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>Tutorials Edition

Are there usually a bunch of links and shit in the OP like the skincare threads? I can't recall.

What kind of makeup would you recommend for dark mori? I want to go fairly goth-y with it but I'm not sure if that's just my inner Hot Topic kid trying to escape or it's actually appropriate.

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>> No.8904189

This tutorial thpugh
>what is blending
>what is drawing a straight line

For mori people usually go for neutrals, so darker neutrals and natural shades like forest green, ash, dark brown etc might be good. Maybe using a cooler neutral for the lips like some cold pink tones ?

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>> No.8904198

What kind of eyeliner do you gulls perfer?

I prefer the gel kind you apply with a brush, but to be honest I've never tried anything else.
Can you get similar results with pencils and whatever else there is?

>> No.8904202

i liked using liquid eyeliner but i lost a lot of my upper lashes because of it. this is back when i just started using make-up so it was my own fault.
i like pen eyeliner, but it's harder to get that perfect wing with eyeliner pens than with the liquid eyeliner.
i avoid pencil eyeliner because it smudges off too easily and doesn't come out sharp enough.

>> No.8904211

I prefer pen eyeliner as my hands shake and it's easier to apply.

I've never managed wings though. And it breaks my heart.

>> No.8904216

For once, the "droopy" eye doesn't look too bad, though a little bit of blending with eye shadow wouldn't hurt.

>> No.8904226

I use liquid for daily wear because it's easier to tightline but gel with the appropriate brush gives the best cat eye imo. Any recs on a mid-priced gel liner ?

>> No.8904229

I can never get bottom lashes placed right, how the hell do you get them angled correctly? My bottom lashes are really long so tucking the falsies close to them is awkward.

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try the tape method it's what I use with my pen eyeliner just make sure to remove some of the stickyness first

>> No.8904262

holy shit this changes e v e r y t h i n g

>> No.8904266

If your bottom lashes are that long, maybe you should use mascara?

>> No.8904357

FUCK ME ANON im so mad i never thought to do this.

>20mins in the mirror trying to make symmetrical lovely wings
>could have been avoided

>> No.8904386

but taping your face causes wrinkles/stretches the skin out right? I've seen this tip so many times but I'm too pussy to try

>> No.8904397

This is why you have to remove the stickyness..

>> No.8904408

Me too! I gave up on wearing them and just use a bunch of mascara and maybe some eyeliner. My lashes are too thick and long, so bottom lashes look weird.

>> No.8904414

I use Stila's pen liner. It has a bit of a learning curve if you're used to liquid or gel. It's easier to put on imo and that particular brand stays all day.

Also, does the redish-pink shadow style like >>8904184 and >>8904186 actually look good outside of tutorials like that? I want to try but I spend so much time correcting redness that it feels counter-intuitive to put more back on my face.

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God dammit Too Faced, I just bought Bon Bons......

This looks like the perfect summer palette, what do you gulls think?

>> No.8904456


I wish there were more peach, pink and orange shades. I get that they picked the darker shades for versatility, but they don't look great. Still gonna buy it though.

>> No.8904466

The real question is, does it smell like peach

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...it actually does, that's cool.

>> No.8904500

God I want it. I need to maintain some self control but it's hard when it's Too Faced. Everything they make is so fun and cute. I use my chocolate bar palette almost every day just because it puts me in such a good mood.

>> No.8904506

Oh my god I want this palette just because I like how Too Faced palettes smell. Is that weird?

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Does anyone here have some makeup tutorials or inspo for makeup that'd suit lolitas with glasses? I've looked online but I can only seem to find very bold eye makeup and the usual tip is to slide the glasses down your nose so you can apply the makeup but that doesn't seem to work for me. My number is pretty high so I really can't see well enough to apply makeup without my glasses on and don't have the option for contacts.
Pictured are my eyes without makeup at all, I usually colour in my eyebrows a bit but that's about it.

>> No.8904522

quit while you're ahead

>> No.8904525

Have you tried a magnifying mirror anon? I wear glasses too, and I use a light up 10x magnifying mirror to see when I do my makeup so don't have to wear glasses.
Also, if you wear glasses you will have to go bold with the eyemakeup or no one will be able to tell you're wearing any past your glasses.

>> No.8904526

I just get really close to my mirror. A small one that magnifies also does the trick.

Also do mind that glasses mean you go more on makeup as it seems to hide it a bit. Natural makeup won't work

>> No.8904564

Does anyone have any good tutorials for menhera make-up? I can't seem to find one anywhere.

>> No.8904573

Thanks Anons, the mirror is a good idea, I'll try shopping around for one. Whenever I do makeup it tends to feel too bold for me unless I do softer styles, but that may just be because I don't wear it daily.

>> No.8904581

Any tips for getting into neutral makeup? I've always used color since I've dyed my hair blue and I didn't really bother with makeup before that.

>> No.8904665

Finding just a peach colored palette is very hard to find. I don't want other random colors like brown, purple or whatever, I want just warm hues like pink, peach, yellow and orange (especially to blend and compliment each other) for that healthy glow.

>> No.8904671

too faced literally just released/announced a peach palette or 2, though it looked like it had a bunch of browns as well

>> No.8904708

I want this I need more pink shades in my life and I love my other Too Faced palette. I also want the PB&J palette too

>> No.8904714

You mean like in >>8904454's pic? Because if it's that one, I still don't like it for my original reason. I very rarely use brown or dark eyeshadow so it'd bother me to leave those shades nearly untouched in a palette.

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Just buy blush palettes then?

>> No.8904774

Yeah I've used blushes before for that reason but I'd still like something that had yellow and orange colors, but thanks for the pic suggestion.

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have you looked much into asian eyeshadow palettes? lately it seems like K-beauty brands have been about pink eyeshadows. there's pic related, etude house's fantastic color eyes - rose garden, and play color eyes juice bar. both of them have browns, which is kind of inevitable in most palettes, but there's definitely more of the pinks and oranges you're looking for.

>> No.8904829

Not sure this is the right thread for this but any advice for someone struggling to put circle lenses in? I've been trying for years but I've never been able to do it. I can touch my eyeball with my finger just fine but with the contact I just instinctively blink while it's coming in, even if I look away

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go mix your own palette at MAC or something

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there's also this small 3-color palette by canmake:

and pic related is by elegance paris nouvelle eyes, palette #3, but it's pricey (5500 yen in japan, scalped for $100 on ebay).

>> No.8904838


put a mirror on your desk and look down when putting in the contact, it might help

>> No.8904850

Look up, pull down the lower eyelid with your middle finger on the hand that has the contact, pull up the upper eyelid with your opposite hand, and pop the contact lens in.

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If you like a softer look, glasses will hide it. Go bold like >>8904525 said - it looks loud with your glasses off but it will look more muted once you wear them.

I would recommend filling in your eyebrows with an eyeshadow that matches your natural color. For eyes, use primer and go with a light gold/peach/soft brown eyeshadow and blend a medium brown shade in the crease. Use liquid eyeliner on your top lid and do a small wing (you will think it stands out a lot but it won't once you put your glasses on). Use a rosy color for blush and if you know how to, contour your face.

