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December Boxycharm
Beauty Bakerie - Breakfast in Bed Eyeshadow Palette cool toned. Love it! Better formulas out there but it’s not bad at all. Murad - AHA/BHA Exfoliating Cleanser not sure how I like it yet so will update after using it more. Milk MAKEUP - Kush Waterproof Mascara very dry and doesn’t separate or lengthen well. Essence mascaras are better. VOLITION - Snow Mushroom Water Serum it’s not bad. Only have used it once so far. Doesn’t feel hydrating like serums from Pacifica but will keep using it to see in am how my base looks. bodyography - Eye Pencil not number one but not bad either. Not a “gliding” as urban decay but better than cheaper brands. I’m privy to my KVD VEGAN BEAUTY - Cake Pencil Eyeliner and MILANI - Stay Put Waterproof Eyeliner Pencil but always down to try a new brand. Last but not lease INT lip oil. I’m not into the wet lip look so gave it to my daughter who is a gloss freak and she’s in love. Not sticky but stays put for a good bit. Tastes good nice color. Minimum color but perfect for anyone really.
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StephanieRenee878
Holiday Makeup 💄 with ✨ GLITTER!
First time for this look! I’m really digging the Christmas Makeup this year and this was my first go at it! It was fun and took FOREVER!!!! The Breakdown!!!! FACE🎄 e.l.f. - Jelly Pop Dew Primer e.l.f. - Acne Fighting Foundation e.l.f. - Hydrating Camo Concealer MORPHE - Continuous Setting Mist CHEEKS🎄 e.l.f. - Primer-Infused Bronzer MILANI - MILANI Baked Blush OFRA - OFRA Highlighter in glazed donut 🍩 EYES🎄 #e.l.f. Cosmetics - All Day Stay Eyeshadow Primer[products]#[FiveStars] e.l.f. - Hydrating Camo Concealer COLOURPOP - Stone Cold Fox Shadow Palette color- Lux for base color Lime Crime - Venus Eyeshadow Palette Color-Muse e.l.f. - Liquid Glitter Eyeshadow In Bling Bling and 24k gold. For wings! OFRA - OFRA Highlighter ARDELL - ARDELL Faux Mink Lashes tarte - SEA Surfer Curl Volumizing Mascara bodyography - Eye Pencil in Onyx LIPS 🎄 KVD VEGAN BEAUTY - Everlasting Lip Liner in Vampira MORPHE - MORPHE Matte Liquid Lipstick in Bloodshot e.l.f. - Liquid Glitter Eyeshadow I dabbed on the silver and then the gold in the center! Had a lot of fun with this one....but what do you guys think??? Yay or nay?? #CherieCreator❤️🎄
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Jillianb1
Makeup in a pinch: lipstick as blush
I’m out of town this weekend, and since it was a bit of a last-minute trip, I failed to grab all the makeup I would normally bring. Most notably, I forgot to grab my usual blush (MILK’s lip and cheek stick in “werk”). Luckily, there’s an old trick that’s made just for times like these: using lipstick instead of blush. In fact, there are a lot of multi-use lip and cheek products these days, proving that a lot of times a pigmented stick is perfect for either use. I had the bodyography - Fabric Texture Lipstick left in my makeup bag from the last time I traveled, so I dabbed it on my cheeks and used my fingers to tap/blend it in. It ended up looking great, and actually very similar to the MILK stick in terms of color—except it left a bit of a more matte finish. This was easily remedied by using some cream highlighter on top to end up with the more dewy finish that I prefer. This is an old trick that I would recommend to almost anybody, with the only exception being those with very sensitive skin and/or allergies who may not want to risk using products on their skin without patch testing first. Has anyone else used this trick? Does anyone actually prefer using lipstick instead of blush? #CheriePartner
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lizbentley17
A lipstick you may not have heard of
Bodyography wasn’t a brand I was very familiar with, until last year when then released their fabric texture lipsticks and I won a full set of them in a giveaway. I’ve never been a huge fan of traditional lipsticks because they look too harsh on me, but these are buildable and can be applied for a blotted effect. Bodyography describes them as “demi-matte” lipsticks with a “next-to-nothing naked feel,” which I would say is accurate. They are cruelty free, gluten free, and vegan, and contain coconut and jojoba oils to moisturize. This is the shade “velvet,” and as you can see it’s a deep burgundy that always makes me think of blackberry juice. This is not a color I would normally wear, but since I can apply it and blot it do it looks more subtle, I really like it. It doesn’t last more than a few hours though, but I really don’t mind applying. I wish it were a little more moisturizing, but honestly my lips are always dry and I haven’t found any one product yet that has offered me a solution for it. These lipsticks are $26 each, which is a little pricey in my opinion. However, these will last me forever since I don’t wear them every day, and when I do I only apply a little bit. I recommend checking out Bodyography if you haven’t heard of them!
