Makeup gives us a confidence boost, helps us look put-together and alive and is just plain FUN. Since I hit puberty and my skin went berserk, I wear NOTHING or I wear foundation, eye makeup, eye liner, mascara, blush and lipstick. Creating a ten minute busy mom makeup routine (as I call it) with Seint products has been a God-send and I’m not exaggerating.
**I did actually time myself this week when prepping this post and it took me exactly ten minutes!**
As a disclaimer, I am not a rep for this company. My dear friend and cohort Jennifer Hoffman is, however, and does makeup lessons and application for my MakeUpdate appointments with me, as well as color and image events. Her website is here.
This is the Seint Beauty mission, straight from the website: “If it came down to choosing a beautiful life or a flawless face, our choice would be a beautiful life every time. But wouldn’t it be great if you could have both? We believe makeup should be fun, easy, and quick! Seint Beauty was founded on the idea that makeup should be used to enhance the true beauty in a woman’s face, rather than covering it up.” YES!!
Jen is MY makeup artist for photo shoots, too, like this one.
But photo shoots are special occasions and it definitely took longer than ten minute so let’s focus on the way Seint products simplify your mom makeup routine!
There are four main things I love about Seint makeup:
- With only THREE shades, I can highlight and contour (they call it HAC, explained below) effortlessly and fill in my brows AND line my lips! And it’s all in one compact!
- The products allow my skin to show through in person. I’m not going for a perfectly flawless look, I want to look like me, moles and all.
- You can replace one tin at a time (so there’s no waste, unlike the compacts with colors you only use 20% of) from $14-$16 each.
- I look amazing in pictures wearing it. It’s like magic. I ENJOY taking selfies because it’s so good. (evidently it’s IIID–that’s awesome technology!)
I never tried any highlighting/contouring in years past because I didn’t know how and didn’t want to spend the time. Now it’s super easy and fast.
The main parts of the HAC are your highlighter, contour, blush, and illuminator. With normal makeup you would start with your foundation which gives your face an all over “flat look”. Then you add concealer, blush + contour and highlighter to bring more coverage, color and depth.
You’re adding layers upon layers of makeup, creating a heavy caked on look. When you HAC with Seint, you put on a highlighter, contour, and blush all at the same time…and not over each other. They go in their own spots, and then you blend. That IS the magic.
When I cheated on Seint
I’ll admit…I recently purchased drug store foundation and powder “just in case” I was out of my beloved Seint Beauty products. As previously mentioned, I cannot go without makeup. The color had an orange tint to it even though I bought the “neutral” shade vs. the warm one. It also didn’t look as smooth or glowy in pictures and it felt dry and heavy on. Yuck. Plus I’ve grown to love using the Seint brushes instead of my fingers!
(When you purchase below, it goes toward my “party” so I get a little credit from it which I very much appreciate!)
- Apply moisturizer
- Highlight of “sunlit” under my eyes to combat dark circles
- Highlight of “white peach” over most of my face (except the areas listed below)
- Contour of “olive” on the top of my forehead, under my bottom lip, along my cheek bones and under my jaw line
- Damp beauty blender sponge to blend, I just pat it all over
- Eye shadow for a warm/brown/neutral look: “finn” (a nice brown with some subtle sparkle) and/or “bubba” (a matte that reminds me of desert clay) eye shadow
- Eye shadow for a cool/neutral look: “gigi” (a neutral “greige”) or “kin” (a fun purple)
- Eyeliner (any black or brown will do)
- Contour “olive” again to line my lips if I’m wearing a darker shade
- Contour of “shadow” to fill in my brows (and sometimes as eyeliner)
- Blush (which can also be used on the lips): “hollywood” (a gorgeous and fresh pinky/peach with subtle shimmer) or “summer love” (a lovely, neutral pink) applied to apples of the cheeks and blend with sponge
The Seint quad compacts are beautiful and hold four full-size tins or eight eye shadows. Here is mine. I now have two: one for eye shadows and blush and one for highlight and contour. There are other designs and sizes available here.
Application is everything!
Note: The Seint colors look dark and/or bright in the tin but they blend beautifully and have buildable coverage.
As for specific Seint help, Jen would be happy to color match you and recommend the perfect makeup capsule for you and create your own busy mom makeup routine whether you’re a mom or not!
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If you are local to Phoenix or planning to visit soon, explore the Color Analysis with makeup lesson and application option! Click here for more information.
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All my specific colors!