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No. 170544

New makeup thread as >>72061 is being locked at last. Great job throughout the last one, anons! So many posts were informative and helpful.

Feel free to share reviews, videos, infographics, questions, etc as long as they remain on topic about cosmetics.

Are there any new products you've purchased recently? How do you feel about them?

No. 170552

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Are the etude house bb/cc creams good? what are the best bb/cc creams out there?

No. 170553

>>170552
I used their cotton fit and the mineral fit years ago. The mineral fit doesn't do the patchy/cakey shit that cotton fit does, but the lightest shade of it is still too dark for me. Cotton fit gets patchy and transfers and it seemed like using a primer actually worsened that.

Some good brands are Tony Moly, Holika Holika, Mizon, Lioele, and Skin79.

No. 170554

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>>170553
Doubleposting, but there are also some decent Japanese bb creams on the market. Bison Baby Pink BB Cream is super popular, but its only really useful if you don't have acne to cover and are looking for that flushed complexion. Its translucent. Canmake's bb creams are in the same vein; Good for if you already have near perfect, blemish free skin to work with.

https://jw-webmagazine.com/japanese-bb-creams/

A Korean brand that I forgot to mention was picrel. I got it in #02 for the shade and while its still a bit too dark, mixing it with shade lightening drops from The Body Shop helped. Its actually pretty heavy feeling on my skin though, so I don't use it often.

Have you looked into bb cushions? I've only tried one by Sulwhasoo.

No. 170556

>>170554
Thx so much anon! i'll check all those out now, you must have super pale skin like me, i find korean and japanese brands to be the best for me because i am super pale with yellow undertones so they usually suit my face. i haven't heard of bb cushions before, i'll look into them now!!

No. 170564

>>170554
cushions have barely any product honestly. i wonder if it would be ok to resoak them with another foundation/bb cream

No. 170566

This is just a pointless rant, but I wanna complain that decent makeup in my poor country is just too expensive. Local cheap brands are just completely shite, local average brand is often still worse than international drugstore brands, and expensive makeup is just pretty expensive. Importing even drugstore brands that you americans/europeans consider really affordable (like $15-20) can already get to almost 1/5-1/3 of what a middle class young person in their first jobs earns monthly…
This jsut sucks honestly

No. 170567

>>170566
samefag, but sorry for bad English and late night rant.

No. 170571

>>170566
That sounds like it blows, anon. Where do you live?

No. 170588

>>170566
Is the risk of getting fucked by import fees high? There are websites where people exchange things internationally. It works as long as the taxman doesn’t notice.

No. 170589

Anons can you recommend me an eyeshadow palette with mostly pinks? I like smaller ones like 6 or 8 shades ♥

No. 170591

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No. 170593

>>170589
seconding the other anon that those colourpop palettes are good, i also like the huda beauty neon pink obsessions

No. 170601

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>>170589
There's the Venus XL with a lot of variety on pink shades, and there's Venux XL 2 for more "dusky" colours.

No. 170605

>>170591
Looks do cute thanks anons!

No. 170637

>>170605
I'm not the anon who recommended the venus palette but I'm just gonna let you know that I don't own much makeup and I got that one and I love it and use it daily

No. 170653

>>170601
Those colours are so pretty damn. I don't need new make up cuz I'm not going anywhere with covid but I wants it

No. 170659

>>170544
>>170552
for bb cream, i like drugstore nyx or elf. cc, i like itcosmetics. idk if it counts but my favorite skin tint is neutrogena hydro boost hydrating tint!

No. 170670

Ugh, the newer Jill Stuart products in here look so cute, but I know they haven't lived up to the hype. The featured Chanel blush also looks really pretty, but this seems like yet another thing I could find at a drugstore for cheaper. Plus, I'm pretty sure that shade would just make my face look dirty.

As for Amplitude, I'm a bit interested in those palettes.

No. 170826


No. 170852

I haven't tried much of Kiko Milano stuff. I only had a skin care serum a few years back. Have any anons tried their makeup?

No. 170891

>>170852
It's generally kind of trashy and not good, but their micro eyebrow pencils are god tier. It's a really thin pencil with a really hard formula, so not greasy or too dark. Probably not everybody's taste but I miss them so much, all their stores are closed.
(i can just buy online but my hair colour has changed and idk what colour I am now, I need to physically test it)

No. 170933

Does anyone know where to get cute makeup brushes?

No. 170940

>>170826
Thx anon i was actually considering one of those pearl or crystal palettes. How are their shadows?

No. 170956

>>170933
BH Cosmetics or elf

No. 170957

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>>170933
spectrum cosmetics
luxie brushes
it cosmetics

No. 170965

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does anyone else use lip plumper, or lip products with a plumping element? i like to combine it with like a lip stain or something light under, or gloss it over a lip butter for a natural look. my lips are full but i have a weirdly small mouth and i find that my facial proportions are instantly like ten times better when i get them to be a tiny bit bigger

pic related, i've been using buxom in "big O" and it's the best lip product i've ever had, it plumps/ moisturizes/ has a custom color-changing element that is a really nice peach-pink on me. i'm obsessed, they should hire me for promo at this point

No. 170966

>>170965
Does it actually plump though? I used Soap and Glory's plumping stuff years ago and it sucked. How does it compare to Lip Venom?

No. 170967

>>170965
my first lip plumper was a buxom lip gloss. it didn’t feel like i was giving myself a chemical burn and it smelled absolutely amazing. buxom kills the lip plumper game.

No. 170971

>>170967
>>170966

it plumps instantly for me, but it doesn't make them huge or anything like if you were to use those scary lip suction plastic things. I have lip venom, i tried it once hated it and never used it again, it's too spicy and sticky without actually plumping. my other favorite is the NYX pump it up gloss (the one with the syringe design) which is less effective than buxom but is a good gloss to have when you want shine and a tiny bit more volume

No. 170976

>>170956
>>170957
Thank you so much!

No. 170978

>>170965
Damn anon I was gonna order this in Dolly cuz you got me hyped and they don't ship internationally! Lame.

No. 170979

>>170965
I might have to try this. The Too Faced plumper I used was horrific. I thought I had done damage to my lips.

No. 170986

>>170978
oh no! i actually got mine off of amazon because it was cheaper there than sephora, maybe look for a different resource than the site you found it on

No. 170987

feeling hopeless because my parents were super strict about not using makeup in high school, now im 20 and i have no idea how to even start :/

No. 170988

>>170987
Michelle Phan's early, early videos have always been really good for beginners, drama and bullshit aside.

No. 171167

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> Find a cute blush
> Color is really light, might finally not look like a clown wearing one
> Decide to wait
> Discontinued

No. 171191

>>171167

NO! A literal nightmare, i'd like cry… what was it?

No. 171198

>>171167
I’m so sorry anon I hate when they discontinue products!!

No. 171214

>>170986
Yeah I used another UK site! I hope it's as nice as you say Anon. They didn't have dolly but I got the fiery in the balm and the lip stain in Smooch. Hopefully they aren't too heavy a colour.

No. 171223

I dunno why but I still don't get the Korean makeup look, it's all the craze lately, and (at least where I'm from) they mostly sell things that only cater to the look. It's difficult for me to get the kind of makeup I want cuz I lean towards alt makeup styles and a little frustrating when u only see coral/orange-y makeup everywhere kek.

No. 171230

>>171223
Don’t you have some conventional shops near you like sephora?

No. 171267

This is perhaps only makeup adjacent, but how does one go about fixing chronically chapped lips? It seems like chapstick does nothing and lipstick looks awful if it's not on a soft smooth surface…

No. 171268

>>171267
Do you use a lip scrub twice a week or so? That could help.

No. 171270

Im thinking about buying a set from glossier, the lash slick, boy brow, and cloud paint. Ive never bought anything from glossier before, is it worth it?

No. 171275

>>171268
I tried it a while back but eventually stopped since I didn't see quick results. That was probably a mistake on my part, I'll give it another go with something like sugar and honey

>>171270
I personally really enjoyed boy brow and definitely want to try cloud paint.

No. 171287


No. 171293

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Any advice for similar lightly tinted lip balm products? These aren't discontinued, just not sold at drug stores in my country anymore. Not a fan of the Burt's Bees tinted lip balms because they feel weird and thick.

No. 171297

>>171293
are these scented? they're so cute..
you could try maybelines babylips! the red cherry one is really nice imo.

No. 171300

>>171270
haven't tried boy brow but the lash slick and cloud paints are great

No. 171304

>>171297
Nta but I have been using these for three or four years now and they are BOMB! They're scented, but I've used them on very chapped lips without any irritation.

>>171293
Have you tried Nivea, Chapstick brand (they make tints now), Buxom, Clinique, Sunbum, Laneige, or Revlon? They all make tinted balms now.

No. 171394

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>>171214
let me know how you like it! I only have Big O, i've been meaning to try another shade or maybe one of the stains

>>171293
>>171304
oooh next time i'm at the pharmacy I'll have to look for these, they remind me of another revlon product I used to use all the time in high school.

another really great one that I love are the revlon colorburst lip butters, I think they must be discontinued because I literally had to hunt them down on random websites to stock up on them over the years. 'candy apple' red and the coral orange one are my fav shades. I also really love glossier cherry balm dot calm, I only bought one tube and it's lasted me years now. also etude house color lip balms, and if you have a sephora where you live they have a similar slightly colored/ scented balm line, I have pic related in goji berry and it smells SO good. I'm basically just a sucker for light effective coverage that's moisturizing and doesn't take a ton of effort/ won't fuck my entire look up if it fades off like a harsh lipstick or liquid lipstick (i've tried to get into these SO many times and can't bring myself to like them, the only one that was semi okay was OCC cosmetics) the only lipstick I like are the moisturizing ones by Estee Lauder

speaking of, what lip stains do you guys like? I used to use lip markers all the time just for an under layer of color and top it off with a balm or butter, but I kinda want to look into trying a new one

No. 171421

>>171394
Those Sephora lip balms are great, I loved the watermelon one but I don’t think it’s available anymore. They weren’t quite as hydrating as I would’ve liked (my lips are dry as fuck in the winter) but they work better than most tinted lip balms.

No. 171427


No. 171581

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Does anyone know of a good light/medium taupe eyeliner pencil? The one in picrel used to be my favourite until they stopped selling it where I live. I've been using an eyebrow pencil out of desperation but it sucks lmao. There's a fuckton of brown ones but it's so hard to find a nice taupe shade.

No. 171605

>>171581
urban decay has really nice creamy eyeliner pencils. i was obsessed with the gold one in middle and high school but i have a dark brown one now that i'll use for like a subtle smudgy dark eye look when i don't wanna just do the standard black wing liner look

No. 171627

>>171581
I know essence has a really nice one and nyx aswell

No. 172861

sorry if necro, but have any of you guys tried any products from the colourpop animal crossing/sailor moon collabs? i’m interested in the purple palette from the ac collab, the blotted lips from the sailor moon palette, and maybe a cooler toned blush from either, but i’m hearing mixed things on the quality and shipping to where i live is a bit expensive so i don’t wanna buy if i’m not sure!

No. 172976


No. 172985

>>172861
I got both blotted lips from Sailor Moon, and for some reason, they just aren't as good quality as the ones from their main collection. I found that the Sailor Moon ones had a weird, patchy application compared to the normal formula. Doozy from their main collection is more red than pink but I find it very similar to the Sailor Moon ones and I like it a lot, it's one of my go-top lip products.

I would skip the Animal Crossing eyeshadow quads. They're not worth the price. They have a warm pink/purple 4-shade palette called Amor for cheaper, but also for 2$ more you can get one of their 9-shade palettes like Lilac You A Lot, which will give you much more utility in my opinion.

No. 173182

Where do you girls get makeup inspiration from? I love trying new looks

No. 173237

>>173182
Pinterest!

No. 173621

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What are your fave drug store orange lipsticks? Can be red oranges too but I am looking for mattes, I always wear lip spf so satin stuff just slips off.

No. 173623

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anyone knows how long the colour stays on? and does it fade away after eating/drinking?

No. 173625

>>173623
I used to put it on the night before, it stayed on for at least a full day and a half unless you scrub. Proper staining power.

No. 173626

>>173623
>>173625
arent these chinese aliexpress stuff tho?
Asking because I'm interested in the real deal

No. 173629

>>173626
I only got mine in korea and thee don't look like them

No. 173671

>>173623
So, where is there a reputable seller for these online that isn't aliexpress?

No. 173689

>>173671
the Korean brand is called Berrisom and you could find it on korean sites or amazon

No. 173833

>>173623
>>173689
I can attest to the Berrisom tints. Don't buy a random chinese brand, they don't work as well. Exfoliate with a good sugar scrub before and make you apply a highly moisturizing balm or gloss after peeling because it will DRY your shit out if you're careless. I put mine before bed, just like the other anon, and it'd last for a day or two. They're great, do get them.

No. 176115

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I need help finding my undertones. Here are lipsticks that I think suit me (pic related)

No. 176116

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>>176115
And here are lipsticks that don't.

What I don't get is that there are (imo) both cool tones and warm tones lipsticks that suit me or that don't. So how can I find out my undertones?

No. 176117

>>176115
>>176116
All these lipsticks are very similar looking yet some suit me and some look awful. I am confused please help out! I need to get good at makeup.

No. 176122

>>176115
Pretty sure you're warm. I only see cool tones in the 'looks bad' picture.

No. 176136

>>176115
You look better in warm tones and cool tones make you look sickly. You're welcome.

No. 176350

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Does anyone have tips for covering flaky healing pimples like this? My spots are even redder than this though (not my pic) and it seems like no matter how much concealer or foundation I use they don’t get covered up and it just makes my skin look cakier and flakier

No. 176354

>>176350
Okay, maybe I'm wrong for doing this, but I use a little bit of scotch tape and loop it around my finger to pick up all the random flakey bits without harming the skin that's still healing. The concealer/foundation usually do the trick just fine after without caking onto any dry spots.

No. 176363

>>176350
mederma speeds up the healing process for me and keeps them from lingering as brownish red spots. I put it on the spots at night

No. 176382

>>176350
I usually cover it overnight with a heavy healing moisturizer or ointment. If that's not possible then I do it for at least 30 min before putting on makeup and wipe off excess and then pick of the crusties with tweezers IF it's not going to further fuck up the area. You should probably color correct if concealer isn't covering the redness, a tiny dot of light green/yellow will counteract redness. Blend only the edges a bit (I like to use a small shader brush or a smudge brush). Set that with a bit of powder and apply your concealer. I use Wet'n'Wild Photofocus for zits, it has pretty good coverage without being super dry. It's probably still going to look slightly crusty though, maybe look into moist healing acne. You basically treat pimples like a wound and use drying treatments very sparingly or not at all.

No. 176390

>>176350
I would use a chemical exfoliator or toner and put a pimple sticker on it overnight, it’ll get rid of the dryness. I have oily skin so I wouldn’t over moisturise cause it would make me break out. Hope that helps!

No. 176479

what are the best drugstore mascaras that aren't over $10CAD? not poor but I hate spending a lot on mascara because I toss them after 3 months as I am prone to eye infections. I wish there were good eco friendly/refill options that are actually good, waterproof and not $$$. in fact all makeup should be refillable imo

No. 176501

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>>176479
This!!

No. 176512

>>176501
>>176479
Pretty much any Essence mascara! They're so cheap you can buy a couple and see which you like best. Lash Princess is great but so is the extreme volume one.

No. 176514

>>176501
>>176512
thanks! that's a cute mascara

No. 176558

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Has anyone tried this? Is is a good dupe for Inglot Duraline? I need something to mix with my eyeshadows to use them as eyeliners and this is significantly more affordable than Duraline. But for some reason I can't find any reviews on it.

No. 176571

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Calling all oily hoes out there, hit me with your best long wearing matte foundation.

No. 176736

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>>176571
This is my go-to matte. If I'm feeling baller I get the soft matte complete foundation by NARS. Both last me at least 10 hours before I need to blot it with a beauty blender, blotting sheet or some translucent powder. I find that the Infallible matte does last longer but by hour 15 it's a little…. melted. Especially if you're super oily or it's humid. Oh, and both are very full coverage so be careful with that.

No. 176779

>>176571
Oilspill-face anon here. I'd say that primer is more important when it comes to staying oil-free. Clinique's Superprimer is great

No. 177223

I have never worn make up before, I'd like to start now but only for certain occasions. I have no idea what would look good on me though, what shades and colors match with my skin tone etc. Any tips?

No. 177225

>>177223
I don't wear makeup myself, but every time I tried I looked like a clown. But I realized that its not what I put on my face, but how. This vid kinda helped me realize this. You should look at your face and really think about facial features to accentuate and highlight vs features you want to hide. Example, I have a squarish jaw, so I would prob bronze/contour my jaw so that it gives a softer look/illusion.

No. 177274

After years of buying many products I finally found a foundation and concealer that match my skin color enough. And now I'm scared that I will tan in spring/summer and that I have to buy dozens of products again to try to find the right shades again. What do I do?!

No. 177276

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>>177274
use a foundation adjusting product like picrel. You just mix it with your current foundation to make it darker

No. 177293

>>177274
Use sunscreen.

Can anyone recommend a vegan cream foundation please?

No. 177294

>>177276
God, living like this sounds like hell. I couldn't be arsed to do all this makeup shit in the morning, and that's another step to take (even if it's small).

No. 177296

This might belong in the skin thread instead, but I'm having such trouble finding a foundation that doesn't cause flaking on my skin when applied. Now I know it sounds like I have dry skin, but the thing is my skin looks absolutely fine (no noticeable dryness or flaking) when I go bare face. I use a daily cleanser, moisturiser and suncream and it's happy. But if I try to apply a foundation for a little bit of coverage, around the mouth and forehead it doesn't sink in properly and leaves me with flakes. Is this my skin, or am I using the wrong kind of foundation? I'm a amateur with makeup, I'm just looking to even out my skin tone a bit, nothing heavy. Any products to recommend?

No. 177303

>>177296
Oh I have the same issue. It's both skincare and makeup, I can't stand matte foundations because of this.

Have you ever tried using an exfoliator in your skincare routine? It helped me a lot with this.

No. 177311

>>177303
Glad to hear I'm not the only one! I do use an exfoliating scrub twice a week. Maybe it's not strong enough? But my skin seems fine without makeup so I'm nervous to use something more abrasive because I do have sensitive skin prone to redness..

No. 177472

>>177276
The foundation I got is a powder foundation lmao. But wouldn't those change the shade as well anyway?

No. 177474

>>177294
seriously, I can never get past just the basics because a full face seems like a whole can of worms to be opened

No. 177479

>>177296
Have you tried using BB cream instead? There are some moisturizing kinds, works amazing for me, used to have similar issue in the past.
Something that also helped, even with regular foundation, is moisturizing the skin before applying foundation, locking the moisture with a little bit of oil / squalane. Usually that means you'll have to wait like 20minutes before proceeding to applying foundation, but if you have time, may be worth it. Another thing is the way you apply it, I can see a difference in the way my skin behaves with it depending whether I've used sponge or a brush (sponge + gently pressing technique is much better than smearing with a brush)

No. 177533

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>>177296
Some products aren't compatible with each other, for example using a silicone primer underneath a water-based foundation will cause the products to "pill" (flake off and sit on top of the skin). Oils and oil-based moisturizers can break up foundation in a way that makes it slide around the skin and look patchy, mattifying products tend to have this effect too.

If you're looking for your-skin-but-better coverage I recommend the Skin Perfecting Tint by Glossier, it's my favourite. I know some people think its bogus because it's extremely light coverage but to me it makes a noticeable difference and the texture was incredible. Personally prefer it to any of the BB creams I've tried. They make a concealer and tinted finishing powder too that some people really like.

No. 177553

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So I've never really done proper makeup before (just lipstick + mascara for nights out) but today I was randomly like hmm I wanna try out some eyeshadow so I looked at some yt tutorials & what tha fuck, are y'all really using 839473 products for 'simple natural daytime look' or whatever.. I'm not trying to act superior I am just astonished, how do ppl have the time / money / energy for this shit omg

No. 177554

Like damn, maybe I was better off when my BDD made me think people would laugh if I attempted to perform femininity in any way, it seems like so much work

No. 177558

>>177553
This is a result of beauty influencers being sponsored to jam as many products they can into one video. Real people don't do that, it would look like shit anyways without all the filters. All you need is a neutral palette (Wet & Wild is good for drugstore, Tarte for higher end) and a blending brush. A light or sparkle shade goes on the lid, then a darker one in the crease. Use the darkest one to line your eyes and blend it up. I also had to learn how to do makeup online so I feel your pain.

No. 177621

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how can I find out what kind of lip colour would look best on my skintone?

I've bought a few over the years but nothing looks right. I think the red taylor swift was known for was my worst look. I felt like it brought out every little imperfection on my skin.

No. 177622

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No. 178430

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I'm looking for a cheap but good eyepencil, is this Essence one good?

No. 178436

>>177621
Idk if you’ll see this but try cliniques black honey, it looks super dark in the tube but goes on like a gloss and looks soooo flattering on everyone

No. 178438

>>177621
That particular red is cool-toned so if it didn't look good on you, you're probably warm toned

No. 178446

>>177622
Is it possible to be a blend of two? I'm pretty sure I'm neutral leaning cool but I'm not sure if that's technically a thing.

No. 178447

>>178446
Yes it is

No. 178482

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>>171293
So late but I'm a big fan of Kiehl's tinted balms! They are extremely flattering, literally every color looks good.

>>177621
Do you have Bite Lip Lab in your city? They offer custom lip colors where they mix it for you at the store which can get kinda pricy but they will find a shade that looks perfect.

No. 178564

>>178436
i'm so curious about black honey. the pics online look great! apparently burt's bees red dahlia is a dupe. but that colour looked awful and too dark/brown on me (neutral muted olive). at this point I stopped looking for the HG and am using clear balm

No. 178987

>>177553
Anon i'm literally you and I'm above 20. Last year for the first time I decided to buy some eyeshadow because fuck it and now I do single or two color
looks from time to time, whenever I have time and want my eyes to match a fancy outfit. There's no need to overcomplicate things and I haven't looked
at a single mua video, I'm just winging it, using my fingers, one brush and having fun.

No. 179521

I got a superthin upper lip and lipstick looks like shit on me, help nonitas.

No. 179525

any recommendations for long lasting eyeshadow sticks? especially for hooded eyes. i find that powder eyeshadow fades away over time, or maybe i'm not applying it right? ugh. i just use brown eyeshadow to contour my eyes and make them more lifted and i want it to last more than a couple hours.

No. 179536

>>179521
how thin are we speaking? typical british thin or 90 year old granny thin?
first use lipstick in a light natural color, smudge it a little so your lipstick softly blends with your skin tone and then use the second lipstick in a darker tone
>https://youtu.be/0Wmbq55ryR8?t=265
or use lip liner, but don't overline on the whole length of lips, just on the bow
>https://youtu.be/oamvEMp0xf4?t=1161

No. 179629

>>179536
Thank you. I watched the videos you linked and the first one looks amazing, even tho her lips are fuller than mine. My upper lip is the problem, it looks ridiculous near my full bottom lip. I didn't know about outlining with the pencil only on the bow and I thank you again for that. I'm gonna try and let you know!

No. 179695

>>179525
Are you using anything to prime your lids? Even a bit of concealer set with powder is going to improve the longevity and pigmentation. or maybe the shadows suck?

No. 179696

>>179629
No hate but the second vid is gonna look like shit irl. Unless you have a super flat cupids bow I wouldn't overline it that much, it's super obvious in that area. Lisa Eldridge has a few videos on overlining, i prefer her approach.

No. 180837

So I bought a contouring kit for the first time in my life but it just made me look like I smeared dirt on my face…What am I doing wrong? Are there rules to applying/choosing contour? Also, what's the difference between bronzer and contour? Should I try a bronzer instead?

No. 180839

>>180837
btw, I'm super pale with yellow undertones

No. 180906

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i want to change my daily makeup and incorporate colored eyeliners like picrel, i was thinking of getting those jumbo liners from nyx but they're not as pigmented as i want them to be so i was thinking of getting water based face paint? what do you think? can i achieve a similar look?

No. 180909

>>180906
i like to use the white nyx jumbo liner and layer eyeshadows on top of it, but im not too sure if that is the most effective method. my friend uses liquid lipsticks and an eyeliner brush to create looks like picrel and it lasts all day. i feel like water based face paint would be too messy and it would easily crease + spread around a lot. good luck though anon!!

No. 180930

>>180909
thank u angel that is so clever i never thought of using lipstick i have a lipstick in similar shade!! do you like the nyx jumbo eyeliner? i never actually bought it i did a swatch in the store and wasnt satisfied but if you like it i'll give it a try, you use the white liner as the base right? does eyeshadow stick well onto it? cuz i'm very bad at blending so i never experimented with eyeshadows

No. 180944

>>180837
For pale people i think a taupe-ish contour works best. Use a fluffy brush with a bit of shape to it (or even a fan brush) and blend blend blend. Bronzer is more for warming your face up and you apply it where sun hits. Contour goes where the shadows would fall on your face. If I used contour I would apply on the sides of the nose, a curve under the cheekbones, and right under the jawline to define it. Just tap your brush into the pan to start and then if you want it darker you can build up color.

No. 181047

>>180837
The other anon is right but for a newbie i wouldn't rec nose contour. honestly nose contour is pointless imo, just sweep a tiny bit of bronzer/blush instead. Applying too much to the jawline can also look like you've got a beard lol.

No. 181049

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>>180906
You can do it with eye shadow no problem, just get a good sticky primer and pack on the shadow. You can then make the actual shape by cleaning it up with concealer or makeup remover and a q-tip. There are water activated shadow pigments out there though, pic rel.

