• Luscious Cosmetics Review and Try On

    4 days ago - By My Beauty Bunny

    Cruelty Free Makeup Look and Review of Luscious Cosmetics
    Luscious Cosmetics is a cruelty free and vegan makeup brand. The founder, Mehr, wanted to create a line of cosmetics that could withstand the heat and humidity of the South Asian climate she grew up in, as well as compliment a range of skin tones. The Luscious Cosmetics product development team now spans 3 continents and 12 ethnicities. The line features bold shades and waterproof or smudge-proof formulas. I got a chance to test drive some of these products recently. Here are my thoughts and lots of swatches for you!
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  • Makeup How-To: Commes Des Garçons Play Heart

    Makeup How-To: Commes Des Garçons Play Heart

    5 days ago - By Allure

    Makeup artist Yuui Vision creates a cute heart-centric makeup look with the Commes Des Garçons logo.
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  • Snapchat filters and makeup made me forget what my real face looked like

    Snapchat filters and makeup made me forget what my real face looked like

    5 days ago - By Metro

    Time to kick the filter habit
    I've decided that 2018 is the year I decide to wear less makeup and cut down on Snapchat filters.
    By that I don't mean that instead of seven layers of foundation I'll wear five.
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    I mean there are some days I will just not wear any makeup at all and I will resist the urge to filter every picture and video on Snapchat.
    It's all because one day I had no... Read the full story
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  • This makeup artist uses real bugs to create her looks and we're freaking out

    This makeup artist uses real bugs to create her looks and we're freaking out

    5 days ago - By Metro

    There are bold make up looks... then there are looks that incorporate real life bugs on your face.
    American artist Jasmine Ahumada's looks are like an an artsy Bushtucker trial for your face. By which we mean makeup including spiders, meal worms, millipedes, bees and even a scorpion.
    The designs show off Jasmine's creative chops as she draws intricate patterns around the dead bugs, usually perched on her eyebrow or on the corner of her eye.
    She told Metro.co.uk the nature theme comes as part of her personal project to extend her creativity.
    Though it... Read the full story
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