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    foundation makeup
  • Foundation is a flesh-toned cosmetic applied to the face to create an even, uniform colour to the complexion, to cover flaws, and, sometimes, to change the natural skintone. Foundation applied to the body is generally referred to as body paint.
    natural
  • in accordance with nature; relating to or concerning nature; "a very natural development"; "our natural environment"; "natural science"; "natural resources"; "natural cliffs"; "natural phenomena"
  • A person regarded as having an innate gift or talent for a particular task or activity
  • A thing that is particularly suited for something
  • A sign (?) denoting a natural note when a previous sign or the key signature would otherwise demand a sharp or a flat
  • someone regarded as certain to succeed; "he's a natural for the job"
  • a notation cancelling a previous sharp or flat
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Don't Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me, 8th Ed.
Don't Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me, 8th Ed.
This well-organized, authoritative book helps women find products that make them look great without spending a fortune. From drugstores and home shopping to department stores and catalogs, Paula Begoun reviews all the major cosmetic and skin-care lines, product by product, with more than 30,000 total. Regardless of cost, there are good and bad products in almost every line, and with the turn of a page, readers can get concise reviews and fast answers. A user-friendly rating system makes it easy to find items worth trying.

Women spend an extraordinary amount of money on cosmetics--$45 billion a year in the U.S. alone. Now in its fourth edition, Don't Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me strikes fear in cosmetics-counter consultants everywhere. First off, Begoun has deconstructed ingredient lists. Ever wonder what methylparaben, propylparaben, and butylparaben are doing in your mascara? And what is diazolidinyl urea? All four are potential irritants, and the latter is a preservative that can release formaldehyde, a class A carcinogen. Buyer beware.
Begoun also lists which companies are cruelty-free and which continue to conduct animal testing. The majority of the book--and that's nearly 800 pages--is devoted to reviews of thousands of cosmetics, from cleansers, foundations, alpha-hydroxy acids, and moisturizers to lip liners, eye shadows, and concealers, all of which Begoun has personally tested. (There are no hair care products listed, as that warrants another book entirely: Don't Go Shopping for Hair Care Products Without Me.)
She's perfectly frank and tells it like it is. (On Revlon's ColorStay Makeup: "goes far beyond the claim of 'It won't come off on him.' It won't come off when you want it to.") You'll learn how to tell when you're being boondoggled by a salesperson, what's overpriced and overhyped, as well as what's overlooked. More than 200 brands are included, along with a helpful summary at the end that lists the best products for each cosmetic category. It should be noted that not only is Begoun a fine consumer advocate, she's also a self-esteem advocate: she mentions time and again that even the best cosmetics won't necessarily improve your life, and that's a point well taken.

This well-organized, authoritative book helps women find products that make them look great without spending a fortune. From drugstores and home shopping to department stores and catalogs, Paula Begoun reviews all the major cosmetic and skin-care lines, product by product, with more than 30,000 total. Regardless of cost, there are good and bad products in almost every line, and with the turn of a page, readers can get concise reviews and fast answers. A user-friendly rating system makes it easy to find items worth trying.

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Makeup for Connie from A Chorus Line
Makeup for Connie from A Chorus Line
The makeup Amy did for her role as Connie in A Chorus Line. It's a throw back to the 70's, with earthy/neutral colors. Since the show is about a group of dancers auditioning for a Broadway show, the makeup isn't crazy/heavy as regular stage makeup, but rather a slightly heavier version of street makeup. Colors use: -- BO-122 Maquillage d'Artiste foundation + BO-103 100% Pure+Natural foundation (to create the perfect match to my skin tone under stage lights) -- PK-201 (all over eye area, up to brow) -- GD-200 (all over eye lid, particularly the inner corners of eyes) -- BW-206 (lid and eye socket/crease areas; concentrating on the outter corners) -- GY-203 (crease area to add depth and color to the whole look) -- BK-200 (eyeliner, applied with a wet brush to create the look of liquid eyeliner) -- CK-301 (cheeks) -- Beaute {Lip} Balm
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I've not taken a self portrait in so long. Heres what i look like today without photoshopping. I've been buying loads of expensive make up recently like mac foundation, various Gosh! stuff and a fab no7 eyebrow pencil! I finally found a white liquid eyeliner too, someone at my work said it looked like i had tipex on my eyes. this is my first self portrait on my 27-70 2.8 sigma lens

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