No. 181060

>>180837
Contour is to 'shape' your face, bronzer is to make your skin look sunkissed. I'm as pale if not paler as girl in vid and I think it just doesn't look that good on really light skintones, even when applied skillfully.

No. 181062

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>>181060
Samefag, to further illustrate why I think contour doesn't look good on very light skin. It just looks like a smear, which makes sense because it's dark(er) colour applied to basically white. On darker skintones it looks like it could be actual shadows when applied well.

No. 181063

>>181062
she needs to use contour that's made for very pale people. her natural skin shadows don't look brown, so it really just looks like a bunch of dirt smeared on her face.

No. 181064

>>181063
What colour would that be though? Her skin is basically literally white

No. 181071

>>181064
something more taupe. i once saw a really pale korean girl contour her nose with a taupe eyeshadow and it looked perfect. i'll admit most brands aren't making contour for paper-white skin, though.

No. 181077

>>181064
something purpley-grey, or taupe/greige. absolutely no bronzer

t. palefag with blue undertones

No. 181078

contouring in general looks like shit irl

No. 181113

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I've had a hard time finding makeup advice for brows like mine. Is there a name for this shape, where the top part grows down and the bottom part grows up and the inner edge of the brow is a narrow point?

Usually I just wear long bangs to cover my eyebrows because looking at them makes me want to kms, I look like a fucking man. Is there any way to shape/fill these to look nice? They're pretty sparse but look thicker where the hair directions meet and overlap. I don't know much about brow makeup, I've tried filling in with dark powder before but I felt like it just added to the caveman vibe. Any advice would be appreciated.

No. 181123

>>181113
you do not look like a man.
women's eyebrows also often don't look "feminine" without plucking.
i suggest you look up how asian girls draw on their eyebrows, they usually have sparse eyebrows at the ends and end up plucking them entirely. filling them in isn't very flattering for eyebrows like yours.

No. 181126

>>181113
The absolute brain rot, your brows look normal. Of course they're not the perfect instagram ultra feminine arched brows when you don't shape them, almost no one has that naturally. Get them shaped, don't use a dark powder but something that matches them or is slightly darker and get a brow gel to brush them up. If you want to make the inner part a bit wider you can draw on individual hairs with powder or a thin brow pen.

No. 181131

>>181113
i feel you, im on the opposite end mine are thick and super dark but there is a bald spot on one eyebrow, i used to fill it with eyeshadow but i realized it just makes it look darker which i dont like, i'm actually quite jealous of yours cause you can give it any shape you want with eyebrow shadow or tints, it looks more feminine than prominent eyebrows imho

No. 181141

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>>181131
samefag but while on topic what can i do to soften my eyebrows? they're thick, round and uneven, i also wear bangs to cover them because they make me look so harsh and angry, my face is very round so it doesnt go well together, i look like the angry birds like a teacher was surprised of how much my expression changed when i first got bangs, i was thinking of bleaching them but im afraid it will grow back even more patchy than it is rn how should i thread them to make them look not round and thick? (this is plucked and threaded btw theyre bushier normally)

No. 181142

>>181141
So sorry to be unhelpful but holy shit what a perfect shape and density.

No. 181148

>>181141
I feel you anon, my natural brows look very similar to yours. My tried and true method is a combination of trimming and shaving. Trimming the hairs with scissors makes a huge difference and makes my brows look much sleeker, and shaving (mostly I just shave the top part, I hate having those awkward stray hairs at the top) gives them a defined, clean edge and it really helps to shed a lot of the weight so your brows aren't as thick.
Also, another thing that really made a difference for me was changing the tails. I used to be way too afraid that I would fuck my eyebrows up so I only did the bare minimum and never strayed too far from the way my hairs naturally grew in, but when I started experimenting and taking off a small portion of the tails I realized how much better it looked. My natural brow tails would curve pretty far down around my temple because there was just so much hair lol and I felt like it overpowered my face. I don't even remove that many hairs off the tails but I guess it comes down to personal preference on how you want to shape your brows.

No. 181201

>>181141
goddamn you have good brows. just pluck the stray hairs and trim them with scissors, they're amazing as is.

No. 181240

>>181142
>>181201
thank you anons you made my day

>>181148
i never thought of trimming you're right, i'll also try to shorten the tails maybe i can make them appear softer that way

No. 181643

Thought I would post this video to potentially help out the anons who like me, were confused about their undertones. For the longest time I thought I had warm undertones because in certain colors I'd look visibly yellow, but then when I would wear certain warm colors like mustard I looked downright greyish-greenish. Going down the 'olive undertone' Youtube rabbithole made me realize that I have olive undertones (which makes a lot of sense because I'm half Italian)

No. 181644

>>181643
This is another video that I found helpful (her voice is also relaxing af)

No. 183157

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Anyone got some good waterproof eyeliner recommendations for sensitive eyes?

I currently use Glossier's and I love it, it's the only one that doesn't make my eyes sting (EVERYTHING else does except their products), but I hate how it wipes off easily and especially how it gathers at the inner corners of my eyes. I love pic related type eyeliner look but it never stays for longer than an hour or so.

Bonus points if I can use it on my waterline, pencil is a no go, any pencil makes my eyes burn.

No. 183237

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i have tremors and its really bad in my hands, so how the shit am i supposed to do eyeliner? its way too punishing for me to be able to anything with it, should i just invest in an eyeliner tatoo? I'm not shooting for super big flawless wings just basic

No. 183265

>>183157
I hope someone has a good answer for this, because I've been looking for something to use on my waterline that won't eventually turn me into a raccoon for ages

No. 183293

>>183237
The most smokey of smokey eyes.

No. 183299

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>>183237
hey anon you could always try one of these eyeliner stencils from aliexpress, i've neer tried them but theyre dirt cheap and if it doesnt work you havent lost anything, pic related but its shit and small sorry

No. 183309

>>183237
Draw on with pencil then go over with eyeliner. Makes it easier to wipe off and you have a guide. I use wet wipes to shape it because I can't draw on wings well at all

Literally just do the best you can then shape it. Mine looks like a total mess at first

No. 183349

is glossier worth the price and hype? there are a lot of brands that are apparently dupes but I'm lazy and would rather just order from one place if the products are all good

No. 183367

I have a problem with my eyeliner causing my mascara to flake off. When I apply (liquid) eyeliner some of it inevitably gets on my lashes and any mascara applied on top of it starts flaking off in a few hours. Is the only way to prevent this to carefully clean my lashes hoping I don't ruin my eyeliner in the process before putting on mascara? Does anyone else have this issue? Both the eyeliner and the mascara work well on their own so it's not because they're shitty products. I've never heard of anyone having this problem though so idk if I'm just retarded?

No. 183368

>>183349
Imo, absolutely. But it depends on what you want from it. It's light coverage.

I think their skincare stuff (moisturizer, lip plump which I use for any area I want to appear smoother) is great, and their cloud paint/blush is very easy to put on and pretty. The eyeliner is great too, the highlighters, the vynilic lip things etc. My entire routine is Glossier lol, and they're especially good if you have sensitive skin (everything else feels like shit on my skin).

Buy one thing and see if you like it.

No. 183371

>>183368
thanks for the tip, I have really sensitive skin actually. I've got a solid skincare routine already but I might get myself some cloud paint, trying to decide between beam and dusk for a soft autumn…
I wish they carried more eye makeup, too bad they discontinued the colored pencils

No. 183457

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>>183371
If it helps, here are the 6 I have on my skin. I'm soft autumn too.

From the top: Dusk, Puff, Dawn, Spark, Storm, Haze

I use Spark the most, it has a lot of color and is warm. Dusk is quite brown, I know some people use it as a contour rather than blush. I don't have beam but it might look better for a blush than dusk.

I follow this girl called Esther Itterly on Instagram, she wears them a lot and can show you how it'll look

No. 183459

>>183371
>>183457
And forgot to add, yeah I was looking for the pencils too. It sucks they discontinued them because I really want some colored pencils and only Glossier doesn't irritate my eyes.

Don't try Pixi's Endless Silky Eye Pen or Marc Jacobs pencils if you have sensitive eyes. They're beautiful but hurt like a bitch

No. 183511

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>>181113
anon i'm really not a pro with eyebrows so i invite other anons to correct me but the first step to shaping them is plucking this part i highlighted!
for the rest I'm not 100% sure as I'm struggling to shape my brows properly due to them being weird as hell too

No. 183513

>>181113
I actually like your brows and they look like they're a really good base. I love these types of brows. Just brush them and fill them in. They'll look great.

Don't use powder lol. What I do is use a bar of soap and a spooly (is that the name?) to brush them a bit, pluck or shave at the ends where it's too curled or slopes too much (which can make your face look bigger at the bottom), and then fill with a pencil and finally a brow pen.

No. 183533

>>183457
Woah we have almost the same skin tone! Thanks!

No. 183591

>>183349

Never found a brow gel that's as good as Boy Brow. It's a bit waxier, like it almost has a pomade type of formula, so it keeps your brows in shape all day. Really small product though!

No. 183607

>>183457
nta but thanks for this swatch. I've been considering getting a cloud paint from glossier. I really like puff and spark, I like the pinkier ones.

>I'm soft autumn too.

how do you find out what season you are? I've never found a good resource for finding out. is it like kibbe and really hard to decipher? all I know is I'm white kek

No. 183613

>>183607
It’s much more objective than kibbe, you just need to determine if your skin is warm/cool/neutral, muted/bright/deep/light and a wear similar colours

No. 183618

Has anyone found any good sunscreen that you can spray over your makeup to refresh it while you’re super busy all day out and about? One that doesn’t leave a weird oily sheen?

No. 183701

>>183607
>how do you find out what season you are?

Look up images of the different color seasons, they'll have some examples and just match yourself to it.

No. 183815

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I’m sorry about this but the nail thread is dead, what do you call the nail polishes that look semi clear like jelly? Similar to the polish she’s got on here.

No. 183818

>>183815
Jelly/sheer nail polish. I believe jelly nail polishes are typically gel though, so if you get them make sure to get a UV.

No. 183889

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>>183607
Try the 4 season thingy before you try the 12 season if you don't want to be overwhelmed. To be honest I'm not sure how necessary going from 4 to 12 even is. I know my type out of the 12 but just the basic season out of the 4 pallette stands largely true. Finding out what your season is, is pretty easy.

Here's a good guide:
https://anuschkarees.com/blog/2013/09/24/colour-analysis-part-i-finding-your-type
(at the bottom you can click through the next parts)

No. 184060

>>183818
Thank you!!

No. 184211

are there ways for eye makeup to look good and polished without using liquid eyeliner and false lashes? I feel like people are so snooty if your makeup look doesn't incorporate them but I honestly think that they look silly on me. but I also don't want to look like a child who just broke into her mother's makeup bag and I'm worried about my makeup looking too juvenile and unkempt without liquid winged liner or lashes.

No. 184213

>>183889
thanks nonny!

No. 184214

>>184211
Haley Kim has a lot of very light makeup looks that can work with no lashes/liner.

No. 184216

>>184214
Samefag, here's one that's more dramatic. If you just search up "no eyeliner makeup" there are a ton of looks that also have no lashes.

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No. 184315

>>181141
just bleach them for 4 minutes. i have similarly thick brows to you + theyre black (my scalp is brown) so they naturally look strong but bleaching them softens my whole face.

No. 184429

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I wasn't really sure where to post this, but this thread seemed to be the most fitting.

I just bought this set today, after reading the feedback on the product and doing my own research/what to avoid/tips etc.
I'll let you know how it goes when it arrives/I tried it.

I have long but straight lashes with very light coloured tips, so maybe I'll dye them black after lifting.

No. 184466

>>184315

I bought some bleach for my eyebrows, but didn’t go through with it after reading “horror stories” online about the regrowth being super patchy and looking unnatural because the dark hairs don’t return at the same time.

Has this been your experience, nonnie? Do you still recommend?

No. 185874

Is there a drugstore or affordable mascara that coats your lashes really thinly? I have lots of densely packed but kinda short lashes I feel they look really caked and stick to each other too much. Honestly they look best to me when they're just wet like a defining gel would be ideal if that even exists

No. 185875

>>185874
You can get clear mascara, it's underrated! I have a tube of drugstore "brow and eyelash gel" which is just clear mascara, most makeup stores should have something like it.
Also if you like an understated look you can try using a separate mascara brush to just apply a little product with instead of using the brush that lives inside of the tube. Ignore anyone that tells you too use brown mascara as most brown just like black anyway.

No. 185888

So I bought the Glossier cloud paint in Beam and it lasts like only a few hours on the skin, which is annoying at a middle price point. Do the more pigmented versions last longer? Am curious about Spark now but I also don't want to waste my money. I tried a sample of Storm and it looked way too brown and muddy on me, and I don't think it lasted much longer. Starting to think Glossier is just the Emperor's New Clothes of makeup

>>185874
I use essence no more panda eyes, it's a tubing mascara that's removable with water. I think Maybelline snapscara is similar.

No. 185895

>>185888
I like several of their products like their serums and skin tint, but cloud paint is one of their worst products imo. Their eyeliner sucks too.

No. 185896

Anons, I love lip gloss and I am searching for some new finds!

It'd be great if theres is some strong gloss out there, that would last a long time instead of melting away in an hour or so, but afaik, there's no such thing as "long-lasting lip gloss" or maybe I am being lied to.

I thought of trying out:
- MAC Lip Glass;
- Too Faced Lip Injection Extreme, but the "it will make your lips fuller/bigger" part sounds like a scam to me, but I sadly never tried anything from Too Faced yet;

What do you think?

No. 185910

>>185895
I looked at before and after pics of skin tint and it literally looked like nothing was applied (the before pics didn’t have terrible skin btw). What is it that you like about it? I’m interested because my skin is so dry every foundation looks bad

No. 185999

>>184429
I wanna buy it too, did you use it already? how did it go?

No. 186321

>>185910
I like it because I have combo skin
with some texture weirdness and every foundation and bb cream I've tried exaggerated those issues. The tint is just enough to even out redness without flaking or looking oily in my problem areas, so basically it ends up looking just like my skin but better. I also prefer a really natural effortless look with just a bit of emphasis on my eyes but I wouldn't recommend it if you like to look more dolled up. Pretty retarded that they demo it on models with perfect skin since you can't see it doing anything.

No. 186526

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>>185896
Mac lip glass are great but kinda hard to work with, some shades tend to apply streaky. I’d recommend buxom lip glosses, smell amazing and has that “firm” texture

No. 186529

>>185999

Yes, I used it already!

It went really well for a first try, if you look really close it's not completely symmetrical, but ya kno, my lashes/eyes aren't either shrugs

You have to clean your lashes and lid beforehand, then use the included cleanser, try to not get the silicone pads oily (with your hands etc) before using the lash glue to fix it to the lid and fixing the lashed onto the pad.
**
Wait a bit before fixing the lashes, so the lash glue is half-dry, it'll stick better.
**
I did a little try-out with my right eye to get a feel for how to stick the lashes onto the pad, I highly recommend you do that, too.
**
The plastic-wrap on the eye during perming/fixing was a bit annoying, I actually pressed my fingers on it during doing it on the left/second eye so it got warm and more "dramatical" then my right eye/lashes - but it's nothing anyone notices.
**
tl;dr: I'm very happy with my lashes, I dyed them, too. I look so much more put together when I'm not wearing makeup and when I do, my eyes look HUGE.
Highly recommend!

No. 187101

I alternate between wearing a full face of make up, no make up and light make up (foundation, mascara, lipstick). It depends on how I feel that day. I'm the only person I know who does this so I wonder if there's anyone else who does this? Lol.

No. 187605

Non-liquid eyeliner recommendantion? Obviously I need something that stays on well and doesn't smudge. Looking for brown colour. Some Korean one I got off YesStyle was bad

No. 187710

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>>185896
the two faced power plumping lip gloss is the best imo. it gives you a nice plump and is not sticky. plus, the colours are gorgeous. they leave a nice stain afterwards too.

No. 187726

>>187605
Maybelline has a gel eyeliner that also comes in brown (if you can find it, I could only find the black one but not the brown one in stores but it does exist)

No. 189142

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How the hell do I figure out where to stop plucking my monobrow? If I don't do anything to my eyebrows they'll happily go full cro-magnon, but if I try to line them up with my nostrils like so many brow shaping guides recommend then that spaces them way too far apart. Plus, I've noticed women with "strong" faces like Eva Mendez, Jessica Alba, Liv Tyler, etc seem to get their brows done so that they come in closer to the nose bridge, which should work for my caveman-tier mug but I just can't seem to get it right.

Pic related is the type of advice I see most often, but I've also seen a few guides recommend taking them to the edge of the nose-hole/nostril that might work better? idfk anons, I feel like a baboon with a pair of tweezers sometimes

No. 189143

>>189142
I fill/draw mine in and pluck around that for the most part. I over plucked in high school because I had huge bushy brows and that was a big no in the ‘00s, so I have some sparseness. But anything that grows outside of that area I pluck.

I don’t know if you draw in at all but maybe buying a brow pencil and making your own template on your face could help.

No. 189145

>>189142
Monobrows are so gorgeous imo but I know that's a statement not every woman wants to make. That image you posted is a general guide to help get you started but it really depends on how it harmonizes with your other facial features. For example if you have wider spaced eyes it may be more flattering to keep your eyebrows a little closer together. Also where your arch sits can make a big difference in how your brows look so if you feel like you look to surprised or angy you may have tweezed your arch too far in or out. You can fill them in with makeup if you accidentally overtweeze.

No. 189156

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>>189142
I find that lining up the start of your eyebrow with the inside of your nostril is a lot more flattering on most faces. Same for the arch, inside of your nostril, through your pupil.

No. 189161

>>189143
oh damn making a template is a great idea, since I'm still trying to figure out what eyebrow shape even works for my face

>>189145
tbh I kind of like them too, but only on people with much darker brows than mine
with my lightass slav brows it just looks ungroomed unfortunately

>>189156
holy fuck, that girl has almost exactly the style of brows I'm after/was trying to describe
the guideline is super helpful too, thanks anon

No. 189338

>>189161
Just keep in mind if you don't naturally have that kind of spock brow shape/tilt, you won't be able to recreate it. Stick to your natural shape and just clean it up.

No. 189614

>>189338
>tfw have that brow shape naturally but am trying to pluck it to make it straighter and less arched
I feel like the tilt makes me look angry.

No. 191409

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can someone help me find a dupe for kat von d's lolita II lipstick? it's my favourite lipstick color but i'm looking for a cheaper/better option

No. 191427

>>189156
I wish my eyebrows would grow that far in, but they’re super sparse in that area so it looks like my brows end at the corner of my eye. I don’t even pluck them or wax them or anything. What’s worse is you can’t fill in that part without looking like a lunatic so I’m stuck with my far apart brows

No. 191432

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>>191427
I feel like I'm weird. I like when they match the corners of the eyes.

Long caterpillar eyes work on some faces, but for the most part this is better to me.

Cara's kind of a bad example for this because she has a huge forehead.

No. 191448

>>191427
You can tho. Use a small super thin angled brush and powder/pomade, or one of those brow markers. Draw in little individual hairs and it'll look good.

No. 191461

>>191409
Nyx comes to mind

No. 191477

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>>191409
not sure, but how about these?
Nyx in color Cannes, right one. and Maybelline Superstay matte ink in Self-Starter

No. 191496

Anyone have suggestions for a black eyeliner I can tightline and waterline with that does not smudge, and is okay with sensitive eyes?

No. 191511

>>191448
That’s high level skill that most don’t have unfortunately. I might give it a go but I fear the results

No. 191534

>>191511
Nonna I assure you makeup just takes practice, it's not rocket surgery.

No. 191569

>>191511
>>191534
Agree. I was pretty awful with makeup until I decided to do a full face every morning until I learned. I went from looking clownish to being able to do it very well. What would take me an hour now takes me 10 min, maybe less. Just do it every day until you learn.

No. 192563

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https://edition.cnn.com/2021/06/15/health/makeup-toxic-chemicals-wellness/index.html

Another day, another industry using dangerous compounds.

No. 192602

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No. 192628

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Do any of you care about this kind of stuff? What do you do? Just accept you might be giving yourself cancer?

No. 192636

>>192628
Basically yeah. I'll be avoiding liquid lipsticks and waterproof anything from now on though.

No. 192637

>>192628
I wear little makeup to begin with, use cake mascara and mostly natural organic products. I do use lots of skincare though.
However, if you use any L'oréal product and live in the EU you're probably safe on this front, which they mention in the article.

No. 192643

>>192637
because nothing natural can EVER be bad for you, right? anyway, my new arsenic foundation came and it's GREAT

No. 192645

>>192643
FFS that's not what I said at all? Obviously there's cosmetics out there that are natural and also bad for you. But I live in the EU, and organic makeup with the green leaf label has to pass stringent criteria that conventional brands don't, plus I'm not an idiot and look up ingredients before I buy anything regardless.

Kindly go back to reddit with your kneejerk reactions.

No. 192646

>>192628
I'm in Sweden and been part of a campaign to mail companies to stop using PFAS in their products. It's been very succesful with the following brands promising to stop using it: https://www.surfejs.se/nyheter/listan-de-57-sminkmarken-som-lovat-att-sluta-med-pfas/
I don't know if they are sneaky and use it in other countries though, such things happen.
It's worth mailing them and asking.
Fuck companies who thinks we should put cancerous ingredients all over our faces.

No. 192654

>>192628
Have they released the full list of makeup products they tested?

No. 192656

>>192645
The issue here is PFAS weren't listed on the labels. For all we know, most makeup could contain them.

No. 192657

>>192654
No, they're probably afraid of getting sued.

No. 192661

>>192656
Yeah, but so far it's only been found in mass-market makeup which is why I switched. I used to wear foundation and had the Naked 3 palette which sadly does contain PFAS and PFAS-adjacent ingredients (idk how to translate this in English) but now I have found some products that are rice starch-based, have a minimal ingredient list and are highly unlikely to contain PFAS. They all happen to be Ecocert/green leaf organic certified.

No. 192663

>>192661
Could you share the name of the brand that you use now?

No. 192665

>>192663
I use several - PuroBIO is my go-to for eyeshadow and mainly what I was talking about, Benecos for eyeliner/lip liner/lip colour, Boho Green for cream concealer and brows, and Hurraw lip balm. I don't know if all of their products are good or safe but the ones I use seem to be okay. I also have some Catrice brow pencils in the back of my drawer which are alright.

Basically I threw out some liquid lipsticks and palettes with synthetic ingredients like polyvinyl-something and nylon-12, they just turned out to also contain PFAS later which I didn't know at first. So for now I'm just avoiding those altogether.

No. 192677

>>192563
Well this is alarming. I hope they release who uses it in their stuff. Luckily due to covid I haven't been wearing much make up but man. I've bought some for 'when things go back to normal'. Hope it's not stuff I've grabbed.

No. 192683


No. 192704

>>192677
The swedish site anon linked earlier has a list of brands and specific products known to use it. Ewg also has a good database, even if they're otherwise shady. The researches probably won't publicize the products from fear of getting sued.

No. 193389

anyone else totally evangelized by the power of rare beauty? i used to hate wearing foundation/concealer etc but every single one of rare beauty’s products i’ve used (in total: foundation, concealer, blush, highlighter, eyebrow gel, primer) are so great. soft, buildable, velvety, NOT heavy, easy on the skin…: can’t say enough to describe how good these products are. selener should pay me for the endorsement because i’ll scream it from the rooftops i Love This Product

No. 193397

Is bareminerals a good brand for someone starting out with makeup? I think their tinted moisturizer or the loose mineral foundation sound kind of easy to use. My sister tried getting me into makeup before with urban decay liquid foundation but I didn’t really like using it and wound up wasting like $40.

No. 193413

>>192677
Idf if people forgot but you can diy your own makeup.

No. 193419

Is anyone else a fan of the Lime Crime Venus palettes? I got hooked after I bought the first one and now I have like 5 kek. I only bought them after Doe Deere stepped down of course.

No. 193425

>>193397
BareMinerals was on the list of PFAS contaminated brands, so

No. 193431

>>193425
Fug, thanks for letting me know

No. 193454


No. 193666

>>193419
I have Venus Immortalis and I love it. I’ve wanted to get another Lime Crime palette but don’t know which. Do you have a favorite?

No. 193679

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What are you nonnies' favourite black powder eyeshadows? Many of the ones I've tried just aren't pigmented enough and/or have some fucked up bluish cast to them. Right now I'm trying to use up my ancient pot of Maybelline Color Tattoo in their black shade, which looks okay but is a huge pain in the ass to apply because of the tacky texture. It seems like it would work better with a powder eyeshadow layered on top, although ideally I'd want something that could be worn on its own, too.

Also, I know it's probably dated as hell at this point but I'm an absolute sucker for tonal red looks like picrel. Posting as inspo for my fellow vampire LARPers

No. 193684

>>193679
I use black eyeshadow as liner a lot and my go to has been a makeup revolution palette for my black. I haven't noticed any blue hues to it, so they might be worth checking out? They're also pretty cheap yet quality is nice.

No. 193686

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>>193684
This palette specifically and it had a few blues in it which might be why they opted for a real black eyeshadow since they covered their blue tones. It's a nice palette I think I actually got it free with a superdrug order.

No. 193693

>>192563
i already have over a 50% chance of getting cancer someday in my life due to shit genetics so this doesn't really change much to me when i will likely be dead before im 60 either way lol

No. 193695

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>>193679
This palette might be good for you, it's also got a red and only £6 lol

No. 193786

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I don't want my skin to get darker (naturally olive skin color) but I don't leave the house so I still look kinda washed out and sickly. I have a lot of scars and stretch marks I want to even out as well. If I get a self tanner in a shade that's the same color as me, will it work kind of like foundation? Or will it just be a waste of money? Also, does the whole contouring with self tanner thing actually work?

