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Old 02-18-2009, 11:27 AM   #466
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Unless when I get the Stila stuff I tell you all it's the best stuff EVAR.
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Old 02-18-2009, 03:47 PM   #467
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Which is the thickest, blackest pencil eyeliner out there? Something that gives the raccoon-eyed effect?
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Old 02-18-2009, 03:53 PM   #468
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Maybe a thicker pencil would work?

The kajal Stila pencil is supposed to be really good for that heavy liner look.

I'm going to have to go back to experimenting with liquid liner tomorrow - my trusty Revlon define a line is no longer.
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Old 02-18-2009, 04:01 PM   #469
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I use black pencil eyeliner and liquid liner on both top and bottom lids to get a proper outline Have you tried the Stila liner? What's it like?
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Old 02-18-2009, 04:04 PM   #470
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I always mess up the liquid stuff. I phail.

I tried a bunch of different liners - pencils, cream, liquid, and the creams seem to work best for me.

I have the Stila stuff on order, and fully plan to report back.

Does anyone else here use it? Thoughts?
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Old 02-18-2009, 04:06 PM   #471
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what is cream eyeliner? Is it still in a pencil form?
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Old 02-18-2009, 04:10 PM   #472
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what is cream eyeliner? Is it still in a pencil form?
Yep - if you go back a page I posted pics of the UD and Stila liners, and they're both creams.

There's also gels - I used to have a Stila smudgepot.



It was ok, think I really would've benefited from a better liner brush.

Speaking of brushes, I need to know where I can get good, but cheap, ones. No way am I spending $20 and up for a damn makeup brush! I spent $12 for a Sephora all over shadow brush and felt guilty for that.
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Old 02-18-2009, 04:13 PM   #473
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MAC has really good eyeliner brushes, and Sephora's own brand has good, inexpensive ones too. Liquid liner just takes a lot of practice.... and resting your elbow on a hard surface helps too
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Yep - if you go back a page I posted pics of the UD and Stila liners, and they're both creams.
Thanks! I definitely need pencil type liner, it's just alot easier for me because I'm always in such a hurry I usually apply it in my car after I park and before I run in to work.
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Old 02-18-2009, 04:44 PM   #475
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MAC has really good eyeliner brushes, and Sephora's own brand has good, inexpensive ones too. Liquid liner just takes a lot of practice.... and resting your elbow on a hard surface helps too
That's how I got the cream liner down.

I had to tell my mom and one of my friends how to do it by the resting the elbow on the surface. I never do it anymore but they can benefit.

I'll have to look at the brushes again next time I'm there. Which should be soon, as I'm almost out of my foundation.

How long does everyone else's Bare minerals last them? A big one for me lasts around 6 months.
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I have Goldmine and heart it. I love gold eyeshadows. I also highly recommend Ricepaper. (MAC) More neutral gold.

I have 2 Stila talking eye paletts.
Original smokey eye. Love it, love it, love it.


Also have a Purrfect Eyes. Kitten is one of the colors.


I am not a fan of cream eyeliners. I don't get the precise line I like. I've been using Loreal liquid eyeliner with the little tapered brush for years and still love it. I don't really like the felt tipped liners either. The brush is harder to use but all it takes is practice to get the looks that you want.

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Old 02-19-2009, 12:54 AM   #477
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Okay so I just found this thread with some fav ppl in it
Skincare loves
SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic serum – expensive but totally changed my skin
SkinCeuticals sunscreen 30 or higher
Philosophy hope in a jar and hope in a tube
Clinique Moisture Surge gel (no breaking out with this)
Chanel Teint Innocence liquid foundation– again – no breaking out
Tarte gel blush
Makeup forever mascara
MAC eyeshadow –Carbon(line eyes with this) and shroom (highlighter)
Nars – deep throat blush and orgasm lip gloss

As for the brushes – MAC normally has specials at Christmastime for sets of 5 brushes for fewer than 40 dollars – normally stock up then

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Okay so I just found this thread with some fav ppl in it
SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic serum – expensive but totally changed my skin


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OOooh! Tell me about this one. I'm always looking for something to help my skin. what did it do for you?
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Chrissi?

I covet those Stila palettes - I think out of shadows I like theirs the best.

I did the liquid liner today, no problem.
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Ladies,

Just got this in my inbox....

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Reap the beautiful benefits. Get a free full-size tube of The Gloss when you spend more than $35 at Benefit Cosmetics. Just enter code GLOSLOVE at checkout, and pucker up quick — the deal expires today.


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