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« Reply #20 on: July 04, 2005 11:03:34 PM »

Well, I ended up doing something, so here's my Fourth of July make-up! Grin

Sorry for the crappiness! I can only scan the make-up, now, as I don't have a digital camera.


That totally made me laugh, cause at first i thought u smudged ur eyes so we "wont know who u REALLY are" and i was thinking "why did she do that? And then i read that you had to scan your FACE. lol. I used to do that, dont worry. Also, from what I could see the make up is cute.

I love make up art, but im usually too lazy to wear any and also i have a boyfriend so it all comes off, ie: rubbing my face on his chest, kissing-even pecks, or just plain old cuddling. Plus, he usually tells me i dont need it. But I'm sooo in love with MAC. I dont own any, but I LOVE the results I've seen on other people...its just soo out of my price range. I used to do my face up in acrylic paint (like a cat from CATS: the musical- im an artist too so it wasnt really crappy) and go to the coffee store and half price books. People thought I was in a theatre production and that I was like 20 something when i was only 13 lol.

Anyway I dont do that now, but I do try to do make up like the 50s pin up girls with my own style tho. *as u can see in my avatar). I found out a cool trick that my mom's friend taught me was to put on your lipstick and lipgloss, and then add a dash of white eye shadow in the center bottom lip and then press. It adds a really nice touch. I usually end up taking oodles of pictures of me being 50s-ish in the bathroom lol (best lighting) Or outside...in black and white of course! I love taking pictures. I hate not having a model sometimes though lol.

I also find that liquid eyeliner stays on better (well this one brand i use does, until it gets old. I tried another brand but it sucked...) I gotta find out the name.

Anyway, I may post more later maybe.
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« Reply #21 on: July 05, 2005 03:56:38 PM »

Sometimes I find that liquid eyeliner looks cool when you put it on and then splash your face with water.  Alot of it will wash off, but what stays on looks perfect.  I use NYC because it's really cheap.  1 dollar for eyeliner, you can't beat that!
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« Reply #22 on: July 05, 2005 06:00:41 PM »

If you do that won't you get black smudges all over your face?
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« Reply #23 on: July 05, 2005 06:47:41 PM »

What a great thread! Oh gosh I could play with makeup for hours...*sigh* my favorite eyeshadow has got to be Jane's Eye Zings. There are so many great colors (i own at least 6) lol, they're cheap, and very nice pigment and intensity. yay.  I love seeing all of your makeup-creations!  Cheesy
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« Reply #24 on: July 05, 2005 07:26:12 PM »

Oh! My favorite eyeshadows are Jane Hit & Miss  ( Line your eyes with Hit using an eyeliner brush.  Dust on some Miss.  It's kinda subdued, yet I always got compliments on it.)  and this shimmery aqua/green eyeshadow from Sally's Beauty Supply.  It is in a cardboard container.
Mascara:  Jane Hi Fiber Mascara in purple.  I use it every day.  It contrasts well with my greenish/hazel eyes so it is good for a quick fix
Eyeliner: Rimmel Exaggerate.  Black and purple are my standbys.
Lip stuff:  This one kind of lipstick from Jane in Starlet Rose.  Lip gloss from Sephora is the best.  I lost mine, though. *cries*

I'll post some pics after I make my pilgrimage to wal-mart to get a new eyeliner.
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« Reply #25 on: July 06, 2005 07:02:20 AM »

If you do that won't you get black smudges all over your face?

Not really, I just wipe those off.
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« Reply #26 on: July 06, 2005 11:34:43 AM »

I hope this is the right section to put this in, since it's not exactly a project...  Anyway, I am one of those people who considers makeup to be an art.  I especially love funky, outragous, and bold makeup, though I don't really wear it that often because it doesn't go with my...erm...style I guess you could say.  Since this is an arts and crafts website I thought it would be safe to post this here.  I was thinking it would be cool if people posted pictures of themselves with their coolest makeup on, kind of like on this site http://limecrime.net/ (extras:makeup), or just kind of explained how they like to do their makeup. I guess it doesn't have to be quite as wild as lime crime, but if people could share how their favorite ways to do their makeup I'd appreciate it.  I love seeing the creative things people come up with.    Smiley


AHHHH LIMECRIME!!! XENIA = <33333333 i love her.

I always do bold dramatic eye makeup. I should post pictures some day Wink
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« Reply #27 on: July 07, 2005 01:41:05 PM »

I wanna play!!

I hardly ever wear makeup--okay, fine, I never wear makeup.  The last time I wore makeup was when I had to sit through the boring Honor's Day assembly, so I stole my friend's purse and painted my face with her ridiculous lipstick.  Haha, that was a good day.

I just don't wear makeup regularly because I think people in general look much prettier without it.  But when I am bored, it's always fun to do stuff with different colors.
Here's what I came up with today:


Sometimes, when I go to a dance and stuff like that, I'll do something crazy like bright red lipstick and green eyeshadow:

I think green and red are so pretty.
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« Reply #28 on: July 07, 2005 01:58:13 PM »

lemonade, you look so PURDY! I love this thread, more than life itself.
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« Reply #29 on: July 07, 2005 02:59:01 PM »

These are so great!  I'll have to try and come up with something cool to post.
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