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xoxbeatuful_disasterxox asked:

22 Sep 2010

Make up with grey dress

I have a date on Saturday and I've decided to wear a grey dress...I'm a brunette and was wondering was wondering what make up I could wear, I want to look as natural as I can, please help!!



ninja_nikki says:

Posted on 22 Sep 2010

always like going for a natural look.

Of course start with the basic- Cover up, foundation, finishing powder

Maybe some light pink blush.

Then layer your inner upper tearduct with black eyeliner. (Gives the apperence of bigger eyes).

Then your inner lower tearduct put some white eyeliner. You can try some false eyelashes and coat them with masscare. Or get some really good masscare and just use that instead of the falsies. As long as your eyelashes look long and thick. Then finish off with a nude lipstick.

*This may...not work for you, because everybody is different and what might look good on one person may not work for the other.

*Just experiment and see what works best for you. I'm not the best with makeup when it comes to "Important" occasions.

Remember to play up your best features. (lips, eyes, etc.)

....and wash your face everynight to prevent sudden breakouts.


fathima says:

Posted on 22 Sep 2010


- Opt for tinted moisturizer, it blends and evens out the skin while moisturizing and is so thin that it`s literally unnoticeable.

- For heavier coverage, use concealer chosen to blend with your skin to dot over spots and then finish the face with a tinted moisturizer for a lighter look.

- Concealers with yellow undertones tend to hide blemishes best.


I think you should go for the eyes a smoky gray.


- Avoid glittery or super glossy lipstick, which looks very made up.

- To choose the appropriate color, bite your lips gently to see what color comes up. Match the lipstick color to this.

- Make your color last longer with a clear lip gloss to set it.

- For days when you want your eyes to be the focus, stick to just a transparent gloss for your lips and let your natural color shine.


sena95 says:

Posted on 22 Sep 2010




Black Eyeshadow

black eye liner


red lip stick



mistress1209 says:

Posted on 22 Sep 2010

silver-y pearl shimmer eyeshadow with heavily lined eyes and tons of mascara. go with a rosey tone for blush and nude lips. I was thinking all-gray heavy eyeshadow but it's just gonna be too much.

something like J. Lo's here...


jod_mets says:

Posted on 25 Sep 2010

I love her makeup!

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