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Experts Trevor Sorbie And Richard Ashforth Show How to Choose A New Hairstyle

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How To Choose A New Hairstyle (Choosing A Hairstyle).

Top hair experts Trevor Sorbie and Richard Ashforth give their tips to help you choose a new hairstyle. The hairstyle that you choose can be one of the most important decisions in your daily life, so get it right with the help of VideoJug.

  1. Step 1: Research

    Look at hair magazines, if you like something you’ll identify with it.

  2. Step 2: Customise The Look

    If you find a look you like you need to have it customized to suit your hair colour and texture.

  3. Step 3: Find a good Hairdresser

    Ask people on the street who have hair you like where they get it cut. Look for the salons that look great and they’ll often be the best.

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Celebrity Hairstyle Hysteria: How To Have Hair Like Jennifer Aniston

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Jennifer Aniston started a hairstyle hysteria with “The Rachel”. Since then, millions of women have flocked to salons with her photo in hand. Straight or wavy, short or long, Jennifer Aniston’s famous tresses continue to set trends. Find out how Jen gets those golden sun-kissed locks. Learn how to create her free-flowing curls and and her sleek, sexy look.

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Jennifer Aniston started a hairstyle hysteria with “The Rachel”. Since then, millions of women have flocked to salons with her photo in hand. Straight or wavy, short or long, Jennifer Aniston’s famous tresses continue to set trends. Find out how Jen gets those golden sun-kissed locks. Learn how to create her free-flowing curls and and her sleek, sexy look.

You will need

 

* 1 blow dryer with diffuser

* 1 volumizing nousse (if your hair is fine)

* 1 curling iron

* 1 flat, paddle brush

* 1 blow dryer

* 1 comb

* 1 flat iron

* 1 shine serum

* 1 hairspray (optional)

 

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Step 1: The Color

 

Jennifer Aniston’s sun-kissed hair color is her signature statement; her style is quite simple. Golden highlights brighten her brunette hair, while beach blonde streaks frame her face. If your hair is a dark blonde to medium brown, you’ve got the perfect base for Jen’s color; simply add a few highlights or a gloss for shine. If yours is a medium brown or darker, you’ll need to lighten your base to a golden brown and then add blonde highlights on top of that.

2.

Step 2: Making Waves

 

To create Jennifer Aniston’s waves, you’ll need a blow dryer with a diffuser. If your hair is fine, apply volumizing mousse to your hair before blow drying. Using the diffuser, scrunch your hair from the roots to the ends. Hold the blow dryer in place for about five seconds, then remove. You should see waves beginning to form. Continue to work the diffuser through the hair moving toward the crown, until the hair is dry.

3.

Step 3: Defining The Curl

 

Jennifer Aniston’s hair is full of free-flowing curls. To get this look, use a curling iron with a barrel of an inch to two inches. Hold the curling iron at an angle. Starting about an inch from the ends of the hair, wrap the hair around the barrel, away from the face. Leaving the ends of the hair out of the barrel creates a more natural curl, not a tight ringlet.

4.

Step 4: Loosen Up

 

America’s favorite friend never looks like she’s trying too hard. Run your hands under your hair and gently tousle the hair at the root. Now you’ve got a look that’s California-chic, just like Jennifer Aniston.

5.

Step 5: Change It Up

 

What makes Jennifer Aniston’s long layered hair so great is its versatility. She easily transitions from tousled, wavy bed-head to sleek, straight and polished. To get Jen’s straight look, begin by blow drying your hair with a flat paddle brush. Hold the blow dryer at an angle above the brush, as you pull the hair down and away from your scalp. Do not bend the hair with the brush or curl it under, pull the hair straight down.

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Step 6: Check Your Layers

 

When you’re going for a sleek, polished look, you can’t afford split ends or stray hairs. Jennifer Aniston keeps her face framing layers on the A-list with regular trims. Keep your layers clean with trims every two to three months.

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Step 7: Flat Iron Finish

 

Flat iron your hair section by section. Run a comb through your hair, following with the flat iron. This will rid your hair of any knots that could catch in the straightener and damage your hair.

