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Learning to Apply Makeup - Blank Slate

Monday, December 02, 2013

All of these above are the blank slate. Clean face. No Make up. Just moisturizer.

This is my first try at eyeliner with a "wing". I think the basics of the line is right - it doesn't go off in an odd direction. It's just not thick enough, especially over the eye. It should be more curved - thickening as it goes over the eyelid. I'll keep working on it.

Anyhow, I think it works not too bad, even with my drooping eye lid. It seems to lift the outer corner of it. More than I thought it would anyway.

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TRIANGLE-WOMAN 12/3/2013 7:45PM


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FITWITHIN 12/3/2013 8:03AM

    I'm glad it went well for the first time.

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GARDENCHRIS 12/3/2013 7:14AM

    I used to to the makeup thing every morning for a long time.... then I got to the point where i asked myself what IS the point? now only for when I get dressed up.

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TXGIRL1023 12/2/2013 9:00PM

    Nice start! I always find eyeliner to be the trickiest part (maybe that's just me). My skin is irritable, so I only do my eyes & lips. Like Grammacathy, I'm a big fan of youtube tutorials - they've been a big help to a clueless me!

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GRAMMACATHY 12/2/2013 8:44PM

    Blank slate here too as most makeup makes me itch. If I am dressing up, I wear gloss and eyeliner. I like the smokey look you used with the eyeliner. Have you been watching you tube videos for tips? That is what I do.

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    I am typically a blank slate all the time. I use mascara and that's about it!

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LARISSA238 12/2/2013 7:30PM

    Looking pretty!

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BJPENNY70 12/2/2013 6:45PM

    Nice finish with your eyes!

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