My Beauty Tip: With a Red Lip, Keep it Simple

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The Clavicut
Products for this post were provided by Revlon. All opinions are my own. 

Balancing a red lip, or any bold lip color, can be a challenge. Ideally you want to keep the eyes, and the rest of the makeup, simple so all the focus goes to the lip. Conversely, if you are wearing a dark, smoky eye the same idea applies: you want to keep the lips neutral. 
My beauty tip when wearing a bold lip? Keep everything else simple. This applies to jewelry, makeup, wardrobe, etc. Your lips with “do the talking” so don’t let anything else that you are wearing take away from the impact!
I recently tried out a few products from Revlon and used some in the look I’m showing in the photo. My goal was to have the lips be the emphasis and keep the eyes relatively simple. My eyes get lost without at least a little bit of makeup, so I aimed for neutral browns and softer liner. 
The Revlon ColorStay Whipped™ Crème Makeup foundation provides excellent coverage. If you are a full coverage kind of gal, this makeup is for you. It comes in a glass container and you can either use your fingers, a brush, or a sponge to get the product out. I’m wearing the shade 150 Buff. I set it with some translucent powder just to keep shine away.
I really liked the beige and brown colors in the Revlon ColorStay™ 16 Hour Eye Shadow Harmonious palette.  Keeping the eyes simple, I used the beige color on my brow bone and the brown color in my crease. And the staying power was impressive, as per usual with the Revlon ColorStay line. No creases or smudges. I did use my eye shadow primer, like usual, so that helps make sure the eye shadow will go nowhere! 
When I’m looking for definition without too much darkness with my liner, I grab a grey one. I used the Revlon ColorStay™ Eye liner in charcoal liner along my lower lash line, and the black liner along my upper lash line. I love that these are waterproof so I don’t have to worry about them fading away during the day.
Finally, I finished the look with the Revlon ColorStay Ultimate Suede™ Lipstick in Finale. It looks a little pinker in the tube than it actually wears. I’ve found it to be quite red. This long wear lipstick doesn’t flake or dry out, and I like the moisturizing and soft formula. I chose a simple outfit of jeans and a white sweater to keep the rest of the “whole look” simple.

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Beth says · 10.09.13

I’d love you to share the best way to make a hairstyle last all day. My curls fall flat within an hour or two. bethmac2186@gmail.com

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Jennifer Cross says · 10.09.13

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Danielle Gill says · 10.09.13

Love the eyeshadow here! I’m a very neutral kind of gal, so this is right up my alley! My favorite beauty trick, that I only use for special occasions, is to slightly heat my eyelash curler with the blow dryer before curling my lashes, gives my eyes a wide awake look!

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Jennifer Cross says · 10.09.13

Loose face powder can be a good hair root degreaser in a pinch when you don’t have the proper hair products 😉
Forgot the email! fitmomintexas@gmail.com

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Oasis says · 10.09.13

My beauty tip:
Always apply your eyeshadow before you apply eye liner.
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City Gal says · 10.09.13

After applying eyeliner on the lower lash line, use a concealer brush to add a thin line of powder below the eyeliner. This will keep it from traveling downward, it will stay put all day!
chickky311@hotmail.com

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alicia july says · 10.09.13

Anytime I really need my eyelashes to stay curled, I heat my curler with a blowdryer and then hold it a little longer before applying mascara!

ajuillet@umich.edu

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Christina Storm says · 10.09.13

Gorgeous! I need to try a red lip sometime!

The Style Storm
xo, Christina

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Ashley says · 10.09.13

I have been obsessed with wearing a red lip lately! Love the classiness it gives…

Xo,
Sincerely Miss Ash

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HeatherM says · 10.09.13

I just bought some of that lipstick (different color) this past weekend..and REALLY liked it…off to buy that color!

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Catherine Ray says · 10.09.13

My favorite beauty secret is for highlighted hair. My stylist told me if I wanted to brighten my blonde before it was time to get them redone then all I needed to do was wash my hair with baking soda. IT WORKS!!! It made my hair look like it had just been done. It took out all of the gunk without stripping my hair. catherinesray1@gmail.com

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V5Klauer says · 10.09.13

I love setting my makeup with a quick brush of Tarte Amazonian Clay finishing powder. It makes my foundation looks flawless the whole day!

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Margaret says · 10.09.13

Instead of simply clamping my eyelashes in a curler, I hold them near the roots and tilt the curler back; it curls them away from your eye for a more wide-awake look. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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thepetitepeachblog says · 10.09.13

My favorite beauty secret is for us fair skinned, fair haired girls. I love wearing black liner for definition, but lining my whole eye just looked overdone and slightly trashy to me. I discovered that wearing a black liner on top, but a soft brown underneath gave just the right amount of definition without looking overdone. LOVE it! laurenwickersheim@gmail.com

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Holly Lynd says · 10.09.13

I love lipgloss, but hate how sticky it can get. I always apply chapstick first, then the gloss. I get the same amount of shine/moisture/tint, but not the tacky, sticky feeling! hklynd@gmail.com

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JKG says · 10.09.13

I don’t wear make-up very often but what I’ve found is not to wear ANY, bright shadow. (Actually I wear vertually no shadow at all.)

jkendelg@bellsouth.net

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Tina @ ClutteredCorkBoard says · 10.09.13

Favorite tip.. to highlight the inner corner of the eyes.. makes such a difference!
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Rachel Blanchard says · 10.09.13

One beauty tip I have to constantly remind myself of is that HOW you apply makeup makes a huge difference. I tend to get a heavy hand when applying eyeshadow. I always remind myself to hold the brushes a little loose!

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Becky M says · 10.09.13

I love this lipstick look! I may have to try this out!

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snaps-of-ginger says · 10.09.13

That lipcolor is gorgeous! I’ve been looking for a softer red for work and I think this just might be it.