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Step 8: Shine & Hold

 

Celebrities like Jennifer Aniston have stylists who know how to perfect hair with products. Here are two great tricks. Place a bit of shine serum or spray on your hands, then run your palms over the ends of your hair for a brilliant, smooth finish. Then calm any flyaway hairs with this trick – coat your hands well with hairspray, and press down the flyaway hairs. You’ll have sleek hair without stiffness.

 

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Elf Cosmetics Look For Less Featuring Former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham

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Over the weekend, the ALWAYS glamorous Victoria Beckham gave birth to a baby girl, Harper.

In celebration of the Beckham’s new addition, today Posh is our Look for Less!

Start by applying the e.l.f. Studio Mineral Primer. Apply the e.l.f. Flawless Finish Foundation with the stipple brush.

Apply the Tone Correcting Concealer in one shade lighter than your foundation, a trick I use to if dot it along the bone directly under the eye and then blend it.

Use the Kabuki Brush to set the foundation and to create a photo ready finish.

On the cheeks use the Studio Angled Blush Brush to apply the Studio Blush in Tickled Pink.

On the eyes, start by using your index finger to put a base of the Studio Cream Eyeshadow in Smoke on the lid, do it lightly so that it’s not a total black out on your lid.

To create depth use the Contour Eyeshadow Brush to apply the Studio Eyeshadow in Charcoal on the outer crease, winging up.

To line the eyes use the Studio Cream Eyeliner in Black, lining from inner to outer corner on both the bottom and top lash line liberally, don’t feel confined to the natural lash line this; Victoria’s line are very thick.

Go over the lines with the Smudge Brush “dipped” in the Studio Pigment Eyshadow in Naughty Noire.

On the lashes use the e.l.f. Waterproof Lengthening and Defining Mascara.

On the lips use the Essential Lipstick in Nostalgic. You’ll have your very own David Beckham in no time! ;-)

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Mojuba Wedding Day Emergency Kit Handbag For The Bride With A True Emergency!

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Looking for a great bridal shower gift?

The bride will love this ultimate wedding day survival kit

Attention, brides! We have someone we’d like you to meet. Jackie James is the creator of the one thing no wedding should be without: an insurance policy. James owns Mojuba Wedding Day Emergency Kits, fun little bags filled to the brim with solutions to any and every problem that Murphy’s Law (and Mothers-in-law) can possibly manifest on the big day. We’re talking everything from pre-threaded needles and shoe cushions, to L’Occitaine hand cream and a couture stain removal kit. James has thought of it all, because she’s seen it all. The kits are the culmination of her nearly 20 years of experience planning weddings and events for local bigwigs like Lettuce Entertain You and The Pump Room, as well as for her own wedding-planning business.

Mojuba began with a simple mission: to help brides and grooms experience a magnificent, memorable, stress-free wedding. Ask any couple about their wedding day, and you’ll hear about the fine champagne, the romantic dance, and the kiss-but they’ll also divulge that the bride’s lipstick got smudged, their shoes hurt their feet, or that they made the mistake of eating garlic at lunch.

Bride and Groom Mojuba Wedding emergency kits are luxurious bags that contain a collection of stylish, must-have items that brides and grooms need to feel confident that the wedding day is absolutely perfect for everyone involved.

What if…?

  • Your bridesmaid spills her wine
  • Your dress won’t stay up
  • The best man nicked himself shaving
  • You need to find vendor contracts
  • The maid of honor has a run in her stocking
  • The groom has dog hair on his tux
  • One of the usher’s shoes is scuffed
  • The flower girl is rambunctious, and ripped her dress
  • Your mother’s hair won’t stay up

With Mojuba, even the smallest challenge that may arise has been anticipated, so when you’re asked about your wedding day, you can say with complete confidence, “It was ‘perfect.”

The Bride and Groom Mojuba Wedding emergency kits have become wedding day essentials by helping to turn these unexpected, unplanned moments into simple moments that pass without worry or concern. We’re proud to be living our mission and helping happy couples every day.

Wedding Day Advice
1. Scuff your shoes.
“I always tell people to do this. The wedding party usually wears news shoes, and it’s so easy to slip—especially if the church or venue is carpeted or if there are stairs to walk down — so I always tell everyone to go outside and scuff the bottoms of their shoes on the pavement before the ceremony starts.”