I'd post a picture of how I do my makeup when I wear glasses but I don't want to out myself. The attachment might help, I would go a bit more bold than what is pictured.

>> No.8905119

this, and also, try rolling your eye to get it to settle in. like look up left, right, up then down right to left.

>> No.8905130

what BB creams do you guys like? I don't care if it's asian or western, but I do not want anything whitening/brightening, and I would like something that comes at least in 2-3 shades. I have a medium/olive skintone with yellow undertones and so if something is too light/one shade it looks a bit odd on my skin. I don't even know where to start with the asian ones because there's just so many it seems, but I was looking at the Dr. Jart ones from sephora and some of the reviews sound good but I thought I'd ask people here for their opinions. As for my skin type, normal, no noticeable pores, no issues with redness although it can be pink occasionally, but overall I have pretty clear skin. Just looking for something light to even out my skintone, foundation is a bit heavy for me for the times that I do want to put something on my face.

>> No.8905172

Wow thanks so much for the suggestions (and sorry if I sounded really picky or hard to please). They're really helpful so thanks again anons.

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Hey gulls what are your tips for a female cosplaying a shota/young boy? It's a little tricky because you don't want to make yourself look feminine but you do want to have a soft cute look. I'm having a hard time gauging the right amount of make up to have myself look cute young and huggable but not just like a girl with short hair. And of course you don't want to much make up on in general either.

>> No.8905208

I got Bon Bons a bit ago too... still have not used it.
But I need this one.

>> No.8905210

no wings

>> No.8905213

Ive been given around 1k (I think like 900 dollars ish) worth of make up by a friend. All brand new, Hourglass and Sisley brand. I don't know anything about make up though....

I was given 1 make up lesson by a lady at a spa, using what I was given.. But it was hard to soak up of course.

How do you learn? Youtube? Magazines? Or just messing around?

Also do you notice if you wear make up that your skin gets broke out/small pimples or anything? I've never used make up before due to this.

Also how do you know which brushes are for what ;-;

>> No.8905217

less/no eyeliner, but perhaps some brown (or whatever color your eyelashes are) mascara. but mascara that is going to separate and lengthen your lashes that isn't going to be clumpy/obviously look like there's mascara on your eyes.
you may also want to try making your eye look slightly bigger - instead of the usual white pencil use the NYX wonderpencil in their lightest shade - it's more of a skintone pale color than just a bright white.
other than that idk, I would say to just keep your makeup overall as natural as possible, less eye makeup but more face makeup.

>> No.8905230

I'm someone that was an only child and my mother never wore makeup and any female relatives lived far away so I never had anyone to learn makeup from. Honestly, it's just about experimenting and playing around on your own. In middle school I was super into youtube beauty gurus and I would just play with makeup once in awhile. Either getting my stuff out and just playing around on my own, or following along to a tutorial on youtube. If you know nothing, it's best to start small rather than outright trying to go do the hyper glamourous like kim kardashian sexy smokey eye with extreme contouring. Practice how to apply pencil liner, practice liquid/gel liner (if you find yourself having trouble with liquid I highly recommend trying gel liner with an angled pencil brush. I know it sounds scary, but if you're a beginner or someone with a shaky hand I think it gives you far more control and is less apt to fuck up whereas liquid moves around a lot and is sensitive to shakes etc Although if you want to stick with liquid, try a foam tip liner. I also like the They're Real! push-up gel liner by Benefit.), practice putting on just one shade of eyeshadow and blending it out, move on to two shades, etc. There's honestly so many fucking beauty videos on youtube these days, there should be a lot of videos geared specifically towards newbies. Again, though - practice is key. You aren't going to be making expert sharp cat wing liquid liner the first time you watch a video. It took me ages to get right when I was younger but I got good by taking the time to practice.

Biggest thing to understand is certain things aren't gonna look perfect the first time you do it and that's fine, just take your time and try not to do complicated looks too soon.

Same thing with brushes; youtube can help you for that.

>> No.8905245

>How do you learn? Youtube? Magazines? Or just messing around?
I learned by youtube-ing the basics then just messing around until I got good enough to look at more complicated tutorials/looks.
>Also do you notice if you wear make up that your skin gets broke out/small pimples or anything? I've never used make up before due to this.
I don't have that problem, but I have a whole big facial regime to make sure I have all of my makeup off and to clean my face after the makeup is off.
>Also how do you know which brushes are for what
Study the different kinds online. A lot of brushes or the kits they come in also have a guide or the brush says what it's meant for.
> ;-;
don't use emoticons on here

>> No.8905288

I learned by asking friends how to apply makeup and what products they recommended. YouTube and IG are a big help too, especially for learning the basics and for product reviews.

For brushes, each one has a specific purpose. I use my eyebrow, blush, tapered foundation, eyeshadow blender, and powder brushes daily and I need those exact ones for one task only. Buy a small kit and experiment with them to get a feel for how they work.

>> No.8905300

I'm definitely buying this. I would definitely use the lighter half of this a fuck ton.

>> No.8905311

Another brand where you can make your own palette that has a variety of shades is Inglot. Underrated, lesser-known brand in the US I think (I rarely hear anyone speak about them, the only reason I know of them is because I've heard about them through xsparkage from youtube) with some really amazing quality products. Their gel liner is probably the best. They have this thing called the "freedom system" and they have a bunch of palettes of varying sizes, all magnetic, and you make all sorts of palettes out of them. Just lips, just blush, just shadows, a mix of those, etc.

>> No.8905355

Go to one of those places with custom palettes ? You can choose single colors and arrange them by 6 or 8. I know Kiko have those but some higher end brand might too.

>> No.8905381

>inb4 they don't have cute designs!!

>> No.8905397

How 2 teach my asian-looking friend how to do her makeup?

She's 20 and never worn it, she's convinced she's just straight ugly but she could be really cute. I keep telling her that she's cute but she won't listen, and now she wants me to teach her makeup... but I'm clueless on what to do with her monolids.

I want this to be a good experience for her, help me not fuck it up.

>> No.8905401

Seconding. I'm Asian as well, but I don't have monolids and would like to help my friend with them.

>> No.8905409

I have really fat monolids, and the way I get around them is with natural looking falsies desu. If I look up, I get a fake crease that's above my monolid, and it's easier to get that fake crease when I have the band of the falsies there to help crease my eye to that point.

In other words, just eyeshadow and a fat line of eyeliner, but the falsies-crease helps my eye look pretty when it's open. It's still a really subtle crease, but it's one way to get around monolids, I suppose.

It's midnight rn but I can probably get some shitty cell phone camera pics in tomorrow if I wake up early enough to get my makeup done in the morning.

>> No.8905410

Can I request ideas or tips for minimal yet mori or otome appropriate makeup? I have really sensitive skin and so much makeup makes my eyes burn like shit. I'm trying to figure out how to use as little as possible but still look good.

>> No.8905411

The fuck is that desu doing there baka. I have no clue how that got there...

