first of all, i need to give credit where credit is due.even though i love reading reviews and trying products i find on my own, i have begun to rely more and more on the suggestions of people whose make-up style i love.These two spirited, intelligent women wrote letters in this astonishing, historically priceless volume.
it’s the reason i ever get a compliment on my skin, i am sure. brushes because they’re amazing and amazingly cheap, even though i’d love some big, fluffy, all natural brushes.using the Albeit all over face brush, i apply blush to right above where some would apply contour color. after curling my lashes (i had heard SO much about this curler and i do like it! ), i apply the benefit mascara, top with a couple of coats of the lancome mascara and sometimes add a little bit of eyeliner to my top lid to make my eyes look bigger and brighter aka when i am tired.i don’t contour because that is way too much work for me, but ideally you would layer your blush right above that, so not to mimic jolly cheeks of Santa Claus super high on your face but just below to make it look natural. i tend to apply a little more blush than i deem necessary because it is my go-to trick for making my eyes look brighter and bluer. 🙂 i never go all the way across my lid, starting from the outer corners and work in about 60% across my lid."I hear the President Johnson expect to be in Hartford the 26th," exclaimed Addie."I wish some of them present him with a ball through his head."Shared passion, ambitions, frustrations, politics, gossip, all the fascinating minutiae of daily life, give these unique letters extraordinary flavor and richness--and offer us an unprecedented piece of American history.even though i really want to get to a point where everything i own, both in clothing and make-up but also in most other areas as well, is bought with the “quality over quantity” and “only natural” mindsets, i can’t just toss everything out the window and start from scratch because i don’t have that kind of budget currently.a couple of months ago, i did throw away all old make up brushes and foundation, breaking up with bare Minerals and trying tarte’s foundation which has helped my skin and has a much more natural, long-lasting finish.then i go back with the elf ultimate blending brush and tap it into place, being gentle with my under eye skin because it is so soft and pliable.i would like to try a different, lighter concealer because i don’t really have dark under-eye circles and this one doesn’t do much for me. i do love the bare Minerals Stroke of Light Eye Brightener so i may buy that next!and Kristin just nails that sweet, natural make-up look every time!here’s the thing: this make-up line-up isn’t perfect.