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  1. I agree, I just think that the liner needs to be thinner. I would also make sure to blend the contouring. It really looks great though
  2. Wow that color is gorgeous on you! I'm thinking maybe a rich dark brown with lighter browns to frame the face (with no red tones on it). The red tones in the first picture doesn't seem to suit your skin tone- at least not as much as the 2nd picture. That is soley my opinion though.
  3. Oh my gosh, its Manila! Thanks zadidoll! You just made my day Love watching Rupaul's show "untucked"
  4. @Countess Carnage --- wow those contacts are fierce! Love the FOTD ladies going to try some soon I need lots of practice since i have deep set eyes and i feel silly when i put eyeshadow :/
  5. I agree! Do you have pics of you with your dark brown hair? Maybe you just need to go back to your original hair color and add some low/high lights
  6. Hello! This listing is for Body Bling Natural beige foundation I bought this online, and realized as soon as i opened the package it def was not my color It has not been used or open. And because I have small mineral jars I didn't buy any from the company so they sent my foundation in a large screw jar. The ingredients are the following: titanium dioxide, serecite, boron, iron oxides, kayolin clay This is a lot of foundation so you will be set for a very looong time : Weight/Volume foundation from body bling is : 29grams (1 full oz) For reference I have an everday mineral foundation large which states its weight/volume : 5.5 grams (0.19 ounces) If you are interested please PM me. If you need more pictures please message me. I would gladly accept Lioele triple solution or Lioele Green tint.
  7. I would have to concur, ELF sells two different types of primers both are inexpensive and work well. Concealers works well if added with some face or body lotion. The latter is shown in many youtube video tutorials. In all honestly, it really boils down to how well you prep your skin before the primer. If you didn't wash your face before adding a primer then eyeshadows tends to be "cakey" or all together disappear.

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