>> No.8905432

That's good to know for other brands to look up for custom palettes. Thanks again, I didn't expect so many helpful replies so I appreciate it.

>> No.8905541

Found the newfag

>> No.8905548

there are only 3-4 pink/peach shades in it and the rest is a generic neutral palette, why bother

>> No.8905603

Where can I buy Too Faced in Europe? My country doesn't have Sephora and all the websites I can find only do America or the UK.

>> No.8905610

It might be easier if you name the country

>> No.8905614

The Netherlands, sorry.

>> No.8905619

I have used beautybay.com in the past. They offer free shipping if you spend €15

>> No.8905634

Won't French or Belgian Sephora ship to your country ?

>> No.8905683

I knew of beautybay, but they don't stock the products I'm looking for so I was hoping someone would know a second source.
I looked it up and turns out the French one does international shipping after all. I assumed they wouldn't because I couldn't find anything on their website about it. Thanks, anon!

>> No.8905763

Losing eyelashes? Never heard of this before.

Sorry, I have very few options due to shitty skin, so I'm not knowledgeable of different makeup at all. I basically just go to the lab coated Clinique ladies and tell them to fuck me up. The internet is too spooky for my bad genetics.

>> No.8905786

Whats a decent white eyeliner? I love doing my inner eye/water line with them but I have a cheapy drugstore one right now. As long as the product works I'm happy but the one I have, the lead part crumbles away constantly and I keep having to re-sharpen it every two seconds. Very annoying

>> No.8905814

I use NYX's crayon in Milk then top it with another shadow.

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Thank you for the suggestion! I'll keep my eye out for it next time I go shopping

>> No.8905893

I have the same issue with most mascaras, even Physician's Formula. I had to switch to clear or the super eco-friendly kind.

>> No.8905907

Yeah I've noticed a lot of my lashes falling out too the moment I started using mascara

>> No.8905978

Stick/unstick it on your hand a few times until it gets only slightly tacky

>> No.8905986

They're a Polish brand. That's why nobody talks about them, it's not as glamorous as French makeup and they cater more to professionals than the average consumer

>> No.8905993

Try the face shop, I think one of their cushions now comes in darker colours

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>> No.8906010

>don't use emoticons on here
You're showing that you're new by saying this honestly.

>> No.8906028

What? I'm not the Anon you're talking to, but I've been going on /cgl/ since the Kipi days and you sound like the new one. This is an image board. If you want a picture that shows your feelings, post one. Not an emoticon.

>> No.8906087

I can't apply mascara and eyeliner. I don't mean that in an I can't into eye makeup way, but in a my eyes start freaking out and I can't even keep them open to put the fucking mascara on way. What do? Tips? Does anyone else have autismal shit like this happen to them?

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I'm cosplaying in a leotard this summer, and not sure what to do about the, um... hair situation.

I need to get all the hair off my thighs, and I guess my private area as well. I don't think just shaving will do the trick, but I've never waxed my peach before and I have no idea what I'm doing.

But here's the problem...

This is no small feat. I don't know if it's just an Albanian thing, but my lady bits look like they could belong to a bear, they're so damn furry. The dark, thick hairs are like the heads of a hydra - lop one off, three more take its place. I've long since given up on having a cute v-jay with a quaint little patch of pubes. That's just not in the cards for me.

I exaggerate, but yes, I get VERY prominent five o'clock shadow on my legs and privates.

If I do get it clean by some miracle, I guess a pantyliner would prevent cameltoe? That's fine, but I'm worried about the whole thing slipping and giving everyone a look at my goods.

>> No.8906292

Anon, please. You should be wearing thick tights under your cosplay. Just shave as well as you can, then wear the tights. That should help with the cameltoe, too.

>> No.8906307

does anyone have reccomendations for powder foundation or heavy coverage powders? I'm having a hard time finding one that matches my shade; I'm around a NC 20 -25, and I used to use Elf pressed mineral foundation in porcelain until they discontinued it.

>> No.8906329

I've heard the Kate von D Lock-it powder foundation is really really good for fulm coverage but it isn't released in my country yet...
If you don't mind going indie, Fyrinnae has some good powder foundation with matching powder primers, it's pretty cheap too.

>> No.8906335

That wouldn't be very sexy of me, cosfriend.

>> No.8906376

Neither is showing the world your overgrown forest whenever you strike a pose.


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okay newfag.

>> No.8906391

True acceptable emoticons are: ;-; , :3 , and :^)

>> No.8906399

Even playboy bunnies and hooters girls wear them. No one wants to see your veins and cellulite anyways, much less your vagina five o'clock shadow.

>> No.8906400

Skin colored dance tights will look way better than you skin. Look online, they're cheap and they'll work much better than bare skin.

>> No.8906402

Newfag spotted. Lurk more.

>> No.8906452

I've had the same problem. I think you just need to practice and get used to it. In the meantime you could try clear mascara, so even if you mess up and smear it on your eyelids it won't show.

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I'm just breaking out of a horribly religious family and I'm just now attempting to use makeup (I wasn't allowed before ) what foundation would be a good start to try? I've tried concealers and powder and it seems like the shade 'ivory' suits me best if that makes any difference to options

>> No.8906650

Neither is seeing bush. Trust us. Dance. tights. always.

>> No.8906845

Stick to drugstore if you're just starting out that way if the color doesn't match or it oxidizes you won't lose too much money. Is your skin oily, dry, or combination? Because that is going to change recommendations. And "Ivory" varies across brands, its easier to go out in the stores and compare it to your skintone. I don't really wear drugstore foundation but I've heard good things about Maybelline's Fit Me Matte + Poreless if you have oily skin and they have a version for dry skin too.

>> No.8906891

i'm such a slut for too faced i can't wait

>> No.8906925

this is late but if you see this

I am pretty fucking blind and have dealt with this shit for 6+ years and have a lot to say.

put most of the focus on your eyebrows just make them look really fucking good so look for tutorials on that.

if you look at your picture you can see your glasses cover your entire top lid so add detail to your bottom lash line. i usually only put color under my eye usually a nice pink or mint.

decorate your glasses! this may not be an option for you but with my insurance i can get a new pair every year. I do not do this much anymore but i used to put little tiny jems on my glasses (the nail decorating kind) and stickers too. Its really fun and cute when you do it right just dont over do it. It will bring attention to your eyes in a really fun and unique way.

also just get more lolitable glasses your glasses look like you are ready to go teach high school biology. buy some cute pink ones

>> No.8906927

I can vouch for Fit Me Matte. I use the liquid in the lightest shade. It has really good coverage and blends easily into my skin.

make sure you get some blush and bronzer too anon one of the biggest mistakes I see beginners make is going out with just foundation on.

>> No.8906934

I prefer the brush than the pen, I feel like it just applies better. I like the nyx liquid eyeliner, the brush is thin and applies well. Also, pencil just looks bad in general, and sloppy.

