Earlier this month, I found a good use to my $15 off Sephora gift card and picked up Philosophy Hope For the Best 3-in-1 Skincare Set. The set contains a 4 oz Purity Made Simple, 1 oz Hope In A Jar and 0.25 oz Eye Hope.
Below are some celebrities with makeup that made me cringe *lol* Let’s see who made it on the list this year.
From the two-toned hair, mismatched foundation to the 80s contouring, drag queen lashes and scary red lips, there are just too many things that went wrong with Aubrey O’Day in this picture.
Here’s baby Zozo wishing everyone a great Christmas =)
Unless you are supermodel Gisele Bundchen, having a flawless complexion takes a lot more than just good genes. Below are some tricks that I use:
Puckering up to our favorite lip gloss at a restaurant after a meal, reapplying that disappearing eyeliner in the bathroom of the hottest club, powdering our noses on the train – we have all done our makeup in public to a certain extent.
While some people take it to the extreme (I have seen girls do their whole face – foundation, concealer, powder, eyeshadow, eyeliner, mascara, blush, lips etc. – on the train), I am only guilty of touching up my eye and lip makeup in public.
So let me ask you ladies, what’s your take on painting your faces in public? Do you do it and how far would you go?