~Cheryl

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lobuchs says · 10.09.13

I’m excited to try that lip color! I’ve been looking for a red that would work well for fair skin. My favorite tip is to put a little bit of white eye shadow in the inner corners of my eyes- it makes me look a little more awake 🙂
buchlauren@gmail.com

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Unknown says · 10.09.13

I just learned how to repair broken powder compacts! I used to just throw the leftover edges out but – thank you pinterest – I know you can crush them and mix them with rubbing alcohol. Once you put them back into the compact and let it dry it’s like brand new! It’s also a fun way to mix old eyeshadow colors into a new unique hue that only you own!

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Unknown says · 10.09.13

I have no idea why my name doesn’t show up – but I’m Ashley ashley.vw.clark at gmail dot com

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Meg says · 10.09.13

Beauty tip: Use a highlighter product on your cheek bones–it makes such a difference!

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Debilou ~ Mississippi Mama says · 10.09.13

my beauty tip is to not use cleansers on your face. I simply use a very warm/hottish rag, maybe some vaseline to remove the eye makeup and then a moisturizer.

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Marnay Harris says · 10.09.13

My beauty secret: Use a clean mascara wand with hairspray to brush, style (and tame) your eyebrows. Beauty secret I would love to learn: How do you use dry shampoo? I tried the powder once, but it turned into a messy powder mess. My email: marnayh@gmail.com

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Christine Presto says · 10.09.13

Which beauty tip do I love? Your natural hair looks best air dried, on the second day unwashed. I comb my hair in the shower to and just no messing with it! Keeps all the frizzies away

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Sisterino says · 10.09.13

My beauty secret is homemade sugar scrubs. I mix sugar and extra virgin olive oil and some essential oil. Peppermint oil for mornings to perk me up, and orange or lavender for evening to sooth my senses. I use this scrub on my whole body. My skin feels amazing and my face definitely has a glow after I do a scrub! hdelacruz15 @ gmail

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Sam says · 10.09.13

My beauty secret: mascara before and after eyeshadow!

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Rebekah Vanover says · 10.09.13

My Beauty Secret is to mix a little bit of baking soda to my shampoo 🙂 Makes my hair shiny, non-frizzy and I can go longer than a day without washing it. GREAT for my blonde hair !!
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Jenna says · 10.09.13

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Jamie says · 10.09.13

Sleep and a smile make a face beautiful!! Thanks! Photosfromjme at gmail for com.

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Sonia Prasad says · 10.09.13

my favorite beauty tip is to apply sunscreen daily, even in the cloudy rainy days. it’ll protect skin from a lot of damage..
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The Moss Boss says · 10.09.13

Always apply eye make before your foundation. It helps with fall out.

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MrsStaceyKline says · 10.09.13

My secret to flawless skin is Dove Bar Soap to wash my face. No scrubs, no lotions and potions, just daily dove soap and once a week moisturizer. Works like a charm!
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Lilly says · 10.09.13

when the weather changes from hot to cold, extra moisturezer on your skin/face is the key!

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Christopher n Annaliza Rogers says · 10.09.13

My favorite beauty secret is to drink LOTS of water and use a humidifier every night.

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Christopher n Annaliza Rogers says · 10.09.13

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Amanda says · 10.09.13

My beauty secret is when painting my nails I always let my last color coat of nail polish dry for at least 5 minutes before applying the top coat. This helps set the nail polish and helps each coat dry faster!

amanda.caig@yahoo.com

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Nicole says · 10.09.13

My beauty tip – I curl my eyelashes when I am drying my hair. I hold the hair dryer on my eyelash curler for a few seconds to heat up and then curl away. I will do an extra eyelash curl before I apply my makeup. My lashes have never looked better. It really opens up my eyes.

nicolemarnold@me.com

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Jen T. says · 10.09.13

I don’t wear a ton of makeup, so the best way I can look beautiful is to get enough rest. I do think undereye concealer goes a long way, even if I don’t have on much makeup!
jenniferdthompson@gmail.com

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Bexter says · 10.09.13

Staying away from dairy keeps my skin clear. I splurged on it when I was in Europe and had no effects but alas, dairy in the US is pumped full of hormones and makes me break out.
Becki@BitesnBrews.com

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Kirsten Samuelson says · 10.09.13

Girl, always moisturize & hydrate that skin! {kirstychic@att.net}

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Dana says · 10.09.13

Occasionally, I like to brush my teeth with baking soda, then follow with a swish of peroxide. Keeps my teeth pearly and bright!

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Dana says · 10.09.13

Forgot to include my email: grossd32@gmail.com

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LoriU says · 10.09.13

My beauty tip is to read Kate’s blog! I am not good with beauty products or hair, and your blog has really helped me learn!

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LoriU says · 10.09.13

oops…email is stitchpro@hotmail.com

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King Amy says · 10.09.13

moisturizer moisturizer moisturizer!! I need it morning and night to keep good skin, even in Houston!!

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Dranrab says · 10.09.13

I’m a big fan of putting highlighter at the inner corner of my eyes to keep them looking fresh and awake.

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Jenn says · 10.09.13

One beauty secret that I’ve picked up that I can’t live without now: I line the inner corners of my eyes with shimmery ivory shadow. Really makes my eyes pop!

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tami johnson says · 10.09.13

My beauty secret is a little weird and may not work for everyone, but it works for me! I am quite messy when it comes to eyeshadow and mascara so I typically do that first and then apply my foundation after. That way, I can clean up any eye makeup messes and not have to redo my foundation.

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Allie says · 10.09.13

I have 2 big game changers in the beauty area. The first is using eyeliner only on my lower lash line. My eyes look twice as big and way more alert since I stopped adding liner to the top. It also makes my lashes look longer because you can see the entire length better now. The other is Seche Vite fast drying top coat. It’s magic. My manicures last at least a week with regular nail polish and my polish is totally dry within 5 minutes.

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Heather Vondra says · 10.09.13

I used to have a lot of good tips but in the past few years have just gotten lazy with my routine. A good cleanser, toner and moisturizer keep my face looking fresh though.

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Jenn says · 10.09.13

Baby shampoo is THE BEST for removing eye make-up (even waterproof)! It foams nicely, you don’t have to “scrub” at your eyes, and it doesn’t sting or burn if you happen to get some in your eyes!

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Mallory Wilson says · 10.09.13

My beauty tip is that you can never have enough mascara! Cover Lashblast is my favorite out of all the brands (both drug store and high-end) I have found!

