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  1. Laura Mercier Brow Powder Duo (deep blonde) Laura Mercier Lip Kisses in Geranium Laura Mercier translucent loose powder Laura Mercier Shimmer powder (as bronzer) Clarins Instant Smooth Perfecting Touch primer Clarins True Comfort Foundation #4 Clarins Instant Light concealer Bloom shadow liner - charcoal grey Bloom Full & Flirty mascara (black) BECCA Turkish Rose creme blush BECCA Antique Gold creme eye colour Looks like a lot of stuff when I write it all down, but it's actually really natural looking on me! How about you? Let's share and get inspired here!
  2. When I do a WEN oil treatment, I do it on dry hair. I'll draw up a dropper full of oil and run the point of the dropper along my scalp, in all different directions, releasing the oil as I go around. I'll do that probably 3 times, maybe 4. Then I'll comb it all through before doing a very loose twist to my hair and piling it on my head. I'll wrap my head in a microfiber turban towel, making sure none of the hair moves and accidentally gets in the part that gets twisted. If I do this at night, I'll go to bed with the turbie towel on (yeah, my hubby loves that look, not to mention the smell...lol). If I am doing the treatment during the day, I'll leave the towel on for several hours. When I'm ready to wash it all out, I use a little WEN Cucumber CC for my first cleanse because my gut tells me I need something a little more clarifying to cut through the extra oil. I'll follow up with a second cleanse of any random mixture I choose. If you are using a shampoo, I'd probably use your normal kind, but add just a little bit of clarifying one with it. You don't want to have a harsh, clarifying shampoo to strip out all the good you've tried to accomplish with the oil treatment. In the days following your treatment, you can probably add a few drops of coconut oil to your shampoo, too, to keep the benefits going long term. My daughter does that with WEN Tea Tree oil and her WEN CC. Don't overdo it - just a few drops in the palm of your hand and mix with your shampoo.
  3. Clinique mascara is good for sensitive eyes, in my experience. It's an option for you if the L'Oreal Lash Out doesn't work out.
  4. If you're sensitive to mascara, it may be an allergic reaction to the mascara itself, or it may be due to where the mascara is placed. If you’ve been using oil-based mascaras, try switching to a water-based mascara and see if that helps. If using a water-based mascara does not help, the sensitivities may be due to where you put the mascara on the eyelash itself. If it is placed too close to the base of the eyelash, the mascara may cover important oil glands near the eye. Irritation and sensitivity around the eyes may occur when these glands are blocked. I would recommend that you only put mascara on the tips of the eyelashes, avoiding the base at all times. The eyelash base can attract parasites or debris and mascara is quite sticky, attracting whatever is in the air. If you avoid putting mascara near the base, you will have a better chance of avoiding irritation
  5. Nailtiques Formula No. 2, If you apply two coats, it'll help smooth bumps and fill in ridges like a base coat
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