Are you down to mix things up a little?
Well, that’s just awesome, because today I’d like to open up a forum! My idea is that you can all ask for product recommendations or general beauty advice down in the comments. At the same time, it would be great if you could answer any questions from the other readers — and obviously, I’ll do the same!
Let me go first!
False lashes for long lashlines?
Honestly, I’m not the biggest fan of falsies and only like those natural styles that basically just make you look like you were born with great lashes.
Individuals work quite well for that, but I’d also like to get a few full-strip styles that give the same effect. The problem is that in Italy it’s pretty hard to find any falsies other than MAC’s and MUFE’s, and I don’t really want to spend that much on lashes.
I can get other brands online, but it’s not easy to choose the right ones, you know? Like, I got a pair of Ardell Demi Wispies, but the strip is too short for my big eyes… Do you think I should get the Wispies, then?
Do you have any other recommendations? What I need is affordable, natural-looking lashes with a pretty long, clear strip.
Setting powder for a dry under-eye area?
I’ve already told you numerous times that I have oily skin, but I don’t think I told you that my eye area isn’t. It’s actually more normal to dry, and I find that most setting powders tend to emphasize the dryness.
So, what’s your favorite setting powder for a dry under-eye area?
A brush for cream blush/bronzer?
I’ve mentioned here and there that lately I’ve been all about cream blushes and bronzers. I normally use my fingers to apply blushes and my Real Techniques Retractable Kabuki Brush for bronzers, but that’s the brush I usually keep in my handbag, so I’d like to get another one.
What do you think of the Real Techniques Stippling Brush? Any other recommendations?
Now it’s your turn, ladies! Shoot any beauty-related questions you may have, and answer mine or those of the other readers if you can.
C’mon, don’t be shy. It’ll be fun! 😉