CELEBRITY CASUAL

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HOW TO APPLY LIPSTICK

  •  Checkout your complexion
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  • consider your coloring
  • consider your skin texture
  • consider you preference
  • Exfoliate your lips
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  • Apply lip liner
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  • Apply chap stick to help condition your lips to keep them from drying out under your lipstick
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  • Apply lipstick
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  • Darken the coat
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  • Bloat the lipstick with a tissue. Open your lips and close them over the tissue to remove the excess lipstick
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  • Finished
  • Checkout some lipsticks below
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SHOEGAME

High- heeled footwear is footwear that raises the heel of the wearer’s foot significantly higher than the toes when both the heel and the toes are raised equal amounts, as in a platform shoes. It is significantly not considered to be a high heel. However, there are also high heeled platform shoes. High heels tend to give the aesthetic illusion of longer, more slender legs. High heels come in wider variety of styles, and the heels are found in many different shapes, including stiletto, pump(court shoe), block, tapered, blade, and wedge.
According to high-fashion shoes website like Jimmy Choo and Gucci. High heels covers heels ranging from 2 to 5inces(5.1 to 12.7cm) or more. Extremely high heeled shoes, such as those exceeding 6inches (15cm) strictly speaking, are no longer  considered apparel but rather something akin to “jewelry for the feet”. They are worn for display or the enjoyment of the wearer.

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