Saturday, October 18th, 2014

Temptalia Asks You


What part of your makeup usually takes you the longest? Share!

Temptalia's AnswerEyes!

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Friday, October 17th, 2014

Temptalia Asks You


What’s your current routine for your eyebrows? Do you fill them in? Brush and go? Gel/wax? Share!

Temptalia's AnswerI fill mine in using an angled brush and powder eyeshadow, then I use a spoolie brush to comb through to soften and get everything into place. I keep brow hairs in place using a gel.

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Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Temptalia Asks You


Do you think eye cream is a must-have? Share!

Temptalia's AnswerI doubt they’ll hurt, but just keeping the area hydrated and protected (sunscreen, sunglasses) from any face cream/moisturizer helps but genetics play such a huge role in how we age, where we age, etc. I don’t think a specific eye cream is necessary, as long as you have a good moisturizer for your face.

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Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

Temptalia Asks You


How do you store your double-ended brushes? Share!

Temptalia's AnswerI keep them in a plastic bin in a drawer!

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Tuesday, October 14th, 2014

Temptalia Asks You


How do you apply cream blush? Share your technique!

Temptalia's AnswerI apply with a stippling brush first, and then I’ll work the color along the cheeks. To blend out the edges, I will use my fingertips or a rounded face brush.

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Monday, October 13th, 2014

Temptalia Asks You


How do you deal with eyeshadow fallout? Share!

Temptalia's AnswerApply eyeshadows first, then use a cotton pad and makeup remover to get the fallout off. Tape (applied to the back of the hand first, so it isn’t as tacky) can help remove stubborn bits of glitter. When all else fails, I’ll apply a light layer of additional foundation over the area to minimize.

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