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About iGlamorBar

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  • About Me
    I am a Makeup Artist and blogger at iglamorbar.com. I have a degree in psychology and have worked as a case manager in the social services field but beauty, makeup and fashion is my passion. I love to help others which is what attracted me in the social services field. To help others with what I love to do is a great day for me.
  • My Interests
    Makeup, Music, Art, Crafts, How to's, photography.
  • My Occupation
    Makeup Artist
  • Custom Links
    www.iglamorbar.com
    www.iglamorbar.tumblr.com
  • Country
    USA
  • My Favorite Movies
    Finding Nemo
    Mean Girls
  • Favorite Music
    Anything that can make me shake or make me want to sing my heart out.
  • My Favorite Makeup Brands
    Mac, BH, Urban Decay, Makeup For Ever,
  • My Facebook URL
    https://www.facebook.com/iGlamorBar
  • My Twitter URL
    https://twitter.com/iGlamorBar
  • My YouTube Channel
    http://www.youtube.com/user/iGlamorBar
  1. Hey loves, mine is http://www.iglamorbar.com/
  2. Hello Everyone, I am new to makeup talk but I see that joining was the right decision. I am a Beauty and Makeup Blogger and also a Makeup Artist. Beauty is my passion. I love to learn and spread my knowledge to those who can benefit from it. I look forward to continuously learning and spreading what I know to this community. Xoxo. Link deleted per TOS
  3. My go to eyeshadow brush is Mac 190 brush. It's true that a great makeup look is not always in the makeup but in the brush you use. That said your eyeshadow brush doesn't necessarily have to be an expensive one. Sonia Kashuk brushes are good, ELF brushes are also good when you're on a tight budget. Ecotools are also great and you can find them in your local drugstore. Try a few and see what works best for you. Link deleted per TOS
  4. I personally don't think there's a such thing as one brush for one purpose. Makeup artists multi-use many brushes all the time. It is true however that you can't use one brush for everything. For highlight I find that using a small stippling brush for liquid highlighters and even for powders works well. I'd also use a small angled brush or even a fan brush. Try a few and see what works best for you. Xoxo. Link deleted per TOS

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