No. 193789

>>193786
The self tanners I've used gradually darken, they don't work like a foundation and won't offer coverage without darkening your skin. A tan can help hide unevenness a little though. Contouring with self tanner can be iffy especially if it's not one that you use often. Some self tanners can look orange on lighter skin and if you screw it up you're stuck covering orange patches for a few days until it washes out.

No. 193804

>>193786
No, selftanner stains the skin, doesn't cover it. Plus maybe this isn't the same for everyone but for me selftanner doesn't even out my stretchmarks, if anything it makes them more visible because of the heightened contrast.

No. 193864

>>193666
Oh I have that one too anon and I’m also head over heels for it. I think that one is actually my favorite along with the first one I don’t have a Venus XL palette but I don’t know if it’s worth it to get either of them.

No. 193966

Has anyone tried henna freckles? It looks so good but I’ve seen some disasters from people who used black or red henna. Is it possible to mess it up if you used the all natural body art grade henna?

No. 194069

Just purchased some kbeauty from yesstyle. Got the rom&nd rosebud garden and went ahead and got the mizon collagen curling mascara while it was on sale!

Anyone order from yesstyle before? I’m hoping everything comes in pristine. I’d like to order more Korean and Japanese makeup from there.

No. 194100

>>194069
I order from there for Korean facial stuff cuz I think western skincare is a bit too harsh and it's good. Prompt. I accidentally sent a package to my old address and they sent me a new one which was nice of them.

No. 194451

Do any anons have recommendations for a really good bb/cc cream? I have lupus so my face is often red as hell and there's really nothing to be done about it, skincare wise. I don't like how foundation looks and don't wanna have to spend ages every morning contouring, I prefer a more natural look so I know I'm not gonna get full coverage, just ANYTHING that will tone the redness down would work.

No. 194467

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>>194451
This one is a lifesaver anon. It’s lightweight but has nice coverage without being heavy. I don’t know how dark you are though, this is a Korean beauty brand and they often don’t go too dark. If you want a better range I suggest maybelline dream BB

No. 194474

What websites can I order japanese/korean makeup from other than YesStyle or Amazon?

No. 194478

>>194467
Thanks! I'm Irish so the shade range won't be an issue lol

No. 194482


No. 194486

Has anyone tried Rare Beauty yet? It's the brand Selena Gomez made and I've seen a couple ads here and there but I'm not sure if it's worth the price point.

No. 194506

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How do you tightline without it running into your eyes and burning?

My eyeliner always looks like crap because I can't put it close enought to the lashline so there are visible ugly gaps. Also, eyeliner recs? I want to try the makeup revolution one but idk if it's really worth the money.

No. 194507

>>194506
i always do it kinda wonky and it doesn't burn, maybe you are allergic to your eyeliner?

No. 194510

>>194506
press on your lid a bit so your lashline sticks out and thne you can use a pencil to line very easily. pony shows how to do it in this video i think.

No. 194513

>>194507
Possible, I have sensitive eyes and blepharitis so every makeup product is a gamble

>>194510
Thanks!

No. 194551

>>194506
just jumping on your comment to add a question about tightlining.

how do you tightline without the line on the top tranfering to the bottom or is that impossible?

No. 194559

>>194551
If you're tightlining correctly there shouldn't be transfer. You have to get the liner in between the lashes, not on your waterline.

No. 194567

>>194551
As long as the liner is waterproof or at least liquid. I’ve had transfer only when I used dark eyeshadow or a eyeliner pencil.

No. 194593

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Any anons in here who like pan porn or follow up with project pans? I find them so satisfying personally even though I have trouble finishing my makeup when it’s not a lipstick, eyeliner, a pencil or mascara. I think I should start my own project pan for some makeup I’ve had for a while

No. 194612

>>194593
>pan porn
I don't understand the appeal, to me hitting pan needs I need to replace a product soon which is annoying and depending on what it is, eats a bit into my budget for the week.

No. 194617

>>194474
SokoGlam or iherb.

No. 194618

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>>181078
This. It was initially used during black and white era films to help actors from being washed out by lights so they didn't look like the moon emoji. It doesn't translate well outside of that and I don't understand why its still pushed as if it does.

OT how does everyone feel about this collab? I only like the Malibu Sunset lipstick. I can't see myself using that palette.

No. 194627

>>194612
Same poster from before, I just think it’s good to see me getting my money’s worth out of makeup and not have something collecting dust. There are too many instances where people throw out perfectly usable makeup

No. 194629

>>194627
This, I've never even seen pan on any of my friends' makeup. Most of it gets replaced when they get bored with it or they start using another product that doesn't work well with it. Makeup is a scam in general.

No. 194635

>>194612
I feel this way too. But I pretty much exclusively stick to what works for me and buy the same stuff again when once I run out.

No. 194648

Any tips for small, hooded eyes?

I already use white eyeliner, mascara, curler etc. They're just… small. I also tried falsies but they hide them more than anything else

No. 194709

>>194648
Maybe try eyelid tape or false lower lashes, and apply winged eyeliner in a half, so don’t connect it all the way along your lid

No. 194731

Is it possible to do semi permanent contour makeup using self tanner? Or would it just become a mess.

No. 194732

>>194648
You could do a simple black smokey eye, if your eyes look more adult-like then embrace it anon.

No. 194733

>>194731
I wouldn’t trust it. Just use a good bronzer, I love Milani bronzers

No. 194736

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>>194648
Try flared false lashes, anon. These will still show off your lid and make your eyes look bigger.

But remember, small eyes aren’t ugly— at all. Just make sure you know what flatters your eyelid type. With hooded eyes I notice bringing a lot of attention to the actual lid part under the hood with some bright highlight eyeshadow in contrast with a dark shadow on the crease is great. Or like the other anon said, you can smoke out your whole lid. Eyeliner is not your best friend however, you should do half wings or bat wing eyeliner.

No. 194737

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>>194736
Samefag but smoking it out like this looks amazing on hooded eyes and even monolids.

No. 194755

Does powder eyeshadow ever go bad?

No. 194761

>>194755
It can, depends on the quality of the makeup you’re buying and how much you’ve used it.

Other anons can call me gross but I really haven’t had any issues with using my expensive and used eyeshadows, I’m not throwing away $40-$60 eyeshadows until they start growing something, smell bad, or lose pigmentation and quality

No. 194764

>>194737

does anyone have more examples like picrel for makeup for hooded eyes? I am excited to try this, also does anyone know what colors goes with light eyes

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No. 194809

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No. 194811

>>194764
Blue eyes look great with browns, bronzes, and golds

Green looks great with reds, purples, and warm browns

But of course all eyes can wear any colors

No. 194833

Can any (EU) anons PLEASE recommend me a BROWN liquid eyeliner?

I bought two so far and they were absolute shit. The essence pen one had bad pigmentation and the tip kept removing any previously applied liner, the alverde one had a hard af brush that I had to replace but the liner was like watercolors and kept seperating. I don't want to waste more money.

No. 194846

>>194809
why are you trying to convince anon to wear makeup like she's an 80s prom runner up?

No. 194855

>>194846
All these examples look pretty and ok to me imo

No. 194856

>>194833
do you guys have nyx over there? i've had their brown pen for 2 years and it's stayed very inky and sharp

No. 194862

>>194833
Artdeco and Makeup Factory have all kinds of different brown liners. I think Naj Oleari does as well.

No. 194868

>>194764
It might be useful to look at korean bgs, I've noticed they do more looks like that (albeit with much lighter colors) because it's very flattering on monolids. It's super simple though. Just grab like 3 mattes, blend the lightest one in the crease and above, the middle one a bit below and the darkest on your lid. Think horizontal, not the usual dark outer v + light lid.

No. 194873

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>>194833
If you can find it, the essence liquid ink one is a solid budget eyeliner. But where I live I can only find the black one, not the brown one unfortunately. It's not waterproof like it claims to be though.

No. 194882

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>>194846
Lmao I also hate makeup looks like that. I wish more fun graphic looks were in rather than this boring 50 shades of brown (and briefly red) thing.

No. 194892

>>194882
The way this was applied is ugly

No. 194893

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No. 194894

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No. 194907

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>>194882
I like it when done well (picrel)

No. 194946

>>194856
>>194862
I'm sure I can order it online, thanks

>>194873
I saw it just yesterday but didn't bother since I had so many bad experiences with brown eyeliners lol. I'll pick it up today and see if it will work, thanks anon

No. 195026

Does anybody know good liquid lipsticks for someone who is new to them? I mean, I’ve used some before but I eventually didn’t like the matte look on my lips. But I’m kind of sick of the glossy and shiny look I’ve been wearing for so long, I’d appreciate some recommendations. I’ve been longing for a pretty mauve nude matte lippie for the past few months but I don’t know what I should get, I’m afraid of them being sticky and crumbly.

No. 195029

>>195026
revlon have good ones, get the satin finish it still dries quite matte but doesn't feel dried out & crumbly.
& I did snag a good one of Primarks own a couple years ago

No. 195175

>>194907
i hate to be the one to inform you but that looks nothing like the prev pic and isn't done well either.

No. 195177

>>195026
YSL tatouage couture mate stains have the best thin matte formula I've ever tried. Pricy but so worth it. Korean lip stains are also good, rom&nd has a few different formulas.

No. 195278

File: 1625170981089.jpg (26.85 KB, 300x300, example.jpg)

what exactly are these dark streaks under the eyes called and how do you deal with it
they're not exactly bags under the eyes but when you google dark streaks you only get explanations for eye bags

No. 195279

>>195278
Anon asking the real questions. I need to know this too

No. 195280

>>195278
Tear troughs/hollow undereyes?

No. 195282

>>195278
It literally says in the picture she got filler for it. It works, I got it too but it's expensive and needs to be refilled yearly. Yes they are called tear troughs.

No. 195283

>>195175
I doubt anon is blind. It’s pretty obvious she interpreted her post as ‘fun eyeshadow colours done in a style I like’. Be a condescending autist elsewhere this is a nice thread

No. 195364

>>195278
They’re called dark circles kek. They can be caused my stress and allergies. Eye bags are different

No. 195422

File: 1625231275314.jpeg (148.68 KB, 567x404, DDA7A6D8-F3B6-4D01-AEFB-CEB44E…)

The Nars soft matte foundation is absolutely beautiful. Highly recommended to all oily anonettes out there.

No. 195425

>>195422
Thanks nonny. I might have to look into this one, but I’m more of a bb cream and tinted moisturizer gal myself.

No. 195500

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Anons, this will sound dumb as shit, but I really want to buy the canmake eyelash curler because of how adorable it looks and how much it is recommended by my friend and others. The thing is, I have 3 eyelash curlers already. Should I give into an impulse or put that $10 towards something else?

No. 195503

>>195500
It's 10 bucks, just do it. I find that making sure my mundane everyday items cute and pleasing to the eye is totally worth the money even if there's no difference in function.

No. 195514

>>195500
What a waste, learn to save your money for better and smarter things instead of consuming for instant but temporary gratification on something you truly do not need because you already own 3 curlers. I know this may sound harsh but you'll only benefit from it on the long term if you learn not to jump on useless consumeric impulses that are created to drain you of your money on things you don't need, even if it's "just $10" at a time.

No. 195520

>>195500
Don't buy it.

No. 195526

>>195500
Don't, you have 3 already ffs

No. 195587

>>194882
If you’re going to talk down on a smoky eye at LEAST provide a better example of what u like better..

No. 196011

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>>195514
I’m actually really good at saving money. It’s just very cute and I’ve heard Japanese eyelash curlers work great.

I didn’t get it though, I instead got a new mascara I’ve been wanting to try since I’ve been running out. I got the dolly wink mascara and I’ll try to update on it soon.

No. 196013

>>196011
stop being a consoomer, that's just sad

No. 196016

>>196013
This is a makeup thread, it’s just mascara. This whole thread is full of makeup products.

Quit with the tism

No. 196017

>>196016
I don't care about the rest of the makeup thread. You're the one who wanted to buy shit you don't need just because it looks a certain way. If you didn't want to catch shit for it you shouldn't have mentioned it.

No. 196019

>>196017
Nta, but what's wrong with buying stuff because you like how it looks? I agree that anon doesn't need to buy another eyelash curler, but if she's running out of mascara and wants to buy one that's cuter then I don't see the big deal.

No. 196020

>>196017
Anon said they were running out of mascara. It’s probably good too, no reason to go full retard in a nice thread.

No. 196021

>>196013
>>196017
>muh consoomerism
What’s even more sad is seeing someone sperg over a tube of mascara and an eyelash curler. Buying products for the cute packaging is common and they already decided against the eyelash curler and bought something they’ll actually need. The previous thread was full of anons who gushed over cute makeup, why are you so mad?

No. 196026

>>196017
Imagine being this pissed off at what someone else does with their own money.

No. 196043

>>196011
Am anon you replied to, I still stand by what I said but good for you that you're actually good at saving money. The mascara seems nice.

No. 196058

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>get money
>buy make-up and shit

No. 196343

So does mascara and fake-lashes pull out your actual eyelashes or is that all a myth, if so is there anyway to use those products without the possibility or lessening the possibility of eyelashes falling off.

No. 196349

Only if you do everything wrong.

You can avoid it with mascara by: washing it off gently; avoid sleeping with it on (this will cause the lashes to stiffen and fall out); not over doing waterproof mascara

You can avoid it with false eyelashes by: not getting glue on your lashes (sounds difficult but it doesn’t happen that often to me); avoid sleeping with lashes on

Also if you use an eyelash curler, make sure you curl them, not crimp them. There’s a difference. The key point here: take care of your lashes and do everything correctly and responsibly, and your lashes will be just fine.

No. 196576

Is it worth going to places like Marshall’s or Ross to find high end makeup there for a discounted price? Anyone have any good finds from stores like those?

No. 196714

>>196576
I never found anything good at Ross, but I guess it depends on the location. Marshalls and Tj maxx have been more reliable for me.

No. 196715

>>196343
I don't know about fake lashes/extensions but mascara is fine.

No. 196719

>>196576
Ebay is excellent, especially if there's been heavy looting recently.

No. 196950

>>196058
lmao psychetruth amsr

No. 197130

If I were to try Charlotte Tilbury what products would be recommended?

No. 197139

>>197130
I have a few products. The magic foundation is, in my opinion, over hyped and I don't think it blends well or stacks up to other products which I've used. The lipsticks are nice and so is the mascara along with the brightening youth glow.

The palettes really depend on what you're looking for. There's dupes of nearly each of them and its mostly shimmery shades, so I can't justify paying so much for something other brands have had already for less.

No. 197176

Does anyone know of a pigmented matte turquoise/blue eyeshadow? I've tried some from drugstore brands but they were all shit

No. 197181

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>>197176
Sugarpill Kimchi

No. 197188

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>>197176
Makeup Geek’s Code Blue single

No. 197347

>>191496
Marc Jacobs gel eyeliner pencil is amazing

No. 198023

Can anybody recommend some good tinted moisturizers and anything similar to a tinted moisturizer. I'm kind of going for a dewy, not-so-cakey look this summer

No. 198028

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>>198023
I never found a tinted moisturizer I liked. So I’ve been using this combo(I use a facial moisturizer to mix the tanning drops) and a small amount of nars radiant consealer. I like that natural look/dewy finish and this works great. The consealer is buildable. My make up style is pretty minimal. Mascara and I fill my brows so it works for me. If you’re more into glam it might not be your cup of tea.

No. 198106

What brand of blush are Japanese girls using to get that super pink colour?
I have pale skin with neutral undertones bc slavswine

No. 198232

>>198106
Canmake, CEZANNE, Jill Stuart, 3CE, etc.

No. 198272

>>198106
>slavswine
cringe, love yourself

No. 198274

>>198106
>slavswine
what the fuck is wrong with you

No. 198281

>>198106
what's wine got to do with being pale? if anything you probably should not need blush anymore after drinking it

No. 198304

>>198232
From the thumbnail it looks like she has pink eye

No. 198321

>>198281
kek I think she meant slav swine, not slav's wine

No. 198437

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>>198106
Etude house lovely cookie blusher

No. 198702

Any recommendations for natural looking mascara?
I can't stand the look of normal mascara because I naturally have long, light coloured lashes and I think the super long, cakey and black look that most mascaras give me doesn't work at all.
For a while I've been mixing a clear mascara with a little bit of black mascara to make a grey-ish one. It works well enough, but it has some issues and I'd much prefer to use a product that's made purposely to look somewhat natural!
Can anybody help me out here?

No. 198705

>>198702
I have light eyelashes also. The most natural mascara I've found so far is Covergirl Clump Crusher (in the green tube) once it starts to dry out. There is an actual "brown" shade, though it can be tricky to find since not all stores seem to carry it. Don't get black-brown or black, the brown is much more natural looking. Also, it gets better as you use it and it dries out a bit. After that it doesn't clump at all and looks super natural. Closest I have gotten to mascara that looks like actual dark eyelashes instead of obvious mascara lol.

No. 198710

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>>198702
I have the same problem. While it's not waterproof, I highly recommend the Just for Redheads mascara especially if your hair has a red hue. Colourpop has a decent brown mascara too. If you're feeling desperate, putting eyebrow mascara on your lashes should be fine if it's eye safe. Also, as for fake lashes, Ardell has some brown ones that I personally think look great. You can also always have them tinted too I think!

Unfortunately, I don't know any gray mascaras, but if another anon knows about any please feel free to share :)

No. 198726


No. 198733

>>198702
i use the longcils boncza cake mascara and it looks super natural, they have it in brown.
it holds a curl really well too.

No. 198746

>>198702
I don't know if it's natural enough for you since it's a regular formula but I use a grey mascara by Kiko and it looks so much softer and harmonious than black does (on my complexion). It's called smart colour.

No. 198767

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Did anyone try eyebrow tinting/dying? Is it even worth it if your brows are sparse?


My brows are such a mess but it seems like the only option to make them look nice would be microblading which is expensive as fuck so I'm looking into alternatives. They just don't look as nice as I'd like them with just makeup

No. 198783

>>198767
I thought it was super worth it. when I was dyeing my hair dark i matched my eyebrows with an eyebrow dye, it was really easy and it was like wearing mascara for the rest of my face? Lol i mean that it made all my features stand out a little bit more, while being very natural. Highly recommend it. You may find also that your brows are a lot less sparse when you dye them since pale hairs get dyed too and are now part of your eyebrows.

No. 198790

>>198767
I dye my eyebrows and think it's worth it, makes life so much easier in the morning. And eyebrow dye isn't that expensive, I use refectocil and a tube of dye + bottle of developer costs about 10-12 euro and lasts a long time.

No. 198870

>>198767
I did but it barely made a difference for me, maybe my eyebrows are too sparse or the dye was too light. I'm going to try henna next

No. 199083

>>198437
This is exactly what I was looking for thank you

No. 199368

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can you contour your face if you dont wear foundation? if so would you go with cream or powder contour? also what type of eyebrow gel is best for super dark black and thick eyebrows?

No. 199381

>>199368
>can you contour your face if you dont wear foundation
Sure. If you don't have an especially uneven complexion it will still be noticeable and look nice so long as you don't go overboard. The best type of product depends on your skin type. I prefer cream contour since I have drier skin, but if your skin is oily then a powder would likely be better.
>what type of eyebrow gel is best for super dark black and thick eyebrows
Pomades are typically the most pigmented so would be suitable for dark brows. I like Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade. It's a popular/common choice but for good reason in my opinion.

No. 199391

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>>199381
thank you so much nonita this was very informative, i will look into powder contour my skin might be a bit on the oily side for cream, another question, can i achieve this type of eyebrows with pomade? idk how to describe this not super fleek eyebrows but clear and doll eyebrows looking? i guess she's brushing them upwards or something

No. 199392

>>199391
I'd try eyebrow soap/wax for this brushed up look. If your eyebrows are thick and stifd gel might not be strong enough to hold them up for long. I've seen people swear by ABH wax thing but haven't tried it myself

No. 199447

How can I find which red lipstick shade looks most flattering on me? I’m very pale, I think my undertone is neutral, honestly can’t tell what color my veins are.

No. 199449

>>199391
Soap brows! Get a spoolie and some bar soap and look up a visual guide.

No. 199460

how do I prevent transfer of mascara under my eyes throughout the day. I try not to touch my eyes but I always end up rubbing them even a little

No. 199470

>>199447
You can try using an app like makeup plus to virtually test different red colours as a starting point.

If your skin is truly neutral, then a pick a neutral lipstick that isn't particularly cool or warm. Another way to check your undertone is to see whether you prefer warm brown eyeshadow or taupe eyeshadow.

The type of red depends on your hair colour too - if it's dark then a dark lipstick, if it's blonde or light then go muted/lighter, if it's red or a strong dyed colour then go more saturated/bright.

No. 199471

>>199460
I had the same problem nonnie, the mascara smudges because of oil from the eyelids. Waterproof mascaras aren't necessarily better because they're just waterproof, not oil proof. Try tubing type mascara, using a clear brow gel on top or putting powder on your lower lid.

No. 199496

Has anyone tried that ‘madluvv’ brow stamp thingie? I have very shaky hands and struggle with my brows. I don’t have those big Instagram brows, just straightish natural ones. And I hate doing them. I have used stencils before with pencils and other brow products, but the stamp seems good? Just wanted to see if anyone else has it or recs?

No. 199508

>>199460
Use setting powder and/or primer to control the oil that causes smudging

No. 199582

What’s a good high end brand? Or rather, what are your favorite high end brands for makeup? I want to treat myself and get some nice things to try out. I’m kind of sick of all the drugstore stuff I have (which isn’t bad, I just don’t wanna constantly look for dupes in Walmart or CVS).

No. 199617

>>199582
Pat McGrath for eyeshadow and liners
Charlotte Tilbury, Armani for foundations
Dior for mascara
YSL for lipsticks (gold rectangle tubes)
Guerlain for bronzers

No. 199634

Looking for a BB cream/CC cream/moisturiser that is extremely, extremely light, the kind that still gives the texture of your own skin through it. Light enough that I can still only use water to wash my face at the end of my day to take it off.

No. 199637

A significant minority (I'd wager a 1/4) of white women in the UK are literally bone white yet most of our foundations and concealers in their lightest shades are too orange or dark. Why the fuck is this still happening? I'm trying to find something other than Illamasqua, which I've never been able to make work and breaks me out, most so-called pale skin blogs and vloggers I'm coming across have average, untanned Northern European caucasian skin, they're not pale ffs lol. The odd pale ones are wearing foundation way, way too dark and ruddy but seem to be blind and can't tell. Someone help me kek.

No. 199654

>>199582
I've heard good things about Viseart for their eyeshadow palettes! I've been eyeing a few for myself but haven't committed yet

No. 199657

>>199582
Marc Jacobs eyeliner is lovely, Pat Mcgrath lipsticks have unique shades and formulas, also love her new blushes. & Estee Lauder makes a good full coverage foundation.

No. 199658

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>>199637
Nars, nyx & fenty go pretty pale. Have you tried using something like picrel?

No. 199659

>>199637
omg i noticed that about a lot of cloudier countries. some Finnish girls wear orange tans and it just looks hideous. I will never understand why people try to make themselves look dark and orange, just be the shade that you are

No. 199661

I tried the elf camo hydrating concealer and after it dried it just looked like a bunch of dots.
It is realistic to get makeup that would hide my dark circles and acne spots yet look like my real skin?
Also, my face is whiter than the rest of my body. Can I get “pale” makeup or will it looks weird with the rest of my body?

No. 199663

>>199637
>gatekeeping being pale
kinda weird tbh. I do feel you though as I am (ethnically) irish living in a southern European country. I don't wear foundation anymore but I know fenty goes pretty light and is available at sephora. Juvias place and morphe both have huge shade ranges and are more affordable

No. 199665

For all the ghost pale girls- Fenty goes the lightest I've seen although I hated their original formula. Havent tried the hydrating one. If Finnish brand Lumene is available for you its goes v light too.

No. 199666

>>199659
> I will never understand why people try to make themselves look dark and orange, just be the shade that you are
Nta but I'm from a "Cloudy country" and all my life I've been told or asked shit like "Did you spend all summer inside?" "You should get a tan on the beach" "You look so pale, are you okay?". I'm papersheet white and people won't let me pale in peace. I 100000% get why women selftan.

No. 199673

>>199658
Thanks and nope, but I think I am going to have to use some sort of white mixer. I have a cool undertone btw, forgot to mention that. Most pale foundations are quite pink ime.

>>199666
Uncharitable reading, but thanks for the recs. Imo it is ridiculous for them to pretend to be some sort of pOrcElaIn pRiNceSs (they are cringy like that) when they're fully aware they're darker than 80% of the population. I see black bloggers do it too re much needed dark skin foundations, it's annoying tis all. It's clickbait, that's what I meant.

>>199659
It's a regional phenomenon in the UK, my area isn't obsessed with tanning at all, but the orange faces are still fairly prevalent because mainstream stores just don't cater to the average woman's skin tone, it's frustrating. Young British girls in particular tend to have hilariously bad foundation cos all they can afford to buy is the cheapest drug store foundation available. Some girls I went to school with who had skin issues began fake tanning their bodies just to get their face to match and not look ridiculous anymore, I am not joking.

No. 199674

Also here to recommend Mizon snail bb cream to pale anons. It's been my staple for six years.

No. 199756

>>199634
Literally any cushion foundation or Korean bb cream is what you are looking for

No. 199877

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Got this concealer to replace my maybelline fit me which is running out.
That one is very nice, I just wanna see how this one will work since a friend recommended it to me. Any one have any experience with Armani products?

No. 200179

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Does anybody know of any lip products that look just like this color? I saw she used an IT Cosmetics lip liner in the shade ‘romantic rose’ but they don’t sell lip liners anymore.

