It Takes How Long?

So I am still at home recuperating from an injury a few months ago, and I am now to the point where I could dress if I had the time to. According to my wife I have almost 8 hours after the kid leaves for school in which to dress, But how much time does that really give you. That got me onto the question of how much time does it really take me to get ready?

So my best guess, worst case estimated times for how long it takes me to get ready are

  • 1 hour – To pick out clothes / set up
  • 1/2 to 1 hour – Showering
  • 1/2 hour – To shave my face.
  • 1/2 to 3/4 hour – Nail application.
  • 1/2 or 1 hour for makeup prep and application.
  • 15 minutes to get dressed.

So lets break this down a bit further.

Picking Out Clothes / Set Up.

One hour to pick out all the clothes I will be wearing. I could do less but if I am taking some pictures it is way easier to have everything out and have it all hanging up to be swapped out between pictures. Our closet is very small and I only have a handful of items hanging up so most of my clothes are still packed into totes so everything has to be removed so I can find what I am looking for. Plus I also at this time try to get the camera and tripod all set up so all I have to do is either drag it outside or have it already to go inside.

Showering.

Half hour to a full hour depending on if I have already shaved my legs. The first time is the hardest due to the fact that I have not shaved my legs for at least 6 months. I stand in the shower for quite awhile to give the hairs time to soften and then with at least 3 brand new razors and a ton of shaving gel I get to the point where I can use a final new razor to clean up all the stragglers.

Shaving.

Half hour dedicated to shaving my face very slowly and carefully as to clean up all the stubble I can find. I don’t really have a favourite type of razor for this as I usually have to pick out the cheapest razors at the time but for the most part I prefer multi blade razors with the aloe strip so my face is not shredded. I shave at least twice to make sure I have everything cleaned up because there is nothing worse than your foundation sponge getting caught on left over stubble. After my face has had a chance to calm down I apply my moisturiser so it has lots of time to set in.

Nails.

Half to Three quarters of an hour for Nail application. I never paint my own nails because I am terrible with my non dominant hand and my natural nails are always in bad shape due to my work. I take the time and make my own fake nails which I can then wear with just some 2 sided tape and remove at the end of the night and then use again. With fake nails I don’t have to worry about trying to grow out my own and I can make multiple pairs all with different lengths and shapes. Worst part about application is cutting the proper shapes for each nail then trying to get the protective tape off the back and then applying each nail so it looks straight hence the larger amount of time allocated for this task.

Makeup prep and Application.

Three quarters to one hour to set-up and apply makeup. I really like to sit down and take the time to apply my makeup. I take a bit to get all of my products set out along with all the brushes and tools I will be using. Then it`s down to the business of starting application. Foundation has to be built up and concealer added to brighten the eye area. Eyeshadow takes me the longest to make sure both eyes look somewhat the same, and depending on what look I am trying to achieve. I also try my best with my eye liner but as of yet not attained a job that I am ready to say I am happy with. My lips have to be lined out with a brush or liner and try to make my lips look bigger and then filled with the brush and then right from the tube. Moving onto some blush and trying my best to contour then finishing it all off with some highlighter.

So really the only time if would take me the almost four full hours to get dressed would be if I had not dressed for awhile and was taking picture’s. I don’t have to spend an hour to pick out clothes and match them and I could get dressed easier if I hold my nails off till after getting dressed. If I knocked off a fewer of the higher times off I could probably get it down to two hours and fifteen minutes which seems decent and was probably my average last summer. I am sure now that I am able and do have some extra time there will be some dressing in the near future but there are no plans as of yet. Maybe with some luck I can get the wife to help me with some pictures.

So how long does it take you to get ready? Do you have any methods that can cut your time down? Let me know in the comments.

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Revlon Lipstick Collection.

So staying on the topic of makeup for a few more posts, I thought I would go through my Revlon Lipstick collection and tell you what colors and finishes I currently have. I was prompted to try out the Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick after finding them on sale for $4.99(Cnd) so at that price, it did not hurt to try. I really liked the feel and finish so I bought a whole bunch more. I would like to say all of the colors I bought were perfect but you know that would not be true

I don’t recall the first one I bought was but I was impressed, So far the only one I really don’t like is Plum Velour which has sheer coverage. I have very small lips and was never able to get them to look right even when overdrawing my natural lip line. As of writing this I still have not been able to use the Show Stopper color yet but seeing as I still have some free time I think I may be able to fit it in soon (I hope).