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Megan says · 10.09.13

My beauty tip is to try the oil cleansing method, instead of harsh chemical cleansers to wash your face with. It takes off all of your makeup and I find that my skin is in much more toned and clear than it was when I used all the different chemical cleansers on the market.

meganbreweris@live.com

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Beth McFadden says · 10.09.13

I have tried this & not sure I’m getting the oil blend right. What blend of you use, & how often?

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rrogers says · 10.09.13

My beauty tip is LUSH cosmetics! My skin has never been in such good shape then when I started cleansing and moisturizing with natural, hand made, vegan products! renee.waugh@gmail.com

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Katie says · 10.09.13

Great lip color! My favorite beauty secret tip is to curl your lashes! Revlon makes a great eye lash curler too.
katespitzblog@gmail.com

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andreahonkanen says · 10.09.13

My beauty secret is to use clear mascara to tame wild brows!
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andreahonkanen says · 10.09.13

Another great tip I learned is to use eye drops to get the red out of unsightly blemishes on your face! Put a couple of drops on a q-tip and dab the area of concern a few times and voila!

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andreahonkanen says · 10.09.13

oops forgot my e-mail! andreahonkanen@hotmail.com

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Missy says · 10.09.13

I’ve always been a Revlon fan! My ‘secret’ is to always play up my lips … I love the bold red! Thank you –

sunnymolls2@hotmail.com (Missy)

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meg1t says · 10.09.13

If you keep your brows groomed at all times, you always look more polished, even if you have to run out without makeup!

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Katherine says · 10.09.13

Use primer anytime you wear product on your eyes. It’s an extra step, but well worth it.

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Emily says · 10.09.13

My best kept beauty secret is to smile! And wear mascara. 🙂
emiily.bainter@gmail.com

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Megan Norman says · 10.09.13

Dip the little wooden stick that comes in manicure kits into nail polish remover. This will help you in touching up messy edges on your nails. It doesn’t matter if the polish is dried, the remover still takes care of it cleanly!

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Sara Laverty says · 10.09.13

When curling your hair, let it cool before brushing or messing with your curls. It will ensure the curls stay curled longer! 🙂 saramarielouise@gmail.com

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Amanda says · 10.09.13

Play up fair skin! I’ve found that subtle, true pink blush brings color to porcelain skin in the perfect amount. Best I’ve found – NARS Illuminator, color “Orgasm”. Crazy name, I know. But a tiny bit on cheekbones will catch light and keep you looking fresh!
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Lee Ann says · 10.09.13

You can make mascara last longer by putting 3 drops of contact solution in the tube when it gets to the clunky stuff at the end. Baking soda with shampoo works great for stripping product off my hair. A super thin layer of Vaseline around the outside of your lips keeps lipstick from bleeding. leeann.sturch27@gmail.com

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M and R says · 10.09.13

I mix together some sugar and olive oil to exfoliate my face. Works great. tennisbec@hotmail.com

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Laurie says · 10.09.13

Using baby wipes to take your eye makeup off at the end of the day is much gentler on your eyes than “real” remover. No scrubbing involved, it comes right off.

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M2Mommy says · 10.09.13

Baby oil will take off even the most stubborn waterproof mascara. It’s very inexpensive and works great. I never buy eye makeup remover anymore. mbroglin@verizon.net

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Lisa says · 10.09.13

Favorite beauty secret: using hemp oil as a cleanser and moisturizer! Sounds weird, but actually leaves skin very smooth, moisturized, and helps a lot with clogged pores! 🙂

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Jennifer Hennis says · 10.09.13

The best tip is to use good brushes to put on your makeup!
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Sarah says · 10.09.13

I would love to know the best way to keep lipstick on without wearing off during the day(or getting on my teeth! It seems I can NEVER avoid it, no matter how many tricks I try).

Sarah

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Melissa says · 10.09.13

My beauty tip is highlighting and contouring! I’m very fair with dark hair and dark eyes and it can be very easy for me to just look very flat and pale after I do my makeup, especially in the winter. But when I take an extra couple of minutes to highlight and contour (with the Mary Kay highlighting pen and a dark, matte bronzer), it makes a HUGE difference. It photographs extremely well too, which is great when you’re in a wedding as I’m going to be in January, the height of pale skin season!

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Brooke Neuerman says · 10.09.13

I would love to hear about eye-liners. I have dark eyes and always feel “goth” even with just the smallest amount of eyeliner on. I would love tips for applying and the best products.

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Kerry says · 10.09.13

My beauty secret is. . . mascara? 🙂 Usually that and eyeliner are all I wear.

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Sara says · 10.09.13

My beauty tip is sunscreen! Even if you don’t think it is sunny out or you won’t be out long, the damage is irreversible.

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Deanna Lesher says · 10.09.13

Your skin looks amazing! I’m normally a department store/Sephora sort of foundation gal, but I may have to give that Revlon product a try! So, my favorite beauty tip is: Monistat Anti-Chaffing gel has the SAME EXACT ingredients as Smashbox primer. The tube of anti chaffing gel is about 7$, so it’s quite a steal compared to Smashbox!!

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Ashton Barker says · 10.09.13

I have never been disappointed with anything from the Colorstay line!! arbarker11 at gmail dot com

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crazybluedaisy says · 10.09.13

my fav beauty tip is to use coconut oil to remove your eye makeup naturally!
candmforever1@yahoo.com

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Katherine says · 10.09.13

Sweet! I just started using the Revlon ColorStay liner because it came as a bonus with my fav Revlon Growluscious mascara (the best mascara ever, btw). Love it!
My only question is – since the liner has SUCH GREAT staying power – what makeup remover do you find works best?

kkg.cunningham@gmail.com

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crazybluedaisy says · 10.09.13

not sure how to get the exact URL for my tweet, but here is my twitter info where I posted the tweet: https://twitter.com/candmforever

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Courtney Ostrander says · 10.09.13

Love the ColorStay line. My only question would be with a 5 minute routine in the morning, how do you get the perfect smokey eye in that amount of time? Thanks!

