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How to Choose the Ideal Skirt to Match Your Figure

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This Simple Trick Will Help You Find Out If You’d Look Good With Short Hair

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14 Beauty Tips From Top Models That Will Be Useful For Every Woman

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9 Tricks for Magnificent Manicures and Beautiful Nails

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5 Basic Makeup Techniques Every Woman Should Master

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7 Tricks From a Makeup Artist to Help You Look Younger

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This Incredible Accessory Easily Turns Into a Snood, Dress, Skirt, Vest…

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10 Gorgeous Dresses Every Woman Should Own

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How to Apply Eyeliner Perfectly Based On Your Eye Shape

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6 Makeup Tricks You Need to Stop Doing

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4 Makeup Artist Tricks for a Total Makeover in 5 Minutes

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10 Mistakes That Ruin Your Winged Eyeliner

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Chinese Fashion Inspired Makeup

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Want to see more? You could follow my blog? It's free! :D Bethany's version: For this collaboration what we did was use some pictures of the makeup from a Chineses fashion show as inspiration and then each come up with our own interpretation. I found it really interesting to see how we each interpreted the looks to come up with our looks :) Inspiration pics: Music by Deem: -------------------------------------------------------------- Where else to find me: Website/Blog: ‪‪‪‪‬‬‬‬ Twitter: ‪‪‪‪‬‬‬‬ Facebook Page: ‪‪‪‪‬‬‬‬ My second Channel: ‪‪‪‪‬‬‬‬ Deviant Art Account: ‪‪‪‪‬‬‬‬ Google+ : ‪‪‪‬‬‬ Tumblr: ‪‪‬‬ -------------------------------------------------------------- What I used: (I'm not going to list the foundation I used because it's rubbish) -Sleek Red Blusher (I have a really old blush from sleek so the packaging looks different to the new design) : -Sigma Brushes: -Sigma E35 Tapered Blending Brush (*) -Sigma Sort Shader E20 (*) -Sleek Acid Pallet: -e.l.f Concealer Brush: -e.l.f Cream Liner: -Eyeliner Brush (got this one as a freebee with some eyeliners): -Barry M Kohl Black Eyeliner (*): -Nail Art Brush (if you use this for makeup ONLY use it for makeup): -Black Rhinestones: -Royal Lash Glue: -Hot Kandi False lashes in no. 258 (*): -Silver Rhinestones: -Stargazer False Lashes (no.60): -e.l.f spf 15 Lip Balm: DISCLAIMER: The items marked above with a (*) were send to me for free/consideration. I do not use anything which I do not like regardless of weather it was sent to me for free or bought with my own money, I only use affordable Makeup. I make videos for the e.l.f uk channel so I am sent many of their products, however I am NOT paid by them. I also make videos for the BarryM channel but again I am not paid by them.I am a Sigma Brushes affiliate which means that if somebody buys Sigma brushes I get a commission from the sale. Tags: Smokey Eyes easy tutorial 化妝教程 化妆教程 maquillaje ماكياج التعليمي मेकअप ट्यूटोरियल Макияж учебник 化粧チュートリアル Affordable Klaire de Lys Art Cruelty-free

Cosmetics // Soft Skin

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Cosmetics hail from Vancouver, B.C. We can't get enough of them. This is Soft Skin. video made by wooden lens

The Story of Cosmetics (2010)

98 Views0 Comments The Story of Cosmetics, released on July 21st, 2010, examines the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in our everyday personal care products, from lipstick to baby shampoo. Produced with Free Range Studios and hosted by Annie Leonard, the seven-minute film by The Story of Stuff Project reveals the implications for consumer and worker health and the environment, and outlines ways we can move the industry away from hazardous chemicals and towards safer alternatives. The film concludes with a call for viewers to support legislation aimed at ensuring the safety of cosmetics and personal care products. And, for all you fact checkers out there, Help us caption & translate this video!

Beautiful Flapper – 1920’s Fashion Movie 3

118 Views0 Comments Women's Style in the 1920's The Silhouette,Colors and Hemlines revolution ! Body Outline was straight, no curves at all. Sleeveless wispy dresses with little if no visible waistline. Lots of beads were the rage. Close fitting hats, low over the forehead,almost cupping the face - the Cloche or Bell Hat being the most popular. Flared Skirts raised up to the knee, though by the early 1930's they went back down again to echo the depression atmosphere. Popular colors were browns and blues for day wear and pastels for evening wear. Rolled Stockings became a must for any style conscious flapper. Bob hairstyles were hugely popular 1920's Makeup took off with the innovations of Max Factor.

Grace Kelly: Fashion Icon, Beautiful

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Here's another one of my fashion icons, Grace Kelly, she literally had grace and style. Enjoy song: Beautiful artist: Late Night Alumni

Cosmetics – Black Leather Gloves

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1940s Fashion – How to Dress and Makeup

110 Views0 Comments Vintage Fashion and beauty. A woman's daily routine featuring the Dress,Hair and Make-up styles of the late 1940's. From the Prelinger Archive

Beauty & Fashion Makeovers

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Three lucky women get dramatic head-to-toe makeovers for the holiday season. Good Housekeeping Videos: Good Housekeeping Magazine: Subscribe to Good Housekeeping: -

1940’s Fashion Film – Tutorial – How to Apply Makeup

91 Views0 Comments and Part two of the classic Vintage 1940's Makeup Tutorial Film courtesy of the Prelinger Archive. Enjoy !

Hollywood Glamour – 1920’s Fashion Movie

79 Views0 Comments Hollywood Fashion and beauty from the 1920's ! A women's fashion film featuring prominent actresses of the silent movie period, modeling the latest trends in 1920's fashion. This film shows some beautiful vintage women's clothing,hairstyles and hats. Full Murray Glass film from -

(HD) Mar Jawan – Fashion

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Fashion mar jawaan priyanka chopra kangna ranaut high quality

1930s Fashion – Fashion and Design during the Depression

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Fashion during the "Great Depression"