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My Top 6 Amazon Eyeshadow Picks – Sher Shares

Amazon Prime has been life changing. The day we decided to try it several years ago on a whim was one of the most transformative days ever! I’m not quite certain how we did life before Amazon. I buy just about anything and everything from there, including a lot of beauty and makeup supplies. With free two-day shipping, sometimes I can make out better than I would ordering on other sites like Sephora or Ulta. As I’ve hunted for certain items on there, I’ve come across some great finds that are truly undiscovered gems. In my hunt for different eyeshadow palettes, I tried several rounds and thought I’d share some of my favorite picks. All of these palettes are affordable, but fun versatile favorites of mine. *Affiliate Disclaimer: This post may include affiliate links where I get paid a commission for some recommendations. As an Amazon Affiliate, I earn on qualifying purchases. Neutral and Smoky Palettes It seems the most popular shades of choice out there are neutral tones. Most people want nudes and natural looks for every day wear. Therefore, I’ve prioritized these color options first. Below are a couple of my favorite picks for nude options. The Lamora Exposed Nudes palette is a personal favorite of mine. First of all, I just adore the packaging which is so pretty. I could just look at it all day. But at such an affordable price, you get several colors in one. The product is so blendable and easy to work with. I’m always so impressed at the durability as well. At the end of the day, my eyeshadow is still firmly in place when I use this particular palette. I don’t know about you but I love a good smoky look, as well. Here is a favorite from Amazon that rocks the sultry smoky vibe. Coastal Scents is a favorite brand with several different eyeshadow palette selections. Their “Revealed” series has some nice options, one of which includes the Revealed Smoky Palette. This palette offers lots of colors in charcoal, browns, greys and neutrals. I will admit that I have that one shimmer color I use on the lid that gets used down to the pan. It is my go-to color for shimmer. Sometimes I pick up this palette just for that one color right on the lid. Warm & Red Toned Palettes Shop clean beauty at Tree Activ. Use code “SHER10” for 10% off! I am a huge fan of pink. Most of the items in my closet are in the pinks, reds and violets family. It is no exception when it comes to makeup, as well, lol. I am so drawn to palettes that offer a soft and romantic rose tint. A few of my favorites from Amazon include the following: The Makeup Revolution Reloaded Velvet Rose palette is such a dream! This one has actually been touted as a dupe for the Anastasia Beverly Hills Soft Glam palette. I have been wanting that one for a while, so I was thrilled to discover this dupe that offers such similar colors for such a low price. This palette truly is so versatile with pinks, burgundies, purples and even some neutrals. Though it does have nudes and golds in it, I’m always drawn to the pinks/burgandy tints! Another palette from Coastal Scents (can you tell I’m a fan of theirs yet) is their Revealed 3 palette. This one offers all the pretty shades of red and pink with a touch of sultry. I confess I tend to always go for the same burgandy fall look on this one. I just love the deeper cranberry shades this palette can offer. Fun Glitter Shadows Sometimes you just need some “extra” when you’re playing around with shimmer and color. There are a couple of palettes and kits I have been gifted from Amazon that I enjoy so much for playing around. First, this Glitter Eyeshadow Palette from Beauty Glazed is so fun. If you aren’t used to working with glitter, it can take some getting used to. I tend to use a little extra Mac Fix Plus to help get my glitter colors to go on more intensely and set in place. There are so many fun looks I’ve been able to create using this palette. I was also recently gifted this glitter kit from Etereauty and thought it was worth a mention, though you can use it as body and face glitter, as well. What I love about it is that it has a liquid gel included in the kit, which helps apply the glitter/confetti. There are several different containers, as well, with different shapes and color options. That wraps up my top six favorite palettes for eyeshadow looks on Amazon. I hope this was a helpful shopping guide as you mull over your eyeshadow needs and decisions. For more tips on all things beauty, style and makeup, check out my special beauty page on the blog and/or follow me here on my separate Instagram beauty page and/or here for beauty on Facebook.