Another great thing is they have windows in the lid which makes it easier to see what color you are reaching for, except on the Matte versions. I like this idea even though I keep all mine with the label facing up so I can read the names.

One last thing I have to say about these is that I really love the presentation on Love is On. The packaging reminds me of higher-end brands and with the color and writing on the inner tube, it just looks really fancy to me.

027 – Violet Frenzy – Pearl

051 – Red Rules The Word – Matte

052 – Show Stopper – Matte

053 – So Lit! – Matte

435 – Love That Pink – Creme

657 – Fuchsia Fusion – Pearl

720 – Fire & Ice – Creme

740 – Certainly Red – Creme

745 – Love Is On – Creme

850 – Plum Velour – Sheer

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Yet another Makeup Purchase.

So after Christmas and before my accident I had been able to pick up some new makeup. I was hoping for some quiet time after the holidays were over but things did not turn out like that. But I guess I can post up the new makeup I was able to get. The pictures are not the greatest because I was not able to walk around the house to get the best light for the pictures.

Just a little after Christmas I found some of the E.L.F. Holiday kits on sale at the local drug store for 60% off. I grabbed a new 48 color Eyeshadow kit that came with eyeshadow and blending brushes which themselves would be well worth the price I paid for it. Not sure I will even use the eyeshadows since I have barely been able to even use half of the colors from the last E.L.F. set I bought last year so I may give this to my wife and keep the brushes for myself as she has a decent set of brushes. I was super happy with the set of eye brushes I picked up last holiday season. It’s amazing how much more detail and control you can have using the right tools for the job instead of the crappy little sponge applicators you normally get with eyeshadow.

The second kit I picked up was an E.L.F. Contouring kit that also came packaged with a nice wide brush for application. I started some practase last summer using contouring and I really liked how it looked. The brush that came with this kit seems like it will be a real help seeing it’s a thick wide shape to help.

Maybelline products have been high on my lists recently because I tried there Matte+Poreless foundation and I was amazed at how it felt, the coverage and even how it looked in pictures too. I have tried some of their lipstick, mascara, eyeliner and highlighting kits all which I am so far really liking. So when I first saw the adverts for their new Color Sensational Made For All lipstick shades I knew I had to pick up a few. More specifically Red For Me and Ruby For Me seeing as I have been going for more vibrant reds lately. I am really happy with other Color Sensational lipsticks I have and am hoping these ones are just as good.

Red For Me is a Matte red and the Ruby For Me has a great sheen too it from what I have seen in ads and videos on the net. All the new cases have a similar color as the lipstick inside with a matte finish on the Red For Me. I have yet to try these but I am hoping that sometime soon I will be able to sit down and try all this new stuff seeing as with my injury I am going to be off my feet for a bit longer while everything heals.

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Getting over my Shopping Fears.

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While browsing through the makeup aisle recently,  I thought about how long it has taken me to get to the point where I am comfortable enough on my own to head into the store and look at and buy whatever makeup or clothes I want.  It’s been about 20 years since I bought my first items of makeup with my Wife’s (Then Girlfriend) help.  Since then it’s been a long trip learning how to shop for makeup and clothes by myself.  It took me a long time to bring my confidence level up to the point where I am able to head out and shop on my own which I think is better for both of us,  don’t get me wrong I love shopping with the wife but when shopping for Cynthia it can be stressful.  My wife does not wear a lot of makeup to begin with so she does not really enjoy browsing.

I can still recall like yesterday how our first trip went.  After telling the wife about Cynthia I had asked if she would help me pick up some makeup.   She agreed and we headed to the local Wal-Mart.   I can remember sitting on the car waiting to go in and shaking like a leaf I was so stressed out.  I wanted the entire Covergirl Fall line at that time but I was not able to afford it.  We were both a little nervous about the whole situation and just wanted to get in and out as fast as possible.  Some bad choices were made,  but we were young and it was a learning experience.

