Today I'm introducing a new feature to The Glitter Vixen. Since I've started back at work again after a three week absence, I've finally started wearing makeup again, hooray! As a beauty blogger and Arbonne Independent Consultant, I am overwhelmed with products to choose from each day. I either end up using exactly the same products for weeks on end, ignoring the rest of my extensive collection, or I try to use everything at once, ending up with a room that looks like a bomb went off in Superdrug and absolutely no clean makeup brushes.

In an attempt to streamline my morning routine and rotate my makeup collection on a nice equal basis, I've started doing a "Face of the Week" or, FOTW. Every Sunday night, I pick out the products I want to use on my face and do the same makeup look Mon-Fri, ready to switch again over at the weekend. This way I'm not running round like a headless chicken in the morning trying to work out what my face should look like, I'm not using all my makeup brushes resulting in a massive cleaning pile each week for me and I get to showcase looks that do and don't work. Not to mention, it means all my makeup will get used properly and if it doesn't, I know what to get rid of without regret.

Of course, in true blogger style, I have to share my efforts with me, so today, here's my simple, everyday makeup look.

Products Used: 
Arbonne Primer, Arbonne Concealer, Arbonne Mineral Powder Foundation, Arbonne Blusher in Blossom, Arbonne Sheer Glow Highlighter in Bronze (sadly not available), Arbonne Eyeshadows in Vanilla, Java, Sand and Smoke, Rimmel Scandaleyes Eyeliner in Nude, Arbonne It's a Long Story Mascara and finally Arbonne Lip Liner in Pink Mauve with Lipstick in Rose Petal

As you can see, this results in a nice, simple, subtle every day look that one could easily get away with for school or work. I've really enjoyed wearing this as it's so quick and simple to do and it makes me look very put together with minimal effort. Perfect for someone who has just started wearing makeup again yet struggles to get out of bed to do anything more elaborate.

What does your everyday makeup look like?