AyeGear: In the Eyes of a Grammy Award Winner

July 22, 2013



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Aneisha
Aneisha

November 26, 2013

Your articles are for when it abyeultols, positively, needs to be understood overnight.

Msi
Msi

November 24, 2013

for your eyes id try gray-eyeliner on only the bottom lid along with 2 coats of blcasekt-black mascara (if you have blonde/black hair and a light complexsion, if you have brown/blonde hair and a medium complexsion wear black-brown, if you have black/brown/blonde/red hair wear black mascara). u determine the number of coats on the top- dont use much though. for eye shadows use more nude colors like brown, ivory, pale orange, and pink. also try to fade out the colors. like the darkest shade should be on the lid then the lightest should be on top or more out spread. start by putting on the darkest shade then keep adding till you get to the lightest. for help finding that light shade look at the ones that are a bit paler/lighter than your cover up/foundation. for lipstick/lipgloss keep to pinks and pale reds. if you have a dark complexion then you can use pale pinky-purples. use little to no blush and use more of an orange-brown look than red-pink. nothing can make you look more fake than bright pink cheets. apply the blush right bellow your cheek bone starting at your apples then to your ear. (your cheek apples are the part that poofs out when you smile). and dont forget that the key to any makeover is a beautiful smile!

Truus
Truus

November 24, 2013

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