2. Eat something.
“It sounds so obvious, but brides get caught up in getting ready and they forget to eat, or they’re nervous and don’t want to eat. But it’s so important to have even a little something … especially if you’ll be drinking champagne.”

3. Be prepared.
While James naturally endorses her own emergency kit, she suggests that every wedding party have one in some form. “Something always happens,” she says. “Someone will always lose a button, someone will always get a headache, someone will always get a stain on something. These might seem like little things now, but when your photographer is taking pictures and someone’s strap won’t stay up or the flower girl gets a grass stain, it can be stressful if you can’t fix it.”

4. Give the guys something to do.
James, who also makes an emergency kit specifically for grooms, suggests that ladies give their guys playing cards, or something else to keep them entertained while the bridal party gets ready. “It doesn’t take the guys as long, and they need something to do before the ceremony besides drink!” she jokes. “I’ve seen too many drunken groomsmen.”

5. Let go.
“Plan as much as you can and organize as much as possible, but then on that day just let it go. Things will happen, and the couples I’ve worked with who were the happiest on their wedding days were the ones who just let go and enjoyed themselves.”

Bride Mojuba is a collection of last-minute items that brides need-but didn’t know they needed-on their wedding day.

Bride Mojuba is a sophisticated, chic bag that unfolds to reveal one exquisite item after another, from essential everyday items to indulgent necessities for the bride and her bridal party.

It has a built-in mirror and is easy to throw over a shoulder or carry on the arm.

Whether bought to ease the stress of their own wedding day or given as a gift, brides across the country can breathe a sigh of relief-Mojuba Wedding will prepare them for the unexpected on their wedding day.

Bride Mojuba ~ $165- Order Here

Make’s a great gift for any Bride on her wedding day a true must have!

 

 

Jackie James, Wedding Expert and Entrepreneur

You don’t know her. But you’ll thank her.

 

Mojuba was founded in 2008 by Jackie James, an adventurous entrepreneur and event planner. Jackie worked for 20 years planning and executing sensational weddings and events, becoming a treasure for her clients. Jackie was able to design events helping to create vision for her clients, anticipate and fix problems and make sure every moment went off without a hitch. Each wedding and event brought its own inspiration, challenges, and rewards.

After those 20 wonderful but hectic years, Jackie decided it was time for a new adventure in her life. Ambitious and motivated, Jackie gathered research and ideas for years, resulting in overstuffed bins of product ideas and binders bursting with inspiration.

Jackie’s pivotal “Ok, I’m going for it!” moment came from her late brother-in-law. He inspired her to take her passion and problem-solving skills and turn them into something of her own-something that would take her vast experience and creativity to the next level.

Jackie often saw new inventions or concepts and would say, “I thought of that years ago!” Her brother-in-law would counter playfully, “But you didn’t DO it.” He was South African and as a tribute and thanks to him for his inspiration, Jackie discovered the word “Mojuba,” which in some African cultures refers to a bag of magical items that bring joy and happiness, and a prayer of praise and tribute. With this inspiration, Jackie’s business began to fully take shape.

Jackie finds new ideas and inspiration everywhere-from the people she meets, every town (and country) she visits, every magazine she picks up, every company she Googles, and every product she comes across. In developing Mojuba, she worked with major retailers and boutique manufacturers all around the world to find the best and most sophisticated products. Jackie’s bins of ideas and tattered papers have evolved into an incredible, fashionable, essential part of any wedding day.

Ultimately, Mojuba bags were created from an entire world of inspiration-a perfect fit for the charm of these bags.

