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  1. Name :Ashlan Birthday: Dec 17 Favorite Colour: Purple Hair Colour: natural Blonde Age You Started Wearing Makeup: Twelve Favorite Beauty Product: MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack Favorite Beauty Brand: Loving the indie brands atm, can't choose just one. Best Beauty Tip: Wash your face EVERY NIGHT! Lipstick or LipGloss: Lipstick Beauty Style: (Natural, Trendy, Classic..etc) Dramatic Fashion Style: Alternative Favorite Designer: Dior Celebrity Icons Style You Admire Most: Eva Longoria, Dita Von Teese, Scarlett Johanson, Rachel McAdams, Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Mansfield
  2. Detrivore sells a high quality primer and other cosmetics for cheap cheap cheap. The primer is $5. Evil shades has 3 different primer colours at $10.00/pop. And you don't need very much. Small businesses will surprise you! http://www.detrivorecosmetics.net/Primer_c_7.html#top http://www.evilshades.com/category_15/Evileyes-Primer.htm
  3. On my quest for natural skin care, Lush really really disappointed me. I gave it 3 months to work and my skin got worse and worse. Two other disasters were pro-active (great....for 2 months....) and Vichy (so expensive, such a let-down.) At the moment I'm using Burt's Bees.... it seems to be okay, I can't REALLY say because it's only been a week. But prior to that I was using Neostrata, which isn't drying at all and actually cleared up my skin quite a bit.I still won't be satisfied until I find an organic, natural line to solve my problems.
  4. I'm really interested in natural skin care lines. I've used products from a company local to me (nezza naturals) and burt's bees, but I'm wondering what you guys think about brands like angel face botanicals and korres, or if you know of any i haven't heard of? I have oily, acne prone skin, and unfortunately I haven't found a natural line that can clear it up..... Also anti-aging lines would be good too! I'm trying t get my momma on the natural path
  5. This is what I started doing when I first started. Also blogs are extremely helpful. I like Viola @ http://solomag.se/killercolours/ and Celina @ http://bycelina.com/. Michelle Phan is also really great for beginner/intermediate looks on youtube and she explains everything really well.
  6. I like the Balm's Balms Away eye makeup break up. Its like vaseline in texture, rub it on, wipe it off, gone. I wear false eyelashes pretty much every day and the glue is hard for most products to take off, not this stuff. And it lasts forever https://www.thebalm.com/makeup/balmsaway.htm
  7. Seems to me it was more of problem with the employee than the actual service, she should have known better than to tell you the womans name and send you the email, she was just being careless. I would let the bigwhigs of the company know so they can speak to or remove the employee.
  8. It's hard to get Napoleon where I'm from! The colour and quality give me cravings..... I NEEEEEED: 1) Lip Pencil 2) Loose Eye Dusts 3)Color Disks (where else can you get a colour like Pink Slink?) 4)Boudoir Mist Spray Foundation 5)Patrol Conceal it 6)Mosaic Powder and Puff I could really go on!
  9. You dip your finger in alcohol (vodka will work too, i even used JD once...) then press the newspaper over your nail, it's really easy and looks so good!

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