Get The Look: Rimmel Festival Look Under $100*

Marisa Robinson Makeup Artist Rimmel Festival Makeup Look

What if I said you could create this fun, festival makeup look for under $100*? 
Hard to believe right? Well for a limited time at Priceline (in store and online) you can purchase any 2 Rimmel products and receive a 3rd Rimmel product of lesser or equal value for FREE*!

I have created this whole look using only Rimmel cosmetics. I love their range because it is affordable, easily accessible and on trend with a beautiful, long lasting formula.

Prep the skin and create a smooth base by applying Rimmel Lasting Finish Primer to the entire face. Then dot Rimmel Lasting Finish Foundation onto the face and blend with a damp makeup sponge. This would have to be one of my all time favourite drug store foundations! The formula provides great, buildable coverage, it sits beautifully on the skin and for only $18.95 it is a great everyday foundation.

Once done, set the face using the Rimmel Transparent Loose Powder.

Contour and highlight the high points of the face (brow bone, tops of the cheekbones, cupids bow and bride of the nose) and add some colour to the apples of the cheeks using Rimmel By Kate Moss Sculpting Palette. This palette is absolutely gorgeous and creates a beautiful, sun kissed glow perfect for that lit from within look.

Shape and feather the brows using the Rimmel Brow This Way Eyebrow Kit and with the included angle brush define using the wax and fill and fix in place using the powder. Use the included spoolie brush to blend the product through the brows for a natural look.

Marisa Robinson Makeup Artist Rimmel Festival Makeup Look

I wanted the white and blue liner to be the main focus of my eyes so I didn't apply any eyeshadow to the lids. Just ensure you have set the eye lids using the translucent loose powder for a polished base.

Using the white Rimmel Colour Precise Liner, line the upper lash line and flick out the ends for a modern take on a classic winged liner look. I added a white dot at the end of each wing for a subtle nod to the festival tribal trend. Then take a blue cream liner (I used the blue liner from the Rimmel Magnif'Eyes Double Ended Shadow and Liner in 'Blue and Grey') and take it through the inner, lower water line. I preferred using a cream liner for this as it was softer and gentler on my waterline compared to a pencil.

Complete the eyes by applying two coats of the Rimmel Supercurler Mascara to the upper and lower lashes for longer, voluminous lashes.

I wanted a bold and long lasting lip and the Rimmel Provocalips 16 hour Lip Colour in 'Not Guilty' was perfect! This is a 2 step lip formula in which you start by applying the colour that drys to a matte finish but then you apply the top coat to lock in the colour and add shine! I wore this lipstick all day and it didn't move one bit! In fact it wasn't until I used my makeup remover that night that I was able to remove it - perfect for that all day festival pout!


*Total Rimmel products used to create this look equals $99.70 AUD as part of the Priceline Buy 2 Rimmel products and get the 3rd Rimmel product of equal or lesser value FREE promotion. Offer valid for a limited time only and while stocks last at Priceline.