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Ashley Nicole Zollman

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  1. Hi! Welcome. What's your favorite perfume?
  2. Thank you so much for watching! Products Used: Elf Eyelid Primer in Sheer Elf Eye Liner Primer & Sealer Urban Decay Vice 3: Downfall, Sonic, Reign Urban Decay Vice 4: Flame, Bitter Urban Decay Vice LTD: Anonymous (Which is also in the Vice 1 Palette as well) Elf Contour Palette Elf Mineral Infused Mascara Elf Makeup Mist & Set in Illuminating Elf Mineral Liner in Ash Cheap no name lashes Broadway Eyelash Glue Elf Mineral Liner in Black Elf Baked Highlighter in Moonlight Pearl The Balm Hot Mama Blush Elf Hydrating Undereye Primer Colourpop Lippie Pencil in Skimpy MAC Lipstick in Hue
  3. Products Used: Elf Eyelid Primer Elf Primer & Sealer Elf Prism Palette in Sunset Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Shakedown Elf Makeup Mist & Set Urban Decay 24/7 Liner in Faint Colourpop Creme Liner in Swerve Stila Smudgestick in Damsel Elf Mineral Infused Mascara Elf Jumbo Eyeshadow Stick in Little Miss thing Elf Contour Palette Colourpop Super Shock Cheek in Smokin Whistles Elf HD Lifting Concealers in Brightening and Fair MAC Blush in Personal Style Elf Hydrating Undereye Primer Colourpop Ultra Matte Lipstick in Tulle Elf HD Powder in Corrective Yellow
  4. YAS! I love wearing crazy and bold colors. Maybe I'm weird, but I think of my face as a canvas for my creativity! Picture below is relevant: It's me with blue lipstick. (I DO NOT wear this to work!)
  5. I have combination skin as well, and I seem to be extremely dry on each side of my nose (like where my nose meets the rest of my face) as well as on each side of my chin (I'm talking gross patchy and flaky skin) I apply a hyaluronic acid serum before my primer (which is silicone based) and the serum helps to lock in moisture where I need it (the dry super flaky spots) and then I apply a moisturizing foundation (I use the Elf Cosmetics Moisturizing Foundation Stick in Ivory and Natural) My skin looks flawless for about 10 hours without blotting and flaking. The finish of the foundation is pretty nice and it covers my freckles pretty well. I know that Elf doesn't work for everyone, but it's only $6.00 and it may be worth giving a chance. What kind of moisturizer are you using? And out of curiousity, have you by any chance had the chance to try a light lactic acid peel? I do them on myself as well as a friend of mine who's skin over produces oil. We do one once a week and on her, I use a 30% Lactic Acid which is weak but still has enough potency to do the job. I leave it on her for 60 seconds and she goes 6-7 days without oily skin. Now for the dry skin, the peel actually exfoliates the dead skin which reveals healthy and fresh vibrant skin. You'd still need to moisturize. Both the peel and the hyaluronic acid as a duo will help lighten freckles, reduce the appearance of scars, lighten any hyperpigmentation of the skin as well as reduce and prevent wrinkles. If a chemical peel sounds scary, you could find a facial cleanser and toner that have a small percent in them to use daily which may keep the shine at bay and possibly a good moisturizer or even a sleeping pack (it's the Korean and Japanese version of a night cream that traps moisture and there's a super good one that is less than $5.00 online I could recommend) may help do the trick.
  6. I'd say that they are pretty similar in usage. I used to adore the Makeup Forever HD Foundation Stick. I'd apply a bit to my chin, cheek bones, forehead and nose then take a flat top powder brush and buff it in. Just a little bit went a long way and I noticed that I was actually using less product than I would with a liquid. In a pinch I stopped by Target to buy a foundation until I could order more online, and I noticed that Elf cosmetics (which is a more affordable brand) had a Foundation Stick as well. I purchased one for contouring and one for an actual foundation. I was extremely shocked that a $6.00 drugstore foundation had the same coverage, texture, and longevity as the one I had been paying $43.00 for. Everyone's skin is different, but I haven't purchased the MUFE Foundation Stick in about 2 years now. If you get a chance to try a foundation stick that's dark enough to contour with, you should give it a go! The consistency blends incredibly well.
  7. Hi everyone! My name is Nikki. I've come here to help learn, grow and contribute to the community as well as make some new beauty friends. I'm 32 years young, and my love for all things beauty related started about 5 years ago. I'm a self taught makeup artist, so I do weddings, makeup for prom, and fashion events in my city. I cut and dye my own hair, I do my own gel and acrylics, I do my own brows, I do my own microdermabrasion, I do my own skin peels and more. I find that by doing these things myself, I save quite a bit of money and it's pretty fun! I did go to school for cosmetology and hair, but it was incredibly hard to find a decent job in the city that I live in, so I have a "Day Job" and make youtube beauty videos for fun. I'm always implementing feedback and new techniques, and I like to share my opinions on a beauty blog that I have as well as Youtube. I use all price range of brands--from Elf Cosmetics to Sephora brands as well as MAC. I'm all about getting my money's worth and to be honest with you, there are quite a few drugstore items that I personally prefer over some high end stuff. I just started taking care of my skin about 2 years ago, and I have been doing so much research the past few years to find out what works and what doesn't. I'm so happy that I found this community--and I can't wait to get to know you guys! If any of you have any questions, ask away! The picture below is the most recent picture of me--so you guys can put a face to the name.

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