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Originally Posted by YoursEvermore View Post

 

Hi guys! I see I have a lot of other blogs to check out! smile.gif

 

Here's mine, if anyone is interested: http://theviamediaofbeauty.blogspot.com/ I'm trying to focus on the "middle end" products, as well as some low end stuff. Nothing that will break the bank or can't be easily pronounced (a la Chantecaille). And MUT was one of the first ones listed under my "Favorite Links" section. wink.gif

 

Thanks!

 

 

Hey Ashley!  I tried to comment on your blog, and it wouldn't let me!  I'll be following though through your LOTD posts!

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Ack! Thanks so much for pointing that out! I thought that was an automatic thing that went on everyone's page. I didn't realize you had to add the gadget yourself. ::palm.forehead.:: And I'll definitely be following yours, too!
 

Originally Posted by ox0xbarbiex0xo View Post

Actually, I can't see your little "follow" button!  :(



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I write mostly about mineral makeup (have a huge collection of mica samples from TKB and Conservatorie) and recently I've become infatuated with e.l.f brushes too. I.R.Pale

 

(PS! ppl, please use tag-clouds/label-lists somewhere on the sides of  your blogs... it's the best way to give a quick overview of the contents of the blog)

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I dabble at my blog. Okay...I neglect it hugely! And therefore, at the risk of sounding stupid, how would I add MUT to my blogroll? I built my website, but I'm clueless about blog lingo!

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Instructions for Blogspot/Blogger. 

 

To add a link back to Makeuptalk.com on your blog:

 

Go to your Dashboard.

Click "Design"

Click "Add a Gadget"

Scroll down to find "Blog List"

Click the "+" next.

Click "Add To List"

Type in "www.makeuptalk.com"

Click "Add"

Click "Save"

 

And there you go!

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Sorry adding to this thread a bit late, but I just stumbled on this thread today. Glad I did because I found some great blogs on this thread that I'm now following :) 

 

I also have a blog that you could check out at beautychatterblog.com. I just started my blog a few months ago, but I update with new articles, reviews, and swatches often. ..

 

I have a beauty blog too! Please visit me at beautychatterblog.com. I post mostly drugstore products and my occasional Sephora splurges. 

 

And I've added MuT in my blog roll too...icon_cheesygrin.gif


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I have my own discounted makeup website and have recently just added my own blog. I am going to be running lots of competitions to try and increase my bloggers. Would be good if some of you could pop in and follow me. If anyone writes a comment on any of my posts i will return the favour and write something interesting back on your blog. I've just added MUT to my blog. 

 

http://www.lisiousmakeup.co.uk/blog

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