Anonymous asked: What's the difference between a bb cream and cc cream?
BB creams are a lighter coverage alternative to foundation with lots of skincare benefits and sunscreen included. CC creams are typically more lightweight on the skin. They’re meant to be color correcting and tend to have light-diffusing particles to even skintone. But in the end they’re pretty similar! They both vary a lot from brand to brand, though. A BB cream from one brand could be heavier than a CC from another brand, so it’s not set in stone. :)
Anonymous asked: Yes, that's the emilia look :) thanks!
Okay great! And no problem! It’ll be up tonight :)
Anonymous asked: Hi! Could you do a makeup tutorial of Emilia Clarke's 2013 GQ photoshoot? They have a video of it on YouTube :)
Sure! I think I’ll have time for that tonight. It’s the look with soft smokey eyeliner and pale lips, right?
Anonymous asked: I have pretty thick eyebrows, and totally look up to Brooke shields - any tips on how to fill brows in, but having them still look natural?
For thick eyebrows, I would definitely stick to powder to fill them in! A slightly lighter color that is the same tone (aka, matches the ashy tone of your brows or the warm tone of your brows) would work best. And for tips, just realize that you don’t need to fill in every single inch of your brow. Focus on the parts that really need it (most likely the ends). And then set with a clear brow gel to blend the powder in. If you want an even more natural option for a light makeup day, a tinted brow gel like Benefit’s Gimme Brow or MAC Pro Longwear Brow Set lightly fills in and defines brows without looking heavy, since thick brows don’t need as much help!
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