1. Start With Concealer
Creating a brighter and more even complexion is often the most time-consuming part of makeup application. Cut minutes from the job by strategically dabbing concealer on pigmented areas — under-eye circles, say, or blemishes — then brush your teeth or fix your breakfast before applying the rest of your makeup. This gives the concealer time to melt into your skin more smoothly and to set, so you won’t have to use as much makeup over it.
Monday, April 30, 2012
pretty excited to announce, that im starting my new job tomorrow at beaux bellas in richmond tomorrow, and i know i am going to have trouble learning how to say that properly. I quit my last job due to not being treated fairly, had two weeks off and starting with my new boss who just bought the business. pretty excited for it all. :))
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