I Woke Up Like This: 5 Beauty Sources You’ll Love

No, I actually did not wake up like this (shocking I know). My actual “just woke up face” scares my cat and requires an absurd amount of skill and investment in some pricey products. Good thing I found these helpful sources that can not only get me photo ready, but can help me save money too. 

You may be asking yourself, how will these sources help me? Well, if your a beginner or even a seasoned expert in makeup application there's something for you yet. These sources are chock-full of instructional guides, helpful tips, beauty tricks and diy recipes that will help you look your best. 

So, if you find yourself wondering how to make your eyeliner last or how to contour for your face shape, these helpful sources can teach you how to do just that. No more bugging those beauty store ladies with pancake makeup, spider lashes and wavy eyebrows. 

Make It up

If you've ever thought of making your own handmade beauty products, this is the perfect DIY guide for you. Author Marie Rayma provides easy-to-follow instructions to re-create her recipes. 

The Compassionate Chick's Guide to DIY Beauty

This pro-vegan self-help/beauty guide has lots of tips on how you can make your very own gluten-free, cruelty-free beauty products for cheap. 

PRO Makeup

This book is a step by step tutorial to teach you the tricks of the trade that professional makeup artists use. 

Bobbi Brown Makeup Manual

Famous makeup stylist, Bobbi Brown, compiles her makeup and skincare techniques into this handy makeup manual featuring detail photos and descriptions. 

Make your Own Pure Mineral Makeup

Save money with these easy recipes that are not only free of toxins and fragrances, but promote healthy skin. 

Here are more helpful sources with something to offer beginners to experts.

Where do you get your beauty tips? 

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