Shopping trips went on like this for years,   heading into stores with a vague idea of what I wanted or needed with the wife quietly asking me questions.  This caused the wife much stress as she was always worried that someone would overhear that our purchases were not for her, but me.  I admit I was worried about this as well back then,  but that faded.

It took a long time for me to reach the F**K it moment and realize that no one cares what you are buying,  they just want to go home.  It was also getting annoying for the wife to have to go out and help every time I wanted something new from the stores,  and I can totally agree with that.  I am not going to lie,  It was so easy for me to drop into a pink fog,  it was not even funny.  I cannot even imagine what it was like living with me at those times.

It was the perfect storm that helped me get off my ass and over my fears.  Firstly one of my favorite stores was having a 70% off sale which meant I could get the bra set I had my eyes on,  and only for about 17 dollars.  Secondly the wife was sick at the time and was in no shape to be heading out in the crappy January weather.  I knew it was now or never,  I checked online and made sure the items I wanted were still in stock in store,  I made my list and waited till I was done work and headed off to Addition Elle.  I did have a friend who offered to take me as well,  but I knew if I did not do this on my own now I never would.

With list in hand, I sat in the car for at least a good 10 minutes waiting for the store to look a little more empty.  When it looked quiet I headed in and straight up to a sales assistant at the front counter and asked for some help getting some presents for my wife,  she was more than willing to help and thought my list was a great idea.  I am sure while talking to her I was as red as a beet but she either didn’t notice or didn’t care.  In no time she had found 3 of the 4 items I really wanted and was ever so helpful in finding something very close to the last one I wanted.  I paid my bill and left the store with my purchases and felt as high as the clouds that I had done this myself.

Of course, once I had completed this task it just seemed to get easier and easier.  Soon I was not even taking a list in with me,  just walking in and heading right over to the sale racks,  looking through and grabbing what I wanted.  Not more mention of buying for my wife because no one ever asked me,  no one really seemed to care as long as I paid and went on my way.  It was true about what they said,  SA’s don’t care (at least from my experience) what the purpose of your visit as long as you be courteous,  pay and leave.

It was not long before I was applying my new-found courage to the makeup aisle as well,  taking my list along with me if I was ever asked if I needed help.  A list is a must have for the makeup aisle just because of the sheer number of brands and products available.  I have been approached only about 3 times while browsing for makeup.  The worst part was going through the checkout and I was sure the lady scanning was going to look up and see who was purchasing the foundation.  Not once did she look up from her task of scanning my items to verify if it was a male or female buying the items.

This post is not a damnation of people who feel they can’t go out and buy for themselves yet.  I was in your heels at one time and I know exactly how you feel.  You may never become comfortable enough go out and get stuff on your own and that’s completely fine.  So many more options are around you could buy everything you ever need and not talk to another human being.

Some tips I have.

  • Do make a list.  Some clothing store websites have the option to check stock,  but it might only be updated every 24 hours.  Make sure you have some backup pieces if needed.
  • Pick stores with self-checkouts.  This can limit your needed interaction with clerks if this makes you nervous.
  • Take proper measurement to reduce returns.  If you are not going to be trying clothes on you will want to make sure you get the proper size.
  • Read reviews before buying products.  I find Makeupalley is great for this as it’s all people who have brought the product.
  • Don’t break your bank,  pick a few items you need and just get those.

When it comes down to it no matter why you are Crossdressing it should be fun and exciting and shopping is just part of it.

 

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Oh, Happy Autumn. Fall 2018

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Normally I never start dressing until at least late October,  but this year I was given the opportunity to start in August,  a very hot August.

The summer here in South Eastern Ontario was brutally hot,  so even though I had the opportunity to dress,  it was too sweltering to do so most times.   I tried,  I really tried to dress on some of the warm days not wanting to waste the time that I had,  but in 25-degree heat,  I was sweating again after even having a cold shower and foundation does not apply well at all on a sweaty face.

But now that fall is starting to creep in and the days and nights are getting cooler it’s way better.  And with the extra time I have had in this seasonal transition period I have been heading out of doors for some better picture taking.  I was able to head out last weekend and get some pictures of myself in the beginning of the layering/sweater weather season.

