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  2. What are the top 3 things you’d like to see in a lipstick video?
  3. What would you like to see in a custom beauty box and do you like getting them?
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  5. Really like making and posting makeup video how-to’s. Lots of fun and I get to teach others how to make their makeup look flawless, regardless of age, face size and shape and budget. So fun and the quarantine time allowed me to spend more time on it.
  6. painting. I just took a class remotely and I have about 15 oil paint colors now. Painting helps with issues of focus too. I'm taking a drawing class this fall because my proportions and depth were off a lot. 👽
  7. I was looking to find what primer, moisturizer would look good under a matt foundation. Also, what primer, moisturizer would go good under a Dewey foundation. I’m fairly new to do make up and I cannot make my foundation look good at all.
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  9. I used to love Christian Dior’s palette but I found that during the day it would fade since I have oily eyelids. Nowadays, I used SeneGence’s ShadowSense creme-to-powder finish eye shadow tubes as they are water-proof, smudge-proof and budge-proof so I don’t use a palette per se since I have a huge collection of these tubes to mix and match! They have a multitude of colours and finishes (matte, shimmer and glitter) and they blend like a dream! Not only that, I use them for eyeliner, highlight, concealer, contouring, blush, brows, mascara, and costume makeup too so there’s a lot of versatility to the fun!
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    What products does it look like Timothée Chalamet had on at the 2017 golden globes? Self-tanner, foundation, tinted moisturizer, something on his lips, etc? Can never find info on who does his grooming
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  12. I think the makeup samples would be get my any markting or sales man person who are promoting the makeup products then by giving samples in the shops and women for getting more sales ..
  13. I love to do gardening and mowing in my free time. Recently I bought my new riding lawn mower for mowing my lawn. Whenever I mow my yard, I feel so happy and relaxed because I have to sit on my ride, start the engine, and start mowing. It doesn't require any more effort. When the mowing is done, I planted my garden with beautiful flowers and a cup of tea in my lawn.
  14. There are a number of topical creams to treat arthritis pain and let feel you better, but for timely relief, you need a product that has active ingredients. Penetrating into the affected area, these ingredients reduce inflammation and stiffness to make you feel pain free.
  15. My ringtone is Mi Pan Su Su Sum is currently the funniest song in the world right now.
  16. Used up Avon Far Away Roll On Deodorant and pack of Members Mark [from Sams Club] makeup cleansing cloths. Yesterday I studied for my exam from 3:15 am to 6:15 am. Then I had breakfast and went out to see the sunrise. Worked on my main job from 9 to 5, was engaged and motivated and productive! Then had some dinner and studied from 7 to 8 pm, then bed. I love being busy and productive! My laundry is all done. I have to start using my pretty Sand and Sky exfoliating treatment mini. I have three Sand and Sky minis and never tried them yet. They are Australian, make skin products using Australian Pink Clay and other ingredients from that great land. I want to go to bed early and study in the predawn hours before Monday work.
  17. Best Halloween beauty makeup
  18. The eyelid sagging is the case that one or both upper eyelids droop. As you get older, a deformation may occur in the muscle responsible for lifting and lowering the eyelids. This is the most common type of droopy or saggy eyelids. Age-related eyelid drooping can be corrected by various herbal treatments, exercises or eyelid surgery. There are also other reasons of eyelid drooping. Some neurological disorders, muscle diseases, eye trauma or excessive skin formation on the eyelid can cause eyelid drooping. In addition, the impairment in the development of the muscle that lifts the eyelid causes droopy eyelids in children. For these children there is a chance that lazy eye can occur in time so it is necessary to take a doctor's recommendation to avoid this situation.
  19. For any girl hitched to be married, her wedding day is surely the most awaited one and we can completely understand the spur to plan an ideal ceremony! As exhilarating as wedding planning can be, it comes with its bouquet of challenges and can be a little overwhelming. Considering the fact that we are currently living in a pandemic situation and have been in one or the other way limited to plan the big day, it can understandably be stressful for someone in a bride’s shoes! To help you lovely girls plan a stress-free wedding, we have curated some simple yet helpful tips for you to try while at home, which, we believe, will help you have a calmer and more relaxed process of wedding planning! Meditate your way through the day Our first tip is something we have all heard from someone or from somewhere and with all our heart we agree, meditation is magical. For all of you who haven’t yet come around in incorporating meditation in your routine, the timing couldn’t be more perfect than it is now! Try to encapsulate in your daily to-do list, some time for meditation and let all the stress walk out of your body. For stress, anyway, isn’t the best suit for any bride to be in, are we right? Hydrate! It’s super important If you haven’t reminded yourself to do this today, this is your reminder! Have some water right now. We will proceed after you take a sip! Assuming that you have had the most crucial drink of the day and are back now, let us reinforce this ladies, water is quite literally a life savior! It is a proven fact that dehydration leads to increased stress level and you surely don’t need that right now! So please drink up tons of water and stay hydrated so you can deal better with all that is up your sleeve. The times are indeed hard but your wedding plan doesn’t have to be ! Keep the squad close Whether it is a close aunt, a first cousin or a best friend, your squad is sure to be the life of every wedding function, and why not? They have also awaited your wedding with you right from the day you met your partner for the first time! From picking up the outfits for different ceremonies, to booking the venue and everything in between, you know they have got your back. Stay connected, keep having conversations about what’s on your mind, and in short, keep in touch with your loved ones! Not only are they our stress busters but we also value their opinions in our choices. So don’t forget to keep your squad close! The list of priorities A huge part of wedding planning goes into setting your priorities aside and the need to keep a priority list in hand will undoubtedly be resourceful while planning a wedding during these times. Things like the venue, the outfits, the guest list and pre-booking your makeup artist, can be well streamlined with a priority list. Just a gentle reminder, though. While taking care of your priorities , make sure that self care and me-time are also in your list. We know you have a lot on your plate, especially right now, but believe us, some me-time will go a long way in keeping you recharged for all the exciting times ahead! Talk to your makeup artist Last but not the least, talk to your makeup artist. There is a special bond every bride-to-be develops with her makeup artist during her wedding planning and quite naturally so! While preparing for your D-day amidst the pandemic, post booking your makeup artist, talk to her in detail. Discuss your vision, how you wish to appear in all of the ceremonies, what are your inhibitions and everything in between. A forthcoming bridal makeup artist will guide you in the best guidance and help you plan the wedding you deserve. We hope these tips were helpful to you and we wish you all the best for your dream wedding. And if you book with us, we will make sure your vision comes to reality on your special day!
