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vanessa bond




26 Feb 1994

I love music and I like to write my own songs as well. I'm curently studying and I hope that later on in the future I can achieve my goals of being a lawyer and a professional songwriter.

I love playing around with makeup .. even though i'm not good at it I learn by trying different More saduisahduiash dsau

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vanessa asked:

30 Jun 2009

How do you know what make up is right for you're skin tone ?

Only for Powdered makeup.



barbipixi says:

Posted on 30 Jun 2009

i always get something semi translucent so even if it's a bit off it still blends well

also i'm not one bit scared to pop one open and put some on my face and check it out : P


samigore says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2009

i get an ivory cause its paleish at first but within an hour or so it blends into ur natural skin color

well at least 4 me


undeadxprincess says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2009

lolz, I just sit there and match it to my skin...usually i take a small mirror and hold it up to see if it matches or not.


ctl888 says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2009

You can tell if it matches when once you put some on your skin... it blends right in near your jaw bone. Make sure you check this in natural by going outside in the sun. ( I learned this by the MAC lady.)


amaay says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2009

in the shops, maybe go with no powder on, and look for the one that you think looks nearest to your skin tone, then apply the desired amount. [remember, it might not be your actual colour, so if i were you, i wouldn't put TOO much on.] (:

then, go outside, take out a little mirror, and check it out in the natural light, this way you can see if it matches your skin tone or not.

oh, and it's not really ideal to test it on your hand, because your hand is not nessiceraly the same colour as your face. [i made this mistake.] (;



vanessa says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2009

Thanx so much :)

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