I started with working on my makeup,  using mostly products from the Maybelline Fit Me lines I have been picking up.  I am really,  really loving the Fit Me Matte + Poreless foundation in Buff Beige (130).  The coverage is awesome and the match is what I have been dreaming of.  I was also trying out the Maybelline Master Blush Color and Highlight kit. img_20180922_100255.jpg This is the first time I have really used a highlighter and I really liked how it turned out,  just an extra little POP.

For my lips, I used some Maybelline Color Sensation lipstick in IMG_20180822_182417Blissful Berry (410),   it’s a gorgeous berry shade but does not really show up great because my cameras are not the greatest.  I spent a lot of extra time on my eyes this time and used my Covergirl Trunaked Dazed palette IMG_20180826_135033which has some really striking colors in it if you are trying to make a statement.

 

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So after I had my makeup all done I decided to start casual with just a pair of jeans and a few tops and get a bit dressier from there.  The first top is longer with slits on both sides.  It’s hard to tell from the pictures but it has a red metallic thread woven throughout the top which gives it a really nice look.

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I first tried A infinity sweater.  I think these were popular about 5-6 years ago but I have not seen any recently.  It looked okay, but with the ammount of extra fabric this piece has it’s probably easier just to get a basic top and a scarf.

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I then moved onto a knee length cardigan which I think is my favorite look of all.  I love how this sweater trails behind you in the wind when you walk.  With the extra large holes in the knit,  I doubt it would be the warmest but it lookes nice.

I changed from the shimmery top to a sleeveless wrap top with a ruffle.  This is more of a summer top but with the right sweater it could be a bright pick me up into the cooler fall.  I paired it with a black ruffled bolero.

I moved on from the tops and pants and tried a dress that I had purchased back at the start of 2016 but have not worn a lot.  It’s long sleeved,  so it’s perfect for cooler weather and the fabric is a bit heavier.  It has a slit up the leg on the left side.  With the long sleeves I would not wear a sweater with this but I may try and pick up a shawl to go along with it

So there are some of my fall picks.  I am sure as the weather gets cooler andI still have some decent time outside I will have some more posts to throw up.

 

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What’s in my Makeup Collection?

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It’s no secret,  I love makeup.

I love trying new brands,  looks and styles.  I love being able to sit down at my makeup mirror and just practise putting it all on and seeing how much better I get each time.  The only thing I really need now is more time to use it all in.

So here for you to see is all the products I am using or testing out.

Tools

Just like everything else you need the right tools for the right job,  same goes for makeup.   I have invested in some decent, but not overly expensive brushes and sponges that seem to be working for me.

I have brushes from Still Cosmetics, E.L.F. and EcoTools.  I have also been using Joe Fresh foundation sponges along with a Quo Blending sponge.

Moisturiser

Moisturiser gets your skin ready for your makeup.  This is all I apply before as I don’t use primers or anything else.  Olay complete had lots of positive reviews and really works well in my opinion.  It does not leave your face feeling greasy and sets in really quick.

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Foundation

Recently I finally found my perfect match with Maybelline Fit me Matte + Poreless IMG_20180909_115528foundation in Buff Beige (130).  I really like the finish and so far it looks good in pictures.  I had picked up a couple of different shades and I know I will have to get some more because right now I am still tanned from working outside all the time

 

 

Concealer

Currently using Maybelline, Covergirl and E.L.F.  The Covergirl and E.L.F. are both stick style and the Maybelline is a liquid type.IMG_20180909_115949

Powders

I have been using Covergirl CG Smoothers powder and just recently picked up some Maybelline Fit me loose finishing powder which I am really enjoying to use to set my foundation.

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Blush and Highlighter

When it comes to blush or highlighter I am a total Noob.  IMG_20180909_120254To be honest I always forget that I even have a blush palette to use most of the time.  But if I do remember,  My E.L.F. Eyeshadow palette contains a entire blush collection plus I bought a E.L.F. Rose gold blush/highlighter combo.  I have tried the highlighter a couple of times now and really like the way it looks so I will be working more with it.

 

 

 

Eyeshadow

My second favourite makeup product and you can tell by the amount I have of it.  I love how I can mix colours to make  new types of looks.  Using E.L.F., Covergirl and Wet n Wild.

