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23-02-2006
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I use maybelline waterproof liquid eyelienr and it NEVER smudges. And its only about $5
Ooohh! I will try that! But before I do, what kind of applicator is it, is it a brush or one of those pointy tipped kind of applicators?

I used a liquid one once.. but it was so hard using a thin brush to apply it.

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I found a great color. It's red on the base, bronze on the crease blended and a dash of brown at the lash line with a liner. This makes your eyes look so beautiful and makes our eyes really POP

I use MAC Cranberry, Honesty, Nylon, Mulch

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Ooohh! I will try that! But before I do, what kind of applicator is it, is it a brush or one of those pointy tipped kind of applicators?

I used a liquid one once.. but it was so hard using a thin brush to apply it.
They have both, I prefer the felt tip type brush, it's way easier to work with!

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Eyebrows
Now that we know how to do eye make-up for asian eyes, we need a new thread on how to trim asian eyebrows... haha! I hate how my eyebrows always look ragged, especially in pictures! It's like a part of it disappears or something.

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Now that we know how to do eye make-up for asian eyes, we need a new thread on how to trim asian eyebrows... haha! I hate how my eyebrows always look ragged, especially in pictures! It's like a part of it disappears or something.
Why can't it stay in this thread? it's still the same area. Or maybe the thread should be changed to just asian makeup?

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Why can't it stay in this thread? it's still the same area. Or maybe the thread should be changed to just asian makeup?
Oh, I know I wrote that I thought we needed a new thread for asian eyebrows, but I was just kidding. I wasn't really serious. It was just my silly way of bringing up another subject... on eyebrows. Hehe.

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Oh, I know I wrote that I thought we needed a new thread for asian eyebrows, but I was just kidding. I wasn't really serious. It was just my silly way of bringing up another subject... on eyebrows. Hehe.
Oh sorry, I was taking you too literally. I don't think asian eyuebrwos need to be taken care of any diff from any other eyebrows, I think they can be groomed just the same.

Here's a basic idea/guide for shaping

Get something straight (pencil works) and hold it parellel to your nose (the first line) that's where your brows shoudl start. Then hold it at 45* angle, that's where the arch should be, and then taper it a bit more and that's where the end should be. Then pluck/trim as needed.

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Oh sorry, I was taking you too literally. I don't think asian eyuebrwos need to be taken care of any diff from any other eyebrows, I think they can be groomed just the same.

Here's a basic idea/guide for shaping

Get something straight (pencil works) and hold it parellel to your nose (the first line) that's where your brows shoudl start. Then hold it at 45* angle, that's where the arch should be, and then taper it a bit more and that's where the end should be. Then pluck/trim as needed.
Thanks for the tip.

I'm kind of waiting for my eyebrows to grow back.

I had my older sister pluck them and they looked horrible for my face, in my opinion. I think they made them too thin... I don't know what's with her and thin eyebrows; she seems to think fuller brows are "messy."

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Now that we know how to do eye make-up for asian eyes, we need a new thread on how to trim asian eyebrows... haha! I hate how my eyebrows always look ragged, especially in pictures! It's like a part of it disappears or something.
I have the same exact problem!! My eyebrows are so light that I can't step out of the house without drawing them in. I'm thinking of getting them tattooed, but not sure yet. Alot of friends of mine got it done, and it actually looks pretty natural.

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hi! my eyelashes are short and rather straight. what is the best mascara for curling and lengthening?.. preferably something smudge proof as well. thanks in advance!

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I have the same exact problem!! My eyebrows are so light that I can't step out of the house without drawing them in. I'm thinking of getting them tattooed, but not sure yet. Alot of friends of mine got it done, and it actually looks pretty natural.
My mom has it done too, they look great on her.

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hi! my eyelashes are short and rather straight. what is the best mascara for curling and lengthening?.. preferably something smudge proof as well. thanks in advance!
hey, I use Benefit badgal mascara. It's really good, I have very short eyelashes too and it does wonders for me. You should actually use a primer first before the mascara, I use one by Estee Lauder. I also you Shu Uemura's eyelash curler.

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^ thanks candyyy! i'll go to sephora this weekend!

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^ hello monsterica, do you the name of this two models??
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