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Sunday, November 22, 2009

Using The Best Eye Shadow Palette

Great Day! Thanks for stopping by. Eye shadow palette comes in a variety of colors to fit every skin tone, facial structure and occasion. Using the best eye shadow palette colors that is suitable for your face is very important.

Different colors flatter different skin tones. Those with darker skin can choose shimmering colors to make the eyes stand out; eye shadow palette with pearly shimmering is the best option. The golden bronze looks amazing on rich dark skin as well. Flori Roberts Face Forward Palette

For those with puffy eyes, neutral and soft colors are best for the eyes. Shades of pink should be avoided because it tends to bring out the eyes from the skull.

Those with very deep set eyes can give an older and more mature look to the face. You should choose light shimmering colors such as pink, rose, sky blue and very light lavender. Avoid darker colors because it will make the eyes even more deep set.

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Saturday, November 14, 2009

Perfect Nails With Staying Power

Great Day! Thanks for stopping by. To keep perfect nails try these tips for a foolproof manicure with real staying power:

Before applying polish, wipe natural nails with a polish remove to eliminate oils that can prevent polish from adhering.

Use a base coat or strengthener before using a nail color.

Apply a strip of color first down the middle, then on each side of the nail for an easy, flawless manicure.

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Saturday, November 7, 2009


Great Day! The best new winter stuff is soft, soothing and natural-looking—sort of like a cashmere sweater for your face. The how-to:


They tend to be drying—not what your lips need right now. “Creamy
lipsticks feel better during winter.” A lot of new formulas are made with moisturizing oils.” For staying power, blot, and then reapply.

A dusting of silky loose powder stops shine but won’t look as heavy as frozen foundation can. For a light finish, apply with a Kabuki brush-the gentle, dome shaped bristles blend well for more coverage use a velvety puff. To keep powder from flying everywhere, don’t pat. Sprinkle some onto the puff, and then roll over your face.

Thick, cream products like concealer and heavy-duty tinted lip balm glide on easier if you warm them between our fingers. “Body heat helps them melt right into your skin.

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Sunday, November 1, 2009

Winter Holiday Makeup Is Here

Great Day! The holidays are here again, made apparent by the sparkle of lights everywhere you look and the glimmer of tinsel decking the halls. With the glitter and holiday glow, there is no reason why you can't shine brightly among the festivities. A few simple tips can help you wear an extra touch with holiday makeup.

To set the foundation use a light weight powder, try using one with a little shimmer like
Flori Roberts bronzers. If not try a loose eye shadow powder in gold and highlight your cheekbones. The gold color adds to the holiday glow.

For the eyes make it simple, try a thin black liner and extend the line to a fine tip. To make sure the line doesn't run try layering it with black shadow to set it in. Or try a shimmer liner in chocolate brown or hunter green.
Another option for the eye is to try metallic tone cream shadow. Choose a shimmery white or champagne colored eye shadow for the base of your holiday makeup. Apply the shadow evenly from the lash line to the brow ridge, working the powder into the skin thoroughly. Choose a mid-toned brownish red or bronze color to add depth to your eyes, applying the shadow just to the eye crease and slightly above. Start with a light application, blending well and adding more if necessary.

Also, for the holidays use colors as gold, bronze, olive green, grey, deep plum, copper. Then layer your lashes with volumizing mascara. Wiggle the wand at the base of your lashes back and forth then lift. Separate the lashes to prevent clumping with a dry eyelash or eyebrow comb.

Keep with the soft glowing holiday makeup look by wearing a splash of gold on your lips. Apply a fine dusting of gold eye shadow just to the center of each lip and then cover with clear lip gloss.

Now you can show off your Holiday Glamour Look!

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