Monday, March 2nd, 2015

Temptalia Asks You


What beauty advice would you give your younger self if you could? Share!

Temptalia's AnswerWEAR SUNSCREEN!!!!! Followed by, “Consider moisturizing and cleansing your face on a daily basis.” I got into beauty/makeup when I went to college, but before then, I didn’t have a skincare routine at all. I’m sure I had cleanser and the like, but it wasn’t a routine.

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Sunday, March 1st, 2015

Temptalia Asks You


How many bad products can a brand put out before you develop a negative opinion of them as a whole? Share!

Temptalia's AnswerTwo or three core kind of products, e.g. eyeshadows, blushes, lipsticks.

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Saturday, February 28th, 2015

Temptalia Asks You


How much do you pay attention to a product’s claims? Share!

Temptalia's AnswerIt’s no secret that products in these parts live and die by the claims they make, and I’ve been looking at them for so long now that I really think brands should be held accountable for what they say (I would rather they made reasonable claims!).

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Friday, February 27th, 2015

Temptalia Asks You


What product type (as a whole) could use improvement? Share!

Temptalia's AnswerFoundation shades could be expanded as far as both covering all aspects of the skin tone spectrum as well as for undertones.

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Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Temptalia Asks You


What was the last product that really impressed you? Share!

Temptalia's AnswerBurberry’s Wet & Dry Glow in #002. Other ones that come to mind: MUFE Artist Shadows, Burberry’s holiday highlighter, OCC Technopagan.

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Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

Temptalia Asks You


How do you figure out what colors to wear together (in a makeup look)? Share!

Temptalia's AnswerA lot of it is experience, I think, and knowing what kind of combinations I like seeing together (or which ones I don’t!). You can also get a lot of inspiration from collection promo shots, palettes, quads, etc. that are already showcasing a set of shades together. Another way is to swatch everything on your arm or hand first, so you can see how things blend or pair together before putting in all the effort.

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