No. 200184

>>200179
Perhaps nyx or even essence

No. 200349

Any tips on how to use gel eyeliner? I used to use a liquid one but I have a hard time with the gel.

No. 200365

>>200349
Using a really small bent eyeliner brush like Morphe M217 is better than an angled brush in my experience

No. 200498

Are you guys using mascara daily? I'm addicted to it and use it daily for over 10 years, now imma thinking if I should try it without

No. 200500

>>200498
I stopped using it daily when I started tinting my lashes instead. Since they're invisible (blonde) naturally I just need something to make them visible. Before that I used mascara daily for a good decade or so, pretty much ever since my early teens on.

No. 200501

>>200498
Only on special occasions, I really can't stand wearing it anymore. You get a similar but more natural effect from tinting + a lift/curler + lash serum, honestly it feels like a bit of a flex when you have nice eyelashes with no makeup on.

No. 200514

Any tips on stopping makeup sinking into lines under eyes. I have tried many things like different primers etc. But it makes me feel about 40 when it happens. I repeatedly use sponges or cushions to press and blend it out, but often it always comes back.

No. 200515

>>200514
putting moisturizer before the concealer/makeup helped personally

No. 200523

>>200514
What this anon >>200515 said. moisturizer -> concealer -> powder to set it

No. 200544

>>200500
What do you use to tint? How do you do it? I have long full lashes that are practically invisible until I use mascara

No. 200545

>>200514
Best concealers I’ve used for fine lines are the Maybelline Fit Me and Tarte Shape Tape. Both are great

No. 201134

Any underrated brands that can be recommended to me?

No. 201135

>>201134
What type of product are you looking for?

No. 201141

>>201135
Nothing specific, just wanna uncover some brands that aren’t talked about much. Cruelty free and non cruelty free brands are welcome.

No. 201286

Does anyone have any good recs for a drugstore liquid eyeliner? Preferably something that won't smear easily.

No. 201290

>>201286
Catrice, essence, nyx and makeup revolution

No. 201378

What is a good long wearing lipstick that isn’t a liquid lipstick?

No. 201379

>>201378
Nyx matte lipstick. Matte lipsticks stay on longer in general but can be drying and stick to dry flakes, so make sure you exfoliate first.

No. 201382

>>201378
Hourglass brand.

No. 201383

>>201378
Colorpop bullet lipsticks, the matte or blur ones

No. 201526

>>201378
Chanel, Estée Lauder, bareMinerals, kvd, L’Oréal

Tired of anons recommending essence and nyx over and over kek

No. 201542

I need your bestest advice/recommendations. I don't want to, but I need something to cover my undereyes. The skin is so pale and thin there than my veins show up underneath and from a distance it looks like smudged makeup. So I'm looking for a concealer than doesn't crease, stays well and comes in very pale shades. What are some good options I can look into? I'd rather spend more money and get a reliable product first try than to keep spending money on various budget friendly options.

No. 201568

>>201542
I think the NARS creamy concealer is a good fit, and maybe Fenty’s concealers as well

No. 201570

Is there a bb cream for a pale skintone with a neutral undertone? Sometimes I think there is something wrong with my undertone. Every bb cream I have tested so far was either too pink or too dark and yellow. The only thing that matches my skin tone perfectly is the nyx can't stop won't stop concealer in shade 1.5 but it is a little too dry and heavy in coverage for me. I am looking for something light coverage.

No. 201573

>>201570
Not a bb cream but I use glossier's skin tint which is light coverage. I'm a pale-ish neutral as well and have the same issues matching my skin tone, but I'm happy with how it matches. I use g10 but if you're really pale you might try g11.

No. 201615

>>201570
Mizon snail bb cream or Laneige snow bb cream. Skin79 also works.

No. 201616

>>201526
Because the last time anybody tried to suggest department store brands they got chimped out on by rabid anons yelling about the ethics of the brands. No one feels like dealing with the grandstanders who come here from r/makeupaddiction.

No. 201617

>>201616
It’s ok anon, the average everyday makeup consumer will buy anything they see in store or hear about being good. The ethics of a brand are quite subjective in the makeup world. It’s best to ignore when nonnies screech over a Jeffree Star or Ofra recommendation.

No. 201622

>>201570
You could just mix a few dabs of your concealer with a few drops of moisturizer

No. 201627

>>201526
Some of us are poor, sorry lmao

No. 201630

>>201627
To be fair there are plenty of other affordable brands than essence and nyx

No. 201639

I'm new to make-up and want to make sure I'm buying colors that work for me rather than against. I heard stores can color match you for foundation and what I'm wondering is if it's possible to get a hex number/code that I could then use to possibly plug-in to a website to generate a complimentary palette. Do those even exist? When they match you, do they even specify your color with a universal code or just give you bullshit names from whatever product they're trying to sell? If they do give a hex, I could possibly research it and hopefully find colors that work for me that way. I'm aware there's warm, blue, and neutral tones to skin that could help me figure that out but my veins look like an in between of green/blue/whatever so it's hard for me to say.

No. 201646

Dae find that tightlining with a liquid eyeliner stings their eyes more than with a pencil?

No. 201649

>>201639
There's no such thing as an universal colour system. Some brands use more intricate colour systems that differentiate between undertones for their own products though but most are fairly randomly named. If you get 5 foundations from different brands named "sand" you'll have 5 different shades. If you go to a cosmetics store to have yourself swatched and matched, the salesperson will pull foundations from their collection and find matching one(s) and those could be named whatever the brand named it. You could ask for your undertones though for future reference.

No. 201675

If I have a long and wideish nose, should I or should I not be using bold lipstick? Should I be foregoing color to my lips? My eyes are my best feature and my lips are full but shapelessish. I feel like using lipstick draws more attention to my lower face making it look off but I’m not sure if my nose is the issue or something else I’m not seeing? would it be because my lip shape isn’t nice? I use brown burgundy or dark purple usually

No. 201701

>>201646
No, it’s best to use a waterproof eyeliner in either form though so it doesn’t bleed or flake into your eyes.

>>201675
Depends on the look you’re going for. Makeup is used to enhance your best features and yes there should be balance, but you can’t help the size of your nose and that’s okay. You could contour it if you like but honestly just do the bold lip. Pretty and full lips shouldn’t be turned away from just because you’re self conscious about your nose.

No. 201730

Tips for contouring a round face and smaller forehead? My forehead isn’t a small dirt patch kek but it’s a little smaller and I’m scared of making it look nonexistent or Neanderthal-like if I use contour. My face isn’t really chiseled either and it’s been a struggle.

No. 201757

What are some good eyelashes that are dramatic looking but don't have that stiff thick band thats impossible to glue?

No. 201759

I need recs for bronzers that don’t look orange on the skin

No. 201785

>>201639

Not sure if you're referring to eye & lip color palettes to match your skintone but if you need to match your foundation shades this is site that recommends different foundations based on a ones you already have (color included) - https://findation.com/

If you wear more obscure brands they may not be in the search engine but if you own 1-2 popular ones you'll get results with similar shades from different brands.

No. 201788

>>201730
Why would you contour your forehead if it's already small?

>>201757
I've always liked Eylure's lashes but I haven't tried the really dramatic ones. At least the more natural ones have really really thin, bendy bands.

>>201675
Try a more neutral color. If you don't like your lip shape you can try drawing on a nicer shape by over and/or underlining but be really really subtle about it so it isn't so obvious. I always round out my lips for a more romantic, soft look because I hate how sharp and angular my natural shape is.

No. 201816

>>201788
Eylure’s lashes have thick af bands, what are you talking about?

No. 201817

>>201757
Kiss lashes and dollar tree sells ioni mink lashes that have really thin bands

No. 201979

>>201788
wow anon you described exactly what it is I dislike about my Cupid’s bow, i hadn’t been able to narrow in on it being the sharpness of it
I’ll have to find a color that matches my upper lip since that’s the neutral color that compliments my skin tone best, although it’s hard
Thanks nonita

No. 201980

disgusting

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>>201788
>>201979
So you guys do your lipstick like this? Kek. Sorry but people are gonna know… better to just accept you have a prominent Cupid’s bow because no amount of overlining and making it look ~soft~ will help.

No. 202295

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>>202288
And? Do you see blue eyeshadow and think it’s real? It’s makeup anon, it’s not that serious.

No. 202305

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>>202295
>Do you see blue eyeshadow and think it’s real?
What is this Jaden Smith tweet type of shit

No. 202307

>>201979
Anon literally no one notices your cupid bow or how it affects the look of your lips. Ask the person closest to you and they won't be able to tell you it's shape from memory unless you complained about it to them.

No. 202312

Anyone who is pale has Kylie Lip kits and can recommend me a colour that’s not too dark? I have a few but they all seem rather dark on me

No. 202319

>>199637
I'm also a super pale brit with a cool tone. NYX's Cant Stop Won't Stop is good for me - they've a very yellow pale shade that works well on my skin. The only issue is that if I'm not careful, the pump gets clogged. On the days I don't want full matte makeup I use Chanel's Water Fresh tint in the palest shade.

No. 202329

>>199637
I'm sickly pale and I use the Boots Collection concealer, which is the closest I can find to my skin colour. It works quite well for what it costs! That being said, I'm new to makeup and still looking to find a better product to use, so if any other super pale nonnas have recommendations that would be great!

No. 202351

>>202329
I liked the collection one, too.
Revolution's dupe for shape tape is really nice (matte, opaque) and comes in a range of pale undertones, and I also love L'Oréal's fairest concealer (luminous, more sheer).
I'm really surprised how nicely Rev's C3 matches my undertone. I've never had such a good match before.

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can any sweet anon ID these circle lenses? Thanks in advance!!

No. 202876

Anons I'm gonna kill myself. I had some lipsticks, on tube of mascara and two highlighters that I used on a regular basis before the pandemic stored in one of my drawers right next to my bed. I haven't touched them in over a year but last week I noticed only the mascara was there. I have no idea where the rest is, I checked my room thoroughly and they're nowhere to be found, and I have no idea where else they could. Keep in mind that I live with my family so maybe someone took some of my stuff for some reason because I have absolutely no privacy at all. It's all expensive stuff I didn't even have time to use that much or limited editions, I'm so fucking mad.

No. 202885

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>>202838
Closest i could find

No. 202886

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>>202838
>>202885
Or these. Moonzi shine

No. 202889

>>202838
>>202885
>>202886
I wish I could wear circle lenses but muh astigmatis makes them expensive.

Are there any reputable eu stores that sell them with prescription?

No. 202937

>>202876
Wrong thread to be venting here

No. 202974

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No. 203001

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Anons, which of these shade would work best for a very pale olive? I'm thinking Accepting a dare because it's not too warm and not too cool but not sure

No. 203002

>>203001
of course I fucked up the name of the lipstick. It's Accept a dare, not Accepting a dare haha

No. 203003

>>203001
I'm olive skinned but more on the tanned side, but I think accept a dare would give a good pop to your complexion. Other than that I think the top two would be fine too

No. 203018

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are there any liquid eyeliners that are just glitter like pic related?

No. 203049

What is a geniunely good eyeliner, preferably with brush tip? I try, and I try, but all eyeliners flake off of me so badly, even on highly rated ones.

No. 203060

>>203001
live on the edge, it has warm earthy undertones which compliment your olive skin. I'm assuming you have warm undertones?

No. 203063

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>>203018
Urban Decay heavy metal liners
Bbia glitter liners
Peripera sugar twinkle liquid glitter
Holika Holika eye spang glitter

No. 203066

Ladies I need some advice on how I can make my makeup looks more soft, refined, and “natural” looking.
I’ve gotten into a rabbit hole of doing my makeup heavy handed, like drag/insta baddie makeup.
I’m ready to move on from this type of makeup, so any tips on soft, cute makeup would be greatly appreciated. I like experimenting with colors and shapes.
What I need help with:
>Natural eyebrows, no idea what to do with mine since I drew them on for the longest time. I grew them back and my brows are pretty thick.
>Dewy foundation, would love tips on a natural looking base
>Neutral glam/everyday eye makeup

No. 203067

>>203049
I've used the following and never had any flaking personally, but ymmv
kvd tattoo liner in trooper and…whatever the brown one is called
flow fushi UZU liner in navy-black
wet n wild breakup-proof liquid eyeliner
la girl jetsetter liquid eyeliner
dolly wink liquid eyeliner
heroine make impact liquid eyeliner

good luck nona!

No. 203078

>>203066
You can try to look at korean makeup tutorials for natural eye-shadow looks, they usually involve using a few beige and brown shades (from one tone lighter to two tones darker than your skintone) matte for everyday and sparkly gold or rose natural tones for the evening. If you want to be ridiculouly basic just a wash of your skintone shade all over the lid can be enough. If you have an eye for interesting makeup,you can try doing the same placement you do for heavy looks with a very light hand and natural shades.


Lisa Eldridge is a must watch of course, she is a professional artist that can do extraordinary makeup from natural to very experimental and she works on various models of different ages and skintone, really gives great advice on how to do makeup that will suit your natural features. She IMO really makes all her models look absoluterly gorgeous. This is super colorful but still refined makeup for example :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjIoLBG4iKA

I am not so good at foundation but I have friends that swear by her advice for natural skin makeup. Don't know about dewy specifically.

For eyebrows, if they are thick then my best advice would be to lay off the makeup for a while and follow and adapt this grooming routine, you may not even need any eyebrow makeup at all. If you do lightly coloring in any uneven part with an eyebrow pencil that suits you should be enough.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWCV851MnZ8

No. 203084

>>203066
Use clear eyebrow gel/soap to brush your eyebrows. You could also use a tinted eyebrow mascara if you feel like you need some filling, a very natural one is Boy Brow from Glossier or Essence Make Me Brow. Make sure you groom them well.

For the dewy look you can either purchase a dewy foundation (Glossier or pretty much any korean BB cream/cushion), use a dewy setting spray (I love the nyx one) or apply sunscreen 10-15 minutes before foundation. Sunscreen always made me look dewy, if applied properly. Ditch contour and apply a faded blush, you will look a lot more natural.

No. 203087

>>203078
Thanks for recommending Lisa. She is phenomenal.

No. 203098

Any tips for keeping your lashes curled all day? My lashes still seem to fall quickly after curling with heat, letting them cool then applying waterproof mascara. Am I doing something wrong? Missing a step? Is there a specific mascara you might recommend?

No. 203099

>>203098
I use a fiber mascara and apply a thin coat, then kind of pinch my lashes to get the excess mascara off. Then curl them until they're dried. You can repeat this 1-2 x more if you want it to be heavier look.

No. 203100

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>>203098
>>203099
Btw I use this one: KISS ME Heroine Make Long and Curl Mascara

No. 203102

>>203098
Get a lash perm, my lashes are also super stubborn and nothing else works.

No. 203115

>>203098
Try cake mascara, it changed my life. Waterproof and tubing mascaras made my lashes fall out, this one doesn't but it still holds a curl like a champ and washes away with normal cleanser

No. 203155

Hey what’s a good oil free matte foundation that has light to medium coverage? I’m not into heavy makeup at all but I want something for my oily ass skin and that covers up just enough.

No. 203219

>>203067
I've tried the breakup proof liner by wet n wild and it flaked so bad. But I noticed that maybe I need to store it so the fluid is falling into the brush area (if that makes sense). I will try your other suggestions! I have a whole life ahead of me, I'm determined to find an eyeliner that works on my eyelids.

No. 203249

i feel like such a fucking idiot. how the fuck do i do makeup?
what the fuck is foundation?

i'm in my early 30s, i didn't have a mom to teach me this stuff and my upbringing led to a lot of problems with insecurity and confidence that i'm still trying to deal with. i've rejected femininity throughout a lot of my life as a result of these issues and i just want to be more feminine now. i went to sephora thinking maybe someone there could teach me the basics. i told the lady there i have no idea about makeup and she kept asking me what looks i liked (i don't know any looks) or if i wanted foundation or something else (i don't remember what it was and i don't know what foundation is) and kept asking if i wanted this or that and all these other make up items and terms that i don't know. when i told her i don't know any of this stuff she just said "well you're going to have to work with me." i got so frustrated that i just left because i'm clearly in over my head going to a makeup store in the mall. where do people go to learn make up when they don't have moms to teach them? i tried buying makeup at cvs but its all obviously shit quality, the lipstick isn't the same color on the lips as on the label, it all runs and gets everywhere. i look like a fucking kid or a clown when i try to put it on. so i thought maybe sephora would have a bit more knowledge and better product and be able to help but instead they just made me feel even stupider.

i don't know what the fuck i'm doing or how to learn what the fuck to do. i'm so frustrated and embarrassed that i'm this old and i don't know how to put on fucking makeup.
there is clearly a wealth of information on the internet and tutorials on youtube and stuff but every time i try to watch one i feel like i'm in over my head. like someone who doesn't know what a pencil is trying to learn how to draw. even coming into this thread is really overwhelming. i really just need someone to show me and answer any stupid dumb idiot questions i have without making me feel like an even bigger stupid dumb idiot, but i don't know where to find that.

No. 203252

>>203249
Try "makeup for beginners" on youtube or something? There are also old-school makeup books if that's more your thing.

No. 203263

>>203249
I didn't have my mom to teach me since you didn't like make-up, I learned from the internet. Blogs (at the time) and youtube and my own experimentation. I'd be careful with just picking any "beginner makeup tutorial" video from youtube though, most of them will expect you already know what the basic/most common products are and do and a lot of them still cake on like 10 products. Vid I added may be useful for you. It's by a FtM troon sorry about that, but she actually goes through most of the common items with an explanation of what it does. Definitely don't think you need to use all of that though! I've been using make-up for over a decade and I'm down to a really minimalist daily routine of three products (mascara (makes your lashes dark and stand out), blush (to well, make your cheeks blush) and something to fill in my brows.

Here's also a good written resource that explains most common make-up products if you prefer text: https://www.makeupartistessentials.com/an-introduction-to-makeup-types-of-makeup/

I'd say, if you want to buy a make-up product and you have no idea where to start, go get one single product and it should be a mascara. As I said it's a product that enhances your lashes (makes them darker and thicker, some specialize in for example more curling or enhancign the length). It's subtle and hard to mess up. And probably the most basic make-up item there is, no one who wears make-up doesn't wear mascara. Don't get a waterproof one, you'll find it difficult to remove. Try and experiment with it in the comfort of your own home until you're condifent to wear it out and/or move on to another product.

No. 203275

>>203249
>i didn't have a mom to teach me this stuff
You overestimate how common/important having someone to 'teach' you makeup is. My mum didn't tell me a thing, I learned through trial and error, emphasis on the error. That means years of wearing disgusting orange dreamy matte mouse in high school, and wasting hundreds just to try foundation that didn't work for my skin at all. Most people don't have the luxury of being proficient at makeup from the start, the difference is you probably have more self awareness than a teenager and can tell when your makeup is the wrong colour or too heavy or whatever. And even if tutorials and guides are overwhelming, at least they're there and you have plenty of resources once you can handle the information overload.

I lost interest in makeup long ago so anons can give you better specific advice about learning but I'm just saying you shouldn't expect to be great at makeup without being shit at it first, most of us went through the same thing.

No. 203282

>>203249
my mom didn't teach me either, I learned from youtube. Like the other anon said look up some beginner/everyday looks. Don't feel like you need to use every product youtubers use in their videos though, I remember for a while as a teenager I wore foundation and powder every day because all the vloggers told me to, even though I didn't need them at all. Also keep in mind most product recommendations in more recent youtube videos aren't genuine.
What the other anon said about mascara is true however depending on your features I'd recommend you also consider an eyebrow pencil and/or a lip product. I have small eyes but full lips and sparse eyebrows so learning how to do lips and brows made a much bigger difference for me than eye makeup, and I regret not realizing this sooner

No. 203283

>>203249
Makeup is to add color and definition to your face, as well as bring out features and even out your skin tone. Find out what you wanna do; what facial features do you like the most? Do you have nice full lips you wanna blush up with lip color? Big green eyes you want to stand out? Blemish or skin imperfection concerns?

No. 203288

>>203249
no ones mom teaches them how to put on makeup, get a concealer, blush, mascara, a tinted lip balm, a big brush to put blush on your cheeks, a beauty blender to dab concealer under your eyes and blemishes until it melts into your skin(very intuitive) and you'll need a moisturizer as base before you put your makeup on, I use sunscreen. As you feel more comfortable you can move on to eyeshadow, eyeliner, highlighter, setting powder and bronzer since they're harder to execute but it takes like 3 minutes of watching youtube to get a hang of it. You do feel like a clown going out with makeup when you're not used to it but it gets better you have to practice every other day and it becomes automatic at some point and you become really good at it. Foundation is not necessary, I wear full face of makeup without foundation almost every day.

No. 203313

>>203078
>>203084
Thank you so much, anons! Appreciate your replies

No. 203363

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I'm thinking about picking up a black lip color, since much of wardrobe is goth/alternative. My lips are pretty thin, so I'm very self-conscious about bold colors looking strange on me. I normally wear a little bit of NYX butter lipstick in Root Beer Float and spread it around with my finger. I could use some tips on going for a darker, bolder color, and some product recommendations if you have any!

No. 203365

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>>203363
I have small lips as well and dark matte colours make them look even smaller. My favourite formula is Catrice demi matte lipstick, shade 080 reckless love (picrel) works well for my skintone (light with cool undertones). I do the same thing as you, spread it around with my fingers. It stains my lips a bit so the colour doesn't completely wear off. You could try using a clear gloss over matte black lipstick (or black eye pencil lol it works well enough), that might make your lips look a bit more plump. Essence glosses are nice and also really cheap.

No. 203366

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>>203363
Don't go solid black like in your pic related because a solid lipstick colour without will always make your lips appear a little smaller and flatter.

The best thing to do is a subtle gradient. For example, if you want to go black, get a jet black lip liner and a slightly sheer black lipstick. Outline as normal, add in some extra liner in the least plump parts of your lips (corners and sides mostly) with the very dark black and then apply the sheer black all over your lips. The slight difference in colour between the outline and the plumpest part of your lips give the appearance of fullness. A glossy lipstick will also add to the effect.

picrel is the effect with a purple colour

No. 203396

Can any makeup anons help me determine my eye shape? Is it just deep set/round? I hate how much of my eyelid shows, it accentuates my weird uneven eye especially when I smile. The only "good" eyeshadow look I've found is using a very subtle brown as the base and a slightly darker one on the outer lid, any more than that and I start to look crazy, it just makes my eyes look too big like I'm a bug kek
I have been doing my makeup for over 12 years and never stopped to consider my eye shape and always wondered why some days I felt I looked way better than others, i know it has to do with my eyeshadow and eyeliner shape/application but I just don't know what looks best until I've finished it and I can never really recreate it..ugh lol
Spoilering cuz autism, any suggestions would be appreciated

No. 203397

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>>203396
>forgot pic like a retard

No. 203406

>>203397
definitely deep set/round which is the envy of people like me with deep set hooded. you've got all that real estate to do what you want with so make the most of it gal. Most anything would look good on you so do what you want!

No. 203408

>>203397
I think your eye shape is beautiful anon! I have really small, wideset eyes, so perhaps I can recommend doing the opposite of what I do with my makeup lol. Darkening your waterline would probably look good on you. It adds intensity and makes the eye appear smaller. You can add a lighter shade on the inner corners of your lids while doing your usual eyeshadow look. I'm wondering how you do your eyeliner because that can make or break the whole thing.

No. 203426

I need recs for a matte lip color that has a moussey texture. I’m tired of matte lipsticks dragging my lips and feeling sticky and gummy after application

No. 203434

>>203397
Nta but your eyes are so pretty they're like in a victorian painting.

No. 203448

>>203397
Anon your eyes are so beautiful! If you want them to appear less round (which is probably why they look buggy with a lot of eyeshadow) try something like vid related

No. 203449

>>203426
Bourjois velvet liquid lipstick is the nicest (and also cheapest!) one I've ever tried. Feels soft while it's drying and once it's dried it feels like you're wearing nothing but the colour lasts and it's matte.

No. 203451

>>203448
This styling is so fugly

No. 203455

I want to try out polygel nails but all the kits online are super expensive save for amazon and even then idk what I'm looking for really. Just a kit that comes with everything including the light. My nails are so short and just..weak I hate it. Been trying to take care of them but there is no change after months so I decided I wanted to try polygel.

No. 203459

>>203397
Your eye-type is called protruding. My bf has that type, and they're even more protruding than yours. I love them, they're so pretty. Anyway, the reason why you have trouble wearing makeup is because that is a prominent feature already. Anything you do to it will make it stand out more. That can be a pro or con, depending on the look you want. What look are you going for?

No. 203460

>>203397
Your eye shape looks a lot like Brittany broski’s and she usually does 60s style makeup that looks amazing on her

No. 203461

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>>203459
Those are deep-set eyes, not protruding. Protruding eyes, as the name implies, protrude out of the eye socket and brow bone, pic related.

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>>203397
From every result I’ve seen you have protruding eyes.

No. 203467

>>203448
>supermodel
This is so ugly I hate it

No. 203476

>>203466
those charts are usually wrong btw

No. 203481

>>203397
Anon you have protruding eyes. I also have them. Look at these celebrities: nicole richie, mila kunis, sarah hyland, emmy rossum

No. 203483

>>203397
Samefag sorry. They are also referred to as “prominent” eyes. Might help you more when searching for looks

No. 203491

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>>203397
You have deep set eyes with a prominent lid. Or maybe protruding with a very strong browbone which throws things off. Advice for deep set eyes will help. There's also small amount of tutorials for deep set prominent eyes that'll be useful.