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Anne says · 10.09.13

My tip is to invest in good brushes and primer. Thanks

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Jennifer Chambers says · 10.09.13

I have an easy tip- I’ve always had problem, dry skin on my feet and elbows. One of the best things has been simple Vaseline slathered on my feet before I wear socks, and it softens my feet very nicely!

jenniferbyerschambers@yahoo.com

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Katie Nash says · 10.09.13

My favorite tip is to use a subtle highlighter under your brows and in the inner corners of your eyes. So pretty!
katieennay(at)hotmail(dot)com

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holly says · 10.09.13

I have combination skin that has a tendency to flake during the winter months. Not attractive, especially because foundation only makes it more obvious! My solution: I slather Aquaphor healing ointment on the dry patches before I go to bed. When I wake up, my skin is infinitely softer and smoother.
hgruntner@gmail.com

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L says · 10.09.13

My simple tip is how to make my makeup look dewy/illuminating with highlighters and light shadows. I use this trick any time I want to look extra special for a date or event 🙂
LeiahL@hotmail.com

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OneRadMother says · 10.09.13

My favorite beauty tip is how to “scrunch” curl hair with the perfect gel. I love this super easy, boho chic look 🙂 oneradmother@gmail.com

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Olivia Rickert says · 10.09.13

My beauty tip is to prolong your manicure, apply a top coat everyday, or everyother day!
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wat1215 says · 10.09.13

I am a lip product freak 🙂 in the best of ways. Simple morning with a 2year old – mascara and lip stick.
wat1215@gmail.com

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Robin Winters says · 10.09.13

Thanks for the information on Revlon’s products. I think i’ll try that foundation out.
Not sure if it’s really a “secret” but one thing I love to do for a very natural simple eye is to use bronzer in the crease and corner, and then a simple highlighter under the brow. I love the colors together and it creates a very simple daytime look.
rwinters0615@gmail.com

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bubblyblonde19 says · 10.09.13

I like putting a light neutral shadow in the inner corners of my eyes and under my brows to highlight my eyes and keep me looking awake!

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Danana Banana says · 10.09.13

I’d love tips about covering up acne and acne scars. I feel like my cover up attempts looks lumpy and obvious. Sigh.

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A Musician, Plain and Tall says · 10.09.13

I didn’t have any beauty tips that came to mind, but I saw your question and thought that I might be able to help! I had acne when I was younger, so covering it up is second nature to me. The thing that helped me was switching to a small brush for concealer application instead of my fingers. I use Maybelline’s dream mousse concealer. For some reason I find that the texture sticks better to my problem areas, and I like that it’s not a liquid. Also, I use my eyeshadow primer as an “acne primer” so that the concealer doesn’t fade throughout the day. Plus, it saves me from having to buy extra products, or try to stuff more into my makeup bag.

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McCall says · 10.09.13

hmmmm…. My beauty secret is to not wash my hair everyday! It’s so much softer and easier to deal with when I go a few days in between! callywog at hotmail.com

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Danae Kannely says · 10.09.13

I like to put light eye shadow in the inner corners of my eyes to brighten them.
danae.kannely@gmail.com

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I'm Just Beachy says · 10.09.13

I use gloss over lipstick or lip balm, always! Makes me look younger!
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Hillary says · 10.09.13

Using oil to clean and moisturize my face. I love it and mix up my concoction about once every 2 months. You can use a variety of oils to give you the best results for your skin. So easy and chemical free.

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MistyBen says · 10.09.13

On days when I’m in a rush or don’t feel like putting on full makeup, I focus on my eyes. Quick swipe of eyeshadow and mascara draws attention to my eyes and looks very laid back.

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MistyBen says · 10.09.13

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Laura Nile says · 10.09.13

I have found that using coconut oil as moisturizer is a cheap and effective way to moisturizer at night.
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Jamie says · 10.09.13

Inexpensive conditioner for shaving cream- it works so much better and is a lot cheaper! Suave almond and shea butter is amazing!!!!!
jamielin17@gmail.com

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jward says · 10.09.13

I like to use bronzer to add warmth to my face since I have a very light complexion.

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Heather says · 10.09.13

I want to know the best way to conceal a pimple. I wish I had a tip myself to reveal!

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Kristin says · 10.09.13

My biggest reveal, is an easy day time look for blue eyed girls: Apply a nude shimmer shade to your whole eye, lashline to brow bone and then use navy eyeliner and smudge it on top lash line, lower lash line and into the waterline. Apply back mascara and bam! Your eyes look bright and in focus.
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Megan says · 10.09.13

I love the red lip and I’m definitely going to have to try it out! I don’t know that this tip is a secret either but lot of times I like to use my blush as an eyeshadow. It’s a simple, fresh look that is really quick when I don’t have a lot of time that day. My email is meganwbark@gmail.com. Thanks so much!

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Lisa Olson says · 10.09.13

I mix a bit of luminizer cream with my foundation when applying, it gives me a subtle glow.

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Kate W says · 10.09.13

I would say that washing my face each morning and evening with a good cleanser and my clarisonic in the evening is my best tip. It has kept my skin looking pretty good the last few months.
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Jordon Reynolds says · 10.09.13

Taking the time and practice to draw on perfect eyeliner every time. Its a skill that pays off once mastered.

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Jordon Reynolds says · 10.09.13

Taking the time and practice to draw on perfect eyeliner every time. Its a skill that pays off once mastered.

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Susan says · 10.09.13

I don’t have any tips that haven’t been said. I do love a lip liner to prevent lipstick bleed. Love the tip on the red…always find it hard to wear well. Thanks.

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Susan says · 10.09.13

Forgot. Email is elaine1255(at)yahoo(dot)com

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Britta says · 10.09.13

I like to mix primer into my foundation before applying so that the foundation goes on more smoothly. Works like a tinted moisturizer, but better!

