By Sinead M'Gee
Here at the 1000Hour HQ office, we like to have a little sticky beak into what products live in our staff’s makeup bags. This month, we’re peaking into the newbie in the office, Content Specialist, Sinead.
I consider myself a bit of a skincare advocate, so most of the products in my makeup bag consist of serums, creams and more serums. I’m all about that dewy glowy look ya’feel? So, here are my essentials to achieving that luminous glow.
Go-To Face Hero – My absolute favourite of all the oils and serums I own and I’m sucker for anything peach coloured.
Tatcha Water Cream – I’m obsessed with this incredible Japanese skincare brand. This cream almost feels like I’m wearing nothing at all but with all the benefits.
The Ordinary Foundation Serum – This foundation has been a personal favourite for a while now. It’s light weight, dewy and gives me that perfect glow.
Eye of Horus Goddess Mascara – I have recently converted to this incredible mascara and I won’t be turning back. It’s perfectly pigmentated, doesn’t smuge and gives my lashes that added volume. Oh, it’s vegan and cruelty free! Yay for clean beauty.
1000Hour Clear Brow Gel – As someone who was #blessed with big bushy brows, this product is a godsend to tame my brows on a regular basis.
Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge – These sponges have become a bit of a permanent resident in my makeup bag over the years. Tip – they really should only take residence for a month or so before changing to a new one. Hygiene 101!
Ultraviolet Queen Screen– A little SPF goes a long way. If I’m leaving the house, Ultraviolet will no doubt be on my face.
1000Hour Individual Lashes in Short to Medium – I’ll be the first to admit I’m not the best person at applying falsies. But, whenever I’m heading out for a special night out with the girls, these guys are a must to complete my look.
Morphe 9D Painted Desert Artistry Palette – This is my dream palette; I love all the warm tones. I’m especially loving burnt orange at the moment, it’s my go-to if I’m looking to spice things up a little.