No. 203492

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>>203405
>>203448
>>203460
Thank you anons for these suggestions, particularly for Krysten Ritter and Brittany Broski, Brittanys look quite similar to mine. Her style is a bit dramatic but I like it, I'm gonna try all of the suggestions and hope somethin sticks out to me
>>203406
Grass is always greener I think, I absolutely love how hooded/deep set eyes look, they look mysterious and so, so pretty to me.
>>203408
I definitely like darkening my waterline, it makes my eyes look alot smaller and less round, but I've found that using a lighter color on my inner corner tends to bring attention to how close set my eyes are unfortunately. I tend to do my eyeliner in a pretty standard "cat" wing, not too extremely long and usually pretty thin. I always feel 100x better about my appearance with just concealer, mascara, and eyeliner wings lol. I usually skip waterline eyeliner bc it tends to..migrate to my inner corner and looks gross if you aren't checking it constantly
>>203434
That may be the greatest compliment I've received, thank you anon ♥
>>203459
>>203461
>>203466
>>203481
>>203491
I've been watching youtube videos of people describe deep set eyes vs protruding eyes, and it's still hard for me to determine even after staring at my face and photos of my eyes.
My brow bone definitely sticks out more than my eyes, but I've got a shitload of eyelid space similar to protruding eyes
I think they are deep set but with..prominent features? Like >>203491 said. I think the combination of features is why I struggle with following tutorials for specific eye shapes. I'm gonna search for videos that specifically fall under deep set and prominent
thank you to everyone who replied, it is somehow comforting to know that I am no longer the only person confused about my own eye shape. KEK
>>203466
like in this photo, I feel like my eyes look most similar to protruding, but in youtube vids for protruding eyes, they look so much different than mine?
i wish i could just find a makeup artist do my makeup in the most attractive way possible, then i could copy it forever. i would never have to worry about this shit again kek

No. 203506

>>203476
No, you’re usually wrong kek

No. 203546

>>203506
No, the other anon is right. "Hooded" by itself isn't an eye shape for instance. Neither is wide set (Kate Moss has hooded wide set upturned eyes). And whoever they used as an example for almond shape doesn't have almond shaped eyes.

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>>203249
The sheer incompetence of Sephora annoys me. Are all their staff just thundercunts or even trained in makeup? Like they could’ve just asked anon about her features or what she wants her makeup to do for her like a professional makeup artist would smfh

No. 203582

>>203546
Eyelid shapes* so you’re still wrong kek I know it’s just you again.
>>203572
I agree wholeheartedly. But be careful nonnie, someone will start sacrificing tooth and nail to stand up for Sephora employees.

No. 203637

>>203582
The chart you're defending literally says EYE SHAPE CHART though.

No. 203645

>>203637
Why are you still hung up on this, it’s a makeup thread
>>203100
This mascara is good but a bitch to get off. If it’s for all day wear then I’d be too tired to spend all that time taking it off afterwards

No. 203665

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any tips on how to do eye makeup on my eye shape? all I know is that i have double eyelids, different from monolids. when i do eyeshadow on my lids it gets weird n oily n bunches up in the crease area (hard to explain). picrel is how i usually do my makeup

No. 203682

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>>203665
sorry anon if this is your eye, please fix your eyebrow in the first place. I don't mean to be nitpicky or mean, eyebrows like yours would make anyone look worse. Let your natural eyebrows grow or watch a tutorial and learn how to make them look a little bit thicker and natural.

The white on your lower lid is too much, use a more natural highlighter there, something less proeminent. Don't wear eyeliner and put a darker shade in your crease. Make your eyelashes thicker at the end of your eye or wear a couple of fake lashes there.

No. 203753

>>203665
your eyes are so pretty nonny! you have such a pretty eye shape.
i think you could benefit from sort of extending the area where you apply eyeshadow a bit higher up and also on the outer lower part of your eye. i'm not very well educated on eye shapes so someone correct me if i'm wrong but your eyes look a bit hooded while also having a double eyelid, so i assume that's why you're having issues with eyeshadow getting oily in your crease.
i found a few videos that may help give you some ideas of what i mean particularly about the eyeshadow location.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvTqX5p9BCk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZNZP4MndFs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skZ-nUB_b00

also, i dont think the shape of your eyebrow is bad, but i do think you could benefit from extending your brows and thickening them a bit with a greyish toned eyebrow pen. i prefer eyebrow pens to pencils or pomades because they look more natural. the tolymoly 7 day eyebrow is good: https://tonymoly.us/products/7-days-tattoo-eyebrow
and so is the nyx eyebrow tint (my fav by far)
https://www.ulta.com/p/lift-snatch-brow-tint-pen-waterproof-eyebrow-pen-pimprod2021269
they even have a greyish shade which looks really nice and natural and less…over the top/instagramish

No. 203768

>>203665
Anon…that’s a really 2012 weeby style of eye makeup. The frosty white on your lower lid looks really out of place. There are a lot of tutorials on YouTube that would help with downturned eyes, especially Korean tutorials

No. 203802

>>203665
Sadly us unlucky fuckers with hooded eyelids have to extend eyeshadow up to our brows if we want it visible, but that tends to look too dramatic for daily use imo
I like to use eyeshadow below my eyes, especially corals, light purple, maybe even red if I'm feeling extra emo. I keep the light eyeshadow only in the corner of my eye, I don't totally extend it like you do but I think that's cute too, even though like other anon said it's outdated (who cares though!).

No. 203853

I've recently realised that I should probably be colour-correcting my super dark circles rather than smothering them with concealer.
Any recommendations for correctors (especially peach ones for really pale skin?)

No. 203865

Kek this will sound stupid and very strange as fuck but have any anons ever tried mixing stuff into liquid lipstick to alter the shade before? I got a milani liquid lipstick and the formula is amazing, but the shade is just a tad strange on me. I don’t wanna give anyone used makeup, and I certainly don’t know anyone who would wear the shade. Not to mention I don’t want to toss it or let it sit unused until it goes bad either. If it was slightly more pink or peachy, it would be the perfect nude. Please tell me if you know any ways to change it with another pigment or something. I’ve thought of using one of my redder/pinkish liquid lipsticks to mix into it but I’m scared of changing the formula too much. This is all a worry because I don’t wanna waste my money and buy a new one and have a tube that I throw out or just let sit in a drawer. I need to save money and I really like how it applies.

No. 203870

>>203865
You could try mixing a bit of each lipstick together on the back of your hand and applying it with a lipstick brush.

No. 203890

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>>203665
Your eyelids look like a mix of double eyelids and monolids. Sadly it looks like you don’t have enough of a crease to do regular makeup like for hooded eyes and double eyelids, you should look for makeup that’s geared towards monolids.

No. 203891

>>203853
Pixi beauty under eye corrector.

No. 203898

>>203853
Skinfood corrector is amazing and one jar will last you FOREVER

No. 203918

>>203898
>>203891
i was using nyx color corrector for a while but it didnt do anything, it actually made my undereyes worse, could it be because it was very orange? stuff you guys are recommending doesnt look orange. but im not pale so maybe i'm supposed to use orange? how do you apply this without blending the concealer and corrector together making a mush?

No. 203919

>>203918
samefag i'm not the same anon fyi

No. 203925

>>203918
The key is to not use to much and let it dry down

No. 203944

>>203891
>>203898
Thanks so much for your suggestions nonnas!! I've gone for the skinfood corrector because it was easier to find in my country. I'll give a little review as soon as it arrives!!

No. 203983

What color of blush works best on darker skin tones?

No. 203988

>>203983
Darker blush colors kek

No. 203999

>>203870
Wouldn’t work because liquid lipstick dries down.

No. 204011

>>203999
…it doesn't dry down instantly the moment it touches your skin. You can mix liquid lipsticks on the back of your hand with a brush and apply them just fine. You can even mix them with other formulas it works good.

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No. 204380

Is it worth going to a professional makeup artist? I feel like I look weird as hell with makeup (that's more than brown eyeshadow) but it's probably cause I have no idea what suits me kek, I'm curious what a professional would make of my mug

No. 205043

>>204380
Twice in my life have I been to professional makeup artists and both times I felt really disappointed. It's was still sort of fun to try it out and feel pampered, I just didn't like the results. I think I'm just ugly and nothing truly suits me lmao

No. 205347

>>205043
To be fair anon beautiful women don’t use lolcow or any anonymous imageboard/shit talking forum. I get you

No. 205609

Nonnies, I have oily lids/ sebum around my eyes, so Mascara tends to move around and I always end up with mascara under my eyes.

The Ssaem used to have a mascara that worked for me and didn't do what I described above, but now it's out of production so I am looking for recommendations for a new one.

No. 205613

>>205043
>>204380
to be frank i dont like the way make up artists do my makeup either not that it looks ugly, to me it does because i like manipulating my eyes and face a certain way that makes me feel beautiful, everyone has a different perception of beauty, i guess if you instruct your mua on exactly what you have in mind in detail it is achievable, regardless trust me you can definitely make makeup work for your face its literally the point of makeup, you just have to test what you like on your face biggest mistake of women who just get into makeup is that they try to recreate some super glam instagram look and it turns out gaudy because they lack the skill or they follow a checklist of makeup products instead of studying their face and forming their make up routine around it, blush doesnt suit some people, some people dont need foundation but use it regardless and it looks cakey, dont get disheartened ladies there isnt one person on earth that cant benefit from makeup its painting your face at the end of the day, all about technique and knowing your canvas.

>>205347
talk for yourself i'm a stacy

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No. 206059

I'm looking for a cool-toned eyeshadow pallete. Preferably with muted neutrals, greys and blues. But most importantly cool (to neutral) toned. Does anyone have suggestions? For some reason it's really difficult to search for eyemakeup specifically by undertone.

No. 206063

>>205347
What does being beautiful have to do with gossiping?

No. 206096

>>206063
If you're conventionally attractive you're more likely to be a normie. And don't pretend that going on here is the same as gossiping with a group of friends irl kek

No. 206097

>>206059
Have you looked at Nyx Perfect Filter Gloomy Days or Marine Layer?

No. 206163

What are some ways I could make my face - which is long - appear more rounder?

No. 206165

>>206163
blush makes a huge difference in terms of how your face looks. this video is extremely helpful. for example i used to apply my blush in the middle of my face and all over my cheeks the way someone with a long face might but it made my face look droopy and gaunt, i watched this video and tried applying it much higher than i normally would and it was night and day in terms of difference.

No. 206215

>>206097
The gloomy days one looks good, thanks!

No. 206217

>>206096
Nta but for a lot of people it very much is the same thing since the average person (esp over the last year or so thanks to quarantine) has been doing more social interacting online vs offline. We've also been in the 2.0 age for a while now where its not unfounded to have friends you met online and have kept for years and eventually met up with, etc. Can whatever pick-me anons who have been coming to this thread, skincare, fashion, and perfume generals please fuck off already with this mindset.

No. 206218

I like this for a clean work look even if straight across brows don't flatter me in the slightest.

No. 206221

>>206218
the asian pink around the eyes does not look good at all. it makes people look sick/tired/like they have an infection/pink eye

No. 206225

>>206096
Autists can be conventionally attractive too, anon.

>>206221
>>206218
I like peach/pink eyeshadow okay for casual wear, but I think taupes look a lot more professional and grown-up.

No. 206234

>>206221
i think that's the point

No. 206242

>>206221
I think it’s cute. Asian eyes are typically smaller in appearance and a puffier look helps them look bigger since their eyelids lack definition.

No. 206243

>>205613
>im a stacy
Yeah sounds like a dumb bimbo name since you can’t learn to use a period kek
>>206165
This is so useful anon. Thank you!

No. 206246

>>206234
Why would someone want to look sick on purpose idgi

No. 206250

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>>206246
nta but I don't think it's sick exactly, so much as slightly sleepy/languid. Kind of a just-got-out-of-bed type of cuteness. The pinks used in the video are a little peachy for my tastes, but I think it's nice generally.

On a related note, does anyone have a good rec for a high quality palette with colors like picrel? I love the mauve undertones, but I own the palette that the picture is swatched from and it's really chalky.

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>>206250
This reminds me of this palette in picrel.

>>206243
Nta but.. do you not actually know the meaning behind what a 'Stacy' is? Why the fuck are you being so needlessly cunty towards an old post which was otherwise non-aggressive? You sound like a miserable NLOG zoomer, eat shit and fuck off.

No. 206254

>>206250
Colourpop's Amor palette? I think there's an Etude House one that is also similar.

No. 206256

koreaboos stop being embarrassing challenge

No. 206259

>>206250
i also think it's cute when it's a cooler pink! peachy pinks just look odd

>>206256
stop whining and learn to scroll, misery guts

No. 206278

>>206256
No one was talking about Korea?

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>>206217
How does that have anything to do with what I said? And how is it pick-me? I stand by my statement. Going on lolcow and nitpicking random e-whores to death isn't the same as having online friends or simply communicating online. An average person will at most visit reddit for gossip on the latest beauty guru drama.
>>206225
Of course, I was speaking very generally.

No. 206451

>>206252
I have this palette and it’s a lot more warm toned. It’s pretty but I barely use it, mostly because it smells like old juice someone left in a hot car for three days.

No. 206485

>>206430
nta but love the pic

No. 206593

>>170544
I'm just going to throw this tip into the wind, something I picked up from Liv Tyler, but clear eyes or any anti-redness eye drops do wonders and it shocks me I don't see it talked about more often. It especially helps reducing the skin bunched in the inner corner, which became more prominent for me after a bad bout of too much crying.

TLDR; try eye drops.

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anons, how can i do a colorful waterline like picrel? i’ve heard that you can put eyeshadow primer on your waterline, then pat pigment on top, but when i try that i get a bunch of pigment in my eye and it doesn’t look good. should i mix the pigment with the primer before putting it on my waterline?
would also appreciate if you guys could tell me what to search for to find tutorials for this, i’ve tried searching youtube but i can’t find tutorials for this specifically, just for entire eye makeup looks.

No. 206682

>>206681
Pencils and gel liners are your best choice. You could use a white pencil and try patting shadow on top but in my experience it doesn't really stick. Best wait for a colourpop sale, they have sets of colorful gel pencils and liners.

No. 206865

>>206681
I can't even get black to stay on my waterline without turning into a raccoon within minutes, even the supposedly waterproof liners… wish I could do fun colors like this

No. 207631

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Any recommendations for affordable dark reddish brown lip gloss/cream? Similar to picrel

No. 207656

>>207631
Try nyx lip lingerie or soft matte lip cream, they're not super cheap but still affordable and really good

No. 207917

I feel like eye brows fall more into make up than hair so I’ll post here.

What do you use for brow lamination after care? My brow lady gives me oil that does nothing to make the hair happy and I break out around my brows so I stopped using it awhile back. But now I’m noticing my tails aren’t as full as they used to be.

I’m thinking of trying castor oil but wanted some other input. I have naturally dark brown hair and my brow hairs are thick but a little sparse. Thanks nonnies.

No. 207919

>>207917
castor oil 100%. it works wonders for brows and lashes. just buy a spoolie with a cap or a little screw-on bottle and use that. unless you wanna splurge for an expensive brow/lash serum castor oil is the best

No. 207997

I’ve been out of touch with new makeup for a few years because quitting it altogether was the only thing that cleared my skin.
Any recs for someone very acne/irritation prone if I really just want to cover under eye darkness and redness around nose/laugh lines and occasional spot concealing? A priority would be looking as natural as possible in natural lighting, ie avoiding chalkiness or over brightening

No. 208017

how do you prevent foundation from settling into fine lines as the day goes by?

No. 208201

>>208017
are you wearing primer anon? i don't wear it too often but i imagine it would help since its creating a base layer that forms a smooth surface for your foundation

No. 209292

Any tips for looking best on webcam for meetings? I've noticed webcams tend to wash my features together so maybe I should lean more heavily on contouring?

No. 209625

What's a good pink lipstick for a cool/paleish skintone? I'm getting married soon and want something for photos, but can't go to a store right now to look. All I have no is ancient lip tints and dark red lipstick that I would never wear out of the house.

No. 209631

>>209625
Fever by hourglass
Girl about town by mac
Schiap by nars
Exotic pink by besame cosmetics

No. 209649

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>>209625
I know it's a wedding so you want long lasting, but for photos I think a gloss finish is always the way to go, applied right before (make sure one of the bridesmaids has a touch up kit with a hand mirror for you: powder, lip gloss, concealer, mascara). Nothing worse than having crusty crumbling liquid lipstick in your framed photos!
When I was at the counter NYX creme brulee butter gloss was so good on pale girls,pink and pretty without being Barbie.

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>>209625
>>209649
Yesss, creme brulee is great. It has been my go-to lipgloss for years. MAC lustreglass lipstick in syrup is also very good as far as cool toned, wedding appropriate pinks go.

No. 209756

>>209649
>>209695
Really? I'm pale with neutral undertones and I've found that this shade made me look like a corpse, so I had to go darker.

No. 210073

>>209756
Personally, I have very pale lips (on top of being pale in general) and light peach toned pinks give me an appearance of slightly enhanced natural lip. Maybe your vermillion border is naturally darker and that's why it washed you out?

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I have like 4 boxes of fake eyelashes, including singles and half ones, but I swear my hands I retarded. I can't fucking put them on reeeeeee
Is it just training? Does your natural lashes also bother you when trying to put the fake eyelashes on?

No. 210108

>>210104
it definitely gets easier with practice, it also helps to trim a few chunks of eyelash off the inner corner parts of the lash strips.
some people curl their lashes first to blend them with the false ones better, but i’m too lazy for that personally. i honestly just slap my lashes on, i really do not give a fuck

No. 210109

>>210104
It gets much easier with practice, but you can try half lashes if a full strip is too finnicky for you. Try applying them with hands or tweezers, and maybe draw thicker liner to cover up mistakes. Also like the other anon said trim the band but on the OUTER corner. You want take a chunk off from the part that's longer.

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Not sure if anyone was looking for something like this, but my campus still requires masks indoors and I had been getting frustrated that so much of my bb cream would smear off onto my mask. I went looking for solutions, found this from an article, and its been working great for me for two weeks. The only minimal transfer I see is some blush, but it isn't much and I give myself an extra spray after foundation and powder are applied. I hope this helps!

No. 211230

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My eye shape is like picrel (I have less prominent eyebags though). How can I make them look more almond shaped without doing the retarded fox eye thing?

No. 211231

>>211230
You can’t

No. 211232

>>211230
Idk face tape maybe? Why would you want to? Wtf is wrong with zoomers, no one is paying attention to your eyelid shape.

No. 211233

>>211232
>Why would you want to?

My eyes look beady as fuck lol and makeup just emphasizes it

No. 211234

>>211233
If your eyes look anything like the picture I wouldn't call them very beady at all.

No. 211247

>>211230
Do all non-Asians have sharp inner corners in their eyes?

No. 211318

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Not sure if anybody was looking for a new foundation, but I've been taking a break from my usual bb cream which I've used for years and picrel is great. I have oily skin, neutral undertones and a fair shade, and this hasn't broken me out. A little goes a long way.

No. 211325

>>211230
Besides the tape like another anon mentioned, you can probably create the illusion with eyeshadow. But honestly, your eyes are probably fine irl.

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Picrel arrived yesterday and I can't wait to try it out. Possibly going to order their liquid rouge.

No. 212230

Where's the best place to put together an eyeshadow palette for a reasonable price? Maybe 10 shadows' worth, decent quality? Thanks noñas

No. 212250

>>211247
I thought east asians have sharp corners because of the epicanthic fold

No. 212258

have any anons tried any clean concealers? i'm trying to decide between kjaer weis, alima pure, and rms beauty. i have light olive skin and cannelle by nars is my perfect match.

No. 212273

>>212258
This brand always sells out of their stuff pretty quickly. I haven't gotten a chance to try their concealers, but their eye cream is nice and so is their fruit tinted makeup.

https://www.100percentpure.com/collections/concealer-makeup

No. 212297

>>212250
Other races can have the epicanthic fold, anon.

No. 214287

To anons who wear Korean cosmetics: what do you use on your lids to make the color of the eyeshadows pop more? I tried eye primer and concealer set w powder and it does the bare minimum. I know Korean eyeshadow usually has little pigment but I find that the color flies off when I go to blend?? It’s frustrating because I see other makeup bloggers get such nice pigment. I’ve tried using applicators, my fingers, and brushes— nothing is working. I want the same results as others! Please help

No. 214289

>>214287
I know this doesn't answer your question but why not just buy regular Western eyeshadow? Why bother with subpar Korean eyeshadows when you can get any colour and finish you desire here?

No. 214301

>>214287
I mean, I stopped purchasing Korean cosmetics for this exact reason, anon. I think they just pile it on or apply a bit of foundation (not concealer) underneath, but I didn't see the point in paying for basically shimmery mica with a grainy texture to it– I could go to Lancome if I wanted that. I won't go back to Etude House palettes or even Canmake (Japanese, I know, not Korean) because its a fruitless endeavor. Which brand are you even using? 3CE, Etude, Face Shop, etc? Western "dupes" exist for nearly all of those.

No. 214319

>>214301
Etude House and Holika Holika. I don’t wanna give up using my palettes but I’ve heard that other ppl recommend different higher end Korean brands instead of those if I want pigmentation (though I also don’t wanna risk purchasing another dud). I have western eyeshadows but I just adore the glitters in Korean palettes better.

No. 214426

>>214319
Western shadows also have really nice glittery shades. MAC's new holiday collection has gorgeous singles. Huda does beautiful metallics. Kiko and Pupa are two italian brands with very glittery "wet" looking shadows. If you're hell bent on making the korean palettes work, I'd recommend using a mixing medium or a glitter glue(Pixie Epoxy, Inglot, MAC, NYX) for the metallics/shimmers and the Wet n Wild shadow primer for mattes.

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>>214426
Tom Ford and Charlotte Tillbury palettes, too.

No. 214459

Does anyone have any advice for flat lashes? I've tried so many different mascaras, but most don't seem to last long or get extremely clumpy/spider legs look.

No. 214467

>>214459
Just get a lash perm. If your lashes don't stay up with a curler and waterproof mascara there's no hope.

No. 214491

What’s a good pink hue highlighter?

My toddler destroyed my Jeffrey star one I bought forever ago(peach something) and I have refused to purchase from that goon for the last couple of years. It was the only one I used and I liked it a lot.

Ulta/Sephora in my state/county don’t allow testers so I’m kind of in the dark.

No. 214495

>>214491
No one here gives a shit about muh ethiks as explained upthread >>201617 just go buy the last one you had if you enjoyed it that much. If you're that pressed about using the site, look on poshmark or something.

No. 214496

>>214495
>expecting me to read a 3 month old post
Kek why so sandy? Go breathe some fresh air nona. Talk about being pressed jfc

No. 214500

>>214496
No one asked you to have read a three month old post? I was referencing it. Take your own advice before you go around accusing others of being aggressive.

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>>214426
Ok, thanks anon. I’ll look into the products and your ideas.

>>214491
Does your country carry any of these?

No. 214534

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Does anyone have a good recommendation for a liquid eyeshadow with extremely finely milled shimmer? I'm going for as wet-look as possible. Bonus points if it's white/pearly with a blue shift like picrel, but I'm open to suggestions. Has anyone tried Laura Mercier's Caviar Chrome Liquid Veil? Ty nons

No. 214558

>>214534
I find myself liking the Stila liquid eyeshadows. I mean, they’re well known for a reason.

No. 214581

Can any of u anons help me find a foundation line that’s yellow toned? No orange or pink tones please

No. 214586

>>214581
Try Canmake or Missha.

No. 214587

>>214491
If you can't find any of >>214521 then I don't see why you wouldn't buy the JS one again.

No. 214650

>>214581
Bourjois, Shiseido, some Maybelline Matte and Poreless shades, Guerlain, NYX, some MAC shades in the Face and Body line.

No. 214694

Does anyone else like Wayne Goss' videos or am I going to get screamed at because he's a dude giving makeup advice? I liked this video he has on blush placement.

No. 214698

>>214694
I don't wear makeup anymore but I remember he made a lot of videos criticizing instagram trends for popularizing drag makeup techniques on women. I think he's okay and knows what he's talking about most of the time.

No. 214704

>>214694
I can never understand these face shape things for the life of me like how can someone be heart shaped when you can put any other shape there and it would have similar outline??? Like a lot of their faces don’t even seem to fit the shape so it’s confusing unless it’s explained plainly like oh your forehead is wider than your jaw or whatever shit so that means you’re a fucking rhombus

No. 214716

>>214704
I don't know anon, I've felt between a round face and a heart shaped face so I just try shit out from whatever I think is closest and go with the best result. Its not that deep.

No. 214750

>>214694
I liked his vids, they were more technical and "how to apply stuff" which was helpful, since most beauty gurus just slather everything on and put a filter over.

No. 214765

>>214750
He’s a makeup artist that actually got educated and works professionally while James Charles and MannyMua just followed trends and didn’t actually understand why you contour or fill in eyebrows… they’re sheep that like to cake on makeup.

No. 214766

>>214694
I'm not knowledgeable on makeup so I can't say how technically good he is but I respect how he does a lot of videos aimed at older women.

No. 214787

>>214765
Where is his portfolio then? His shoots? His runway work? Editorials? Anything? I don't buy that he only works for a super uber secretive and private London clientele.

No. 214822

wayne goss always looks like he's right on the verge of chimping out in a rage

No. 214825

Anyways back to makeup.

Can someone recommend a really baby pink blush? I have really fair but warm skin

No. 214843

>>214825
>anyways

It's a makeup thread and sometimes video recs get posted, why are you being passive aggressive?

Dior backstage or nars for your blush.

No. 214927

>>214843
Dismissing it isn’t “passive aggressive” kek

They can take their conversation to the beauty guru thread or something. Recs aren’t the problem obviously, it’s when it turns into a makeup drama related discussion. There’s already a thread to talk about it

No. 215841

I want a light grey liquid or gel eyeliner that isn't glitter/shimmer/metallic/silver, just flat or satin. Googling and filtering through beauty webstores gets me nowhere, anyone know of any?