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Relaxing Notes Of Aromatic And Citrusy Perfumes Excellent Choices For Summer

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Ralph Lauren Summer Romance

You’ll fall head over heels with this tropical twist on a beloved vanity staple. ($78 for 3.4 oz; ralphlauren.com)

 

Carolina Herrera 212 Pop for Her

The heady concoction of bergamot and musk is certain to spice things up this season. ($59 for 2 oz; carolinaherrera.com)

 

 

Issey Miyake L’eau d’Issey Summer

This crisp, clean scent is as easygoing as it is exotic. ($64 for 3.3 oz; macys.com)

 

 

Thierry Mugler Angel Sunessence Silver Ocean Summer Edition

A sweet, citrusy blend of vanilla and kumquat is the perfect accessory for a carefree evening. ($80 for 1.7 oz; saks.com)

 

 

Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb La Vie En Rose

This fragrance boasts a sophisticated bouquet of rose and lily of the valley. ($80 for 1.7 oz; saks.com)

 

 

Love to the Fullest, Live without regrets, and Laugh Often by Reese Witherspoon for Avon

This trio is packed with feminine florals like peony, gardenia, and rose. ($23 for 1.7 oz; avon.com)

 

 

Calvin Klein CK One Summer

With its mix of melon, lemon, and peach, this spray smells good enough to eat. ($46 for 3.4 oz; macys.com)

 

 

Chanel Chance Eau Fraiche Sheer Moisture Mist

Post-shower, spritz this alcohol-free formula all over to hydrate and softly scent skin. ($40 for 3.4 oz; chanel.com)

 

 

Coach Signature Summer Limited Edition Fragrance

Warm base notes of sandalwood and mahogany ground this subtle, sexy scent. ($65 for 1.7 oz; macys.com)

There are more and more fragrances created especially for summer, as limited summer editions. Whether these fragrances are the best solutions for summer, the market and consumers will answer. The consumers rate each fragrance by quality, longevity, uniqueness and personal inclination for designers.

It is difficult to answer this question. Summertime asks for lighter notes to refresh us and to accompany us in summer days and evenings. Relaxing notes of aromatic and citrusy compositions are an excellent choice for summer temperatures, as well as aquatic versions leaving a pleasant trace. Men can choose between aromatic, green and aquatic notes with a bit of sweetness and sexy spices.

 

Summary: Summer Fragrances are lighter and fresher and should be stored in a dark and cool place. Do not apply the perfume on the clothes as it may get stained. Also do not apply too much of perfume. The most popular summer perfumes are citrus based scents that chill the skin or floral perfumes which make you smell like blossomed flowers.

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Declare Independence From Food Cravings With Strategies And Expert Tips

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You’re entitled to life, liberty, and the pursuit of cheesecake—as long as you’re the one in charge of the food, and not the other way around. If you find yourself constantly surrendering to every delicious morsel that comes your way, it’s time to stage a revolution.

Unfortunately, cravings are hard to crack. Research has shown that everything from hormones, fluctuations in blood sugar levels, nutritional deficiencies, and emotional and psychological reasons can make you yearn for food, whether you’re hungry or not. But whatever the cause of your cravings, there are ways you can fight back. Make these strategies your first line of defense in every battle against chocolate, buttered popcorn, and any other tasty temptation.

 

Banish Blah Meals

A humdrum diet of unseasoned chicken breast and brown rice is a breeding ground for cravings—not because healthy foods are unsatisfying, but because your meal planning lacks variety (and your taste buds are snoring). A study published in the journal Physiological Behavior found that a nutritionally adequate but otherwise boring and restrictive diet leads to a large increase in the frequency of food cravings. Following a week of normal eating, the study participants were fed a monotonous diet consisting only of a nutritionally complete, vanilla-flavored liquid that was calorically equivalent to each participant’s normal diet. During the four days of the bland eating plan, participants experienced greater food cravings—especially for sweets and entrees, with 76 percent of cravings falling into those two categories.

No matter how delicious, the same three meals in rotation will get old really quickly. Plus, when you feel like a food is a punishment or unpleasant, you may be more susceptible to cravings because you’ll want to reward yourself for enduring it, says Bethany Thayer, RD, a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association and manager of wellness programs and strategies for the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. Make your healthy meals pop by sprinkling chicken with tasty herbs like rosemary and tarragon, trying exotic fruits and veggies like lychee and bok choy, and experimenting with new recipes. A little creativity in the kitchen will make your foods tastier and your diet seem less loathsome.

 

Take Food Off the Pedestal

Are daydreams of doughnuts your guilty pleasure? Unfortunately, our tendency to think about certain foods as off-limits only increases their appeal. This is especially true for dieters with long “do not eat” lists; studies consistently show that dieters report higher levels of food cravings than people on unrestricted diets. What’s more, even unappetizing foods can prompt cravings if they’re highly constrained. That was another surprising outcome of the Physiological Behavior study: Participants reported craving the bland vanilla drink even after they were allowed to return to normal eating—and despite disliking it.

