This at-home peel means that I can wage all out war on my skin's texture and fine lines. Without having to sit in a dermatologists office, I can help reverse the signs of aging in just a few minutes. Buh-bye, fine lines and wrinkles.
My dark circles are at an all-time high right now so I've been researching how to cover them. I've tried a few concealers but they just aren't cutting it. Then I came across this tutorial for using lipstick (yes, lipstick!) to color correct those dark spots, and it's working way better! Just be sure to blend well.
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I love to wear color on my lips, but I hate to reapply. Using a lip stain is the perfect solution. It goes on like a lip balm, but the color lasts for WAY longer. It's perfect for adding a finishing touch to your look without any fuss.
I've recently started to "tight line" my eyes and it's totally awesome. What that means is that you use the liner in between the roots of your lashes instead of above. It leaves you with a really natural eye look and makes your lashes seem way more full. I'm loving this for days when I want to look put together but don't care about having a defined eye look.
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I feel like when I try to put shadow in the crease of my eyelid, I always end up putting it in the wrong place. This gal uses a spoon to guide where she puts her crease color. After you do this for a few days you'll have a better understanding about where your shadow should go and you'll be an eye pro.
I just started filling in my brows earlier this year. It's a big deal because I have blond eyebrows which means that they are hard to see, especially in pictures. This easy-to-use brow color is perfect for everyday use. It just brushes on and helps to define your eyes. It does come in other colors also so this isn't just for blonds!
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My eyebrows have a mind of their own. They have cowlicks and stick straight up in all the wrong places. I have to use some sort of product to try and tame them or I just look crazy. Here is a DIY for making your own taming wax. Just use a little brush and swipe it on to encourage them to behave.
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