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The Best Eyeliners for Achieving a Perfect Cat Eye

Originally posted on Gossip, Fast Fashion, Female Lifestyle, Sex & Love: CollegeCandy:

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The cat eye is one beauty technique that will truly never go out of style. Not only is it ultra flattering on everyone, it can look classic or modern depending on how you draw it out. You can use black or choose a bright neon hue depending on your mood and the occasion.

A cat eye adds drama even if the rest of your look is low key. Not to mention, it’s always there to save the day when you had a late night and need an eye-opener. Because we want you to get a perfect cat eye every time, we handpicked the absolute best liners out there to deliver precision and ease to your routine.

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Beauty Tip Of The Week : Vaseline On Lashes

Originally posted on SKINNY MINORITY BLOG:

This weeks beauty tip comes from Oraph’s re-nowed makeup artist Reggie Wells. Several years I read an article where he said he often used Vaseline on Halle Berry’s eyelashes!!!!!images

Why you might ask? Vaseline can actually act like a mascara, making lashes fuller and bolder. However, it is not magically so don’t expect it to work like your favorite drugstore brand of mascara, it won’t. However, I find that it is great for running errands or outings with when you want to be put-together and natural.

The good news is it can also be worn under mascara. I wore it under mine yesterday and it was perfect. I wanted to look polished but not too done.  You simply apply lightly with finger tips or or with a Q-tip, I perfer to use my fingers. Try it and tell us how it worked.

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Gwen Stefani’s Much-Anticiapated OPI Collection Finally Hits Shelves (PHOTOS)

Originally posted on Global Grind:

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Gwen Stefani’s baby is finally here! While we are excited about the little one she has growing inside her, that’s not the baby we’re talking about; OPI has officially released their collaboration with the rocker, and it has us feeling hella good.

When the news of the collaboration was announced back in October, OPI stated in the release they were initially inspired by the Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala that featured the theme “Punk: Chaos to Couture,” with a collection of polish that celebrates “the role of music as a major influence in fashion.” And of course, the gorgeous Gwen was the obvious choice for the collaboration.

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As promised, the punk-inspired collection features five nail polishes: Love. Angel. Music. Baby.(gold), In True Stefani Fashion (silver), Hey Baby (hot pink), I Sing in Color (deep dark red) and 4 in the Morning (black).

In addition to some amazing names and colors, the…

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Ready for a New Look in 2014?

Originally posted on Tell Me What’s Going On - Virginia:

On The Spot Logo If you’ve been wanting to give your home a “makeover”, then 2014 may just be the year to check out the wide variety of beautiful carpets, laminates and more that we offer at On The Spot!

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Working With Brands

Originally posted on Etta's Threads:

Technically, you are selling yourself…

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Blogging is my outlet and I do it because I truly enjoy it. As a result of putting in work, I have received opportunities to work with brands. A brand is a company, no matter how large or small. After researching on the internet I found that there was not a whole lot of information on working with brands and how to conduct and protect yourself as a blogger. I have thought of and created a list of things I wish I knew when I started working with brands. Please note that if you are new to blogging that blogging takes work and time, things aren’t just going to fall in your lap.

  • You, yourself, are a brandYou have created a brand for yourself whether you are a blogger, YouTube guru, or social media mogul. Your name and face are attached to something that…

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