>> No.8906938

if you don't have tape, use the end of your brows as a guide line

>> No.8907013

don't forget ;_;

>> No.8907046

use artist's tape, it has hardly any stick because it's meant to peel easily off of paper

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Thanks for the advise Anon! I didn't think of concentrating on the under-eye area but I'll try that next time.

Sadly I can't get new glasses too often, because even if the frames are cheap my lenses are difficult and cost about 300$ (high number+cylinder+making them as thin as possible.) They are actually pink, I guess it just didn't show up well in the pictures. I usually dress in classic and mature sweet so I don't mind them looking a bit mature.

>> No.8907623

After looking around I've found that I have either normal skin or combination since I get some blackheads on my nose but the rest fit into the 'normal' category

I'll definitely give your recommendations a try so thank you!

Thank you for pre-warning me, I'll be on the look out for them too!

>> No.8907649

Any pics of your thighs? I'm not a lesbian, but you've got me curious.

>> No.8907690

Have you thought about looking more into make your own pallets? I know urban decay has one, but I'm not sure if theyre products are too "bold"

>> No.8908531

Can anyone recommend some yellow toned bb/cc creams that are also moisturizing? I can't find samples of most.

>> No.8908841

Yesssss. Going to be my first Too Faced palette too. I was thinking about buying the PB & J palette but the colors are too dark for me. Hopefully Ulta has some good promos when it's released so I can just hoard Too Faced makeup all at once.

>> No.8909260

my friend is going to Korea in a week. what should I ask her to pick up for me? mostly interested in foundation/concealer. are air cushions worth it?

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I've recently developed an allergy to eyelash glue. It's not too bad, I can still wear eyelashes for 3-4 hours but after that my eyelid gets really dry, itchy and swells up a little bit. It's really itchy the day after if I wear it for a full day.

Does anyone have any advice? I've tried all brands on the market in my country and I don't seem to really figure out which chemicals it is I'm reacting to so I'm sort of used to this now, but it would be nice to see if anyone else has had this issue as well

>> No.8909305

Does anyone know if there's a liquid eyeliner which doesn't partly dry out? All the ones I've tried tend to dry out in the tip and then I have to paint a patch on my hand to get them going again which is not cute.

Or does it help if they're stored upside down or something? I'm currently using the weirdly shaped Sephora one, if that matters.

>> No.8909684

I use Stila's stay all day eyeliner. Like this anon said, >>8904414, it can be difficult to get used to using a pen liner at first, but you can get some great results if you keep at it. It's also long lasting and sweat/water/oil proof. Totally worth the price.

>> No.8909753


I've had bad results with Stila's pen liner only staying for a few hours before flaking off, definitely would not recommend it. I personally use Clinique's black pen liner, I've had much better results with it and the brush is super flexible and easy to use.

>> No.8909781

I have the Innisfree one and I like it a lot.

>> No.8909792

To guard against liquid flaking off, I use pencil then go over it in liquid, so even if it flakes the darkness is still there. Or I use pencil for my waterline and liquid for my lid.

>> No.8909796

You can also use an old credit card or similar if you don't need the spare hand to stretch/hold your eyelid while applying the liner. One hand to hold the card and one hand to draw the line.

>> No.8909856

Stop buying pen liner and just buy regular liquid eyeliner with a brush.

>> No.8909874

first time I waxed it was super hard. Had a hand held mirror and made me kind of shakey since it took so long and I was scared of ripping the skin or something. if you're willing to go through that then remember to moisturize and exfoliate gently in the shower. you could also use Nair cream for the sides but the bits that are too cramped and close to put them on use little wax strips. cut them if you need to.
also another anon said to use panty hose. that will help prevent camel toe and even out darker areas. Put a pantyliner on the tights and just get double sized clothing tape to keep the leotard in place?

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how would i go about contouring my face to look like a young males' that does not have facial hair? i watched a couple of youtube videos but they werent really to my liking, thanks in advance

>> No.8910400


wow i feel dumb i've never even considered just making it less sticky
you gulls are genius ty <3

>> No.8910624

You probably have a latex allergy. Get one that's labelled latex free.

>> No.8910648

I tried it and sadly I got the same reaction, so it's most likely something else.

>> No.8910728

How i can cover dark eye circles effectively?My skin is super pale, cold/yellowish undertone and western makeup tips suggest me to buy orange concealer, but i fear it would look cakey or weird, i never cake my face with foundation that is darker than my skintone and i do my makeup asian styled despite being white. Maybe there are better asian products as a solution to cover them? I tried also to apply the concealer (my skin color) with dots but nothing, green or purple one doesn't work. I'm not stessed or i have a iron deficiency it's just i always have these freaking eye circles and i don't know what to do.

>> No.8910755

Aw man, not that anon, but that's why I always teared up so badly when people put false eyelashes on me? That's good to know, maybe I can actually start trying to wear them again. I didn't realize there was latex in the glue.

>> No.8911213

You really should try color correcting. If you have the right products it shouldn't feel cakey.

>> No.8911316

How's etude house's make up in general? Also I have lightly tan skin, so do you think the pink would show up well? I've been searching for a nice pink eye shadow for awhile

>> No.8911489

What's the most idiot-proof eyeliner and eyeshadow? I was dumb and picked a character to cosplay who wears obvious eye makeup and I don't wear eye makeup besides mascara. I have some basic sephora liquid eyeliner from a previous cosplay and I can soooort of do a thin line with it, but I need to do wings and a heavier line and I suck. The tape method helped in my practice session, but I still have a hard time getting a semi straight line across my lids. And I have no idea how to do eyeshadow with liner. Any tips for that or a different eyeliner I should try? (Prefer not to spend over $25 for both.)

>> No.8911546

I've been thinking about using clay masks.
I usually have pretty clear skin but about once a month I'll get one giant pimple that takes over a week to fully disappear.

Would masks help with this? Is there a cheap-ish effective one I can try out?

>> No.8911558

I prefer their makeup over their skincare. I don't have much experience with their palettes personally, but I have a few of their eyeshadow singles, and with primer those have lasted me an entire con before with barely any fading. their liquid eyeliner is okay, their primer hasn't done much for me. I've also heard good things about their lip products.

personally I don't wear much pink eyeshadow, so I can't help much on that end, but try searching for swatches and seeing how pigmented they appear on skin.

>> No.8911559

How works color correcting?

>> No.8911585

Does anyone have any of those makeup graphics like >>8906589 >>8904186 for caucasian eyes?

>> No.8911592

I suggest you go pick up $1 elf liner and just practice a ton. Or get a pen type eyeliner with a felt tip.

>> No.8911719


Felt tip might be easier. I'm not sticking a $1 Elf liner anywhere near my eye, and it would look like shit, anyway.

>> No.8911735

Could someone please recommend me a good contouring palette for asian skin. My skin is probably to the darker side not tan but its not exactly light.

>> No.8912174

? It's basically the same thing.
Is there something specific about your eye shape? Hooded lids? extra round? What specifically are you looking for that's different

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Does anyone else feel like all these pallets that are 'neutral' kiiiiind of sort of look the same give or take some random blue or purple shade thrown in there sometimes and a previously matte color is now suddenly shimmer?