  20. Working hard on studying really a lot for the job I want to get, and enjoying it. I used up the following: Mini Glamglow Supermud Clearing Treatment Cosmetique Sistina 1.5 ounce hand and body lotion Finally finished every last bit of full sized Yves Rocher White Botanical Cream! The next beauty products I will be working on will be: Yves Rocher Pure Calmille 2 in 1 cleanser and toner and Pure Calmille 2 in 1 face and body cream! I like the idea of the pretty floral products for late summer, with the simplicity and laziness factor of them being 2 in 1 products. I was at the store today and had fun looking at clothes and new products. Was not allowed to buy, because I don't need anything, but I saw a new St Ives Rose Water shower gel with a new bottle design, and they have a new hemp body cream too.
  21. At the special occation of the Halloween most of the wear costume weahter some people doing make up of the zimbie.....
  22. It's nice to see that you had such a pleasant time. Actually, I have been imagined myself such a way of relaxing like it was with you.
  23. Hey everyone, new member here so apologies if I'm posting in the wrong area. I've decided to join today as I need some advice about hair removal - so lets start from the beginning... I have pretty much always shaved when it comes to any form of hair removal because its the 'easieast' way for me but I'm sick of the drawbacks. I have always struggled with either nicking myself by accident, causing ingrown hairs and shaving rash. In the past year these issues have really worsened as my skin has become more reactive and sensitive, so EVERY single time I shave I come up in hives, rashes and all sorts of lumps and bumps the next day. As you can imagine, this is a huge issue for things like fake tanning where you shave the night before, as by the next day I'm covered in rashes and uneven skin tone. It's also an issue in summer when I plan to wear shorts or a skirt the next day (so if I shave the night before to go to the beach the following day) as it just ruins my confidence when I'm covered in red blobs. Not only that, it's just generally uncomfortable so I'm now looking into other methods of hair removal. I have previously used hair removal cream as it appeared to be such an easy, quick way but I find it just melts my hair off so that it appears as stubble and I have to use a ridiculous amount of it to get all my hair (buying 2 or 3 bottles everytime I want to fake tan). I also struggled with timing, by the time I have applied it to one area of my leg, I need to apply it somewhere else but I will lose count of whats been where for how long and due to my sensitive skin this often ended badly. I just didn't find the hassle, time and money was worth it for such an unsatisfying result. However, I did enjoy using hair removal cream on my intimate areas before shaving, as it tended to weaken the hair and soften it so that shaving was much easier after -but, again, I might as well just shave instead. My next choice was waxing as I know it's supposed to have positive long term effects (reducing hyper pigmentation and just generally a longer lasting result which I would like.) I have used soft wax in the past but always struggled with it, find it too painful, too sticky and hard to remove. I also found it doesn't remove all my hairs and still caused me to come up in hives, so it wasn't worth the fuss, leading me back to shaving. However, I recently bought a wax heater and some good quality wax beads and tried this instead. This worked pretty well, it seemed to pick up a lot of hair, was a whole lot less painful than soft wax and not very messy at all. My only issue was that no matter what I do, the wax doesn't seem to pick up all my hair! I've watched videos and read articles on how to prep the skin, I would shower and exfoliate beforehand which seemed to help a bit but not completely. I also saw tips such as covering the skin in a light layerof oil or baby powder before applying the wax to allow the wax to adhere to the hair not the skin, but this didn't help either. The baby powder just made it less painful and the oil just caused the wax to slip around. At first, I thought it was due to the bad quality, cheap beads that came with the heater so I bought some salon quality ones, which admittedly were much better, but I still have a lot of hair left behind!! It's super frustrating as I really hoped this method would work for me, for the most part it did as my legs looked visibly smooth, but to the touch they were still hairy in areas and it was really hard to see where I had missed. I ended up just going back over each area which caused me to use a ridiculous amount of wax and didn't really give a better result. So I apologise for the essay but I'm really a bit lost as to what I can do. I'm a university student so I can't afford to keep going to salons and paying for hair removal, especially when there are so many at home options. My leg hairs are also very dark in colour and I'm quite pale so they are really obvious, as soon as they start to come through I am really limited as to what I can wear. I try to avoid shaving because by the next day I'm covered in bumps and I hate going out looking like that but I don't have much choice. It's beginning to really damage my confidence and I cant wear any of my cute outfits as I tend to stick to a hoodie and leggings to avoid the issue. Any advice would be really helpful. I'm not a professional by any means so I'm sure I've done something wrong, along the lines of application or products used. I am open to trying any one of the hair removal methods that I mentioned again with proper advice. Thanks!
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