Well, I'm not going to post pictures but this is what I do for makeup. You'll notice I exclusively use Mary Kay makeup. That's because my mom is a Mary Kay consultant so that's what I started using when I first started wearing makeup and doing skin care. Now, my mom gives me a discount.
Plus, Mary Kay doesn't sell stuff in stores. They sell stuff through consultants and they really emphasize trying stuff before you buy it which sometimes, you can't do at stores.
Eyes: I have two main "looks" that I do. I do this look if I want to be wearing makeup but I don't want to wear much and I don't want the makeup to be as obvious. Like if I'm late to class or I'm going skiing or I'm visiting *certain* relatives that don't really aprove of makeup. So I want to wear makeup because I like the way it enhances my looks and I want to be me around them so I just go for a less-is-more look. I cover my entire eyelid (all the way down from my eyebrow) in Beach Blond cream eye shadow. It's a highlighter shade so it's not super noticeable but enhances my eyes and has a shimmer to it. Then, I use either Deep Brown eyeliner or I use Mary Kay's luxury liner (a liquid eyeliner) in Brown. Sometimes, I'll add a touch of a brown shade in the outside corner as a midtone or accent shade.
The other look is the one I wear the most and I LOVE. Once again, I cover my entire lid in Beach Blond. Then, I add Glacier Gray cream eye shadow in the outside corners (starting about 2/3 of the way across my eye) as a midtone. Now, sometimes I'll vary it. I'll add an accent color based on what I'm wearing sometimes. Just a hint of color: pink, purple, blue, brown, etc. I use Loose Eye Shadow in Pink Organza or Lilac Lace (light purple); Mineral Eye Color in Sweet Plum (dark purple), Denim Frost (blue), Amber Blaze (a copper/brown shade), or Lemon Grass (light green). Also, I will sometimes use the shades (light blue, light green, and light brown) from Mary Kay's Coastal Colors collection. Mostly though, I don't add a color in the corner because I like the way it looks without it. Then, I add either black or steely (a dark grey) eyeliner. I don't line my entire eye. I add a thin line along my entire upper lid (sometimes, again, if I'm visiting relatives, I'll only line about 1/4 to 1/3 of my upper lid from the outside corner). Then, I'll line a tiny bit of my lower lid. Just 1/4 to 1/3 from the outside corner of the lower lid. Depending on the day, I'll add Lash Love mascara in black. I always curl my lashes first. I wear mascara pretty much every day in the summer. In the winter, it depends. I go to college wear it's really cold: -20 down to -50 Farenheit for about 3 months in the winter. When it's that cold, I have to wear a scarf over my face when walking to class. That funnels my breath upward and it freezes on my lashes. Which means, once I get out of the cold, I pull the ice off my eye lashes as it melts. So I get mascara all over my hands when I do that. So when it's that cold, I don't wear mascara very often.
Mary Kay's cream eye shadow is AMAZING. I tried them while I was home for Christmas (awesome thing about a mom who's a consultant: she has all these samples and I get to try all the new stuff!) and fell in love. Now, I don't wear anything else except for accent colors. The shadow has primer mixed in so it doesn't really form a line in the crease at all.
I use Medium-Coverage cream foundation in Beige 300. Under that, I will occasionally use Mary Kay's Oil Mattifier. I have slightly oily skin so that helps keep my skin from becoming shiny throughout the day. Over that, I wear Sheer Mineral Pressed Powder in Beige 1. This helps absorb any oil and also helps keep my skin from appearing "flat" (for lack of a better term) after applying foundation. I use concealor in Ivory to cover any pimples or red spots. I used to wear blush on occasion but I don't very often anymore. Also, my blush broke the last time I was travelling and I never got around to getting another one. I don't break out very much but I do have a couple red spots from pimples that persist for weeks afterward. I use concealer every day to cover these and any other little marks I may have. I don't use foundation every day. Only when I really want to look nice. I love the way it makes my skin look: so even and smooth!
I also use TONS of skin care products. I use Mary Kay's Timewise 3-in-1 Cleanser and Timewise Moisturizer for combination/oily skin every evening. I also use Blemish Control Toner which helps keep the pores on my nose clear. I use Firming Eye Cream on my eyes. It helps firm the skin and reduce wrinkles and lines. I don't have to worry about that yet but it's always best to start early. I also use Replenishing Serum+C at night before using moisturizer. It has lots of vitamins and ingredients in it to just help keep your skin smooth and young-looking and healthy. I also occaisonally use Oil-Free Hydrating Gel which is extra moisturization. I usually only use it on my forehead and nose in the winter time. The winter air really dries out my skin.
EDIT: Ok, I decided to post pictures because I was bored.
I took pictures of every step but when I actually looked at them full size instead of just on the screen on my camera, they were all out of focus.
Maybe next time.