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Posts for March 24th 2008
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We'll be the first to admit an occasional overindulgence in the blush department. Alas, anything that's really good, will turn your worst habits right around. The new Pot Rouge Lip and Cheek Color in Cranberry is bold blush that requires one quick swipe over the cheeks for an awesome rosy look. The blush is one we've used for many years, and can recommend the cream-based formula as it's pretty easy on your skin and moisture-rich enough to use as lip color as well. Dab a little bit on bare lips and seal the deal with some chapstick and you have an understated matte look. The new raspberry color, as detailed in its packaging, is ideal for medium to dark skin tones, however, being that we're on the pale side, we think a more conservative application suits light skin tones just fine. Create the quintessential Bobbi Brown fresh face look by using this cheek color along with some classic navy liner, black mascara, and gel tamed brows.
This actually got us inspired because really who couldn't use a little bit of fun with some frosty looks? She suggests NARS Duo Eyeshadow Cream in Thebes but we think that Vincent Longo's Wet Diamond Eyeshadow is how we would play it. This creamy soft, full color eye powder with light reflective pearls is perfect for playing with the new frosty Bollywood starlet looks. Applied dry a sheer veil affect brightens the eyes if you want to go a little more subtle. When applied wet it turns into a shimmering cream that lasts for hours without creasing. We suggest White Sparkle or Jewel 69 for the ultimate fun and frosty looks. Its not just for Texans or Sorority girls anymore! And just because we are feeling funky on Monday we decided to share our favorite old school Bollywood routine Jaan Pehechaan Ho. Underneath the masks we are betting these lovely ladies have frosted eyes. Check Out More Shoutouts Here