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Everyday makeup

I usually keep my makeup pretty neutral on daily basis, unless I’m doing something different than going to work:) (or staying home-in that case I don’t usually wear any lol). Here are my currently favorite products, that I use daily: Nivea Lip Butter Vanilla & Macadamia Kiss Dermalogica clearing mattifier-great for oily skin Neutrogina shine control primer Makeup Forever HD Foundation Benefit Boi ing concealer UD’s Naked Basics Palette Elf Eyelid Primer Diorshow Iconic Overcurl Mascara L’oreal true match blush…

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L’Oreal Feria: Wlid Ombre

The second I saw L’Oreal’s Wild Ombre effect kit, I knew I wanted to try it out! It took me a couple of days to find a drug store that had the kit for darkest hair color in stock. The kit comes in three different colors: one for Medium to Dark Brown hair (which is one I used), Dark Blonde to Light Brown and Light to Medium Blonde. The kit was super easy to use, it comes with a little…

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Naked basics

I finally got my hands on Urban Decay’s Naked Basics palette and I am completely in love! This neat little palette includes five basic matte colors and one highlight color, which makes it a staple in a makeup collection. Urban Decay’s shadows are great quality and blend very easily. The palette itself is  very slim, in a solid packaging with a full length mirror. Size comparison Color Foxy is already included in a Naked2 Palette, great to use as a…

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Taking it all off..

As much as I love makeup, I cannot imagine going to sleep without taking it off. Doesn’t matter where I am or what time it is. Recently I discovered a really cool (literally) product, by Boscia: MakeUp-BreakUP Cool Cleansing Oil. It’s great to use everyday in the shower. It is very gentle, and despite it being called “an oil” it actually does not feel it has such consistency. It’s supposed to be applied on a dry skin and massaged in…

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How to: Cleaning your makeup brushes

Usually I clean my brushes once a week-every other week- depending on how much I have used them. Cleaning the brushes on regular basis is important not only for our skin, but also for making  the brushes last longer. I like to use a baby wash for cleaning the brushes, because it’s very delicate, but regular soap will do as well. I squeeze a small amount of product on my hand and delicately “swirl” a wet brush  on my palm…

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