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What is translucent
powder used for?
Translucent powders are designed to “set” make-up. The powder absorbs the oil or moisture in the make-up to create a dry surface on the skin. Translucent powders should not add color to your make-up. (Powders that incorporate foundations are used for coverage as a foundation and are not recommended for setting make-up)


How do I find the right concealer?
Forget all the rules on concealer: green covers red, yellow covers red and brown, orange covers blue. This doesn’t seem simple. Many companies have developed concealers that match the skin tone. They are formulated with a great deal of pigment so a thin application will actually conceal or hide the various undertones. This makes the choice and application much easier and the results flawless. Simply pick the shade that best matches the skin tone at the lower eyelid.

Application Tip: Apply concealer with a small brush. This way you can apply the product in the same exact size and shape necessary. If you use your finger, the size of the area you cover is dependent on the size of your finger.

I could really use some lipstick tips -- any suggestions?
That depends on what you’re going for. For a natural lip look- cover the entire lip area with a pencil close to your lips natural shade. For intensified color- apply pencil over the entire lip area followed by a coordinating lipstick. For fuller lips- outline lips slightly outside the lip line and fill in with lipstick. In most cases you will want a pencil slightly darker than the lipstick. (Remember the lips have more color then the surrounding skin. Therefore the darker pencil is necessary to compensate). To correct uneven lips- Simply even the lips with the lip pencil and fill with lipstick. To minimize lipstick bleeding- Outline the lips with a broad line using a lip pencil. Powder the pencil line. Fill in the lips with lipstick, but carry the lipstick just up to the lip pencil. This helps set a barrier for the more emollient lipstick.

 Beauty Tip #1:  
 
"Trim" your eyebrows
for a nice contour

Consider trimming your brows as an alternative to tweezing. Brush your eyebrows upward so that the longest hairs are completely visible.


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 Beauty Tip #2:  

Remedies for "puffy" eyes
Help your eyes look fresh again by placing a black tea bag soaked in cold water on each eye for ten minutes will reduce swelling caused by fluid retention. Gently press from inner to outer corners to hasten drainage.

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 Beauty Tip #3:

How to use an eye shadow pencil
You should not draw the pencil across your eyelid as this could cause stretching of the skin. Instead, apply the color tot he palm of your hand, then pick up some of the color with your pinky and apply gently to your eyelid.

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 Beauty Tip #4:

Simple Lip Tips
To keep lipstick off teeth, pucker lips into an extreme "O". Cover your finger with tissue, and pole it into your mouth. Slowly twist it out of your mouth, eliminating any excess color.

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 Beauty Tip #5:

Choosing Lipstick Color
Choosing the appropriate lipstick color is an important beauty decision. make an appointment at one of those cosmetic salons that will assist you in your color choices. That's their job, after all! Let them suggest colors to you, try them out and if you like it, then you buy. It's as simple as that.


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