>> No.8912239

I have the Berry Delicious Fantastic Colour Eyes Palette (I think that's what it's called, anyway!) and it isn't very opaque even on my very pale skin D:
I'll give you some swatches on my more tan roommate, if you want?

>> No.8912244

>what are your tips for a female cosplaying a shota/young boy?
1. stop calling them shotas, you perv

2. children don't wear makeup, so focus on an even skintone and making your eyes bigger without using lots of dark eyelinee

>> No.8912260

Try to use the 'no-makeup-makeup' look - do the contouring thing on your eyes where you use dark-ish brown and near-white to bring out the shadows, and make your eyes look bigger without looking like you've piled on the make-up. And NO EYELINER!

>> No.8912289

Not the same anon but I just looked that up and fuck I need the strawberry fondue set but every legitimate site I know is sold out of it. Where did you buy yours?

>> No.8912767

I bought mine from Beautynetkorea's eBay store along with some other products
It came in about 10 days with lots of samples and I can totally recommend them
Also Strawberry Fondue is so nice and wearable! The darker pinks are a different shade to what I'm used to- slightly more red over peach-toned

>> No.8912802

I disagree, a brown pencil liner will still make it look natural if she isn't heavy handed, same with either a brown or clear mascara, depending on her lashes.

>> No.8913754

>I need a dupe for
>Make up Forever HD foundation,
as I do not use this foundation very much and I had it for such a long time. I do not plan on paying so much for it's standards.

Anything one have a good Pencil Eye liner?
I've been using Nars larger than life. Works great but isn't water resistanc.

I also need a white pencil liner that will stay put and last.

>> No.8913760

I literally bought bon bons just this past weekend. I don't regret it, but shit. Had I had known I would've held onto my money to buy this. Ugh...

>> No.8913775

Is it common to have two distinct makeup routines, like all-out vs. lazy?

I have my all-out routine (foundation bronzer highlighter shadow liner etc.) down but it's overkill for some stuff, so I'm looking into a really simple one as an alternative, like just BB cream, mascara, and blush.

>> No.8913777

I love it and I'm definitely going to buy it.
Just so you gulls know, it drops on Too Faced's online shop the 17th or March, ~April 9th at Ulta, and ~April 15th at Sephora.

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Forme Acne Care Concealer for Strawberry Nose


>> No.8913787 [DELETED] 

for Dark spots and shit.


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apparently its one of the better concealers and is great for dark spots and such but not for dark circles.

>> No.8914821

Me too on the choco bar c: Makes my day a lil better

>> No.8914899

one of my eyelids is slightly higher than the other, so one eye always looks more "awake"
how do i get them equal? I don't care if they are both low or both high, I just want symmetry

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Does anyone have any good tutorials for aegyosal or ulzzang type makeup? Youtube has given me a lot of shitty, overly complicated vids but I'm not looking for something over the top kawaii uguu--that's kind of the appeal of the ulzzang look, imo. Pic related, I love how understated her make is here but the aegyosal makeup still makes it look young and fresh. (And I know her isn't real)

>> No.8914903

>what is eyelid tape

>> No.8915014

you don't want a straight line, you want a line that is shaped to your lid. Just start off in the middle, and slowly line right next to the lash line. Follow the natural shape, and thicken the line from there. Then add length by adding a little bit more and more to the inner of your eyelid, and keep it thinner near the inside. It takes practice, but you'll get better at it.

>> No.8915023

i don't think they meant straight as in literally straight, anon. i think they meant even and not wiggly.

>> No.8915317

I do this all the time. I only go all out on weekends when I'm being social.

>> No.8915412

I think honestly, aegyosal looks good if you naturally have a little bit of that under eye fat thats not from sleep deprived puffiness. Otherwise, it looks really unnatural.

You could try some really feathered out light contouring under eye to fake it?

>> No.8915435

What shade range (pale, medium, etc)?
I'm a super pale olive tone and here's the best ones I've found so far:
>Innisfree Jeju BB cream
>Skinfood Peach Sake BB cream
>Holika Holika Aqua Petit BB cream
The Skinfood is very yellow and I think the darkest of the bunch (all of them are darker and significantly more yellow than my MAC NW10 foundation). The Holika Holika is the palest of the bunch, the Skinfood is the darkest.
If you want some comparison swatches I can take some tomorrow.

>> No.8915441

Yellow concealer under your regular concealer.
Also super-pale and not pink-undertoned, and I struggled to find what worked. Oranges were too dark, other colors never turned out right.
I use NYX's Above and Beyond full coverage concealer, then normally Maybelline Fit Me concealer in the palest shade or Hard Candy Glamoflauge concealer mixed with a little moisturizer to thin it out.

>> No.8915880

Glad I saw this because I was prepared to order it tomorrow from Sephora

I can wait a month, I want my sephora points lmao

>> No.8915913

Are there more tutorials like this? I try to follow the others but I like how this has concise, easy to follow directions without having to translate or guess what the picture is trying to convey.

>> No.8915972

>warm peach lipgloss

can't you also apply it at room temperature?

>> No.8915985

>what are cool and warm tones
lmao lad

>> No.8916279

KEK good one anon

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tuts for tuts pleasure

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this one's kinda for dudes, but I like some of the combos

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knowing color theory can go a long way toward building the perfect coord.

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no stop, i fucking hate this way of doing eyebrows. you should never begin your eyebrows like that. if you have a wideset nose you'll have wide set eyebrows an an arch too high. this is why people have hideous short eyebrows with a 2 inch gap between them.

instead begin with a line up where your nostrils are and use the outside of your nose to create the arch and ends.

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>> No.8916345

That's actually pretty cute.

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this is a good reality check when life gets hard sometimes.

>> No.8916367

to be fair it's our fault for wearing makeup all the time.

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Drag queen make up needs to stop being a thing for women, esp younger girls.

This style of contouring photographs well but it looks like shit and cakey IRL. Your face should never be covered in that much highlighter. It makes your face too heavy and far too masculine.

Try using this guide as a reference instead; it is much more natural and looks WAY better. You need a little bit of contour (cool shade, slightly darker than your skin tone), a warm bronzer (for the love of god do not contour with a bronzer), and just a LITTLE bit of highlighter. The bronzer will bring a healthy glow to the focal points where the sun hits your face. This method imo is superior than re-sculpting your facing with layers and layers of makeup.

Drag eyebrows. They need to go too.

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>> No.8916413

Do you happen to have something like this for someone that has a sharp jawline and sharp cheeks?

I look like a man and I find it difficult to find makeup to make me look softer. :/

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yooooo these colors

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>> No.8916436

Did a drag steal your palette or something?

>> No.8916438

What face shape do you have?

Are you wanting to make your jawline and cheeks less harsh? If so, you'll want to contour along your chin. Do not use any highlight around this area. Highlights are used to make the areas more prominent (which we're trying to avoid).

Contour on the sides of your face for your cheeks and use a bronzer in the same location as the photo. Matte blush on apples of your cheeks - do not put blush on your cheekbones.