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KimmieAnne says · 10.09.13

My favorite tip is for concealing under eye bags: apply concealer to the shadow under the bag ONLY to camouflage the bag. If you put concealer on the bag itself, it can make it more noticeable. (littlekimmy1148@yahoo.com)

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Susan says · 10.09.13

elaine1255(at)yahoo(dot)com. I tweeted. https://twitter.com/sebh55/status/388013254540132353

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by CJ says · 10.09.13

I love washing my face with the Oil Cleansing Method. I use Olive Oil and Castor Oil 3xs a week. My face has never looked better or felt better. I struggled with acne my whole life and it has totally been kicked to the curb!

carolinejosef@gmail.com

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Darby Tinch says · 10.09.13

Love the red! dmoraitakis@yahoo.com

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Kristal Benedict says · 10.09.13

When brushing my teeth, I regularly “brush” my lips gently with my toothbrush. It helps exfoliate and leaves them so soft. Great for when my lips start to feel chapped!
kristalkd78@yahoo.com

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Emily says · 10.09.13

For a natural look, I very lightly dot on lipstick, then put on lip balm. I’ve found it’s a good way to get some use out of a less-than-flattering lipstick color if I’ve made a mistake at the store!
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Andrea Smith says · 10.09.13

If you want the perfect matte red lip, make sure you exfoliate your lips by applying chapstick and than lightly scrubbing. alsmit16@gmail.com

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Sarah says · 10.09.13

I must have that lipstick! It is divine!

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Evonne Stephenson says · 10.09.13

Washing your eyes in the morning and evening with Johnson & Johnson’s baby shampoo. It gets the oil off your eyes as well as make-up and never stings!
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Brianne Heape says · 10.09.13

I have the Revlon ColorStay Ultimate Suede™ Lipstick in Finale and LOVE it. Would love to win! briannejoy (at) gmail (dot) com 🙂

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Jennie says · 10.09.13

Love the Revlon eyeshadow and your make up looks great! Would love to win!

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Tara VanKanegan says · 10.09.13

Tightlining has changed my life! I would love to try out the revlon eyeshadows! taravankanegan@gmail.com

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The Miller Family says · 10.09.13

My beauty tip – I curl my eyelashes by holding my blowdryer to my eyelash curler for a couple of seconds. It works wonders when you have straight, short eyelashes! shley14@hotmail.com

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Amy says · 10.09.13

Sunscreen! And a smile.

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Natalie says · 10.09.13

My beauty secret is using coconut oil to remove your makeup- it is all natural, smells great, and is a super moisturizer.

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Natalie says · 10.09.13

oops, my email didn’t show up. natalieguy1988@gmail.com

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Rita Towns says · 10.09.13

Get a jar of coconut oil from Walmart or any grocery store. Rub it on your hands like lotion. Put gloves over your hands and sleep with them on. Your hands will be soft and beautiful!

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Missy says · 10.09.13

Beauty secret: get lots of sleep! That keeps under eye bags at bay, and waking up rested and refreshed sets you in a good mood for the day which looks good on anyone.
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Leslie: DowntownHaute says · 10.09.13

Love your lip color!
Very pretty!

<3

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Rana Crow says · 10.09.13

Beauty secret: Vaseline! It will take eye make off and hydrate your lips! Put on your lips right before bedtime. ranaterry@hotmail.com

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chapfan says · 10.09.13

Be confident and take aging gracefully. sarahrebeccachapman@gmail.com

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Mami2jcn says · 10.09.13

My mother always told me to use cold cream to remove makeup before bed.

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Jodi Lee says · 10.09.13

My beauty tip is to line your waterline with a nude kohl pencil. It really brightens your eyes and makes them look bigger. Another tip I love is for streaky white nail polish. Put a coat of any white nail polish, then a coat of a matte topcoat, and another coat of the white nail polish. It really makes them pop, isn’t streaky at all, and no it doesn’t make your nails matte, they will be very glossy! It really works with any light/cream nail color. Haven’t tried it with a darker color but it may work with those as well if they tend to leave your nails streaky! I love this trick!!
My email is jodileenielsen@comcast.net

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Kathy Olson says · 10.09.13

An eyelash curler is the best tip of all!

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Katie says · 10.09.13

My fave tip is to use coconut oil as a makeup remover, apple cider vinegar as a toner…natural stuff is both cheaper and works better, for me at least!

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Lisa says · 10.09.13

My grandma used to say whatever you do to your face do to your neck. You don’t want an young looking face with an old lady neck. Lismarier89@yahoo.com

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Lavender Paper Hearts says · 10.09.13

My favorite beauty tip is Aveeno Moisturizing Bar. It’s my favorite face wash ever!!
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Elena says · 10.09.13

Use sunscreen every day, even when it’s cloudy outside

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Ashley says · 10.09.13

wash off makeup before bed. every night! and lots of h2o.

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Ashley says · 10.09.13

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siri says · 10.09.13

Playing with different colors and products keeps me from getting stuck in a rutt and bored of my same old look:) Nothing like a little makeup playtime!
UnforgettableSiri@gmail.com

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Ashlee O'Brien says · 10.09.13

I tend to have sensitive problematic skin, number one beauty secret is Cetaphil Face Wash, my dermatologist recommended it to me forever ago, washes away dirt and grime but still leave the essential oils! You can even use it without water by applying it and then rubbing it in and wiping it off or leaving on as a moisturizer, it’s amazing !

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the Cranor Family says · 10.10.13

Always take time to pamper yourself.

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Becca says · 10.10.13

I’m an eye makeup first kind of gal. It keeps my foundation looking flawless without any fallout or otherwise to worry about.

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Morgan says · 10.10.13

Use your concealer to cover under eye circles AFTER having applied foundation. And if between shades put for the slightly darker rather than lighter. It makes a world of difference between looking like you’re wearing too much makeup and having it look natural

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Morgan says · 10.10.13

Use your concealer to cover under eye circles AFTER having applied foundation. And if between shades put for the slightly darker rather than lighter. It makes a world of difference between looking like you’re wearing too much makeup and having it look natural

Morganpaige22@gmail.com

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mb22 says · 10.10.13

Can use a colored dry shampoo for thinning hair to cover the scalp and make hair look thicker. mb22@umail.iu.edu

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mb22 says · 10.10.13

Can use a colored dry shampoo for thinning hair to cover the scalp and make hair look thicker. mb22@umail.iu.edu

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Colleen says · 10.10.13

use a very soft toothbrush to soften the mascara if it gets too clumpy very gently across the lashes. cmc54956@gmail.com

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Stephanie says · 10.10.13

Use a highlighter pen on top of cheek bones and towards temples…this creates a fresh, youthful, glow instantly!
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Brittany Longberry says · 10.10.13

Great tip. I’ve always had trouble with this. I will have to try this out tomorrow!

