I used the NYX Butter Gloss in Angel Food Cake on my lips. It is available *here.
I was going to straighten my hair for this, but I taught swim lessons this morning and my hair didn’t dry in time so I just left it natural.
I wore some denim-look leggings, a light blue long sleeve Tshirt, and some athletic shoes with a navy blue baseball cap. Also, three cheers for spring in Colorado where we can have leaves starting to grow on the trees, and two inches of snow on the ground at the same time.
Have you seen The Jungle Book? What did you think?
Have a great day!
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