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>> No.8916447

as much as i like toofaced, these look kinda...meh to me. so many browns...

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Oblong, with high up cheekbones. It's the worst. Great for cosplaying but not so great for real life or cosplaying girls.

This is how my face looks like, with a prominent chin. Is it possible to ... "anti-contour" in a way to look softer with this face type?

>> No.8916452

*great for crossplaying

>> No.8916748

drag makeup on girls is super gross though

>> No.8917083

this is a joke right

>> No.8917100


I can find countless gold ones, but never peachy/oranges.
People say UD/Mainstream pods, but their warm colors are almost ALWAYS really metallic coppers that come with $50 of browns and silvers.

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Etude house juice bar palette. I love it

>> No.8918243

I'm looking to try cream eyeshadow since the fallout from powder is just way too annoying. What are your neutral/nude cream eyeshadow recommendations?

>> No.8918265

Looking for refreshing dolly but dewy makeup? Kind of like Victoria secret? I don't know what to call it but there's lots of oranges and reds and highlighted eyes. Thank you in advance.

>> No.8918383

will do!

yeah yeah, all of this sounds good! thanks for being helpful guys, i will keep all this in mind!
as for the eyeliner thing, i think im going to use brown pencil liner like >>8912802 said. im probably going to go with a thin clean un-winged line. it looks very natural on my eyes and really isnt noticeable, so i think it should be fine.
you guys are alot more helpful then the shota (or loli) makeup tutorials i looked up, all of them are SUPER heavy handed. its so confusing people think that makes them look younger...

>> No.8918626

Thank you for your help!I will try to find a yellow concealer (i saw it somewhere but i forgot the brand) and put my usual one as a try or buy a best coverage liquid/pencil skin color concealer.
Well said, i hate harsh almost drag makeup for women, it makes your face looking more angular, infact i love harsh/gothic makeup for men and not for girls, also drag makeup is made for men that have less soft features compared to women. Natural or softer makeup look 1000 better for me and this picture is amazing, i tried (ugh) to contour my nose with a darker eyeshadow but instead i have to highlight it!

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>> No.8919226

This, and if your nose is narrow it makes you look like Kronk the Caveman.

Actually, for fellow narrow-nosed anons: draw your brows a bit further apart.

>> No.8919285

This seems like so much work for almost no difference... just dab a little tint in the center and then gloss

>> No.8919288

that specific one is really bad. but i've seen others that look good and are more drastic.

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So, I have very hairy legs (thanks dad) and I can't find a good way of getting rid of it. My hair grows extremely quickly and if I shave a night before I wake up with dark dots all over from the roots growing up. I tried epilating and waxing but I get tons of ingrown hairs and red bumps all over than don't heal well and some of them scar, I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong or I just got shitty skin too. Considered laser but I can't afford it right now.
What do I do? any hairy fellows got any tips? I just want to wear skirts comfortably ;_;

>> No.8919425

I'm the same way, I just shave everyday. I'd rather take the time everyday to do that maintenance and not look gross.
I also get my eyebrows waxed. Threading lasts longer, but it hurts more IMO and isn't as even. but thats a personal preference.

>> No.8919709

skin coloured tights might work for you too

>> No.8920342

Taking that as a yes.

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Nah, not really. Unless you think people go around thinking red lips and colorful eyelids are a natural occurrence.

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Anyone have tips on how to make my face off-white? I don't want to just use theatre paint because I have super oily skin and I'll be shiny within an hour. Has anyone mixed regular foundation with theatre makeup? Does it work well?

Pic is what I'm going for.

>> No.8920505

Experiment experiment experiment anon, altho I have a theater foundation in what might be the exact shade you want (Ben nye in porcelain) so consifer if u already have a similar foundation try experimenting in your application techniques and different primers and sething powders.

. For example: when I'm not paying mind to my application and just slap on the Ben nye without building, I get this thing I call a makeup crater on my nose (some people's oil epicenter) where the hastily layered oil foundations refuse to blend over my already oily skin and only bunch together and leave a uncovered hole when I try to fix it, i can avoid it if I'm patient in applying my primer and foundation

Also revlon's photo ready liquid in its lightest possible shade is pretty damn light just as a rec

>> No.8920508

Seconding Skinfood's Peach Sake for pale olives! It has such a gorgeous satiny finish.

>> No.8920512

Etude House's "Dear girls cute eyes maker" stick does fucking wonders, anon!

I find the lighter side is too shimmery to highlight the aegyosal, so I only use the brown on my lower lid and use the lighter side over my whole upper lid.

Aegyosal gets ruined when you try too hard to achieve it - blending like four shades of eye-shadow and such.

>> No.8920515

>Drag eyebrows
You do know people's eyebrows can grow like that naturally, right?

>> No.8920522

I am looking to buy a highlighter but I was hoping for a good recommendation? I want something that would be good for photos as I mostly only do contouring when I cosplay. I am really pale and never used a highlighter before.

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Kat Von D's Shade + Light Contour Palette is always my go to. Worth the money

>> No.8920557

>photographs well but looks heavy IRL
we are cosplayers sweetie looking good in photos is part of the goal.

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Does anyone have some good skincare tips? I've been breaking out lately (from stress, I think?). I've applied harsh chemicals and they've helped a bit, but there have to be better methods.

I'm sleeping with a fresh towel under my head.

>> No.8920888

Haha, I went to high school with this girl...who would have thought I'd find her stuff here

>> No.8921003

I have this and it's leaky as fuck. it's also a shade too dark and orange on my skin. it's pretty lasting, though. i dab it on my hand then apply with sponde, and if i dont wash it off my hand it lasts through pretty much everything, sleeping included.

>> No.8921040

Dancing tights. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPGVunDg-Nk

>> No.8921077

They are considered drug store quality because they are pretty cheap. I like their lipsticks though.

>> No.8921478

I have to get a bikini wax for an upcoming cosplay, how early in advance should I get one so that I'm waxed but at the same time not red/sore? It's my first time getting a bikini wax

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Ok so I have an issue and I can't really spell out what the issue is?

When I do my makeup it looks great and what not, but after a few minutes it turns into pic related. Is there a way to fix it or should I be using a different primer or foundation? Right now I'm using Mac's studio fix and benefit's porefessional with a setting powder.

>> No.8921703

My sister is going to Korea soon for vacation, do you guys have any recommendations on what I should ask her to buy? I'm new to makeup and have dry, sensitive skin. So far, I have listed:
- Dr. Jart's Premium BB Cream
- Missha The Style Glow Lip Balm
- Innisfree Jelly Pact
- TheFaceShop Mango Lip Butter

Also, as I'm cosplaying, I'm looking for things to contour and highlight my face.

>> No.8921709

For eye shadow, use primer. Start with lighter tones as a base and medium tones to slowly blend into darker tones. It's easier to blend all the colors when you don't start off with the darkest.

>> No.8921740

I also use The Porefessional and I've notice that build up around the nostril sometimes. It may be because you're not blending it well enough. I apply it all over my face with my hands (clean) then use a makeup sponge to further pat it in areas like that.

