How to nail Katy Perry’s minimal makeup look in 6 steps

Get her gorgeous glow!
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Need a new everyday go-to makeup look? Look (lol) no further! We’re getting major inspo from Katy Perry‘s minimal ~visage~ and have got a simple how-to with COVERGIRL ready and waiting. 

Want this👇 face? 

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Yeah you do! It’s easier than you think and can achieved in six quick steps, with six must-have products. Let’s get into it…

Step 1.

Skip priming and concealing and save time by using COVERGIRL’s Outlast Stay Fabulous 3 in 1 Foundation. Apply to your entire face using your fave foundation brush. 

Step 2.

Swipe COVERGIRL truBLEND Blush (or Bronzer if that’s more your jam) onto the apples of your cheeks for a rosy glow.

Step 3.

We’re already done with the face, onto the eyes! Grab your COVERGIRL Eyeshadow Quads (any quad will do but Katy’s look is best achieved with Notice Me Nudes). Apply the lightest shade to the inner corner and brow bone, then the second lightest shade to the middle of the lid, finishing with the darkest in the outer corner, blending inwards in a windscreen wiper motion. 

Step 4.

Now for those perfect Katy Kat flicks! Starting in the middle of the lash line and working outwards, get your cat-eye on with COVERGIRL Intensify Me Liner. Then go back and join the inner corner to the middle with a fine line. We want the liner to be heaviest on the outside here. 

Step 5.

We’re almost done! Grab your COVERGIRL Lashblast Volume Mascara and apply to your lashes. Pro tip: roll (instead of swipe) the wand from bottom to top to get thick even coverage. 

Step 6.

Get your fave peach shade (we love COVERGIRL Colourliciuous Lipstick in Decadant Peach) and apply to your pout. 

VOILA! You’re basically Katy now! 

There’s a reason Katy is a COVERGIRL ambassador, it’s super affordable, high quality and SO perfect to create amazing, dramatic looks.

The products are a steal with everything used here coming in under $22! 

You can pick up COVERGIRL at Priceline, Big W, Woolworths, Coles, Target and Kmart. 

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