BIG NEWS! I am officially a SEINT MAKEUP ARTIST! I feel like this couldn’t have come at a better time. I’ve been using SEINT makeup for a couple of years now after featuring it in a previous beauty blog post. Back then, I was so busy with blogging and Instagram, that I didn’t give much thought to becoming an artist. Now that I’m switching gears, I’ve decided to start spreading the word about this game-changing makeup. I’ve always set out to inspire women to look and feel beautiful and I love how this makeup creates an easy morning routine that isn’t overwhelming but produces amazing results.
What is SEINT Beauty?
SEINT Beauty is a makeup system where you apply ONE layer of makeup while still achieving excellent foundation coverage and sculpted definition. The highlight, contour, and blush (a.k.a. “HAC”) palettes are entirely colour-matched for your skin and act as your base foundation. Why is this amazing? Because it’s easy and a huge time-saver! Once you get the hang of it, it can take you mere minutes to do your makeup in the morning. SEINT is a cream makeup that is blendable and hydrating for your skin called IIID (3D) makeup. It doesn’t settle into wrinkles and blends out to a flawless finish using a makeup brush or beauty blender. SEINT products are cruelty-free, paraben-free, and gluten-free.
SEINT is so It is my goal to enhance your natural beauty. To give you the confidence to slay every day!
How do you Order SEINT Makeup?
SEINT makeup arrives at your doorstep in the tins as shown above. You slide off each cover and pop it into a magnetic palette. These customizable palettes can fit anywhere from 1 layer of 4 tins to 3 layers of 60 tins! You build your own palette including a highlight, contour, and blush with additional options offsetting powder, bronzer, colour correctors and eyeshadows! Imagine your whole makeup routine in one palette! And think of how easy that is for travelling!
How do you Apply SEINT Makeup?
I find the best way to apply SEINT is to use my fingertips to apply dots of makeup to my face in the order below.
Contour is a cream foundation that sculpts and accentuates your natural features to add dimension and definition. Apply Contour around the edges of your face, under your jawline and down your neck, along the sides of your nose bridge, and directly beneath your cheekbones.
Highlight is a cream foundation that brightens and smooths your skin tone to give your face a luminous glow.
Apply Highlight to the bridge of the nose, beneath your eyes and down the side of the nose in a pie-piece shape, between your brows, on the chin, and along the jawline.
Lip + Cheek apply your cheek blush after you highlight and contour. These also double as a lip tint or lipstick! They are available in gloss, satin and semi-gloss.
- Brightening Highlight
Illuminator is a sheer cream that adds a hint of light-catching shimmer to perfect your look. Apply Illuminator with your fingertip to the top of your cheekbones, the bow of your lip, and beneath the arch of your brow. I use my fingertip instead of a brush for this. Follow up with Vanilla Dust setting powder all over, using your powder brush!
SEINT COLOUR-MATCH FORM
There are two ways to order SEINT products. You are welcome to choose your own shades from my website or I can help you build a palette that’s colour-match to your skin tone. It’s super easy and I can have you matched within a day. Click the photo below or go here to the quick colour-match form! All you need is a no-makeup selfie in natural light. Remember, this is only to help correctly match your perfect colours, so don’t be shy!
Which SEINT Brushes do I Need?
One of the most important things that you shouldn’t ignore is to invest in a good set of brushes. To be totally honest, the SEINT brushes are my favourites!!! The must-have staple IIID brush which can be purchased with your initial palette is what is used to do your highlight and contour. I fell in love with the quality so I purchased the eyeshadow brush and the powder brush. You’ll love that all SEINT brushes are double-ended, so they take up less space and are easy to travel with.
I created a blog post called Paint by Numbers Makeup- How to Highlight and Contour a couple of years ago and it is still bringing people to my blog every day!