Beware of mineral makeup when getting your picture taken. Your face may look perfect in person, but minerals do not photograph well. Unless they are specifically formulated to be matte, most minerals have light reflecting properties. They give a beautiful glow in natural light. But they don’t hold up to the scrutiny of a camera. This is especially true of today’s high-definition cameras.
For a camera-ready look of flawless skin, e.l.f. cosmetics has come to the rescue.
High Definition Powder by e.l.f.
This loose powder gives a whisper soft, flawless look to your skin. The powder is very fine and very lightweight. You won’t feel it on your skin but you’ll notice the effects. Use it as a finishing powder over your other makeup. I apply it after I’ve done my foundation, blush, the whole face. It provides a matte finish without looking dull and it hides the pores on my nose. I use the puff that is included but you could also use a fluffy brush like a kabuki brush. Don’t be alarmed that the powder is pure white. It will not make your face look white when applied.
And the best part: It’s only $6.00.
March 22 is the birthday of two of our best modern day composers: Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Happy Birthday, gentlemen. Thank you for all of the wonderful music.
I love rock and roll. And don’t we all love Joan Jett?
Sephora is offering a collection from Make Up For Ever to give you the rock edge of Joan Jett and her punk girls.
These three pieces were used on the set on The Runaways movie to give Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning the look of the rockers.
The collection includes:
Eyeshadow in Bronze 84 – $17
Aqua Eyes in Mat Black – $17
Aqua Smoky Lash in Extra Black – $22
Buy the whole collection from Sephora and rock on.
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