The study’s lead author concluded in an article published in the Journal of Nutrition that the fact that even unpalatable foods could be desired and overeaten revealed that it may be the way in which foods are consumed, and not the taste, appearance, and smell, that gets us addicted. “Sometimes it doesn’t matter what the food is,” says Thayer. “As soon as you find out you can’t have it—you want it.” Placing fewer foods on the high-calorie restricted list and allowing yourself small tastes of your favorites could help keep cravings at bay.

 

Take Food Off the Pedestal

Are daydreams of doughnuts your guilty pleasure? Unfortunately, our tendency to think about certain foods as off-limits only increases their appeal. This is especially true for dieters with long “do not eat” lists; studies consistently show that dieters report higher levels of food cravings than people on unrestricted diets. What’s more, even unappetizing foods can prompt cravings if they’re highly constrained. That was another surprising outcome of the Physiological Behavior study: Participants reported craving the bland vanilla drink even after they were allowed to return to normal eating—and despite disliking it.

The study’s lead author concluded in an article published in the Journal of Nutrition that the fact that even unpalatable foods could be desired and overeaten revealed that it may be the way in which foods are consumed, and not the taste, appearance, and smell, that gets us addicted. “Sometimes it doesn’t matter what the food is,” says Thayer. “As soon as you find out you can’t have it—you want it.” Placing fewer foods on the high-calorie restricted list and allowing yourself small tastes of your favorites could help keep cravings at bay.

 

Confront Your Cravings

The next time you feel a hankering for something chocolate, don’t ignore the impulse altogether. Paying attention to the sensation could help you fight off cravings in the future, according to the findings of a recent study published in the journal Appetite. The research showed that participants who were taught to accept their cravings by acknowledging thoughts of food without judgment and without acting on those impulses reported significantly lower cravings overall. Among other exercises, study participants were instructed to perform a “body scan,” a technique where attention is brought to each area of the body, starting with the toes and moving up to the top of the head. The body scan was meant to increase awareness and acceptance of bodily sensations including hunger, satiety, and craving. Researchers concluded that by taking a step back and observing a food craving, participants were able to recognize cravings’ fleeting nature and learn that they eventually fade.

One of the best ways to become of aware of cravings is to keep a food journal, suggests Thayer. “I encourage people to be very conscious of what they’re craving, as well as what’s driving that behavior. Do you feel physical hunger? Was there an experience that triggered the craving? If you keep track of all these things, you can identify patterns in your eating,” she says. Once you realize that your impulse is due to low energy or hunger, you can satisfy your body with a cup of coffee or a bowl of high-fiber cereal rather than reaching for a doughnut. You can also use a journal to monitor timing of meals and snacks—it’s best to eat every 4 hours to keep hunger (and snack attacks) at bay.

 

Say So Long to Stress

When the going gets tough, even the tough get snacking. A study published in the journal Nutrition Bulletin found a strong correlation between the secretion of cortisol, a hormone released during stress, and changes in food choice and increased caloric intake. Study participants ate 350 calories more on average and consumed greater amounts of saturated fatty acids and carbohydrates during stressful situations than they did during the baseline period.

Why do we carbo-load in times of distress? Foods with high energy density can temporarily boost levels of serotonin, a brain chemical that regulates mood. So after a bad day at the office or a big fight with a loved one, we reach for something sugary and carb-heavy to cope, according to a paper published in the journal Physiology and Behavior. “There could have been a time when you were feeling low or stressed—you ate something sweet, experienced that boost of serotonin, and then it became a conditioned response: Feel sad, eat sweets,” says Thayer.

Unfortunately, it’s a calorically expensive pattern to get into. While a simple carbohydrate such as sugar does boost serotonin, the feeling is fleeting, and you’ll have to reach into the candy bowl more times than you’d like to maintain it, says Thayer. One sweet snack turns into another to keep your energy up. A better way to fight sugar cravings long-term is to consume complex carbohydrates like whole grains rather than blood-sugar spiking white varieties, she says. And to stave off cravings in the moment, take a brisk walk or head to the gym for a full-blown workout if time permits. Studies show that people report a higher tendency to eat in order to distract themselves from stress; sidetrack yourself with a sweat session to curb cravings and get fit in the process.

