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I need your advice please

Discussion in 'Fitness, Health & Nutrition' started by glossylips9084, Oct 14, 2006.

  1. glossylips9084

    glossylips9084 Member

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    Does anyone know what make-up colors look good with brown eyes?
    Also, what happens if some make-up makes me break out in little dry spots?
    As you can tell, I do not wear much make-up just because I don't know how to put it on, or that it makes me break up. I would like to know somethings so I could experiment a little.
     
  2. Tsarina

    Tsarina Most Holy Theotokos save us!

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    You probably have sensitive skin if your skin breaks out with most products. Do these products have talic in them? That ingredient can dry out areas on the face and cause them to break out.

    With brown eyes a lot of shades look beautiful! The best are golden and brown colors. Dark plum colors and deep pink colors also look awesome on brown eyes.

    I hope this helps. Do let me know. :)

    Good Luck!
     
  3. glossylips9084

    glossylips9084 Member

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    Great, thanks so much! I really do appreciate it... :)
     
  4. Tsarina

    Tsarina Most Holy Theotokos save us!

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    Good luck.

    Experiement and try new things to see how it looks on you.
     
  5. AmericanGirl

    AmericanGirl I love the US Army

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    I have super sensitive skin, as does my mother; Most makeup makes my skin breakout! The one brand that I can use with no problem is Mary Kay. It's a great brand :) And it goes on perfectly without leaving that pasted "hey, I'm wearing foundation!" look. It smooth and looks like you have naturally beautiful skin when it's on.
     
  6. erockybalboa

    erockybalboa New Member

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    Okay, usually skin tones you either have pink undertones, olive undertones, or yellow undertones. Um, she's got a lot of pink under her skin. The more, okay you can neutralize pink and red with kind of yellow powder. I actually have yellow powder that neutralizes pink. So if she wants a little bit less rosy look she can just put a little bit of yellow powder over it which will kind of neutralize the red. They also have green powder which will do the same thing. And if you have more olive skin, a little bit darker, the best colors to go with are the golds and corals. Kind of go with the coral blush, coral color lipstick. Hair color is also important. Like her she has blonde and brown streaks, she is going to really want to play up the blonde in her hair by using golds. Golds save color on everybody, don't use gold if you have really fair skin and then you want to go with the beige. If you have really pink undertones like hers, stay away from the oranges. Don't use melon don't use coral. Stick to pink and kind of brownish pink. I would use a brownish pink on her. If you have more olive in your skin, melon, coral the oranges look really pretty. The orange color not the oranges. If you have more olive complexion, darker tan I would use probably your melons your orange colors. If, hmm, see she has so much pink in her skin it's kind of fun to kind of play up the pink around her cheeks. It's really really easy and it looks natural. A good trick for running the right color blush for you is your pinch your cheek and let the blood rush to your cheek and when you let go whatever color you turn that's what color blush you need. See, hers turned kind of a really light light pink, a dust pink, which means this dust pink is probably the best pick for her. You want to keep it as natural as possible. Just try to keep your natural color going. Yeah, see that's much more pink than that.
    beauty.expertvillage.com/videos/choosing-makeup-colors.htm
     
  7. PriyaRoshni

    PriyaRoshni Non curo. Si metrum non habet, non est poema.

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    Another thing to consider is how clean your makeup brushes are. I found that I would be using a particular blush, everything would be fine, than all of a sudden I would have a bad breakout on my cheeks. Since then, I have made sure I clean my makeup brushes well, and it really cuts down on those breakouts.
     
  8. Tsarina

    Tsarina Most Holy Theotokos save us!

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    I've the video of this lady that you have quoted. She really doesn't know what she's doing.

    Look her up in youtube, and read the comments, it's pretty funny!
     
  9. gracefaith

    gracefaith Faith...Hope...Love

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    Sound like you would be a good candidate for the new Almay eyecolor line. Almay is designed for super sensitive skin and the eyecolor products are designed for specific color eyes. For brown eyes, they have a dark purple liner, pearl, brown and lavender shadow and (I think) some sort of dark purple mascara. I just wear the shadow myself. Colors are great. No allergic reaction.
     
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