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lizbentley17

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Highlight Comparison: Creme vs. Powder
Highlight Comparison: Creme vs. Powder
I am a fan of all highlighter textures, but in recent months, my go-tos have all been crème formulas – with my favorite being Bodyography’s dual stick crème highlight. It’s the most perfect champagne color and it melts into the skin to create the perfect shimmery-dewy-glowy effect. Compared to powder formulas like Physician’s Formula’s Butter Highlight, I find crème highlights to be the best for creating a natural glow. I always apply my crème highlights with my fingers, which adds to the natural no-makeup makeup effect and helps me get closer to the areas I want to highlight and draw light to. I find myself reaching for powder formulas when I want a real strobing look and layer it on top of my cremes for a dramatic, eye-catching look.
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DamnThatsGlam
Butter Highlighter
PHYSICIANS FORMULA-Butter Highlighter
A lipstick you may not have heard of
A lipstick you may not have heard of
Bodyography wasn’t a brand I was very familiar with, until last year when then released their fabric texture lipsticks and I won a full set of them in a giveaway. I’ve never been a huge fan of traditional lipsticks because they look too harsh on me, but these are buildable and can be applied for a blotted effect. Bodyography describes them as “demi-matte” lipsticks with a “next-to-nothing naked feel,” which I would say is accurate. They are cruelty free, gluten free, and vegan, and contain coconut and jojoba oils to moisturize. This is the shade “velvet,” and as you can see it’s a deep burgundy that always makes me think of blackberry juice. This is not a color I would normally wear, but since I can apply it and blot it do it looks more subtle, I really like it. It doesn’t last more than a few hours though, but I really don’t mind applying. I wish it were a little more moisturizing, but honestly my lips are always dry and I haven’t found any one product yet that has offered me a solution for it. These lipsticks are $26 each, which is a little pricey in my opinion. However, these will last me forever since I don’t wear them every day, and when I do I only apply a little bit. I recommend checking out Bodyography if you haven’t heard of them!
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lizbentley17
Fabric Texture Lipstick
bodyography-Fabric Texture Lipstick
B is for Bodyography
B is for Bodyography
I might be turning 30 in September (yikes!) but I don’t think I am too old for glitter. I think glitter on the eyes really draws attention to the eyes, and can be an easy way to take a basic eye look to a whole other level! I have been loving & enjoying the glitter pigments from Bodyography for like two years now. I even have all 16 shades in my collection! And it’s funny because I was never a glitter hoarder before, and I’m still not - I just like THESE glitter pigments. Why? Because they are easy and fool proof. Loose glitter or even liquid glitter shadows can be messy, transfer, and easily ruin your entire makeup look with one wrong move. But because these glitter pigments have a base (the pigment) I find that these are super easy to apply, stays in put, doesn’t transfer, and has minimal to no fall out! My favorite way to apply them is by using my finger. I feel that I get better control this way. Like I mentioned, there are 16 shades so there is an array shades to choose from - whether you want something subtle or something bright, they have it! I’ve had mine for 2 years (I know, past the expiration) but they still perform and they don’t dry out! You can find these on the Bodyography website or even online at Macy’s for $23, which is a bit on the high end for just one glitter pigment, but it will last you forever and you’ll be supporting a great indie brand along the way! bodyography - Glitter Pigments
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makeupxdanseee
Glitter Pigments
bodyography-Glitter Pigments