 

Take a Lap

Studies show that chocolate is the most commonly (and intensely) craved food item. (It’s so prevalent that one Journal of Proteome Research study even links the type of bacteria living in the human digestive system to a desire for the sweet stuff.) While antioxidant-rich dark chocolate is a perfectly good snack in moderation, a relentless cocoa craving makes sticking to a single serving nearly impossible. But you can fight back. A study published in the journal Appetite found that a brisk 15-minute walk significantly reduces chocolates urges in regular chocolate eaters during and for at least 10 minutes following the completion of exercise. “Taking a walk provides distraction from your craving and reminds you of your long-term fitness goals,” says Thayer. “There’s also the mental component. If you’ve done something good for yourself—like taking a walk for exercise—it precipitates doing even more good for yourself. You’re less likely to eat the chocolate after the walk because it would undo the healthy practice you just performed.”

Can’t take a lap? Clench a muscle. A recent study in the Journal of Consumer Research found that firming muscles—whether in your hand, finger, calf, or biceps—can improve self-control, including overcoming the call of tempting foods when a craving hits.

 

 

Mally Roncal’s Beauty Smokey Eye Kit Original Collection And Tutorial

24 Jun Mally-Beauty-Make-Up-Artist

 

 

 

Eye Shadow

City Chick Smokey Eye Kit – Original Collection

Item #EY0001

$40.00 

 

Discover the secret to gorgeous, smokey eyes just like the ones Mally Roncal creates for her celebrity clients. Mally’s all-in-one eye kit has what you need for eyes that are smooth, real, and sexy never heavy or fake. Brownstone is gorgeous with neutral, earthy tones. Skyscraper is sultry in a rich slate/gray palette. Central Park flourishes with an assortment of greens. Nolita Navy is your perfect blue-never retro, Midtown Merlot is a collection of sweet Burgundies, Plum Chelsea is a warm set of natural plums. Eyeliner Pencil included.

Available in:

Brownstone, Skyscraper, Plum Chelsea, Central Park, Nolita Navy, Midtown Merlot, SoHo Silver.

 

Order Your City Chick Smokey Eye Collection here: Mally Beauty Online Website

 

 

Ingredients:

Eye Shadow Base Ingredients:

Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Isohexyl Caprate, Nylon 12, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Polyethylene, Cera Microcristallina (Microcrystalline) Wax, Kaolin, Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax, PPG-12/SMDI Copolymer, Retinyl Palmitate, Tocopherol

May Contain: Zinc Oxide (CI 77947), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides

(CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Ultramarines (CI 77007)

Crease / Lipcolor / Browlighter Ingredients:

Talc, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Zinc Stearate, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Methylparaben, Tocopherol, Propylparaben, Butylparaben, Ascorbyl Palmitate

May Contain: Mica (CI 77019), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499),

Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Ultramarines (CI 77007), Bismuth Oxychloride (CI 77163), Silica, Manganese Violet (CI 77742), Ferric Ferrocyanide (CI 77510),

Carmine (CI75470), Chromium Oxide Greens (CI 77288)

 

Application Tips

I LOVE SMOKEY EYES! Sexy, mysterious, alluring, chic, cool! It seems really complicated, right? Not with my smokey eye kit! It absolutely takes all the guesswork out of it. Just smooth on my cream to powder base, this will keep your smokey eyes smoldering all day. Then, take the lightest shadow and lightly dust it all over the lid all the way to the browbone. Next, take the medium tone and lay it from the lashline to just past the crease of your eye. If you have a flatter shaped eye, like me, just go up right past where you can fell your eyeball sit in your socket, then blend up. Take the darkest tone and run that all over the lashline, top and bottom. Finally, finish off with the pencil liner on top.

The shades in all kits (Brownstone, Skyscraper, and Central Park, get it? CITY chick?) are softer than harsh blacks, so you can have smokin’ eyes anytime.

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