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Mascara and Eyeliner

I’ve never really had luck with pencil style eyeliners,  but lord knows I tried.  I find they always jump causing a dotted line effect or maybe I’m not doing it right.IMG_20180909_120450  I have taken the plunge and started using liquid eyeliner and  I gotta say I really,  really like how they work.  It takes no pressure at all to leave a  nice dark line along the eyelid.  Does take some extra time to use and learn though.

I have liners by  Mary Kay, E.L.F. and Maybelline.

 

 

 

 

Lipstick

Hands down my favourite part of my makeup routine.  I started with very muted shades at first but have moved up to very vibrant reds and pinks.

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Been using Covergirl, Revlon, Maybelline, L’oreal, Mary Kay, Lancome and E.L.F.

Eye Makeup Remover

To take my eye makeup off I have been using the Mary Kay Eye Makeup Remover.  I have not tried many other methods,  but this seems to work really well.IMG_20180909_121136  Takes off all the shadows,  liner and mascara.  It does not take very much at all to completely remove everything.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facial Wipes

I don’t have the package for these because they work so well for me the contents outlasted the box.  They are Olay Daily facials, and are great for removing all the rest of the makeup off your face.

They are dry and you just add some warm water and foam them up.  Plus if you want to get even more mileage out of them you could cut them in half.  I am not sure if this style is even made any more.

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So there you have it,  everything that I usualy use in my makeup routine.

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I did a thing on the Internet: Blog Makeup Tag

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I was a little bored the other night and while searching the vastness of the internets came across some makeup question tags on various blogs.  I decided to have a little fun and answer them for myself.  Over the years my appreciation for makeup has grown and I love to use and practise with it every free chance I get.

I pulled these questions from 3 different blogs and kinda mixed them all together and also deleted questions I could not answer,  and then added a few of my own.

While reading this just keep in mind that my makeup knowledge is limited to the few drugstore brands and only one other that I have been able to try in all my Dressing.  I wish I did,  but I do not have the budget to go off and try everything that I would like too.  That list is far too long and expensive.

I have added the links at the bottom of the post to where I found these questions.  I am not trying to steal anything and want to give credit back to where I found them.

1: Do you remember your first makeup item?  Yes,  Way back sometime in 1996 the wife was gracious enough to take me out and help me purchase my first makeup.  Some really bad eyeshadow and some fire engine red lipstick.  Looking back not the best color choices but I needed to learn.

2: What kind of coverage do you prefer from a foundation? Full.

3: What cosmetic brands have you always wanted to try but still haven’t? M.A.C.

4: Favorite drugstore brand?  Covergirl, Revlon or E.L.F.

5: Do you wear fake eyelashes? No

6: What is your most cherished beauty product? The very first “Real” brush set I ever purchased.

 

 

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Ecotools 6 piece day to night brush set.

 

 

7: How often do you shop for makeup? Do you like to pick up an item here and there or get lots of goodies at once?  Usually, I’ll wait and save some money then splurge.

8: Do you have a “beauty budget” or you spend freely? I hate to say it but freely.

9: Do you utilize coupons, rewards cards, and sales when you shop for cosmetics? As much as possible.

10: What type of product do you buy the most of? Lipstick,  with eyeshadow a close second.

 

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Lipsticks by Revlon, Maybelline, Covergirl, Loreal, Mary Kay and Lancome

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Eyeshadows by Covergirl, Wet N Wild and E.L.F.

 

 

 

 

 

11: Is there a brand that you absolutely can’t stand? I don’t think I have tried one yet that I would say I can’t stand.

12: Do you have a favorite place to shop for makeup? Mostly Shoppers Drug Mart,  sometimes Rexall.

13: Favorite bath and body brand? Olay

14: If you could only buy from one brand, which brand would you choose? My favorites are all over the spectrum of brands.  I could not pick just one to use at this point.

15: What brand do you think has the best packaging? I always thought the Mary Kay compacts were a good idea.  Although their eyeshadow pans are very small you could customize 3 eyeshadows, blush and a lipstick.

16: Do you belong to any online makeup communities? Yes,  MakeupAlley

17: Favorite Beauty Gurus?  Makeup Your Mind by @mu_your_mind,  Swatch and Review by @Swatchandreview and Cosmetic Chaos.