Or are you referring to the uneven texture of the cheek? I've noticed that as well and just associated it with the primer. I can't recall if I've seen that with any different primers since I've been using The Porefessional for so long. Maybe someone will have a better answer for that!

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I feel stupid asking this but I can't figure out what kind of eyes I have. Are they hooded? Almond? I will drop another pic too. This one is with my eyebrows raised

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And this is with my brows relaxed. (The color looks different because of different lighting)

>> No.8921761

Do you mean areas of concentrated foundation pigment in your pores?

After some Googling, it seems like oil can break up the foundation pigment and it will slide and settle in pores.

One solution I saw was to do what's called the Wayne Goss method and powder your face before and after your liquid foundation to control oil. I don't know how well this works, but you should know, a full face of foundation will show wear as time passes no matter what. To minimize the oil, you have to make time to blot your face during the day and use a touchup powder. Except for people with conveniently non oily skin, there's no such thing as set it and forget it makeup.

>> No.8921800

>powder your face before and after your liquid foundation
I recently started doing this and it worked for me.

>> No.8921823
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I'm wearing a cat-esque outfit and I'm not sure if I should go for this or just color my nose and that's it. Thanks gulls!

>> No.8921836

Get professionally waxed. I used to have that problem too anon.

>> No.8921851

you have the same eyes as me! I usually refer to them as deep set since I think 'hooded' is more for when the hood covers a majority of the lid. My eyes do have bad days where they might classify as hooded because the lid droops down moreso than usual.

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Can I please ask for some makeup suggestion for Kiki? I did my usual makeup routine of foundation and light-coloured cream eyeshadow, some cute eyelashes and rounder-looking eyeliner (without wing) and a little bit more pink blush on the apples of my cheeks the last time I did her, but I overheard someone calling me a 'slutted-up Kiki' because I wore makeup at all and it's made me feel really self-conscious about it.

Please help, anons? I love wearing my Kiki but maybe they were right and my makeup wasn't as young and fresh-looking as I thought it was...

>> No.8921939

I can't say for sure since you haven't posted your face, but maybe the eyeliner and lashes were too much. For a child character the most I'd do is tightline with a powder and curl my natural lashes. Also, I'd stick to browns. Black is a more mature color for makeup.

I would also probably try to stay with using just a BB cream instead of a foundation.

>> No.8921950

Ben Nye has a Porcelain powder foundation that does exactly this.

>> No.8922044


No I meant like the minute I step away from putting on makeup aka putting on the setting spray and getting dressed/ready my make up settles into my pores and fine lines almost instantly and gives me this flakey, cakey look . I exfoliate,moisturize,etc and it still happens

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similar to this but all over

>> No.8922114

Did you let your moisturizer soak in before starting the makeup? This happens to me when I try to do my routine too fast.

>> No.8922148

Awful eye tutorial, I know a girl irl who does this look and it's bad.

>> No.8923303

I'm backing this up, in a way
Moisturize your face to the heavens. Exfoliate the sides of your nose then massage an oil-free moisturizer on there. If that's not improving the texture of your face and how makeup goes on, a sheet mask usually works for me.

>> No.8923504

Question! What's a good contouring palette for those of us with paler ivory skin? Thanks!

>> No.8923542

dont do this or you will look like the embodiment of tumblr

>> No.8923572

NYX has individual contouring powders that go up to white. But you can always just use matte eyeshadows to contour if you already have them.

>> No.8923575


you sound like one of those assholes who constantly complains about being ~paper white~ and ~pale enough foundation is impossible to find desu~

>> No.8923614

How do you clean your makeup brushes? Is there any point in looking up DIY cleaners or would it be better to buy the product in-store?

>> No.8923620

so much makeup smells really good
kat von d studded kisses smell like cake frosting... it's really tasty smelling...

>> No.8923625

Ah! It's a lion, get into the car...

You just brought back some memories, lol

Does anyone know where to get heterochromatia circle lenses? I googled it a few times and combed a few sites looking for them

>> No.8923627

my only tip is to use clear mascara! makes lashes look longer/stay curled without clumsiness

>> No.8923638

Does anyone have advice for first time eyebrow hair trimmers? my eyebrow hairs are preeeetty damn long and thick (not like the lady's in the pic, which are about half the length of mine...) i'm terrified to try it and have it end up jankey and choppy...

>> No.8923642

....do white people actually go around with chopsticks in their hair

>> No.8923644
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Should I not color my nose in? What should I go for? I want to look animal-like and not just regular make up.

>> No.8923647

Have them threaded at a salon, and practice maintaining the shape as your brows grow back

>> No.8923650

just do like whiskers or something? the pic you posted was shitty faun makeup anyways. do you have a better/different picture?

>> No.8923656
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I have the same problem. What i find /helps/ if anything is using a friction scrubber/exfoliating scrubber pretty much everyday, plus shaving. these are REALLY good at scrubbing off dead skin, much better than loofahs or those weird dried out winter melon scrubs. if you have underbutt bumps, using one of these on those everyday helps a TON

>> No.8923659

when will fawn makeup die

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>> No.8923667

Go to the skincare thread

>> No.8923742

>limited edition on site
>Sold out
fetches over 100 on ebay


>> No.8924146

Ahh thank you, that seems correct! I wonder if there's a way to alter them with surgery..

>> No.8924185

Fuck you man, it's pretty difficult

>> No.8924187

It's really fucking not

>> No.8924200

I'm looking for a nice clear gloss for this, any recommendations?

>> No.8924216

Idk it sounds like >>8924187 has a problem with pale skin people in general. Anyway I would take a look around sephora

>> No.8924480

Ok, so I'm having this issue...every time I put anything on my eyelid I start sneezing uncontrollably. It only happens when I press a liner brush or an eyeliner on my lid. Also putting mascara makes it happen. Plucking my eyebrows makes me sneeze. And not just a tiny sneeze here or there but a full on fit of five sneezes in a row. It's weird because the same thing happened when sunlight shines in my eye and I'm wondering if the two are related. It fucks up my make up, especially my foundation because the sneezing makes my nose run like a fire hose. I eliminated all ingredients that would cause me to be allergic so I'm wondering now if this is some weird nerve reflex thing.

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>Be newfag
> Mom only taught me eyeliner and shadow.
> been going to cons with only eyeliner and shadow
> Walmart brand shit
>Finally wise up and look some tutorials on the whole shebang
> Go to Ulta for basically everything
> Kiss 200$ good bye
Probably shouldn't have gone to a beauty store filled with burando, but holy shit anons. I just hope I can make this shit work.

>> No.8924523

with how many people who claim to be basically colorless (especially on reddit), aren't there any guides or resources or something out there for really pale concealers/foundations/etc?

at least you can return anything that doesn't pan out for you given Ulta's lenient return policy

>> No.8924575

I wasn't the original anon who responded, and it's not just me who has a problem with it.

For starters, I'm pretty fair myself. But it wasn't hard at all to find the right foundation because there's tons of choices out there - just because your drugstore doesn't stock any doesn't mean they're not out there.