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Adele Brown says · 10.10.13

I just found your blog through Pinterest, it is so good! I recently just started my own blog and reading great blogs like your is teaching me a lot!

I love the pop of color the red bring to your classic outfit!

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Adele Brown says · 10.11.13

My biggest beauty reveal would have to be. . . I always brush my hair starting at the bottom and then work my way up!

Adele.mamabrown@gmail.com

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theayers5 says · 10.10.13

Smile and nobody will notice your laugh lines! I remember a very beautiful (over 50) friend once telling me that smiling is the best age defying beauty tip there is, and I believe she is right. 🙂 ayers26@sbglobal.net Love your blog!

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Christian says · 10.10.13

I use colored eyeliner on the bottom lash line to add a little color to my eyes, paired with neutral eye shadow. My favorite colors to use is green and blue because it makes my eyes pop! christian.1196@yahoo.com Love your blog!

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Anya says · 10.10.13

For long, thick lashes, my top tip is Mary Kay Ultimate Mascara in Black. It is the very best mascara I have ever tried (and I have tried many!). paintedmaypoledesigns@gmail.com Wonderful blog! I’ve learned so much!

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Lilian Teles says · 10.10.13

Hi, Kate!! My name’s Lilian .
Just discovered your blog through you tube and I’m loving it!!!!
Have a question for you: what do you use on your hair to protect/style before curling it with curling iron?
Thank you!!

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Kathy Wallace says · 10.10.13

My tip is to make sure you add a little color to your brows. It really makes a huge difference.

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Stephanie says · 10.10.13

My tip is wash an old mascara or nail polish container and fill with: 1/4 of the container with Castor Oil, 1/2 Vitamin E Oil, 1/4 Aloe Vera Gel. Mix the concoction together with your mascara wand, and apply a light layer to lashes (or brows) every night before bed. Castor oil thickens your lashes while aloe vera gel lengthens. Vitamin E accelerates length. Give it a month for results.

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Hannah Lorenc says · 10.10.13

If you’re running out of product (chapstick, lipstick, moisturizer) use something to get the last bits out! I use a beauty scooper and you would be surprised how much product is left where it wouldn’t be otherwise accessible! Hannahhlizz16@gmail.com

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Emily says · 10.10.13

Most people think that vegan or cruelty-free makeup isn’t as high quality or doesn’t perform as well. I’d encourage everyone to go cruelty-free; there are really some fantastic products out there! Urban Decay is my favorite brand of cruelty-free products, and their new line of Naked skincare products is to die for!

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Robin Hinchee says · 10.10.13

Using a Beauty Blender really helps to give you that flawless finish with your foundation! My favorites are the off-brand beauty blenders from TJ-Maxx (only $3.99!) with the Revlon ColorStay Whipped Foundation in Buff. robinhinchee@gmail.com

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Shawn and Cami and Max and Annie says · 10.10.13

Its not really a secret, but I think blush changes everything. I love it!
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Christine says · 10.10.13

Check your foundation shade when the seasons change. I wear a darker color foundation (lightweight) in the summer. In the winter, my foundation is heavier (with more moisturizer) and a shade lighter (from not being in the sun).

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Tammy says · 10.10.13

Setting spray REALLY does help keep your make up on

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akronugurl says · 10.10.13

i always wash my face at night

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Becca says · 10.10.13

I use conditioner as shaving cream – works even better for me and it’s one less product in the shower! Becca5485@yahoo.com

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Stephanie Weber says · 10.10.13

My favorite tip is that you have to moisturize! Even with combination skin, it helps to balance out the oily parts and the dry parts and keeps your skin from being so dry/oily throughout the day. Email: webers498@gmail.com Tweet: https://twitter.com/StephiMarie/status/388280210744807424

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Kristen Biloki says · 10.10.13

I think my beauty tip would be that an eye shadow primer does wonders to keep your eyes looking great all day!

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Lisa Brown says · 10.10.13

My best kept beauty secret: Don’t stress. Stress is so hard on skin and can prematurely age you.
jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

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Shelley says · 10.10.13

My beauty tip is to apply a face moisturizer with sunscreen to your face every single day.

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Megan Daly says · 10.10.13

My beauty tip secret: using raw potato slices to soothe your puffy eyes (my sister taught me this fabulous trick!) My email: designzbymeg@gmail.com

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Heather Parrie says · 10.10.13

Secret: if you’re prone to breaking out from heavy foundation, use a more natural, less-coverage foundation (like Tarte Amazonian Clay) as a base, then add a layer of the heavy foundation for the coverage you want.

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Carrie B says · 10.10.13

My favorite beauty tip is an oldie but a goodie. It’s stuck around for so long because it actually works. Drink lots of water!

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Sara says · 10.10.13

Drink gallons of water every day!!

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April says · 10.10.13

Washing my face at nigth really dries out my skin. I use coconut oil as my moisturizer before bed and its helped! couponsforaprils@gmail.com

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Amelia says · 10.10.13

I use organic coconut oil to remove my makeup at night. It works great and also leaves moisture on my eyes and helps combat under eye circles. amjuga1@gmail.com

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Kim says · 10.10.13

I “wash” my hair with apple cider vinegar 1-2x/month to really clarify the gunk that has built up. A hairdresser pal told me she did this years ago and I was too nervous to try it on my highlighted hair until recently. It really does the trick without feeling like it strips it!

