• Have you ever made any of the following makeup mistakes?

    Best answer: Yes. It comes with the process of learning. Some people like to do these things... it just comes down to preference and perspective.
    Best answer: Yes. It comes with the process of learning. Some people like to do these things... it just comes down to preference and perspective.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Which ooks better thin eyebrows (left) or thick eyebrows (right)?
  • What eyeshaow make hazel pop out?

    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is this to much for my skin?

    first off, before you hear my routine, my skin is very sensitive, dry, and i get red, flaky patches with acne around my nose, and under my mouth. I currently havent tried this routine yet, but im wondering it its to many things? im 13 years old btw. ---------------- Night------- use Bioderma Sensibio H2O to take... show more
    first off, before you hear my routine, my skin is very sensitive, dry, and i get red, flaky patches with acne around my nose, and under my mouth. I currently havent tried this routine yet, but im wondering it its to many things? im 13 years old btw. ---------------- Night------- use Bioderma Sensibio H2O to take makeup off - Use a cleanser - tone with Thayers Witch Hazel Alcohol Free Toner - Rose Petal - moisturize and ease irration with Manyo factory tea tree aloe herb gel - Morning ---------------- splash cold water on face to wake me up - Hyrdrate skin and calm redness with ROSEWATER by LEVEN ROSE
    4 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Does anybody know any good cheap makeup websites or brands? I need good makeup but I don’t have much money right now.?

    And maybe also some brushes?
    And maybe also some brushes?
    4 answers · 9 hours ago
  • How to get rid of peach fuzz for better makeup application?

    I have peach fuzz I want to remove as it makes my makeup look cakey no matter what I try. It's very light, and blonde, but still want it gone. I do have acne, and redness, and my skin is very sensitive. I refuse to wax it cause I can just imagine the amount of redness and tiny red dots that will... show more
    I have peach fuzz I want to remove as it makes my makeup look cakey no matter what I try. It's very light, and blonde, but still want it gone. I do have acne, and redness, and my skin is very sensitive. I refuse to wax it cause I can just imagine the amount of redness and tiny red dots that will emerge. I'm SO tempted to just take an eyebrow shaver, and just shave it off, but I know that is one of the worst ways to go about this, lol. Any home remedies that work? Suggestions? thanks!
    4 answers · 9 hours ago
  • What mascara do you use?

    Best answer: You might like Total Tease mascara by Cover Girl. It has a pink top. It has a small brush and a little side comb to flare your lashes.
    Best answer: You might like Total Tease mascara by Cover Girl. It has a pink top. It has a small brush and a little side comb to flare your lashes.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to set foundation?

    I want a foundation only look, no concealers. How do I set that? Powder all over the face or like a setting spray or something else? Idk. All tutorials on youtube show how to set full face makeup but they only set the parts they concealed.
    I want a foundation only look, no concealers. How do I set that? Powder all over the face or like a setting spray or something else? Idk. All tutorials on youtube show how to set full face makeup but they only set the parts they concealed.
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do you apply cream blusher over or under powder??

    Best answer: You can apply it over powder but you could risk making the powdered base look cakey. I like to apply it to my foundation and then powder. If its pigmented the color pay off will still be visible even after powder application, if not use it as a base and apply powder blusher to intensify.
    Best answer: You can apply it over powder but you could risk making the powdered base look cakey. I like to apply it to my foundation and then powder. If its pigmented the color pay off will still be visible even after powder application, if not use it as a base and apply powder blusher to intensify.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are eyelash extensions worth it?

    Best answer: I am an aesthetician and have worked with lash technicians for a number of years. I have seen many different clients views, and have had lash extensions myself a number of times. Rule #1 - do your research on the technician that you see. Make sure that you are seeing someone who is reputable, and not just trying... show more
    Best answer: I am an aesthetician and have worked with lash technicians for a number of years. I have seen many different clients views, and have had lash extensions myself a number of times.

    Rule #1 - do your research on the technician that you see. Make sure that you are seeing someone who is reputable, and not just trying to get you in and out.

    1) Actual application is quite relaxing. You will be laying down, with your eyes closed. They will put eye patches over your under eye to help keep your eyes closed for you. They will separate each lash - again - big thing about finding a good tech - they will use their glue to attached ONE lash extension, to each of your current lashes. (There are some techs that will "stack" the lashes. This will be a fuller, more glamorous look, however it will also weigh the lashes down, and they will fall out faster.). The application time can take anywhere from one-two hours depending on the look you are going for.

    2) Again, depends on the place. Your initial application appointment will be anywhere from $150-200. You will be required to get lash fills every 2-4 weeks, and the fills range from $30-50 depending on the place, and how many lashes they are putting on. To get an idea of how many lashes you are getting - The average person has roughly 70 lashes on each eye. A Natural lash extension set is about 40 lashes, either all over your eye, or you can get them placed strategically on the outer corners of the eyes for a feminine touch. The more glamorous and bold of the look, the more lashes put on - also affecting the length of time for application, and how much the cost will be.

    3) Short answer, yes. Longer answer - your natural lashes fall out regularly. (honestly you probably lose quite a few each week. They also grow back just as fast (unless you have a hair condition in which you don't grow hair, lashes, etc very fast...however you would know this because you would be going into your appointment with very little lashes). This is why fills are required, you will get app 15-20 new lashes put on at each fill, they will put these on the new lashes that are on your eyes. It will definitely not make your natural lashes stronger, but it isn't going to thin your lashes either.

    4) I have a mixed opinion about the lash extensions - They are a lot of maintenance. Another big issue that I had, was you have these beautiful, curled, dark lashes on your eyes... well as those two weeks come towards and end, and you're due for a fill ... you sometimes have weird gaps in your lashes which do not look great. They are also expensive, and it is a lot of commitment. Getting lash extensions before a vacation - excellent idea as you do not have to worry about mascara, or looking bad when you come out of the pool. For regular day use, there are other options for keeping things looking great. If you are just considering this for an easier morning, and just want natural... something you may want to look into would be a "Lash Lift" - this is a process of tinting your eye lashes, and giving them a temporary "perm" or "lift" - This lasts about 2 months, and costs roughly $60-100. It will darken your lashes, and keep them beautifully curled. Better cost, and when it wears off, you can just put mascara on and curl your lashes again.

    I hope this helped! :)
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Help finding undertones?

    I've read all the tips to find my undertones but I can't really tell. I took a picture of my wrist in day light and indoors. the firat one is in natural light, what color do you see the veins? blue ir green? undertone? [IMG]http://i68.tinypic.com/14311rd.jpg[... [IMG]http://i66.tinypic.com/j7q3k0.jpg[/...
    I've read all the tips to find my undertones but I can't really tell. I took a picture of my wrist in day light and indoors. the firat one is in natural light, what color do you see the veins? blue ir green? undertone? [IMG]http://i68.tinypic.com/14311rd.jpg[... [IMG]http://i66.tinypic.com/j7q3k0.jpg[/...
    5 answers · 2 days ago