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im minimalist right now too but i wanna be prepared to slay without paying to go have my makeup done 
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Originally posted by coconess coconess wrote:

where were all of you for the high end thread? it had turned into an all around make up thread (not just high end..) 

id like more tips/opinions on makeup outside of drugstore.. not necessarily high end though 

like BB asked what are you using for highlighters (in or outside of the drugstore) i believe only 1 person responded.. 

what are the medium-darkish ladies using for that inside peachy colored eye liner/highlighter? 



I guess for me here in the states I have three or four categories:

High End Department Store
Drug Store
Foreign Brands
Competitive online only and Beauty Supply Store
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That high end thread wasn't getting me hype until I saw this:

Originally posted by Rumbera Rumbera wrote:

katchkenda:&amp;amp;amp;amp;#10;&amp;amp;amp;amp;#10;So, this is happening!! Shea Moisture is expanding into makeup for Black women. I wanna try everything here. &amp;amp;amp;amp;#10;ETA: The line will be available at Target. Look out for it Spring/Summer of 2014. I cannot wait. &amp;amp;amp;amp;#10;&amp;amp;amp;amp;#10;THE HEAVENS HAVE LOOKED UPON US WITH FAVOR
 
Look what is coming to Target this Spring/Summer.... Shea Moisture makeup for women of color.
 


Please let this be a win!!!   It looks too good to be true.
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the other thread turned into an all around makeup thread.. we were discussing mac and other not high end things.. and the most recent page had mentioned shea moisture line coming to target.. 

ijs it could have used all this input.. 




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Originally posted by zolloh zolloh wrote:

so what would y'all recommend as a daily products for a lazy minimalist woman. I currently use Iman's BB cream, fill in the eyebrows and clear lipgloss.  My skin is dry and generally clear, other than a few spots of hyper-pigmentation. I'd like to do more but i dont know how or what to do and I'm one of those dark-skinned women who are afraid of color-lipstick/gloss LOL


That's not a bad thing really.   Especially when you have really nice skin.

The thing is you have to find things you won't mind spending a little money on (like wet n' wild and other cheapies) and just spend a few hours "playing make-up" until you find things you like.  Look at magazines etc for women your same complexion and see what attracts your eye.   It took me years to figure out what I liked and now I love everythingLOL.
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one makeup brand I stalk and cry over is Essence. They're collections are so big and cool looking and almost none of it comes over to the US.


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Originally posted by coconess coconess wrote:

the other thread turned into an all around makeup thread.. we were discussing mac and other not high end things.. and the most recent page had mentioned shea moisture line coming to target.. 

ijs it could have used all this input.. 




I don't know how we ended up over in this one but its like a continuation of that discussion I think.   
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Originally posted by kfoxx1998 kfoxx1998 wrote:

Originally posted by zolloh zolloh wrote:

so what would y'all recommend as a daily products for a lazy minimalist woman. I currently use Iman's BB cream, fill in the eyebrows and clear lipgloss.  My skin is dry and generally clear, other than a few spots of hyper-pigmentation. I'd like to do more but i dont know how or what to do and I'm one of those dark-skinned women who are afraid of color-lipstick/gloss LOL


That's not a bad thing really.   Especially when you have really nice skin.

The thing is you have to find things you won't mind spending a little money on (like wet n' wild and other cheapies) and just spend a few hours "playing make-up" until you find things you like.  Look at magazines etc for women your same complexion and see what attracts your eye.   It took me years to figure out what I liked and now I love everythingLOL.
Thanks...I'll be headed to Walgreens today and grab a few play items. I'll def try that monistat gel too Big smile
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Originally posted by slayfresh slayfresh wrote:

one makeup brand I stalk and cry over is Essence. They're collections are so big and cool looking and almost none of it comes over to the US.



I see Ulta has some stuff from them.  Is this the same brand?  I feel like I saw it somewhere in a local store?  Or maybe in Manhattan?  That logo looks familiar.  Anything you would recommend as a try?  The pricing is very decentThumbs Up




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Originally posted by coconess coconess wrote:

what are the medium-darkish ladies using for that inside peachy colored eye liner/highlighter? 



I've been using the Bobby Brown Bisque but it is too oily and I have to use a lot of the powder in the kit to make it stay put.   I have the kit that came with a light concealer, bisque and a yellow powder.   I just ordered the LA Girl Pro Conceal Medium Bisque so I'm hoping that works better.




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