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Amy says · 10.10.13

My tip would be to use up the last your mascara- add a little saline solution to it and mix it around. It gets the last of the mascara out of the tube! rose_amyd@hotmail.com

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mj says · 10.10.13

coconut oil!! i use it on my hair, as a lotion for my body and as a moisturizer for my face. leaves you so soft and smooth! email: jonesmf7@yahoo.com

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Jamie Preston says · 10.10.13

My beauty tip would be a primer! I love the way my foundation looks when I use a face primer first! It doesn’t sink into any lines on my face, it keeps it smooth looking all day!! jamiepreston88@gmail.com

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Kelly King says · 10.11.13

Put your almost used up mascara in a cup of hot water for a few minutes, then shake it like crazy….you will get another week out of the tube!!!! Kelly@mrtampanorth.com

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Lara Rassette says · 10.11.13

Moisturize like crazy. Don’t forget your neck!

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Mami China says · 10.11.13

My beauty tip is: if you have a blemish that is especially red put some Visine on a qtip and press it on the pimple for a minute. It will help tone down the redness so you don’t have to use as much product to conceal it. Email: cmo.guzman [at]gmail[dot]com

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Megan Klump says · 10.11.13

Lining your top inner eyelid (below the upper lashes) really makes your eyelashes look thicker! (m.klump.88@gmail.com)

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sunnysideshlee.com says · 10.11.13

Protein spray in the hair once a week – helps keep hair healthier especially when you are using hot products on it daily!

email: sunnysideshlee@live.com

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Veronica Parkinson says · 10.12.13

After waxing, shaving or plucking its very important to keep the hair follicle clean. Instead of using pricy products make an at home tendskin. Crush approx 25 up coated aspirin and mix with 5oz rubbing alcohol and 2.5oz witch hazel. It’s super cheap and I never have ingrown hairs or redness!

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Lauren says · 10.12.13

I don’t wear makeup often, but I always wash it off before bed. lauren799 at gmail.com

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Jessica says · 10.12.13

I dont have one, wash your face every night….

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Jessica says · 10.12.13

I tweeted too! https://twitter.com/jessrwarfield/status/389094544001609728

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susan1215 says · 10.12.13

My hair is so dry so once a month or so I put a hair conditioner in my hair at night and sleep with it over night. My hair feels soft in the morning after I wash it off.
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Danielle says · 10.13.13

My favorite beauty tip: Unbend a bobby pin and use it to separate your eyelashes after you put on mascara!

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JC says · 10.14.13

Apply Vaseline and wear socks overnight to keep my feet soft.
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JC says · 10.14.13

-https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/389595803070636032

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D Schmidt mummytotwoboys says · 10.14.13

My beauty secret is to drink lots of water and use olive oil to remove eye make up.
mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

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Lisa Brown says · 10.14.13

A beauty secret: Don’t stress. Stress is so hard on skin and can prematurely age you.
jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

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Lisa Brown says · 10.14.13

my tweet – https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/389871506970259457
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April G says · 10.15.13

My favorite beauty tip is to apply just a dab of shimmery, light eyeshadow to the corners of my eyes to brighten them!
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Toast says · 10.15.13

blend. blend everything. buy brushes specifically for blending. blend eyeshadows, blend blush, blend everything – everything looks so much more natural and beautiful when you blend.

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geneva711 says · 10.15.13

Coconut oil for eye makeup remover and as a deep conditioning mask for your hair. email is shopspboutique@gmail.com

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Tim, Jennie, Paisley and Moose says · 10.16.13

I will have to try this look, but remember beauty is within.
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Lauren. says · 10.16.13

To help prevent your red lip from straying away, place a tissue over your lips and dust a translucent setting powder over the tissue. Just enough will fall through to set your lipstick! It will also give it a beautiful matte finish. Sometimes a shiny red lip can be too much! This will help to keep it subtle. lgranata22@Gmail.com

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clc408 says · 10.16.13

My tip is to apply a spray makeup fixative after applying makeup to keep it in place.

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stelawn says · 10.17.13

Loved the eye makeup tips especially highlighting the inner corner of the eyes. Thanks for sharing such a nice stuff.

Regards
Health and Beauty

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Betsy says · 10.17.13

Brown sugar is great for exfoliating your face. It’s gentle and natural!

Kmalmanger at gmail dot com

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Tina says · 10.17.13

i drink lots of honey water
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janiewanie says · 10.18.13

I use oatmeal as a really mild facial exfoliant. It doesn’t feel like it would work but it does wonders for my face.

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Melinda says · 10.20.13

I’d like to know how to find the perfect red lipstick.

but my beauty secret is to use 2 shades of foundation to hide under eye shadows

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rachel says · 10.20.13

Being hydrated is key to having healthy skin.

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Kelly Massman says · 10.22.13

Always wear a smile but beyond that moisturize every day! thanks kmassman gmail

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Gina Wildorchid says · 10.22.13

My favorite tip is to apply bronzer in a c shape from the forehead to under the cheekbones.

Thanks for the chance to win!
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Gina Wildorchid says · 10.22.13

My favorite tip is to apply bronzer in a c shape from the forehead to under the cheekbones.

Thanks for the chance to win!
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Gina Wildorchid says · 10.22.13

tweet–https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/392705095793512448

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Emily N. says · 10.22.13

My favorite beauty tip is getting my eyebrows threaded. A great shape without the redness of waxing.

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Amanda: says · 10.25.13

Bottom lashes first with mascara – that way you don’t get smudges on your eyelids when you look down to apply – chances are your top lashes are no where near being dry yet 🙂
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Rachel B. says · 10.27.13

My favourite beauty tip is the oil cleansing method for washing your face – it felt like my (very acne prone) skin was saying “thank you, thank you, thank you” when I started doing it.

Also, bee tee dubs, Kate, I bought the lipstick you’re wearing in this post immediately after reading it, and I’ve gotten compliments every time I’ve worn it. It’s the perfect soft red! Thanks!

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Jamie Lehrmann says · 10.31.13

I use classic eye liner, and then liquid eye liner on top. The liquid eye liner goes on PERFECTLY once it has a base, and the color lasts forever!

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Jamie Lehrmann says · 10.31.13

My beauty secret is to use regular eye liner, and then liquid eye liner on top of that. It’s SO easy to apply when you already have a base, and the color lasts forever with both!

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One Frugal Girl says · 10.31.13

Sleep, sleep, sleep. The more you get the better your skin looks.
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Kerry says · 11.01.13

I swear by my Clarisonic. It has made my skin so much clearer and smoother!

