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my fancier makeup look

I start off by using my Avon ideal flawless invisible coverage liquid foundation
in the shade light ivory.  To apply this I use a Target brand beauty blender.
Next I use my Maybelline instant age rewind eraser dark circles for my under eyes in fair color, which I also like to blend with my Target brand beauty blender.
After that I set my makeup with the Rimmel Stay Matte long lasting pressed powder in the shade 004 sandstorm.  For this I use an Eco Tools powder brush.
To give me some color I use the Avon true color blush in soft plum.  To apply my blush I use the Eco Tools angled blush brush.
After that I use the Lemongrass Spa  Sheer Minerals "blush," which is actually a bronzer, in the shade honey glow bronzer.  I also use my Eco Tools angled blush brush to apply this.
Next I fill in my brows with the Anastasia brow wiz in the color soft brown.
Then I use the Wet and Wild Silent Treatment trio, I use the brown shade and and the Sephora + Pantone Universe pallet.
Finally I curl my lashes with my Revlon eye lash curler and apply my favorite drug store mascara the Cover Girl lashblast volume.


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