Lightweight yet high in coverage, this waterbased liquid airbrush foundation creates the look of a flawless complexion with a minimum of product. OCC Skin is 100% Oil-Free for a modern, natural matte finish that's never dry or flat-looking. Incredibly water resistant, sweat and tearproof. Stands up to the challenges presented by Hi-Definition Television and other digital media. Moveable and blendable for on-set touch-ups. Superior consistency and flow-through makes clogging a concern of the past.
Pale, dry skin becomes enlivened with this light moisturizer. Extracts of anthyllis, witch hazel and calendula combine with nurturing oils to stimulate natural oil production and regulate moisture balance.
A light moisturizer which regulates and balances the moisture content of the skin
Provides light protection
Refreshes and enlivens skin with a light citrus scent
Used as directed, 1 oz. Moisturizing Day Cream lasts approximately 3 months; 3.4 oz. lasts approximately 10 months
Add focus to your face. Give sparse brows plenty of pow. Create art-ful arches in just a sweep. Origins tinted brow groomer makes brows look naturally fuller and thicker in just a sweep. Separates, defines and keeps unruly brows in their place all day.
I have been using this body lotion for over a year and love it. I have very dry skin and it seems to last all day as opposed to other lotions that tend to disappear mid day. The little bit of color gives legs a great look.
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I have used this product for several years and I love it. My eyebrows are almost completely white and Just browsing gives them the appropriate amour of color to cover the white but without looking gloppy. It also make my eyebrows look thinker and totally natural..
First, I love that Magix can be used for all skin tones - women with deep skin tones often find it hard to find quality products. The beauty of Magix is that you can layer it under foundation or use it alone. Great for smoothing the look of pores, reducing lines, etc. Contact Ebony at [email protected] if you need help finding it.
I have been using this foundation for years. Tried others, but always came back to Bio Fond. Absolutely flawless coverage and looks completely natural. So many colors to choose from, it is easy to find a match.
MAC paints are fantastic! I wish they still made the plethora of colors they used to! Now it seems most of what they have are neutral/skin tone shades. These are fantastic bases (I still use something like Lorac Behind the Scenes Primer underneath to prevent creasing). They help your shadows show true to color and last all day. They're also great to apply shadow over because they dry to a semi powdery finish and make blending a dream!
I currently own 6 of these: I went through a phase where I only used cream blushes (that seems to happen every winter). I purchased my first one (Lillium) on sale about 1.5 years ago for $15 and it was love at first use. I have since used that one in its entirety and am over half done with the second. That really says a lot to me about a blush, especially since I own 30+ blushes. To completely use one must mean I really love it!!
MAC blushes are probably my all time favorite powder blushes. I currently own 21 of them and love each and every one equally. The Sheertone & Sheertone Shimmer are probably by far the best in my book: they go on smooth, have great color payoff, no patchiness, etc. etc.
The Matte blushes are my least favorite: I find on my dryer skin that they apply extremely patchy and fade very quick.
Her look is pretty close to how I wore my own makeup back then. It's lovely to this day. I'm glad it was made in 96-97. Had it been made some time in the 00's, Rose would not be wearing a brown based lipstick. It was a bold move for any woman to wear that much makeup for a period film. Now they wear barely anything, and the goal is to look simply natural.
I'd love to see the makeup for all the other clones as well. Krystal is so overly done, Cosima has a 'no makeup, makeup' kind of thing going on. Beth, pre suicide had a very professional look, not as severe as Rachel.
Still soooo in love with this look!! As the others said, I really wish they can find the make up breakdown of New Moon. She had the most flawless make up ever!
I had a movie marathon of twilight this weekend and was so impressed by her make up in every movie. Thank you for having this make up break downs of the beautiful Kristen!
While this particular beauty breakdown is helpful, it lacks critical information (such as the description of the colors of the products used). For example, the eyeliner is listed as "Creativity"...what color is Creativity? Is it blue, black, dark brown? I assume it's a shade of blue, but I wanted to use it as an example of important information that was left out of the breakdown. Hopefully someone will edit the breakdown to include a color description to accompany each product named. :)
Thanks for your comment! Please keep in mind that make-up colors often display differently in photos and on screen, and that affects how the make-up looks. We received this information directly from the make-up artist, who didn't supply any further details.
-Cori S., online editor for makeup411.com
Thanks for your reply! The make-up listed in this breakdown was the make-up used in the scene that the still image comes from—she wore different looks throughout the movie.
-Cori S., online editor for makeup411.com
I am very thankful for this Review too.
BUT :-), oh so many Girls outside are searching for Elena Gilberts normal allday-look with the golden eyeshadow, the small dark line under her lower lash line and the faboulos, but not very intensive light-red lip colour... I really think it is definitely not the same like in this Review, which has a Special look for the "Mikaelson Ball".
Please! Please! Couldn't you give Elena Gilbert another try in her normal daily look in Season one? So many of us are searching for the products. I do for many years now and found only a few of them in interviews, like Koh Gen Do Foundation.
We all out there, especially in Germany, will be so grateful for another review! Thanx a lot!
The shadow under the lower lash line looks bluish/purple to me not like Knight Divine. Must be other shadows in this look. Also-this one just has a list of makeup, not how it was done-like you did for Lana Parrilla as Evil Queen in Once Upon a Time.