18: Do you like multifunctional products like lip and cheek stains? Never tried any

19: Are you clumsy in putting on makeup? Very

20: Do you use makeup base/primer for the eyes? Not yet but I think I need too.

21: What do you apply first, concealer or foundation? Foundation

22: Do you ever consider taking makeup classes? I would love to take some classes.

23: What do you love about makeup? Personally, I love how challenging it can be and how it takes patience and practice to get better.

24: What foundation do you use? I have tried Covergirl, E.L.F., and Maybelline

25: How about concealer? Covergirl and E.L.F.

26: Do you know your undertone color? No, I do not.

27: What do you think of fake eyelashes? I have never tried them.

28: Did you know that you are supposed to change your mascara every 3 months? Yes.

29: What brand of mascara do you use? Trying Rimmell and Maybelline.

30: Sephora or MAC? I have never been to either one but hoping to get to a MAC someday.

31: What makeup tools do you use in makeup application? Combination of brushes and sponges.

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32: What is your favorite eyeshadow (color or shade)? Shimmery blues and golds.

 

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Covergirl Trunaked Jewels palette.

 

33: Do you use a pencil or liquid eyeliner? Pencil now,  but I just picked up a liquid liner I can’t wait to try.

34: How often do you poke your eyes with an eyeliner pencil? I can say I have never (Yet) poked myself in the eye.

35: What is your favorite lipstick? Revlon Super Lustrous right now.

36: How about lipgloss? Only tried once and could not stand how it felt.  Never tried it again.

37: What is your favorite blush to use? I rarely ever use blush,  my lack of knowledge about the application just makes it a mess

38: Do you buy your makeup on eBay? Never

39: Do you like drugstore makeup? It’s really the only thing I ever use.

40: Name a makeup crime that you hate? I’m sure I have committed a few,  no comment.

42: Do you like colorful shades of makeup (lipstick, eyeshadow) or neutral ones? I was into more neutral shades at first but I have branched out into more Vibrant ones lately.

45: If you could leave the house using just ONE makeup item, what would you use? If I was going out I think foundation would be best.

46: In your opinion, what is the BEST makeup line? I don’t think I could pick just one at this point.

47: What do you think of Makeup?? I love it

48: Do you apply your foundation with a brush, sponge, or fingers? Sponge but also trying a brush as well.

49: Do you apply your eyeshadow from light to dark? or dark to light? Light to dark.

50: Concealer first, or after foundation? After foundation

51: Go for manicures, or manicure yourself? I want to someday, but right now I do it all myself

52: Exfoliate lips, face or both? Both

53: On average, how long does it take you to do your makeup? At least an hour.

54: Do you wear makeup everyday and everywhere? No.

55: What release are you most excited about? (Makeup) All the new Wet N Wild.

56: What’s your weakness? Shoes, purses, clothes, jewelry, eyeshadow, lipstick or other? mainly clothes,  but makeup would come in a close second.

57: What do you use to contour? Have not started to use contouring yet.

58: Makeup skill that needs the most practice? Eyes.

59: Liquid eyeliner, pencil or gel? Pencil.

60: Lipstick, lipgloss or chapstick? Lipstick.

61: Pigments, pressed or cream eyeshadow? Pressed.

62: If you had to wear only one thing, excluding foundation; what would it be? Eyeshadow.

63: Favorite color? Purple

64: Natural? or Dramatic? (Eye Makeup) Dramatic

65: Do you care more for quality or name brand? Quality.

66: What is your current addiction? (example: lipsticks, eyeshadows, earrings.) Lipstick.

67: Last makeup item you bought?  A whole bunch of lipsticks by Revlon, Maybelline and Loreal as well as some foundations, eyeshadows and liquid eye liner.

 

68: What product would you most like to try? Wet n Wild Photofocus foundation.  I have read so many reviews that are either glowing or say better than average,  I really want to try this.

69: What is your worst makeup mistake? Never going to get some help with a foundation match.  I have wasted way too much money on colors that are not even close. 

So there it is,  another list.

Questions compiled from:

http://thebeautysection.com/30-beauty-questions-tag/

http://tiffisabeautyjunkie.blogspot.ca/2011/09/40-makeup-questions-tag.html

http://jaclynmittman.com/25-questions-a-makeup-questionnaire/

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