No. 215854

>>214825
Nars thrill

It's different in the pan than the skin

No. 215881

>>215841
I know Makeup Factory and Art Deco have some but they're only available in Europe afaik. Your best bet will be water activated liners and indie brands. I'm not sure if they specifically have a light gray, but Suva Beauty is great and you can just mix white and black and get your perfect shade.

No. 215897

>>214927
Nta but you could fuck off with your minimodding shit. It wasn't even a problem because it ended up turning into a discussion about techniques used in his videos. Some of you really need to fuck right back to twitter because nobody wants you here.

>>215841
Seconding Art Deco. I think Sephora's own collection might actually have one? Max Factor also has one, but I'm unsure if it was discontinued or not. Its flat as you've described wanting.

No. 215928

>>215881
>>215897
Thanks! I'm in Europe but can't find grey liquid liner from either of those brands. The Suva one is a great idea, I'm going to go with that! Thanks for the help!

No. 216243

A bit of a specific question but fuck it. My psoriatic arthritis impacts my eyes pretty badly and I have to take a shit ton of eye drops 3-5x a day for my dry eyes. I love makeup but have stopped wearing eyeshadow and mascara because of this. Is there any way I can continue wearing mascara while having to put eyedrops in so frequently? I've tried just putting the mascara on the tips of my lashes and it kind of helps but still gets into my eyes when I put the eyedrops in.

No. 216273

>>216243
Dumb question but have you tried waterproof mascara?

No. 216455

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I have trouble curling my outer lashes because of how deepset and hooded my eyes are. The curler just can't reach them close to the root.

Any tips on how to handle it? I already tried to push them up with the fingers but the curler still can't reach them. Never seen smaller curlers being sold here so idk

No. 216457

>>215897
How is that minimodding? Don’t sperg over bs that doesn’t matter
>>216455
Maybe try doing half and half of your lashes with the curler

No. 216461

>>216457
I can't reach them with the curler so nope

No. 216470

>>216455
Order a small half curler from ebay or ali? Or buy curlers until you find one that fits your eye shape. I think theres a guide on reddit about measuring your eye and finding a curler that has a similar curvature.

No. 216479

I tried out egirl makeup with the blush and it looks really cute. The only thing is that it kind of accentuates my tear troughs. Any tips for disguising them? I know they will always be there irl but at least in photos it'd be nice not to have them.

No. 216501

>>216479
Maybe a concealer that's a shade lighter or just shoop them out (since it goes hand in hand with egirl stuff lol)?

No. 216518

how can i put glitter gel on top of eye shadow without it turning into a chunky paste? like how can i keep the glitter gel from mixing with the eyeshadow?
thanks in advance nonnas

No. 216529

>>216518
What kind of gel are you talking about? Like an adhesive for glitter or pressed glitter?

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>>216529
this is the glitter gel i’m using. i would like to layer it on top of eyeshadow, sometimes it works but usually it turns into a nasty chunky glitter-eyeshadow paste.

https://www.slayfirecosmetics.com/collections/glitter-gels/products/persephone-glitter-gel

honestly i don’t recommend this product though anons it’s not worth the money, colourpop makes some glitter gels too that seem decent

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>>216532
Oh, literally a glitter gel. Sorry for being an idiot, I was picturing something like picrel. You could try some kind of glitter glue underneath maybe? Pixie Epoxy, or even a good quality lash glue. That would put a barrier between your shadows and the glitter. But the formula of this glitter doesn't seem ideal for the eyes tbh. Way too much filler and oils, no wonder it ruins your eye shadow. It's also super chunky, it could easily scratch your cornea. That's something you really don't want to experience.

No. 216543

>>216501
Lmao shoop is a good suggestion bestie, it's about the image and not reality anyway.

No. 216563

>>216542
thank you anon i’ll try a glitter primer!

No. 216634

Hi anons, so I've tried:
Kat Von D Tattoo Liner
Wet N Wild Breakup Proof Liner
Physician's Formula 2 in 1 Waterproof Eyeliner
L.A. Girl Jetsetter
Wet N Wild Megaliner

All of it either fades, smudges, or transfers onto my eyelid. It sucks because I thought Jetsetter was a holy grail, but after a while it started transferring when it didn't before. All of them fade pretty badly. I just want an eyeliner that works. I wear primer underneath my lid, I put on skin tones eyeshadow, but it always transfers now. Any tips or other eyeliner recs? I know Heroine Make is supposed to make good eyeliner, but I hear it is carcinogenic.

No. 216636

>>216634
Also - my eyes are semi hooded, i.e. no one who has hooded eyes would call them hooded, but they are slightly hooded, moreso on my right eye.

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>>216634
This is my personal guide to not transferring. Ymmv

>I do not use primer on the eyeline, and put on eyeliner first before any shadow. It may seem odd, but liquid liner adherence really works best when touching clean skin. In makeup I never apply powder before liquid, and eyeliner/eyeshadow follows that rule too.


>I apply matte black eyeshadow using a tiny angled brush over my liquid liner, like I'm setting it. Not patting it, but brushing just ait small amount onto the liquid liner, following it's path. This also looks good because it diffuses the edges of the liner and makes it truly matte black. If I am applying general eyeshadow, I do that first and then come back to do this step.


>Surprisingly my favorite liner is Macqueen brand from yesstyle. But they all get weird after awhile so I never splurge on prestige liner when these cheapos work even better. No idea about carcinogen, sorry

No. 216668

>>216634
i love essence liquid eyeliners, they’re cheap and don’t transfer. also KVD brow pomade in black works great as eyeliner, i use it for my waterline/tightlining. + marc jacobs gel eye eyeliner is great too but not sure if they still make it

No. 216707

>>216634
Essence liquid ink liner, wet n wild primer in the crease, set with a translucent powder. Literally bullet proof. Don't set with a blacl shadow if your liner touches any part of your crease, it WILL transfer. Another liner you can try is Maybelline liquid liner. It has a weird, almost lash glue like consistency but it's ultra black and stays put all day.

No. 216995


No. 219434

Do you guys think i could make the mica i pick up in the river by my house into powder and use it in makeup

No. 219467

>>219434
can we be friends

No. 219494

>>219467
yes
now help me grind grape seeds to extract oil

No. 219753

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>>177225
Coming back to this video what do you guys make of the effective vs ineffective makeup trend? I had a realization similar to this anon where I was doing tons of shit wrong because of a combination of me following trends and false advice.
This video was extremely helpful, though its clearly targeted at Asian makeup trends like the ruler straight brows and glittery ass eyeshadow. Aside from this though the contouring, blush placement, eyeliner (specifically the lining of the entire upper and lower waterline) as well as the drawing individual lashes trick and layering of lip products are quite life changing, and look universally flattering if pulled off well.
A small tip like using a pot concealer to conceal the sides of the nose used in this video in order to shrink the nose size is incredible. The blush placement thing is also witch craft at shrinking the size of the lower half of the face.

What really sits with me about this video is people in the comment section are astounded about these tips and seem to be even mildly pissed that most western "makeup gurus" have the mentality of "do whatever you want with makeup when people want to learn a skill. The makeup community preach its a creative form of expression and an artform when in reality their are universally objective ways of doing shit, no one likes cakey foundation, no one likes runny eyeliner. Most people just want daily wearable makeup. And even in cases where people want to go over the top with makeup those objective rules still apply but with more intense colors etc. I think this speaks to a bigger issue, similar to how cooking and other things are arbitrarily deemed "artistic and creative" (including art itself) makeup is not an artform its a science. There are some caveats of personal preference but ultimately there are objective standards.

No. 219758

>>216634

When you have hooded eyes like mine, you just have to do your eyeliner differently. It's the sad truth but you have to. It will look better and it won't transfer.

Attached vid is an example of what I mean. It's a bit long-winded so just skip through or play it on 2x speed on mute lol

No. 219768

>>215841
Lethal cosmetics have a grey eyeliner pot

No. 219780

>>219753
I love these videos because Asian women haven't yet fallen to this bullshit about "creative expression" when it comes to makeup and actually acknowledge objective standards like you said. I've watched a few "do's and donts" makeup videos from Western beauty gurus and in the comments there's always someone complaining about how they prefer the "dont" side and how dare they claim certain looks are better than others. Sigh…

No. 219812

>>219753
> using a pot concealer to conceal the sides of the nose used in this video in order to shrink the nose size is incredible
Yeah that will only give you that effect in videos and photos, from a certain angle. Irl you will just look like you have mismatched concealer on your nose.

No. 219816

>>219753
>>219780
Tell me you are a boring normie without telling me you are a boring normie.

No. 220916

recommendations for a cream/gel eyeliner that doesn't dry at the speed of light, has decent coverage and is properly blendable? I hate when I'm doing a smokey eye and every cream eyeliner dries while I'm working it.
(also I tried elf and flormar and they both really irritated my skin but I'm still willing to try more)

No. 220934

>>220916
Inglot, L'oreal, MAC (look into paint pots too), Diego dalla Palma Milano.

No. 221264

Are there any Western YouTubers who do Korean/Asian makeup looks? I really like the softer, cute style of makeup that's more popular in East Asia but the eyeliner and eyeshadow placement does not translate well for non-monolid eyes.

No. 221464

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I’ve been eyeing dior lip glosses/oils for a few years and I need to know for any nonnies that may have them, are they worth it?

No. 221467

>>221464
Former Dior rep here. Are they nice? Absolutely. Are they worth the price? No. There are many mid range and budget brands with comparable products. I think Shiseido is discontinuing some of their lip products so you could catch them on sale. Clarins has beautiful lip oils that are even better than Dior in my experience.

No. 221483

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Has any Eurofags tried the Labello lip oils? What are they like?

No. 221484

>>221483
Labello is such a shit brand, I've never had a Labello lipproduct that didn't further dry my lips out.

No. 221492

>>221484
Second this, same goes for carmex and vaseline

No. 221507

Nonas, I have a long face (think Celine Dion) and a very olive skin tone (think Hila Klein lmao) how the hell do I apply blush and what colour do I choose? Everything either makes me look like a Easter Island statue or looks like I've been slapped in the cheeks with some flipflops. Help!

No. 221519

>>221507
sage for no contribution but your descriptions made me crack up

No. 221530

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>>221507
If you want to shorten your face, go for the middle of the cheek and sweep up. That placement is considered 'bad' because it brings attention to the apples of the cheek, but it actually works for long faces. Draping is also nice imo, it will give you a more angular look which can be cool sometimes. Check out Wayne Goss on youtube, he has a great video on blush placement. As for colors, I'm olive too(although I lean more yellow than grey) and I really love orange and berry/brick colors.

No. 221531

>>221519
This is the vid I mentioned, I usually find him annoying but he does demonstrate techniques well.

No. 221535

>>221507
Here are some references for colors, just so you know what kind of stuff to look out for: Artdeco Blusher in 11 Orange, Catrice Blush Box in 020 It's Wine o Clock, Flower Beauty Bitten, ABH Peach Caramel, EM cosmetics Faded Clementine, Nudestix Sunkissed.

No. 221817

>>221264
Seconding this request. Also, any other channels on "effective makeup" for non-asians? I already know of Wayne Goss, Alexandra Anele (hit or miss imo), and Snitchery.

No. 221908

>>221535
>>221531
>>221530
Thank you SO much nona! You're a life saver. Hope your 2022 goes amazing!!

>>221519
Glad I could make you giggle!

No. 221923

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has anyone tried this? it has become a trend lately and i want to try it but idk if it could work in me bc i have some acne scars

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>>221923
>oil-free
>contains squalane

No. 221938

how do i make my uneven eyes look even with makeup?? please help

No. 221943

>>221938
Uneven in what way?

No. 221964

>>221938
Depends? Youtube might be better for this, just watch some videos about it and try stuff out.

No. 221965

>>221923
Super dewy base makeup can emphasize texture, but otherwise I don't see why it wouldn't work? Unless you want to completely cover the scars?

No. 222004

>>221938
Nona, I don't know how are your eyes uneven so I'm just gonna say what works for my chameleon eyes. Hope it makes sense and hope it's helpful!
If one is higher than the other, you can either apply a liiittle bit of light brown eyeshadow under the eye that's higher, to make it seem that it goes a bit lower than it does. If you like doing your eyeliner across your entire eyelid then you can make it a bit thicker on the eye that's lower so it seems a bit higher up, but don't over do it.
Also, if one eyelid sticks more than the other just apply a very light layer of a brown eyeshadow.
Aaaand, if one eye slants more than the other, apply light eyeshadow (just not white) on the lower lashline where your eye ends near your temple to make it seem like it slants a little bit.

What really helped for me was to take selfie head-on and just compare where my eyes are not matching and fix that manually, to the point where my eye looks on the left eye are super different from the right one, but only when it comes to where I apply highlights and where I strategically draw eyeliner, but the end result looks very similar and even.

No. 222013

Hi nonas what are some legitimate Chinese brands I could try? I’ve tried Zeesea and Focallure but I would really like to try more (I’m like this with food too, I love all the different cuisines) so what are your suggestions? I also have heard of Perfect Diary and Hexze. Any of you tried a good amount of Chinese makeup?

No. 222014

>>221923
It really didn’t work for me and I have oily combination skin. I also picked the lightest shade and it still looked orange on me. You’re better off getting a foundation from Maybelline

No. 222016

>>222013
You're stupid, actual Chinese people pay a premium to not have to use these awful products, you just want to virtue signal because you know you're gonna get called out for it in the consoomerism thread.

No. 222018

>>222013
Why specifically Chinese brands? They're not known for their skin care like South-Korea is, right?

No. 222024

>>222016
What this anon says (except for the 'you're stupid' part), even the Chinese don't buy their own skincare products because they know they are bad quality

No. 222064

>>222016
>muh consoomerism
You’re the same anon that’s been stirring shit up in here and it’s obvious. It’s my money bitch now fuck off
>>222018
I’m definitely not gonna buy the skincare but I see actual Chinese women using actual Chinese brands like the ones I mentioned. The products I’ve used are fine so why not try other brands? Don’t they import ingredients for their stuff now?

No. 222083

>>222013
I have a powder compact from perfect diary and i really like it. The packaging is really high quality also

No. 222145

>>222083
Is it translucent or like a powder foundation ?

No. 223161

Nonnas, I'm curious. How much makeup do you own? What do you buy most of? What do you use the most? Are you building your collection or prefer a minimalist approach? Do you use makeup as a tool for looking more attractive or is it more of a hobby? How does that affect your buying habits?

No. 223199

>>223161
>How much makeup do you own?
Much less than I did before the pandemic, but even then it was pretty basic. Eyeliner, mascara, a few eyeshadow quads, a highlighter, matte powder, 3 lipsticks.
>What do you buy most of?
I love to wear lipstick and used to own lots of shades but since I wear masks everywhere I go, I've stopped buying it.
>Are you building your collection or prefer a minimalist approach?
I would buy more if I ever left the house anymore, but currently I'm not buying anything.
>Do you use makeup as a tool for looking more attractive or is it more of a hobby?
It's both. I feel I have to wear makeup to be respected (or even seen as hygenic) but I also like some aspects of it, like different colors and I like how I look in eyeliner.

No. 223204

>>223161
I own a million eyeshadow palettes and lipsticks from my teenage consoomerism phase lol, aside from that I have one foundation, one contour powder etc. I only really use eyeshadow to line my upper eyelid and fill in my eyebrows. I don't use face makeup at all, I hate the way it feels and it always starts to look gross after a while. I usually don't go for fancy looks, for me it's more about looking and feeling a bit more fresh, I do enjoy experimenting with eyeliner/eyebrow shapes though. I haven't bought new makeup in years (except for mascara), and I don't want to. I know I won't use it because I have enough other makeup and one everyday look.

No. 223235

>>223161
>How much makeup do you own? What do you buy most of?
Most of it are cheap colourpop lip products and eyeshadows. I have a lot of regret but most of it is still too new to justify throwing out so I hold onto it still. They're good enough products, I just got kind of caught up in the hype.
>What do you use the most?
I am recently loving brown eyeshadow as eyeliner+a small wing with brown liquid liner with blush and lip tint. I used to do a full face every day but I've been skipping makeup for base and eyebrows since I've been taking care of them and they've been looking better.
>Are you building your collection or prefer a minimalist approach? Do you use makeup as a tool for looking more attractive or is it more of a hobby? How does that affect your buying habits?
I don't do a lot of crazy experimentation, I mostly just like the confidence boost from makeup, so I'm trying to narrow my products back down. I find that I'm okay with using the same thing every day as long as it looks good. I think a lot of people are reaching that realization as the makeup consoomerism trend kind of died and it sucks but it is what it is.

No. 223247

>>223161
very little, a few korean lipstains and foundation, two basic eyeliner pencils,a NARS multiple stick, one powder foundation to go over my liquid foundation. i really hate the feeling of makeup

No. 223286

>How much makeup do you own?
In comparison to a regular consumer, a lot lol. 7 palettes which are a mix of premade and custom, totaling 125~ shadows. In my defense, I use shadows the most and don't have dupes across different palettes. Next biggest category is lip products, I think I have 24 or so. The rest is minimal, 3 highlights, 4 blushes, one concealer, 1 colored mascara and one black etc…
>What do you buy most of?
Eye shadows, although most of my collection are gifts from friends and family. I bought 5 singles last year, but the last palette I purchased was in 2019 or 2018.
>Are you building your collection or prefer a minimalist approach?
I'm done for a while I think. There's still a few more shades I'm missing (proper matte inidgo, olive green, sparkly pink) but I'll hold off. I don't like having too much makeup, but I also don't declutter a ton because 99% of the things I buy I use. I mostly do colorful looks so I like having one of each color in a matte formula and a metallic formula.
>Do you use makeup as a tool for looking more attractive or is it more of a hobby? How does that affect your buying habits?
Both, depends on the situation. I use fresh, light makeup to look more "presentable" in job interviews and stuff. It's sad that we have to do this to be perceived as professional. Day to day I either wear none or do bold looks. I love playing with different colors and finishes, painting graphic liner and creating a "vibe" for my outfits. And I just like sparkly stuff, I'm a sucker for anything metallic or glittery.

No. 223301

>>223161
I have one mascara, one eyebrow pot + brush, one foundation and one blush. I've curated my collection a 100% exclusively to what I use and repurchase the exact same thing when I run out. I used to have lipsticks, concealers, eyeshadow pallettes that I never used so I threw them out when they expired, waste of money. I like knowing that what I have is exactly what I need and works for me, it's very reliable and stress-free.

No. 223311

>>223161
>How much makeup do you own?
Not much, enough to fit into a small makeup bag. 1 magnetic palette with loose shadows, two liquid lipsticks, a bunch of pencils and some tools.
>What do you buy most of?
Pencils - lip pencils, pencil eyeliner, brow pencils.
>What do you use the most?
Brow pencil and concealer.
>Are you building your collection or prefer a minimalist approach?
Definitely minimalist, I don't see a point in collecting makeup, it'll just go bad.
>Do you use makeup as a tool for looking more attractive or is it more of a hobby?
I use it to look more attractive and get to fuck attractive people. I'm not gonna lie, if makeup was my hobby I'd feel very sorry for myself for not having a better hobby.
>How does that affect your buying habits?
I used to be enticed by shiny packaging and cute ads as a teenager but now I've stopped caring. I'm glad to save my money and I know I won't use anything I buy that much, especially now when people are just sitting at home.

No. 223368

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I have trouble understanding the best way to do makeup for my eye shape and color. Picrel is my eyes, any videos/pictures/product recommendations welcome!

No. 223370

>>223368
Sorry nonny but I thought this was Shayna when I saw it on the front page kek. Maybe look at how she does her makeup and do the opposite.

No. 223374

>>223370
NTA but Shayna has poop brown beady rat eyes, what are you talking about

No. 223376

>>223368
Your eye color is so pretty! Try warm brown and orangey tones, it will really make them pop

No. 223378

>>223368
Fiona Apple has similar eyes to you. Super pretty. No recommendations though, sorry.

No. 223379

>>223368
Y-your eyes are beautiful nonna

No. 223383

>>223368
You have a ton of lid space, you can do basically anything. I think you have slightly protruding eyes. IMO hazel/green eyes looks stunning in shades of purple and red. Very warm neutrals will bring them out too.

No. 223384

Awh thank you for all the compliments, fellow anons. I legitimately worry about doing eye makeup though, like if I do my eyeliner the wrong shape it ends up making my eyes look too downturned or a weird shape. I have heard people say using purple shades is nice for hazel color but maybe I choose the wrong purple I feel it always looks kind or clownish.

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>>223384
My biggest advice is to just experiment. Follow different tutorials, try different placement and techniques and you will figure out what works best. If you want a simple way to use color, you could do something like pic rel. Just one shade all over. Another easy way is to add color in the inner corner, or on the bottom lashline. Or purple mascara/liner.

No. 224042

Anyone into natural cosmetics (as in made without shady/dubious/possibly toxic ingredients)? I'm looking to slowly change my collection into make-up without shady ingredients and I was wondering if any of you can recommend me some good brands. I don't mind if the price is on the higher end.

No. 224556

>>224042
Bareminerals and Innisfree.

Usually those “clean” brands have makeup that smells really waxy and gross though.

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>>223384
The actual colors aren’t recommended, I just wanted them to be different so u could see. The purple is a good crease placement, the blue is a flattering wing, and the yellow is the inner corner highlight!

No. 224561

>>223368
Qt alert wtf

No. 224590

>>224556
Those are not natural brands. They both contain PFAS and god knows what else. There are some smaller Euro brands that are actually natural and not just green washed. I think someone upthread talked about them.

No. 224592

>>224042
Look at these replies and the website linked >>192646 >>192661 >>192665

No. 227562

I'm now on a mission to be my best with makeup.
I've recently bought Charlotte tilbury flawless foundation and it just seems cakey to me? Plus it made me realise that after all this time of buying warm shades, I'm actually a cool shade.

Any techniques to maybe thin foundation out a little? Or fuck it buy light coverage in the right tone?

No. 227571

>>227562
I’m not an expert with make up, but i remember adding moisturizer to my foundations as a teen and it thinning them out. You kinda have to get the foundation to moisturizer ratio right. Also the makeupforever foundation was bomb

No. 227825

Curvy girl makeup

No. 228266

anyone else have a little eyelid space? i wish i could do cool eyeshadow looks but my eyelids are too small and too close to my eyebrows.

No. 229053

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I really enjoy this make up style and I'm wondering if this would help me look more mature. I'm very unsure how to do the eye make here sadly

No. 229084

what kind makeup can I use to make my fat pussy look better? pls help.(gross)

No. 229089

>>229053
This is a pretty simple look. Even base, low to medium coverage with a satin to dewy finish depending on how oily your skin is. Lots of bronzer and a peachy blush. A bit of natural highlighter if you want. The eyes are likely just a matte brown in the crease, with a dark brown smudged closer to the lashline. There is a bit of peachy highlight in the inner corner. The browbone is highlighted with a matte skin toned shade and it's possible she has that on the lid too. It seems like she tightlined with a black pencil. Mascara, no falsies. For lips, something close to your natural color or just a tinted balm. The brows are clean but natural and feathered out. If you have fuller brows a tinted gel is enough and if not you can fill them in with a powder. Use a gel with a strong hold to keep them up. You could also try soap brows, it gives that feathered look.

No. 229101

>>229084
Put highlighter on it

No. 229106

>>229084
Rub chilli powder all over, it'll bring out the fatness in all the right places! Saged, mods pls don't ban me.

No. 236465

Nonas I notice after I’ve been out for a while that the makeup on my bottom lid will always smudge and I’ll end up with dark rings under my eyes. I use primer, but it will ends up smudging. How do I prevent this from happening? Usually I’ll use eyeshadow on my bottom lid with darker eyeshadow to line my lower lash line instead of eyeliner and then mascara for the bottom lashes, if that helps.

No. 236528

>>236465
look into smudge-proof and transfer-proof makeup. waterproof too if you tear up a lot like me

No. 236876

I have veins showing through under my eyes and from a distance it looks like mascara smudges. What's a good concealer to cover this up with? I don't mind investing in something good if it means no creasing.

No. 236935

>>236876
I think application is just as imoetant as product. I use a cc cream instead of foundation, I like bourjois and then I use either a rimmel or collection 2000 concealer. I always warm the products in my hand before applying and tap and blend into my skin. I've never got creasing using these products and I work long days with quite a bit of manual work and the make up doesn't shift or fallout.

No. 239955

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I don't know what it's called but I'm obsessed with this style of make up. No concealer or foundation but really bold eyes and lips. pic rel doesn't fit the description but it's the closest i could find, does anyone know good smokey eye tutorials?

No. 239957

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>>239955
another example of the kind of eye make up i want to learn how to do

No. 239974

>>236876
My favorite concealer ever is the Too Faced born this way sculpting concealer

Bonus is that you get a lot from one bottle and it works well as foundation if you want

No. 240070

Is there such thing as too many lipsticks?

What do you anons consider more than enough? Imo it’s more than 15

No. 240103

>>239957
Just youtube smokey eye tutorials. Those are very 2000s looks but not in a chic way. That makeup is typically very unflattering which is why it hasn't come back but everything else from y2k did.

No. 240116

>>239955
it's simple anon
>apply eyeshadow
>do not wash your face

No. 240408

>>239957
Anon do not listen to the haters, these are cute looks. I don't have any tutorials to link but I'm gonna put how I the look under a spoiler. I use a beige shadow on the top lid (just on the lid, and not above), then smudge it on my lower lid and shape it into a soft wing, clean up edges with qtip and then softly blend with a clean brush. Then I use a dark brown very close to the lashes on the top and bottom lid. I also use a dark brown liner on my lashline. Also, I love to put the shadow under my eyes like picrel. In my opinion, doing that makes my complexion look brighter. And maybe these looks aren't for everyone, but I fucking love them. Godspeed, nonita.