It's pure laziness. I used to lurk reddit and these 'me so pale' questions would appear every. fucking. day. Literally google 'pale skin foundation' and at least some of the results are gonna be from reddit. There's even r/PaleMUA, made specifically *for* people with pale skin. Then there's findation, and the foundation/BB/cushion spreadsheet on r/AsianBeauty - all of which are really popular subreddits that appear in google search when you search 'pale skin foundation'. If not, there are billions of other websites with suggestions.

I literally found my foundation shade by 1) watching a Lisa Eldridge video and 2) googling around until I found several acceptable options from the above listed sources. I didn't even swatch them, I literally ordered a cushion in the shade I was told I'd most likely match and that was fucking it.

>inb4 but I'm different, I'm the palest snowflake in the kingdom
No you're fucking not, educate yourself on undertones and swatch a bunch of shit at the mall, then look online if you really can't find anything (you will).

It's not that there aren't options, it's that people would rather humblebrag about being pale than actually google.

This, thank you. Literally every fucking day does this question get asked, and every day they try to convince you that they're totes not like those other gurls.

>> No.8924775

>posts picture of fawn makeup

>> No.8924780

for me at least, everything pale enough is way too yellow
even pale tights are too yellow for me, but straight white is too much
>Why am I so blue sweet jesus save me

>> No.8924788

That's not a problem of paleness though. And even for those there are recommendations, there's even recommendations for olive (green/neutral) toned people which are arguably the most difficult group to find a match for

>> No.8924794

I mix White foundation with my regular foundation to whiten it up, Then set it all with White Powder.

>> No.8925024

I use dish soap. Works just fine.

>> No.8925231

I bite my bottom lip frequently enough to the point where it's lightly scabbed up and it shows through any lipstick I put on. Is there any kind of cover-up I can use on my lips to make them not look completely awful?

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Can anyone please tell me some good sites to order circle lenses from that isn't Pinky Paradise, please? Everything I want from there is sold out.

I know this is a little off topic, but I didn't think my question deserved it's own thread. Thanks in advanced!

>> No.8925254

Honeycolour or Uniqso. Uniqso takes Paypal, but their stock is rather limited too.

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>> No.8925294

Thank you anon. Do you by chance know how long those sites take to ship?

>> No.8925308

I've ordered a wig from Uniqso and it took about two weeks, but I picked the cheap shipping option. Never ordered from Honeycolour but I'm pretty sure if you need something quickly they do offer EMS.

>> No.8925336

It's actually pretty common, but I'm not sure if there's a treatment for it

>sage for not being helpful

>> No.8925488

could be something like photogenic sneezing. the nerves in the face are very close together and sometimes the electrical signals get mussed up. same reason why your eyes water when you pluck hairs! there's no treatment for it unfortunately

>> No.8925666

I used foundation that looked fine when i applied it but later in the day my face looked sort of orange, is there a way to make this not happen? i'm very new to make up and am trying to learn

>> No.8925681

What happens to makeup that's returned to Sephora/Ulta? Do they keep the open products as samples? I wouldn't mind buying a product that someone just barely used. Obviously not mascara and stuff, more like pencils and compacts.

>> No.8925687

god I saw that

there's going to be more out next month... I hope they make more later on after how popular initial release was

>> No.8925693

Sephora and Ulta will have them in stock as well. Try reading the thread next time.

>> No.8925694

I have the Juice Bar Palette


As a general rule, Korean eyeshadows tend to be a bit sheer unless in design for more natural looks.

>> No.8925697

Change foundations. I had this problem, it's the wrong tone on you and oxidizes wrong.

>> No.8925788

I'd imagine if it hasn't been noticeably used or isn't mascara they just put it back on the shelves. I bought some Philosophy liquid foundation from Ulta and saw the pump already had foundation "residue" (as in it had been taken out of the box and pumped at least once) once I got home.

>> No.8925836


I've actually put in a lot of time and effort into finding foundations that match me, and to be honest, yes it was kind of difficult, although partially because of issues besides my skin shade. I'm not going to say there aren't options, because of course there are, but if I'm being blunt, it's a little frustrating, especially since it seems like it's very popular to be very snarky and dismissive about this topic. Once you get to, say, MAC shade 05 or below, there really isn't much of a selection, and I feel like undertone and formula is almost as important as skin shade. Finding your combination of right shade + right undertone + right formula for can make it tricky.

On the other hand, I can understand the frustration a lot of people seem to have re: the pale skin competition game. Hell, it's something I noticed my friend trying to play with me all the way back in 2005. It is kind of ridiculous and not at all helped by the hyperbole that seems popular among "contestants" (paper-white, milk bottle white, fishbelly, ghost, etc.).

For the record, if you're MAC 05 or below, I'd recommend looking into custom blending (Prescriptives can do it, and they can use white as a base if you ask them although it's considered a special order and there might be coverage issues), or "theatrical" makeup companies like Graftobian or Kett. I know Kett makes an airbrush foundation that runs pretty light, and Graftobian has their Ultra-Lites shades in both a creme foundation and an airbrush foundation. MUFE also released a new shade called Y205 that's pretty light too if you don't skew too far from neutral.

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Does anyone have experience with I-Codi lenses? I'm eyeballing these, http://www.uniqso.com/big-eyes-circle-lenses/blue-circle-lenses/icodi-colors-of-the-wind-no-26-crystal-water

>> No.8925946

I love I-codi. Their Colors of the Wind series has nice color and design.

>> No.8926969
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Gulls! For anyone who's been wanting Too Faced Chocolate palette, hsn.com has a set that also comes with blush, mascara, eyeshadow primer, and a subscription to Allure all for $49 shipped. PLUS, if this is your first time shopping on HSN, you can use "151253" to get $20 off your purchase. I don't think it'll work with this set but you can just add $20 of stuff to your order.


I found you can get a $8 rebate instead of the magazine if you follow the instructions here:

I'm not a shill for HSN and I get nothing for sharing this deal with you all. I've been wanting the palette and blush for a long time and figured I'd share!

>> No.8927031

Has anyone used bimatoprost? Did it work?

>> No.8927676


I feel this. My MAC matte lipstick tastes and smells like cocoa and its one of my favorite things about it

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What about that sweet peach pallette? I've never had to deal with makeup products selling out. It's apparently selling at Ulta on the 25th, so should I be checking my phone at midnight or no?

>> No.8928792

Does mineral powder go on before BB cream? I'm so confuse.

>> No.8929011

mineral powder first then bb cream. then treat any problem areas with a stick.

>> No.8929769

If someone's got a makeup order chart, that would be awesome.

>> No.8933330
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I have an issue with my powder/foundation combo.

When I apply it, I put on my drugstore foundation and then powder on top, just to cover problem areas, not my entire face. that leads to blush sticking to the foundation area and through the day i have awkward areas of orange/pink under my eyes and cheek.

how do i avoid this? what kind of foundation and powder combo should i wear? one that doesnt give my wrinkles that i dont even have would be nice

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