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Makeup For Life - Beauty Blog, Makeup Tutorials, Product Reviews, Swatches, Celebrity Makeup -

Makeup For Life - Beauty Blog, Makeup Tutorials, Product Reviews, Swatches, Celebrity Makeup -
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BEAUTY WOO ME - DIY beauty tutorials, expert beauty secrets and a bunch of other stuff... Lotus Palace Breaking Down Beauty: Fixing Broken Powder Cosmetics « Painted Ladies By Sheila Arkee So, you have a favorite eyeshadow, pressed powder, or blush you absolutely cannot live without. Life happens, and sometimes before you even realize it, you find yourself the owner of your favorite product, smashed into 5 million little pieces. When your powder cosmetics are broken into 5 million pieces, you can always put them in a small container and use as a loose shadow, but you DO have the option of fixing the products so it’s almost as good as new. It’s easy! The only extra product you’ll need is Rubbing Alcohol that you can get from any old drugstore. Here is a lovely L’Oreal H.I.P. #319 eyeshadow that was sadly broken upon arrival. Step 1: Dump the shadow into a small bowl. Step 2: Use the back of a brush to crush the shadow into a fine powder. Step 3: I used the cap to my rubbing alcohol as a measurement and poured it into the container with the shadow. I used a wooden stirrer that I had lying around, but you can use a spoon or anything you want. Step 7: All set!

1000fragrances Temptalia Beauty Blog: Makeup Reviews, Beauty Tips Makeup How-to: The Art of the Contour When taking pictures, the biggest issue most girls have is their noses getting lost and faces looking wide and bright from the flash. The solution? A little process called contouring. Contouring is when you enhance the hollows of your face to create sharper features and help slim your face. My face after contouring and highlighting If you look at pictures of celebrities, you can tell that most of them are contouring their faces to help create a more structured face and to help their face keep its shape when all those flashbulbs are going off. A few quick tips: You want to be sure not to contour too dark or highlight too light or else you’ll look like you’re wearing a mask. Also, the colors you use matter: My best advice is to visit a makeup counter to get color matched, then go to the drugstore to find some cheaper duplicates of the products. Learn How to Contour: Products Used: More Tips for Contouring: Thoughts? How many of you contour your faces?

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