No. 240635

>>240408
No one's hating. Sensitive much? All she said was those looks aren't flattering and haven't come back which is true.

No. 240638

>>240635
This comment is pointless, sorry you can't handle being called a "hater" kek.

No. 240734

I’m a few months into accutane and my skin type is changing and even though I rarely have active spots, now my skin is drier and the foundations I always used are starting to look cakey.
I’m just looking for suggestions if any anons went through a similar treatment and what they did! If someone going through treatment found a great foundation (or primer even) that helped? I’m thinking maybe for the time being maybe drugstore or stocking up on samples for a different foundations might be the best? is there anywhere to order just foundation samples? really appreciate any help!

No. 240991

>>239955
Aren't these just smokey eyes without base and red lipstick?

No. 241029

>>239955
>>239957
First pic looks like middle schooler first attempt at makeup. Don't know if you'll like it but vidrel is a more elevated version of what you want. Just skip the concealer and foundation part.

No. 245134

>>241029
Nta but this looks way uglier tbh. Looks very cartoonish and uncanny.

No. 245575

Does anyone know some good and fun beauty/makeup channels similar to PATEEN?

No. 245986

Is anyone else adventurous with makeup? I’m kind of wanting to wear blue lipstick or something… I don’t know what it is. I have a weird fixation with it and I’ve been thinking of getting a blue lip color for like two months now.

No. 246105

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I have pale, cool-toned skin and have struggled finding a contour shade. I just bought "Ice Grey Brown" in picrel and it's great. It has a purple/mauve undertone and is the exact color of shadows on my face. The other color in the photo looks promising as well. There are four shades in the range.
It's called Shading Powder by the brand CANMAKE. I got mine on amazon for $12 total. Hope this helps another pasty anon!

No. 246175

>>245134
Agreed. I don’t like the look in the video. It’s not as subtle.

No. 246405

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>>170544
What would you consider "alternative" makeup?
In zoomer terms I'm an "elder emo" and while looking on pinterest for makeup inspo I noticed that the only requirement to have "alternative" makeup is to wear black eyeliner. Like where did all the panda-eyed girls disappeared to??

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>>246405
Yeah, weirdly shaped eyeliner seems to be the only requirement for alt makeup these days. Like you, I prefer the ~2007 black eyeshadow look. However, I’m an oldfag “elder emo” too, so.

No. 246463

>>246413
>>246405
Whenever I felt angsty and wanted to express my edginess I’d crank up the black eyeliner. Good times. Today, I bet I’d get ravenously mocked for my poor attempt at beating my face to achieve e-girl makeup.

No. 246486

>>246405
>>246413
Ngl I still love this look, I'm severely disappointed I can't pull it off.

No. 246523

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Im sad that becca is going out of business, I really like their stuff

No. 247631

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Is makeup like this "too much"? I love wearing just blush and eyeshadow like this. I don't get too creative with colors, but I'd like to start. Is this look conventional? If you noticed someone wearing makeup like this casually, what would you think about them?

No. 247637

>>247631
go for it nonnie!! it's absolutely beautiful

No. 247638

>>247631
>insecure
if you want to look like a clown then look like a clown. every young has this clowny makeup on so who gives a shit.

No. 247640

>>247631
It looks cute and purposely artistic, especially with powdery colours. I’d just think you were a trendy person. If you mean foundation-less makeup in general, I think that tends to look quite nice and fresh (unless it’s a dark, glam style, then you’d seem goth)

No. 247648

>>247631
left looks bad because of the harsh use of magenta eyeshadow and excessive usage on nose, but right looks better. keep your skin tone in mind whether you look better in warm or cool colors.

No. 247712

>>247631
These looks are cute but definitely on the artsy side, not because of the colour, but because of the unconventional placement and shapes. I'd recommend branching into colour in more conventional ways before experimenting with unconventional placements because if it doesn't look intentional, it's going to look really bad. Build up your confidence with colour first.

No. 248338

Anons, I am looking for a nice eyebrow gel (preferably colourless). I dont know which ones would last the most, but I don't want to spend too much money on it, since I won't be using it too often (I'd use it 2-4 times a month at best whenever I am getting invited to go out).

No. 248964

I feel like I only look pretty irl when I tightline my whole eye waterlines with black eyeliner, but in photos it looks so ugly and harsh.

No bottom eyeliner definitely looks better in photos, but I feel so plain with it irl.

No. 248970

>>248964
>>248964
You can try tightlining the top lid and then smudging the liner gently underneath your bottom lashes, focusing on the outer corner. This still defines your eyes but is way less harsh. You could also smudge it out with an eyeshadow that's close to your skin tone. Just keep playing around with tools and placements

>>248338
Clear mascara is always cheaper than eyebrow gel and does the same thing, I got mine from a dollar store

No. 248975

>>248970
Yeah I'm used to wearing heavy kohl type liner and I feel it makes my entire face look nicer irl but in selfies it always looks pretty bad. I'm trying to soften up my look and be more fresh faced. Thanks for the advice <3

No. 250220

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Can someone recommend or find me a good dupe for Marc Jacobs’s lip gloss in “Pink Flamingo”? It’s the perfect pastel pink that actually looks like strawberry milk. I ran out of mine unfortunately. I tried Temptalia but the recommendations were meh or not the same

No. 250337

>>247631
i love this type of makeup too! i would compliment them if i see them

No. 250643

I usually love ABH brow products but I was so incredibly disappointed with brow freeze. I thought it might be a nice alternative to what I usually do, which is spray hair spray on a spoolie and comb it through. I see brow freeze used on IG all the time and I was totally meme’d into buying it. Greasy and doesn’t keep my brow hairs still. Blown away how expensive it was for barely any hold. Maybe it’s made for thin haired brows.

>>250220
I like Buxom pink champagne. I’ve never tried the Marc jacobs so can’t really compare. I like buxom because i don’t taste lip gloss in my throat like most glosses. Buxom also has Gin Fizz which is a milk-y white color and I like to top it with pink glosses to give it that pale strawberry milk look.

No. 250661

>>250643
The regular ABH clear brow gel works great for me, although I don’t do anything special like feather my brows. It’s a good product if you just want to keep your brows in place.

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>>250661
Not my brow but I basically partially feather them like picrel. Just the beginning of the brow.

No. 250770

Is wearing this amount of makeup on the daily common? some of these girls are wearing transvestite level of makeup.

No. 250831

>>250770
Do you see women wearing this level of makeup often? I don't. It partly depends on the occasion, you'd see far more women like this at a club or trendy restaurant compared to walking around a supermarket. Women who wear this much to an average desk job or just walking around the park though, hardly any.

No. 250836

>>250770
I don’t see women wearing this amount of make up ever, except I have a good friend who wears an extreme amount of make up. She’s very insecure despite being really pretty.
Sometimes I see really young girls wearing really extreme contour but they’re like high school kids and inexperienced with make up so it’s not that weird despite it looking bad.

No. 250898

>>250670
How does one feather them if one doesn't own any eyebrow-related makeup tools? (I've got like an old mascara wand but that's kinda it, would that work?)

No. 250940

>>250770
I don’t really see this. However, on the rare occasions that I do, it usually looks dreadful and caked in person. The internet’s glorification of these looks is bizarre. Real life says otherwise..

No. 251008

>>250898
I buy disposable spoolies on Amazon. I wash them and use them until they’re gross or falling apart. One will last me about a month or so. I also designate one for product and one for just brushing.

I spray hairspray (not a lot) on my spoolie and brush it through my eyebrows. Might be trashy but nothing else works and it works well kek

No. 251010

Which youtube tutorial for light and natural makeup do you think is most helpful?

Also I am like having issues with I am so pale and have black hair which means I feel like with makeup I look like micheal jackson with foundation on.. Advice on that would be good too

No. 252048

I have no idea how to do skin makeup. Everytime I do it i look like a tard. Does anyone have any good, simple tutorials they can link? I have good skin so I don't think id need too much.

No. 252049

>>252048
Also, is it weird if I went into sephora and asked for help matching my foundation and stuff?

No. 252052

>>252048
I would say go light coverage instead of mid or full. I noticed the latter two only look good on camera for me, light is the only one that doesn’t make me look like a clown. Also blend blend blend. To your hairline, ears, neck etc. Bb creams are my favorite I don’t think I will ever go back to foundation

No. 252064

>>252049
no people do that all the time

No. 252582

What's a good brightly colored (liquid) eyeliner? I'm specifically looking for a cyan and warm yellow. I love old school hippie makeup (with very bold eyeliner and face paint) and want to wear it to festivals and such. I'm not really looking to use it around my eyes much, so a good quality (affordable) face paint would be appreciated too!

No. 252619

>>252049
That's their job.

No. 252620

>>252582
Look into water activated liners, or colored gel liners. Decent liquid liners in bold colors are a bit hard to find. Suva Beauty and Glisten Cosmetics have great water activated ones.

No. 252622

>>250898
Dry mascara works fine for brows, if you have dark hair that is. If not just clean it and combine with hair gel/spray and run it through your brows. Even a glue stick could work in a pinch.

No. 252640

>>252620
Thanks nona! I want to something somewhat elaborate so a small liquid eyeliner probably wouldn't cut it anyway. I'll look into those brands, hope they're available where I live!

No. 253617

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I need a primer that will help keep my makeup from moving when I sweat at work. I don’t drip sweat but my job is physical and I get hot. My setting spray doesn’t seem to be helping as much as it used to. I have combination skin and I look like picrel by the end of the day. Oily and slimy looking.

I don’t wear foundation, just concealer and a bit of powder, highlighter and a dust of blush.

No. 253624

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gore bump

No. 253919

>>253617
Maybe one of those sticky ones? Like Milk Hydrogrip or J One Jelly Pack. I know Urban Decay makes something similar but I can't remember the name.

No. 253950

>>253919
Thanks nona I’ll look into these. I ended up spraying my concealer brush(before blending my concealer) with my setting spray instead of my hydrating spray and that made a big difference. Come summer tho I’ll definitely need something stronger.

No. 254957

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Are there any anons who self tan? I'm looking for some recommendations for face tanners since my face exfoliates so quickly and never matches the rest of my body. I'm already using MineTan Olive, so I'd prefer something green-based.

No. 255257

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>>254957
I use isle of paradise drops- medium. 5 drops to start, and then every night when I wash my face and moisturize I add one or two more drops to maintain the tan.

You have to mix it with a moisturizer (it’s a serum but you can mix it with another serum too or lotion). It keeps me in the routine of moisturizing my face. Goes on nice and has a very natural color. Don’t use their tanning water. That shit sucks.

No. 255292

>>255257
NTA but seeing people's before and after pics makes me think dang … Maybe I should try this self tanning thing out. Does it stain your sheets?

No. 255296

>>255257
>>255292
doesn't self tanner also age your skin because of DHA or whatever? still better than the sun i would assume but i don't think they're healthy either, exactly

No. 255298

Does anyone know of a smooth eyeliner pencil? All the ones I've tried so far kind of tug on your eyelid, I can't seem to make a decent line with them. I used to use a semi transparent brown eyeliner so I'm used to it dragging across smoothly. Sadly they discontinued my favorite though, it was the Essence eyeliner pen. It sucked because it was very transparent but that's the reason I actually liked it. I don't like the harsh look of liquid liners so I've just been using eyeshadow to do my 'eyeliner' but it's kind of impractical and unhygienic to carry around an eyeshadow palette and brush considering I just throw them in my bag lol, I also can't get a good line on my inner corners and it makes my eyelashes look kind of powdery (I don't like to wear mascara, it really irritates my eyes, but I have to now because it looks asinine if I don't lol). Are there any eyeliner pencils and/or transparent eyeliner pens that are smooth enough that they just drag across your skin instead of tugging at it, making a wobbly line?

No. 255312

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>>255298
I use the 20 hour ultra precision gel eye pencil, it's really creamy and smudgeable

No. 255351

>>255298
Do you like…do your makeup on the bus or something? For a soft look eyeshadow and a brush or pencil and a brush is the best.

No. 255353

>>255312
Thanks nonna, I'll give them a try!

>>255351
I actually do lol, I have watery eyes so when I ride my bike all makeup smudges. I'm just used to just having an eyeliner/eyebrow pencil in my pocket (for touchups as well) and doing my makeup on the train or in the school/work bathroom.

No. 255357

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>>255353
ayrt, sorry for being judgy lol. Maybe in that case an eyebrow marker could work? Or a freckle pen with a finer tip? They're usually more transparent than actual liquid liners.

No. 255364

>>255357
Haha it's fine nona don't worry! And thanks, I think that might be it!

No. 255385

>>255292
I put it on before bed and I don’t notice any staining. I wash my pillow cases /change them out weekly which may help.

>>255296
Everything in moderation I guess? I’ve never noticed adverse effects and I’ve been using it for a couple years. I also scored in the “genetic lottery” for good skin with minimal effort. I am 33 and look younger than my friends who are of same age. Could be different on another person. Guess it all depends on your skin type and if it’s fragile or not.

No. 255458

Is there any way to make your forehead look bigger? I have a very small forehead and a high cranial top, to make things worse the back of my head is flat and it looks so weird. The only solution I've found so far are terf bangs kek but I don't want to keep them forever. Is there any way to make it look larger with makeup?

No. 255459

>>255458
Use a lighter shade of concealer to highlight the middle. Don't go crazy, just half a shade will be fine. And skip contour.

No. 255882

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I’m lightly obsessed with tinted lip balm. New phase of mine. Recommendations? No burts bees pls I don’t like their formula. My current two favorites.

No. 255899

>>255458
>I have a very small forehead and a high cranial top
i thought that was a good thing

No. 255972

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>>255882
I really like the Elf Cosmetics tinted balm, it's a very comfy formula and the color and finish is just right. One of the few products I actually take in my purse and can safely apply without a mirror lol

No. 255994

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ngl I've never really liked or tried makeup beyond a phase where I tried concealer using my mom's because I was an insecure 12 year old, but saw this on pinterest and I might consider trying it but idk about buying a bunch of makeup supplies just to try out a style

https://pin.it/6Nhc1MN

No. 256051

Any nonnies have any advice for doing eye makeup on older women? I want to do something nice for my mom since she's been wanting to try a new makeup look for a while, but I only know how to do my own makeup. Don't worry, I'm not trying to yassify my menopausal mother into an Instagram baddie or anything crazy - just want to learn more about basic makeup looks adapted for mature skin.

No. 256057

>>256051
Maybe vidrel is helpful?

No. 256063

>>256057
This was pretty helpful, thanks anonette! I was having trouble finding an appropriate primer/eyeshadow base for dry eyelids bc mine are oily af and that's all I know but it's a relief that just concealer seems to do the job.

No. 256143

>>255994
can't view the vid but for a basic grungy smokey eye all you need is a black pencil/shadow stick, black shadow, maybe like 1 blending brush and mascara. Catrice and Essence are two budget options with great quality.

No. 256493

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I'm losing my mind trying to find a new mascara online. I'm pretty sure my usual one (Collection Colour Lash Brown, which is super cheap and basic) is being discontinued so I'm trying to find a good replacement before my stash runs out, but to no avail.

Can anyone recommend a mascara that's separating and slightly lengthening, preferably brown/grey, and not cakey, flakey or spider-leggy? I'd like my lashes to look like picrel left (ik they're probably bad, shopped examples but i hope you can get the idea. i just want natural and clean looking lashes, flakey mascara is my pet hate. it conjures autistic levels of rage within me.)

I've been combing the internet for months trying to find something good, but for every recommendation I google reviews and examples and find so many pics that look like picrel right and it puts me off of buying the mascara. I don't understand why so many mascara reviewers' pictures end up looking like that, isn't it their job to know how to apply mascara properly? Are they all applying too much, or is the mascara just that shitty?? This endless, fruitless search is ruining my life. The two mascaras I have bought, innisfree microcara and benefit roller lash have looked bad and awful on me respectively (even after some tough intervention with a lash comb), so maybe I should have trusted the awful review pictures? Maybe all mascaras are just that terrible, apart from my shitty soon-to-be discontinued cheapo one? Am I the one who needs to learn how to use mascara?? Is flakey cakey mascara trendy and I'm totally missing out???

Please help me nonnas, I think this mascara search is starting to warp my grip on reality.

No. 256496

>>256493
I also hate clumpy/thick looking lashes and the best I've found are Glossier lash slick and Clinique high impact

No. 256497

>>256493
you need to clean your mascara wand before applying. you can get the cheapest mascara you can find, just wipe, apply super gently a couple of times and that's it. the images on the left barely have any mascara and it seems like some of them have extensions. the ones on the right piled on layers with a shit ton of product on the wand. wipe by pressing the wand against the lip of the bottle, so you don't waste product - even though google just said not to do that cause it will leave dry chunks. whatever works for me

No. 256498

>>256493
The clinique high impact one is nice, looks like the left.

Also wiping off some mascara on a towel first before applying, and only doing one or two layers while still wet, don't wait for it to dry before adding another layer.

No. 256507

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>>256493
Heroine Make Long & Curl, it's good shit

No. 256513

Stop wearing makeup, ya'll are beautiful

No. 256556

>>256513
Fuck off

No. 256562

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>>256493
This stuff. Comes in a few shades. Layers nicely without clumping imo.

No. 256565

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>>256493
You might like the Missha 3D mascara

No. 256569

What's a decent budget mascara for no more than €6ish I can get at the drugstore? I can't get my fav mascara for a while so I need something cheapo to use temporarily.

No. 256574

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>>256569
Maybelline Colossal is pretty good.

No. 256576

>>256569
>>256574

I actually hated Maybelline Coloss. I'd recommend any Essense mascara.

No. 256592

>>256507
This is so cute. Now I want to see more cute packaging.

No. 256593

>>256574
Thanks anon. The Maybelinne Colossal is €16 here tho which is more than I'm willing to spend
>>256576
Thanks! You mentioning Essence mascara reminded me of those Essence princess mascaras that used to be a budget favourite on the internet back in the mid 10's or so, I'll probably get that one.

No. 256594

>>256496
Seconding the Clinique High impact one

No. 256598

Has anyone seen "Not so pretty" on HBO max? The first episode about talc/asbestos is scaring me to death.

No. 256601

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>>256493
i use the covergirl flourish mascara (teal tube) in brown and it's pretty good for a cheapy mascara. it is kinda flakey but i have yet to use a mascara that doesn't flake. i also like the glossier one and >>256507.
>>256598
i haven't seen it but i do avoid talc, mainly because it irritates my skin, but also a little because of asbestos contamination anxiety. iirc it's kind of overblown though. there is a lot of scary shit in cosmetics. i'm guessing they also cover toluene in nails/benzene in hair stuff/sunscreen?

also i bought into the hype and bought picrel, has anyone else here used it? i don't really contour ever but i saw eve frsr use it and i really liked how it looked.

No. 256627

Is it save to revive most mascara with isopropyl alcohol? I rarely wear makeup to the point where the stuff I buy expires before I've even used a quarter of it but I don't want to throw it away because they're products that really work for me. I use Isehan's mascaras.

No. 256638

>>256627
I don't know about the iso alcohol but from what I always heard you shouldn't use a mascara longer than 3-4 months after first using it because of increased risk of eye infection.

No. 256644

>>256638
Yeah, that's what I read, I just can't bare to throw away this tube because it's mostly full; I have a second unopened one ready to go but they cost me £9 each and they're the only ones that work for me.

Forgot to specify I just want to know if IPA can soften older mascara if it's been a while and clumps somewhat, I'm not going to try and dump alcohol into a totally dry tube and use it thinking that it's totally safe in case anyone thinks that. I wouldn't put anything near my eyes in general but it's a risk I'm willing to balance.

No. 256662

>>256598
You should be more scared of PFAS and microplastics tbh

No. 256674

>>256627
I've only ever seen people revive mascara with eye drops. Rubbing alcohol sounds awful

No. 256743

>>256513
i dont use up a mascara in 3-4 months and i dont like wasting things

No. 256868

Any anons have good product recommendations for eyebrows? My brow hairs themselves are very thick, and always stick out and look pretty bad near my bridge no matter what I do. I've been using a powder/cream for filling them in and changing the tail shape for years but I feel like I can't get very creative with them and they always look bad. Does anyone have product suggestions that could help with the hairs sticking out, like a gel or something maybe? I'm not sure what to do. They always look so unruly even when they're trimmed or plucked.

No. 256890

>>256868
maybe try soap brows?

No. 257044

>>256674
Oh shit, I think I mixed up cleaning general makeup stuff with IPA and the use of eye drops in mascara. Thank you, anon, fr.

No. 257268

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Potted concealer recs that aren’t drying under your eyes?

No. 257320

>>257268
i love the glossier one

No. 257419

>>257268
Also love the Glossier one, it’s the only concealer I’ve tried that doesn’t crease and it also isn’t cakey at all on the rest of my face. Looks very natural but still decent coverage.

No. 257420

>>256627
Hey anon hope you can read this and didn't blind yourself with alcohol. Mascaras are either oil or water based. Check your ingredient list, usually water based ones are marketed as safe for lash extensions.
Water based mascara use eye drops, oil based use 1 drop of fresh castor oil (just check its clean and smells good).

No. 257424

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Does anyone know a good dupe or something similar to the Nyx Eye Brow powder(im not a fan of pomade)? I think they are discontinuing it or at least its not in stores around me anymore.

No. 257426

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Mascara for similar look? Think 60s. Also, is she wearing pencil liner or is that just mascara?

No. 257427

>>257426
I think she's wearing some pencil liner under her waterline

No. 257428

>>257424
Catrice and wet n wild do something similar but many, many brands have brow powders.

No. 257436

noob question

when applying foundation, do you:
-put it on your neck as well
-put it just below the jawline
-stop at the jawline and just try to blend very well

No. 257448

>>257426
She has liner on both the top and bottom lid. On the top, it's on the outer half. On the bottom, it's all the way but not in the tear ducts.

No. 257457

>>257426
Any shitty clumpy mascara will do. Look for volumizing formulas and pile on the layers. I think she has liner on the outer portion of her upper lid, but something soft and smudgy obviously. Maybe it's just black eyeshadow. I don't think she has liner on her lower lid though, you can get that effect just by applying mascara very close to the root. If you have sparse lashes you can try tight lining. Definitely do not put any liner on your actual waterline, just the lashline.

No. 257458

>>257436
Depends on how well it matches and what the coverage is like. Light coverage foundation in a good shade for your skin - option 3. Medium or high coverage in a good shade - option 2. Not so great match in low/medium/high coverage - option 1.

No. 257459

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Just bought this because my favorite powder is discontinued (rip catrice hd powder). There's no reviews so I'll report back on how it wears for eu nonnas.

No. 257463

>>257436
I do a medium coverage skin tint or w/e it’s called and a little concealer. I bring it under my chin, jawline and blend into my neck. I add a little dusting of bronzer under my chin so it doesn’t look so flat and one dimensional and my jaw doesn’t blend into my neck.

No. 257594

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Can't believe I spent years using powder, wax, pomade, pencils and brow mascara when I could have been tinting my brows!!!
If you have enough hair on your brows but it's just pale and you look like an alien barefaced, I'm telling you, brow tint is the way the truth and the light.
Takes me five minutes and lasts for weeks. Also makes it easier to groom and maintain your shape because rogue hairs grow in lighter than your tinted ones obviously. Come to the brow tint and be cleansed of all your sins nonas

No. 257624

idk if this fits but, i think i had an allergic reaction to an elf brush, anyone else??? i used it on one of my eyes and i noticed the next day it started to swell like crazy, almost shut. went away on its own but like, thats the ONLY thing new i put on my face. i thought synthetic brushes didnt cause that stuff

No. 257638

>>257624
Was it clean when you used it?

No. 257651

>>257638
i used it fresh out of the packaging as ive always done that with my brushes before, even the other elf ones i have. didn't consider it could still have chemicals and shit on it, def gonna start cleaning all new ones i get now, ty!

No. 257856

>>257457
> Definitely do not put any liner on your actual waterline, just the lashline.
Why? I did this a couple of times before and smudged it.

No. 257858

I like wearing mascara but boy is it exhausting to get it off. If I user a cleanser my lashes fall off and I can’t remove all the mascara on my lashes, and if I wash it off it gets in my eyes and stings a bit and STILL a lash or two falls. Is there any way to remove it that’s better?

No. 257913

>>257856
Because the girl in the pic doesn't have it. Aside from that it looks dated and generally doesn't suit that many people. It looks nice if you have big eyes and/or a deeper complexion.

No. 257914

>>257858
What cleanser are you using that can't take off mascara? Try an oil makeup remover.

No. 258011

>>257858
I might get shit for this, but I scrub mine off in the hot shower with body wash kek. All other methods are messy or irritate my eyes. I haven’t noticed any issues.

No. 258057

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Could anyone help a makeup noob out? How do I create this colour and shape for my own lips without filler? As in what product would be best and technique?

No. 258096

>>258057
buy a lip liner that is close to your natural lip colour and overline your lips. i really like the nyx suede matte line, they have a lot of nudey pink colours. once you overline your lips, fill them in a bit with the same lip liner. then go in with a tinted lip balm like the dior lip glow or something similar.

No. 258159

>>258057
overline the middle part of your lips at the top and bottom but not the sides. If you have a small mouth, you can extend the outer corner of your lips. you may also want to put a bit of concealer on the outside of the sides of your lips to make it look more pouty.

No. 258286

>>257858
use a cotton pad with an oil based cleanser and gently stroke it over your eyelashes. scrubbing makeup wipes etc over your eyes is really bad, causes redness and eventual wrinkling i’m p sure

No. 258909

I have a very pale, warm skin tone with brownish black hair and medium brown eyes. Black lipstick doesn't suit me because it's too cold toned, I tried dark purple but that also looked horrid. Any suggestions on what dark color to use instead of black?