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Kerry says · 11.01.13

tweeted: https://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/396288747873914880
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Rebecca Graham says · 11.03.13

Don’t go a day without sunscreen.

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Dee says · 11.03.13

My beauty secret is using extra virgin olive oil to remove my makeup at night. It comes right off and leaves my skin smooth and soft afterward! 🙂 deeg131 at gmail dot com

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Dee says · 11.03.13

https://twitter.com/DeeGee13/status/397066904067514372 tweeted as well! 🙂

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MCantu1019 says · 11.03.13

use moisturizer
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ms-texas says · 11.03.13

always take off your makeup at night before going to bed and
follow up with a good moisturizer

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ms-texas says · 11.03.13

i posted a tweet:

https://twitter.com/bellows22/status/397102520578756608

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Charity/CC says · 11.03.13

Exfoliate your lips with a simple sugar scrub.

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Tabathia says · 11.04.13

I always use facial moisturizer

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Janice says · 11.04.13

My beauty tip is to use Vaseline when removing mascara. Vaseline helps strengthen your eyelashes and helps them grow thicker.
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Erin Scott says · 11.04.13

When applying mascara, instead of wiggling the mascara wand, I wiggle my head. It’s more of a gentle shake than a wiggle, really, but it gives you more control versus the wand wiggle. Email: bubblybombshell@gmail.com

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Erin Scott says · 11.04.13

When applying mascara, instead of wiggling the mascara wand, I wiggle my head. It’s more of a gentle shake than a wiggle, really, but it gives you more control versus the wand wiggle. Email: bubblybombshell@gmail.com

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Betty C says · 11.04.13

Use sunblock daily and moisturize to keep your skin at its best.

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Betty C says · 11.04.13

Tweet – https://twitter.com/willitara/status/397262304409948160

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Whitney says · 11.05.13

Moisturize day and night

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StephanieC says · 11.05.13

clear mascara for flyaways! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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Deb K says · 11.05.13

My tip is to splash cold water on your face to open your pores after you wash it.

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Harmony Burmeister says · 11.05.13

Use an SPF moisturizer year round
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Amanda Sakovitz (mandy83) says · 11.05.13

I always put a lash primer on before my mascara

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angie lilly says · 11.05.13

sleep sleep sleep! Get your 8hrs and 15 mins every night in the darkest room possible with the thermostat set to no higher than 65 degrees. That is what science has proven is the best and it works for me! LOL Nothing makes you prettier than rest!
Angie
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angie lilly says · 11.05.13

I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/MsTofuFairy/status/397766885749424128
Angie
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Susan C says · 11.05.13

Touch up your roots quickly with a little mascara to match your hair color!

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Anna Pry says · 11.05.13

my tip is to remember to wash your face every day and use spf
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Thomas Murphy says · 11.05.13

Use moisturizer every day.

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Amy says · 11.05.13

You look awesome and beautiful. my beauty secret is use a mask before putting on foundation for a flawless look

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Erica Best says · 11.05.13

i used over ripe banana heel softer

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Erica Best says · 11.05.13

i love all the tips on here so may good ones

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Priyanka Sen Biswas says · 12.31.13

You can consume a wide number of healthy food to procure fairness. You can maintain healthy and beautiful skin as you consume high quality of food. Beauty tips for fairness, Food for good looking skin

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Randy Otten says · 01.17.14

Anything to excessive will cause cancer clearly. Everything is moderately. Honestly regardless of wherever you research something concerning any cosmetics there’s reaching to be a extremely exhausting cosmetic to search out that’s ALL NATURAL. if you’re unless creating it by yourself and you recognize that everything is safe then yea.. Parabens believe it or ought to be at very cheap of the list of any cosmetic unless if you created it solid product then it doesn’t want it. however seriously if you probably did obtain a product while not it in it then goes to spoil terribly quickly. Its funny too as a result of bread and blueberries have natural parabens inside them but…. not complains that do they.. additionally once a shampoo or shower gel says “sulfate free” and your product still bubbles after you use it sadly its not “sulfate free” the maximum amount because it is tough to believe that, thats is that the truth you’ll be able to look it up, its a scam that firms can do so that they won’t loose any customers. during this day in age everybody has to build cash so that they ar reaching to tell you this. I wont to work for lush and that i would ne’er Bachelor of Science my customers and that i would educate them as a result of they failed to apprehend. affirmative Lush will used salt, parabens, dyes, however they’re honest not like most firms. If you’re reaching to desire a colourful soap its reaching to have a color dye unless you purchase dial or irish spring however nobody needs to possess dry skin do they now? nobody needs to buy soap that doesnt have any color or charm thereto. within the finish it’s utterly up to you wherever you would like to travel and obtain your cosmetics. Lush has contemporary face masks that ar fantastic however they solely last three weeks therefore if you’re searching for nice aid product they’re there.

Also I had detected that I scan during a comment that had this piece of knowledge therefore I quoted it and that i can tell you why. “ALL volatile oil IS TERRIBLE FOR SENSITIVE SKIN for redness prone skin.” that’s not true. everybody had completely different desires for his or her skin, NOT EVERYTHING goes to figure for everybody. affirmative suggesting is extremely nice however there ar alternative calming ingredients that ar nice for sensitive skin however betting on what you’re sensitive TOO. currently this might be Tea tree, rose water, rose absolute, aloe vera, lavender etc.. however believe it or not rose, aloe vera, mineral ar acknowledged to calm the skin to scale back any redness. however like I aforementioned NOT each INGREDIENT goes to react an equivalent to everybody. If you’re unsure what your skin is sensitive to then attend an expert. If you dont have the financial gain try and puzzle out what’s creating your skin react. this might be a daily moisturizer, even makeup etc.. however seriously everything is trial and error. you’ll be able to look on-line and see that somebody failed to sort of a product however you needed to undertake it out, however dont blow over what they aforementioned attempt it out and see however you prefer finish of story. Samples ar nice however they dont provide you with the complete impact. If something if you have got the cash for the merchandise decease and if you dont am fond of it once a few of weeks come it. simply make certain you have got your receipt and you recognize the businesses come policy.

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