Who doesn't want to look like Gigi Hadid? Not me. I want to. For sure. She is gorgeous, and I love her makeup look. So, I decided to do my best to recreate it. She seems to go for quite a natural pretty look, with a peachy tone on the eyes and cheeks and a pinky lip. I have been planning and researching this look for so long, and I am so excited to be finally doing it! I am also excited that is it almost spring, and I hope that this look will help you get in the mood for it. Let's begin!

Primer : Maybeline baby skin, which helped achieve a smooth flawless base. I also used some of the Rimmel good to glow liquid highlighter, to recreate Gigi's inner glow.

Foundation : L'oreal infallible matte. I used this foundation as I wanted a flawless, full coverage finish. Gigi does have really glowy skin, and this foundation is matte (it isn't a flat matte, it does have some reflect to it), but using the glowy base before hand really helped to get the perfect amount of dewiness.

Concealer : Maybeline fit me. I have been using this concealer on an everyday basis at the moment but I do think it is great for this look as it is really brightening under the eyes. It is also really creamy and hydrating, which makes it so comfortable to wear.

Powder : Soap and Glory Kick ass powder. This is again very brightening as it is yellow toned, otherwise known as a 'banana powder'. I loved using this for my Gigi look as it made me look very fresh faced.

Contour/Bronze : Soap and Glory Solar powder. I used the matte side to add a subtle contour as that is what Gigi often sports, before swirling both colours together for an overall bronze glow.

Blush : Makeup revolution blush in Treat. This is quite a peachy blush, which I thought was perfect for this look. It added a real glow, and I also took this through the crease of my eye as my transition shade. This not only helped tie the look together, it added a gorgeous orangey warmth to the eye, which I see Gigi wearing a lot.

Highlighter : Rimmel good to glow highlighter and Makeup revolution highlighter in Hidden lights. I really love using liquid and powder highlighters together as it really intensifies the glow. These highlighters are of the golden tone which complimented the eyes perfectly.

Brows : Soap and Glory brow archery, Bare Minerals loose brow powder and George brow tamer in Brunette. I used the pencil to outline the brows initially as I wanted to make them thicker than usual as Gigi has big, full brows. I then added the powder to fill them in and set them in place with the tamer. I brushed the hairs upwards when I set them in place as that is what Gigi does. (or her makeup artist) I have been using the brow tamer from George quite a lot recently and I have to say I am really impressed. I will be doing a full review of George Makeup soon as I have tried quite a few products, so let me know if you'd like that sooner rather than later.

Eye base : Kiko pearly eye primer. I used this as it has champagne gold colour to it, which I often see Gigi wearing on her eyelids.

Eye-shadow : Makeup revolution eye-shadow in Base (lid), Soap and Glory Solar powder (outer corner), Blush as mentioned in crease. These eyeshadows (or bronzers ha-ha) look so lovely and glowy together! I think they replicate Gigi's look so well and I was really pleased with how it turned out.

Eye liner : Makeup revolution awesome double flick liner, with Faint and Crave from the Naked Basics Palette smudged over the top. I love wearing dark eye-shadows over liquid eye-liners as it really softens the line, and gives it a more natural look. Gigi's eye liner isn't usually too noticeable, so I thought this worked greatly.

Mascara : Makeup revolution the viper. This is a very buildable mascara, so it was very easy to create that perfect fluttery, yet not over board or clumpy look. I love the effect it gave - very Gigi indeed.

Lips : Avon Luxe lipstick in Pink Satin and Model Co. Lip gloss in Striptease. The pink lipstick really replicates the colour Gigi usually wears, and the peachy tone of the Model Co. lip gloss helps to again tie in the whole look.

It also looked great with my glasses on, so I do recommend this look for glasses wearers too.

You can check out the other looks I have done here:

Christmas looks, can be worn any time really. 
Meal out makeup

I hope you enjoyed this post. Makeup posts take a long time to put together, especially when you link all the items for purchase! I have spent a long time planning and thinking this post through as I have mentioned, but I have had a lot of fun doing so. I love this look and will be definitely wearing it more. If you have any requests for future makeup looks, leave a comment on here or my instagram - @tlblogs or tweet me @gabriellaftpll. Don't forget to follow my social media and here on my blog. (If you have a blogger account it is easiest to add me to your reading list, I will always return!)

Bye for now,
Tamzin xxx


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