I am very fortunate that my Scandinavian heritage has gifted me with good skin. My grandmother, who was British, was a very beautiful woman, but like most women who grew up in the 1930's and 1940's skin care was not always done. They took a lot of sun, drank socially and smoked. My grandmother instilled in me from a young age the importance of not suntanning and moisterizing. She always said she wished someone had told her when she was my age so I have moisterized since I was 13 years old and never, ever, gone to sleep with makeup on.
I would like to share some of my regime with you now.
The best thing about both of these product is they do not test on animals.
I have also recently started using loose powder eyeshadows. I buy them on Etsy, very reasonably, and I can pick just the colours I want. I find when I buy a set of 4 eyeshadows I only ever use two. I also like the way the loose shadow goes on. You get a better coverage and it blends easily...don't forget ladies, always blend you shadows for a much more finished look. If your order the loose shadows be sure and get the sifter, it is the little thing with holes that goes on top of the container so you don't get too much on the brush.
When applying your masacre avoid the brow crunch. You know, when you open your eyes wide and you have those little furrows in you forehead. If you just relax and apply your mascara you will avoid looking like our friend here one day.
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