No. 258910

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>>258909
Maybe burgundy? Andy go for a warm toned one

No. 258911

>>258910
And, not andy kek

No. 258912

>>258909
Warm brown? Take it with a pinch of salt because I'm not good at makeup but a friend with similar complexion looks pretty weariness brown or nude lipsticks.

No. 258916

>>258910
>>258912
Thanks nonna's, especially dark brown sounds like it would looks good and the red goes with a lot of my clothes lol, will give them both a try!

No. 258977

Anyone other Redhead Revolution mascara users find their mascara clumpy and not too buildable? It takes me 10 minutes of messing around to get any sort of length or volume, and it just feels like the product does more of a tint than anything.
I’ve been thinking about caving in and buying the Just for Redheads mascara since I’ve seen better results with it.

No. 259035

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>>258916
Personally, I love how teal and blue shades look on pale skin.

No. 259366

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I want to recreate this look but without the stark white foundation. I'm already the palest shade, anyone got a suggestion for a sheer white foundation, a white foundation to mix with my own or any other way to look paler?

>>259035
Ayrt, she has very similar coloration to me actually! If I come across such a shade I'll definetely try it out, thanks nonna!

No. 259393

>>259366
a lot of goths use manic panic.
mac pro stores have a white foundation and illamasqua might still have one if you're looking for something more upscale.
ben nye has a white too but that is very heavy stage makeup brand

No. 259411

>>259366
where is this screenshot from?

No. 259428

>>259366
Ayrt, glad you like it! NYX has a variety of weird shades including blues and teals, and they're pretty cheap. So if you end up feeling like it doesn't suit you, it's not a huge waste of money.
As for a white foundation, if you want something sheer why not buy a normal sheer foundation and a white mixer? I find that white foundations tend to be pretty heavy. If you go for a foundation I'm seconding Illamasqua. Pricy but it sits nice on the skin. Their complexion products are really worth the price imo.

No. 259433

>>259411
Ic3peak?

No. 259530

>>259411
Vidrel! They make lovely videos and music, highly recommended!

>>259428
Thank you nonna, I appreciate it! I' going out tomorrow anyway so I'll check 'em out, thanks again! I think I will buy some kind of white doundation and mix it with my ownn shade (perhaps water it down). I have a goth friend who porbably knows a cheap brand haha!

No. 259600

>>257594
Ah, a fellow believer. I always wipe the inside parts of my brows off after 5 minutes to get a nice gradient instead of a sharpie look, all i gotta do now is wear brow gel and I'm set with brows for goddamn weeks. I use a different brand though, but i love the process of mixing the little potion, therapeutic for sure.

No. 260294

I want to get back into wearing eyeliner but I was wondering, is there any "current" style of wearing eyeliner?

No. 260295

>>260294
Still just cateye

No. 260304

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>>260294
There's the fox eye. Alt zoomers do a lot of very straight, very thick liner. Colorful and graphic liner is popular. That's about it.

No. 260389

>>260294
There's cat, fox, and "puppy".

No. 261692

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are henna eyebrows worth it?
i recently tried tinting and it was nice for the first few days while there was still tint on my skin. afterwards you could see that my eyebrows are a bit sparse and it was ehhhh. i have seen henna mentioned as an alternative for more sparse eyebrows but i looked up examples of henna brows on google and some of these look straight up comical and over the top. is this just a matter of finding a good professional or are they just not a great idea in general?

No. 261722

>>261692
Just like with anything else, there's people who overdo it. You'll find lots of cartoonish examples because blocky instagram drag brows in general were all the rage a few years ago. Henna is great and henna brows can look amazing if done well.

No. 261798

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Had my brows laminated a few months ago and I really loved it. I tried to somewhat recreate it with soap but it looks like soap/gel/wax don't hold my brows up at all.

Any sugesstions what else I could try?

No. 261805

>>261798
Hair spray, hair gel or washable glue stick.

No. 261806

>>261692
>is this just a matter of finding a good professional
Yes. I had regularly been getting my brows tinted with an esthetician I trusted, she started offering henna after training for it and I greatly prefer it. Henna actually stains the skin underneath the brow hairs instead of only the hairs themselves, so as you say it fills in gaps more efficiently than tinting alone. Just look for someone with before/after shots you actually like.

No. 261810

>>261722
>>261806
NTA but I've always been curious about henna but couldn't find much info since it doesn't seem to be popular here and only a few salons offer it. I've been told unless you use black henna, it will start looking orange-y after a few weeks. How true is this? I have quite dark brown brows and the orange look would really not fit me at all.

No. 261816

>>261810
Hasn't been true in my experience, maybe it's to do with the quality of henna used? I have dark blonde hair and the henna my esthetician uses is darker than my natural color, but definitely not stark black. When it fades it literally just fades (more transparent version of the original brown), it doesn't change to an orange shade.

No. 261824

>>261810
The reason a lot of salons don't offer it and why people tend to discourage it especially for your hair is because it doesn't play nice with other chemical processes, so if you wanted to dye or perm your hair in the future you would need to grow all the henna-treated hair out. That makes it a big commitment. With eyebrows, you don't have that issue since they're short and will most likely have shed and regrown by the time you want to change them. I think henna for your brows would work out just fine if you're interested in it.

No. 261866

>>261798
clear mascara and hair spray (spray on the spoolie). Laminating only ever looked good for the first two weeks on me and I got tired of paying for it. This has worked fine for me.

No. 262059

Can anyone recommend me a beauty YouTuber that does simple makeup that a newbie could follow? I have no idea what I’m doing but I want to have some sort of routine that’s practical and light weight.

No. 262407

>>262059
I like Lisa Eldridge's videos, she's down to earth and nice to listen to.

No. 262481

can anyone recommend a nice light pink blush that's actually visible without looking over the top? i don't know how much sense it makes but what i mean is i tested a bunch of blushes that only give you a subtle glow and don't show up in photos at all and then others that make you look like a sunburn victim. going for a "dollish" look if that helps any.

No. 262492

>>262481
I think this depends on your application tbh. If the blush colors you tried out were similar to your skin tone, you do need to be a bit heavy handed to get it to show up, especially in photos. You could also try dabbing a bit of your favorite light pink lipstick on your finger and applying it to your cheeks. Since lipstick is more concentrated, you only need a small amount to see the color. I’ve been doing this for a while since I rarely wear a full face anymore, but still sometimes want blush for a big event. (Sounds dumb but it really works, vid related).

No. 262499

>>262481
Glossier cloud paint! I was skeptical at first bc I’m not into the whole “it’s makeup for people who don’t need makeup” shtick but my friend gave me a tube of the “Puff” shade and I’m sold. It’s kind of pricey but very worth it as someone who also suffers from a chronic case of the sunburn look.

No. 262500

>>262492
don't use lipstick on your face, it makes most people break out.

No. 262542

>>262492
>>262499
thanks, nonnies. i ended up asking since i've already been going pretty heavy handed with the blushes i tried and it was still looking like one of the two extremes i mentioned. and sadly i can't find anywhere in my country that sells glossier products but i'll look into some dupes maybe.

No. 262548

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Pic for eyebleach. Do not open catalogue nonnas

>>262542
I use maybelline cheek heat and 3ce liquid blusher as dupes if that helps

No. 262551

>>262548
That's just how it is with cameras, they're bad at picking up subtle makeup. I'm sure your blush looks lovely irl, but for video/images you have to really pack it on. Why do you think most beauty gurus are caked in makeup?

No. 262755

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Is there a difference between these two?

No. 262765

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No. 262800

since we're talking about blush…
my face is round and chubby yet with prominent cheekbones. should i still follow the blush guidelines for round faces or how should i apply it?

No. 263262

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I got lash extensions. Oh my god I love them. I got the natural look. Isn't natural at all and at first I felt like a drag queen and everyone looking at me. But now I got used to them and looks so nice. I get a lot of compliments for them too.

No. 263283

Can anyone rec me a good drugstore lipliner that is creamy and is not like a hard pencil?

No. 263496

do you put primer before or after mineral sunscreen? I do sunscreen 1st, wait a bit and put on the primer, but I still feel like I might be removing sunscreen?

No. 263508

>>262800
Curtain bangs. Simple as.

No. 263753

Anons I know this is stupid as fuck but what eyeshadow and lip colors look good on warm toned but extremely pale skin? (I have severe vitamin D deficiency, the lightest color of middle tier brands are usually too dark for me.) I am super yellow so I can't pull off the dark red vampire shit. I wear only graphic bright blue and green eyeshadow now because it looks okay with my complexion on nights out. For everyday just brown eyeliner pencil on my top lids though (and thin eyebrows). I don't mind 'crazy' looking suggestions as long as they don't require much skin makeup like foundation or concealer (I live in a humid area so it just melts off the second I go outside, plus I hate the way it feels). I'm a NEET and go out with friends like twice a week and to the library often, I have no shame anymore kek I just want to look cool and not let myself go completely whilst I'm in neetdom (starting a job soon, and a higher education in a few months!). Color suggestions? I love bright colors but they make me look so pale, doesn't go with my style and I don't like it. Also is drawing on your forehead for everyday too much? I don't mind being stared at but don't want to look like a complete autist lol, it's usually a heart in the middle with some swoopy things on the side and a bit of corresponding eye makeup, not too much face makeup or lipstick. As far as face painting it's somewhat subtle kek (still out there obviously, but I don't mind it).

No. 264007

>>263283
I like revlon color stay, elf & Maybelline.

No. 264012

File: 1652592512116.png (2.09 MB, 2048x926, eyeshadow.png)

>>263753
So, I think autumn colours or exploring duo chromes might be a good option for you. I've attached a pic with:
Violet Voss: Wild Dahlia
Urban Decay: Naked Cyber (expensive but the duo chromes are nice for beginners and Sephora have them instore so you can have a play)
ColorPop: it's a mood shadow palette (Lot's of color & metallics in deeper tones)
Pat McGrath: Celestial Odyssey Collection for Holiday 2021 (Some places have this on clearance, but otherwise they do a special release every year)

No. 264020

>>263496
If you're using mineral sunscreen you should just find one that doubles as a primer, many of them can!

No. 264039

>>264012
Naked Cyber is trash, I understand it's an easy way to get into duochromes but please anon do not buy it. The quality is awful. I'd reccomend Sydney Grace cosmetics, Clionadh or Terra Moons if you are interested in those kinds of colors. And if you want to stick to the mainstream then Natasha Denona if you have $$$, MAC or Colorpop.

No. 264052

Every time I use organic makeup it doesn't stay on my skin as long and its very light so I usually have to add more. What organic brands do you use nonnies I need some suggestions

No. 265012

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What’s a similarly colored lipstick like picrel? Rose brownish?

No. 265043

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Anyone have a recommendation for a lipstick similar to the one gillian anderson wore in x-files?
Digging around i found that it was either Mac Shhh (discontinued) or Toast of New york from revlon (not available in my country), i've been looking and trying different shades but none quite match the beautiful rusty orange-red tones.

No. 265052

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>>265012
Definitely leaning more brown with a subtle red. I see this color more commonly with pencils than actual lipsticks, but Lawless' Satin Luxe Classic Cream Lipstick in Saddle is pretty close.

No. 265058

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>>265043
Maybe L'Oreal Paris Colour Riche in Cinnamon Toast?

No. 265473

this feels like an absolutely retarded question but how do you make sure your blush is even? i dot it around on both sides first, try to keep it symmetrical and then blend it out but it still feels like it looks better on one side. am i just dumb? also any blush application techniques you'd recommend in general?

No. 265475

>>265473
Do one side how you like it first, then slowly build up the other side till it matches, don't try and estimate dividing it equally on both sides, just build one side up till it matches the other side.

No. 265492

>>265475
I switched from applying with a brush to a puff. I pat it on one cheek, then the other and then build it up/change the shape as i go along.

If i find its uneven, i will take a brush and some sebum powder and brush over it to fade it out.
Blush fades quite quickly as the day goes on, so don't worry too much about it seeming uneven!

No. 265494

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I use these Korean foundation cushions. I used the one in the image moonshot glassy fit cushion and it gave me really nice results. I switched to a misha cushion because it was cheaper and doesn't look too oily. I can't seem to order them anymore because they're so expensive.

Does anyone have any good substitutes for these light, natural foundations? Both give a light, dewey look.

No. 265513

Can anyone recommend a shitty eyebrow pencil? As in badly pigmented. All the ones I've tried give such a harsh look even when I'm not putting on much pressure. I like the look of eyeshadow best on my eyebrows but I have very thin eyebrows (shaved for the most part) and can't find a thin enough brush to put on pencil thin brows. Recommendations for a sturdy/thin angled brush are welcome too!

No. 265517

>>265513
Try applying the harsh and pigmented stuff on your hand first and then using a brush to apply it. This will give you more control

No. 265541

>>265513
ESSENCE Tiny Tip Precise Brow Pen
KOSAS Brow pop pencil (very firm tip)
NYX Micro brow pencil
ELF Ultra precise eyebrow pencil

No. 265661

>>170544 what are the makeup basics that you would recomend to a 20yr butchy/tomboyish girl? I want to start doing makeup because i'm seaching for jobs and makeup gives you a "serious, put together adult" vibre. I'm already mistaken for a teenager quite often so maybe makeup would help me. Nothing too fancy, i don't think i'm going to start to wear makeup everywhere or wearing crazy colors any time soon, also i don't have a job to buy 20+ specific products at once, the simpler/most practical the better. Please help me nonnies i'm clueless.

No. 265666

>>265661
Skip bronzer it makes you look dirty. Basic neutral eye pallet with creams, brown and a black. Use the cream on the middle black near the lash line like a liner or a dark brown. Nice and smoky and subtle. Little mascara on your lashes. You can use a tiny bit of concealer if you need it to even out skin tone but unless you really need it I’d just skip it. Tinted lip balm or a basic gloss. Go for a blush based on your skin tone. Brow gel or if you want to be hella lazy just get a box of Just for Men and dye your brows in. It last for like two weeks.

No. 265686

>>265661
All you need is mascara and maybe a pencil to fill in the eyebrows. If you have uneven skin you could think about using a little concealer but finding a colour that works for you probably takes some trial and error so I honestly don't recommend it for someone who doesn't genuinely like makeup. Don't bother with eyeshadow either, it requires you to buy brushes, it has a learning curve and it is not all neccersary in a professional environment: the vast majority of working women do not wear eyeshadow. You could buy a tinted lipbalm or lipgloss for your lips if you want.

No. 265709

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Does anyone know a good solid dupe for this Dior blush? preferably identical

No. 265897

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>>264039
Speaking of Colorpop, I was looking at the Acai You Baby pallette in Ulta and two of the shades are "not for use in immediate eye area." See picrel. Retarded.

No. 265898

>>265709
A name would be helpful noni

No. 265908

>>265898
Dior backstage rosy glow blush shade pink

No. 265918

>>264039
>if you have $$$, MAC or Colorpop
Isn't Colourpop pretty affordable?

No. 265934

>>265012
nta but any blush reccs for this colour that she has on?

No. 266078

>>265918
Ayrt, that was refering to natasha denona, sorry im an eslchan

No. 266080

>>265897
I think that's just america being retarded. If they're marked as pigments it just means they might stain your eyes, and FDA considers that unsafe. Other countries don't consider them unsafe to use on eyes. Unless it's glitter, but I don't think FDA has regulations for that.

No. 266474

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Does anyone have any recs for a mascara that comes out of the tube with very little product on the brush? I'm tired of wasting mascara because I have to wipe 90% of it off the spoolie in order to not get spider lashes. I'm going for a very natural look. Thanks nonnies!

No. 266500

any help on contouring my nose, I have a nose bump and I'm trying to make it look softer. also, any good contour product recs?

No. 266528

>>266474
why do you wipe it off? you could clean the spoolie with the edges of the tube so you don't lose product

No. 266548

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Any tips on how to get the 1920s sad girl brows?

No. 266551

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>>266548
If it's something you want all the time it would be easiest if you half shaved your brows like some of the more extreme beauty gurus do, then it would just be a matter of drawing on the sloping ends. Otherwise you'll have to do the whole glue/concealer/powder routine to hide them before reshaping.

No. 266553

>>266548
my sister and i have this shape naturally kind of and trust me it is not flattering. especially if you're white and have thin lips, you will look like chris chan

No. 266555

>>266553
Maybe she's not particularly interested in whether it's flattering or not and just enjoys the style. Let her live.

No. 266561

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>>266551
Thanks anon, that's what I was worried the only method would be. I'll have a go with the glue routine to see if it looks alright first. my worry there is that you have to do your makeup well everyday whereas sometimes I'm lazy and just use light foundation and lipstick and a little mascara.
>>266553
I'm mostly white but am quite lucky to have good lips. I've seen it on quite a few white women from the 1920s like Anita Loos here, but I always wondered if (both here and in general) the makeup looked any good in real life or whether the quality of photographs back then made people look better.

No. 266621

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Can anybody recommend an eyebrow pencil as good as the Shein one? I've tried all kinds of eyebrow products of different price ranges for so many years and NOTHING has ever came close to this. I know it's radioactive makeup unethically made by orphans in a sweatshop and I really do not want to repurchase it for moral reasons.

No. 266624

>>266621
i just use eyeliner.

No. 266629

>>265934
>>265012
Nyx suede matte lip liner in 04 softspoken is kind of similar

No. 266631

>>265934
>>266629
Samefag, misread you post sorry. As for blush you could try the romand see through melting cheek in 02 melting coral.It's a nice formula. Or the body shop powder blush in macaroon.

No. 266683

>>259035
This is such a beautiful look. I love that lipstick color

No. 267344

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I’ve been itching to get one of these, the only time I tried a glossy long stay lip was ages ago maybe in 2013 when it was some sticky gunk topped with some balm that smelled putrid. I’ve used a lot of long stay matte ones but does anynonny have experience with these?

No. 267447

I really like how lipstick, especially dark colours look on other people, but whenever I try put it on myself I look like a clown, or a child who got into their mother's purse. How do you figure out if you just don't suit lipstick or is this simply a feeling that goes away over time/you get used to?

No. 267452

>>267447
You can try muted colors and colors that match the undertone of your skin. And if you think you look like a clown try gently underlining the edges of your lips and line the center of your lips normally

No. 267455

>>267452
Thank you nona! I just had a go and was a lot more careful and precise on the corners of my mouth. I'm quite happy with the result.

No. 267521

This is tangential to makeup but I pluck my eyebrows to shape them because they're just too sparse to shave or wax. But I'm kind of a baby about pain and I always dread doing it. Lately I've thought about trying one of those numbing gels or creams they sell over the counter… has anyone done this? Is it a really bad idea? Or is there another way to mitigate the pain?

No. 267567

>>267521
Try icing

No. 267668

>>267447
Part of it is just getting used to dark lipstick on yourself but another is finding colors and undertones that work for your skintone and undertone and balancing the bold lip with other makeup. I think a really polished look is a bold lip with simple base makeup, blush, mascara and defined brows. For example, lightweight foundation and concealer to even out the skin tone, blush to add color and dimension to your face, mascara and maybe some tight lining to define the eyes and some kind of brow product to define the brows and frame the face. You can also try underlining as the other anon mentioned or blending the edges of the lipstick with a q-tip so it's not a harsh, defined line. Lisa Eldridge has a few videos on how to wear bold or dark lip colors and make them flattering.

No. 267669

>>267344
I'm very interested in this too, it seems amazing from online videos. I saw a maybelline rep/product dev person on insta show how they're completely transfer proof, but that seems too good to be true. I tried something similar in the past from Bourjois and it also had an awful smell but left behind a nice stain. But if you want a truly amazing long lasting lip gloss I'd recommend Lancome. Pricy as fuck but the formula wears well, doesn't smell weird and looks beautiful on the lips.

No. 267672

>>267447
I'm the polar opposite, I look really good with dark colored lipstick but in red I think I look clownish kek. I also have some unique colored lipsticks. I'm currently looking for a yellow one, does any anon know if there are some actually good strong staying yellow lipsticks out there?

No. 267740

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I bought some Korean makeup products this week and I really like the Romand tint in picrel (Bare Grape). It's a perfect MLBB shade and it smells lovely, I will probably buy another shade in the same line. I also got a cushion from the brand Moonshot. I was worried about the shade but it's a perfect match. However, I am so disappointed with the finish. I thought cushions looked more natural than foundation but it looks terrible on my skin; patchy, flaky, cakey. Maybe I'm doing something wrong with the way I apply it?

No. 267997

>>267740
Cushions come in a variety of different formulas. They are just like normal foundation, but easily portable.

No. 268023

>>267997
You're right, I don't know why I expected it to be more like a BB cream in consistency. But I physically exfoliated my skin yesterday and went a bit more light-handed on the application today and it looked a lot better! I think it also helps to apply it right after your skincare while your face is still a bit moist. I find that the cushion applicator does make it look more natural than regular foundation.

No. 268258

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i recently found this chinese makeup brand "flower knows", i have fell in love with their packaging. i have been thinking of buying a new blush and this looks so beautiful. has anyone heard of them or perhaps used their products here?

No. 268262

>>268258
I wouldn't buy Chinese makeup. Even if it's not makeup straight off aliexpress, they still don't have good regulations there.

No. 268310

>>268262
That's bullshit racism anon, China has normal, regulated brands just like the west. Get the blush anon, it's a very well known brand with good reviews.

No. 268316

>>268310
Facts about their laws isn't racism twittard. It's like saying I'm racist towards Americans for saying American regulations around medicine are more lax than EU regulations, which is also an objective truth.

No. 268323

>>268310
KEK, just like when the “well-regulated,” state-owned Sanlu Group was willing to poison babies by adulterating their baby formula with melamine. Chinese products are only trustworthy when they’re regulated by countries besides China.

No. 268330

>>268310
Can we report the racism?
>>268258
Been to China 4 times and they sell perfectly fine makeup and skin care. I would still look at certain ingredients in case you have sensitive skin like me however.

No. 270883

Anons, I really want to shave off the tails of my eyebrows so I can redraw them higher. I already tried what it looks like by using concealer to hide the tails and I love it but I can't redraw the tail without it looking dumb.

The eyebrow hairs are incredibly thin so it's almost impossible to draw individual hairs. Any product tips? Or is it okay that you can tell it's drawn on?

No. 271497

>>270883
It's not impossible to draw on individual hairs, just expensive and time consuming. You need a precise brush and a good quality pomade or brow powder. ABH is a good choice.

No. 271499

>>270883
This tutorial is a bit more involved but she has little hair to start with so it might be more helpful.

No. 271806

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any recommendations on how to make makeup more fun? think euphoria makeup lol

No. 271886

>>271806
omg anon, I was just coming here to ask what fun eye makeup looks people were doing for summer. I have also been inspired by Euphoria-style makeup, I'm at the end of season 1. I know the really crazy looks are best only for parties or the right company, don't worry.

I ordered some tiny nail art charms and might experiment with those (applied with lash glue). I also got some new liquid liners - a deep navy blue and an emerald green. Once everything arrives I'll experiment some night.

What primer are you guys using on eyelids these days? I need to pick one out.

No. 271895

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>>271886
I'm looking for eye primers too. I have very oily lids and the only thing to have ever worked for me was picrel, a very water-like primer by Revolution which has been discontinued now. Can't find anything similar to it that's available where I live.

Do any nonas use the Urban Decay primer potion, and is it worth the cost?

No. 272007

>>271895
Skip UD, get Wet n Wild. It's my go to when I really need my makeup to last. Got me through a festival in the middle of summer, I looked like shit but my shadow was still on 15 hours later.

No. 272043

>>271895
hey it's the ayrt. Do you know why some people have oily lids? I have oily/combo skin but it's you know, manageable. Why do i have these oil slick eyelids?!

No. 272284

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>>272007
Thanks nona, is picrel the one you have in mind? Wet and wild is weirdly expensive here (europe) isn't it a cheapo brand in the US? Might just buy it anyways.
>>272043
Nonnie I wish I knew. Things online just mention humidity, hormonal changes etc. but my face and eyelids are consistently greasy no matter what I do. Any eyeshadow I put on is destroyed within an hour.

No. 272577

>>272284
Samefagging to return and thank you >>272007 dearly, I've bought and tested this primer and it's amazing. It kept my lids dry all day. I can finally wear eyeshadow!! Fellow oily nonnie >>272043 try it too if you can!
I'm so happy!

No. 272950

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>>267344
Here again to tell you I got red hot today on sale(!) and I love it so much, it looks and feels so good and no transfer even through drinking and eating! mask friendly too, I am so happy!

No. 272957

>>272284
What is expensive? Wet n wild was cheap on the level of Essence and Miss Sporty when it was sold here, I'm also in Europe. I haven't seen it in many years though so maybe it's become more expensive since.

No. 272980

>>272957
It was about $8.50, not sure how it compares to other places but it's a bit pricy for me. Worth every penny, however!

No. 273048

>>272577
yay, I'm gonna get it on Monday!

No. 273160

File: 1656803828404.jpg (17.51 KB, 400x400, rel.jpg)

Tips/tutorials on natural makeup that makes the eyes appear bigger/more opened? I feel like the makeup I do now only hurts me in that aspect and does the complete opposite.
Also, can I somehow make my face more look more friendly?.. I feel like this is a weird thing to ask, but I look unhappy or angry all the time. I think the eyes makeup could help, but I don't know what else.

No. 273175

>>273160
I feel you on the resting bitch face issue but there's not much you can do aside from forcing a more-relaxed face on all the time. As for makeup, I think in general lining your waterline with a nude liner, blending out a shadow right underneath your outer corner, and focusing mascara application at the ends of the eyes are ways to subtly make them bigger. Learning your eye shape type is u