Choosing Zyon – Sher Shares

A Guest Post by Yvonne Pierre Shortly after giving birth to Zyon, he was taken to the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) because he couldn’t digest or hold any fluids down.  My husband and I had to wait before we could go see him.  Every minute felt like an hour.  Once we received the call, we immediately went to see him.  As we stepped off of the elevators, there was a team of doctors near the entrance.  I could see one of the doctor's mouth motions, “Here they come.”  My heart dropped.   Wait.  Let me back up for a second.  At 5 months pregnant, I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes.  I had to inject 3-4 shots per day into my stomach.  I was put on bed rest because my pregnancy was high risk.  My doctor feared that I would have a stillbirth or the baby might go into shock after they cut the umbilical cord due to the baby’s dependency on insulin.  I had both of my sons early.  Zyon was 5 weeks premature and my oldest son Zyair 4 weeks premature.  Zyair is 10 years older than Zyon.   Back to the hospital.  So, as we came down the hallway to go visit Zyon in NICU, I felt like everything started to move in slow motion.  I had to remind myself to breathe.   After the doctor told us that she suspected that Zyon had Down syndrome, a diagnosis that I had no idea about, I zoned out.  The CDC reported that there are 1 in every 700 babies born with Down syndrome.  Although I didn’t know anything about Down syndrome, after she said those words I saw the doctor’s lips moving but I couldn’t hear what she was saying.  All I could think of at that moment was that he might not live.  “Can we see him?” I asked.  She took us to go see him.  I stood by his bedside. All I could see was that his tiny body was covered with tubes, IVs, monitors, and oxygen.    I excused myself and went to the bathroom. It was a single restroom.  I locked the door, slid to the floor, and cried.  While crying, I caught myself.  I stood up and walked over to the mirror.  As I wiped my tears, I thought “What are you crying for?  He’s alive.  And he needs you. Get up.”  I vowed to myself at that moment that I will focus on what Zyon needs and give him the love that he deserves.  I never cried like that again. When I went back to his bed, I was able to see past the tubes and see HIM.  I promised him that no matter where this road led, I would never leave his side.  I will never be so focused on me and how I feel that I lose sight of him.   When we received the results of my son Zyon’s diagnosis, the geneticist told us not to get our hopes up high.  He told my husband and I that we’d be lucky if Zyon can tie his shoes.  He went on to say that he wouldn’t be much of a contribution to society. I was very upset, not because Zyon had Down syndrome, but how this doctor was speaking of him as if he was not human. Zyon is 18 years old now. The life lessons learned are indescribable.  The doctor was wrong, Zyon does contribute to society.  His contribution is the many life lessons taught to most, if not all, that he’s come in contact with over 18 years.   Zyon is a Special Olympics athlete that plays soccer and basketball.  He played for the MLS  Atlanta United Unified team as part of a Special Olympics inclusion initiative.  He’s an orange belt in martial arts.  He played baseball for two seasons for the Horizon League.  Zyon loves to dance and entertain.  He’s performed in three talent shows so far.  He loves playing video games and is very good at it. The benefits of keeping him involved in activities that he enjoys are endless.   Since 2005, I’ve been advocating positive awareness through projects in hopes to give parents who may struggle with accepting their child’s diagnosis a different perspective.  My most recent project, ZOEY is a fiction book about a mom, Claire, who struggles to see her daughter in a positive light until tragedy strikes.   I didn’t accept what the doctors said about Zyon but unfortunately, many parents do. We all deal with the diagnosis differently.  I believe the response is based on the core beliefs and perspectives of life, ourselves, and who we believe them to be. Zyon will not be a doctor or attorney, but he contributes to our family and society. What many deem as “a contribution” is how they economically contribute.  But Zyon contributes something more priceless and meaningful than money.  He might not change someone’s economic status but he changes their heart and faith status.  He has touched more lives in 18 years than some people touch in their lifetime.  His mere presence encourages us to be better.   Despite it all, if I could go back in time, I would choose Zyon over and over again.   ABOUT THE AUTHOR Yvonne Pierre is a proud wife and mom of two sons – Zyair and Zyon.  Her youngest son was born with Down syndrome, which led to her advocacy.   Yvonne is a writer, producer, and advocate.  For more information, visit www.ypierre.com. You can find Yvonne N. Pierre’s books at www.amazon.com/author/ypierre.

Mascara 101: A Beginners’ Guide – Sher Shares

Mascaras, lash primers, application and more! National Lash Day is February 19th this year and in honor of the day, we are dishing about all things mascara and lashes! Full and beautiful lashes can really make all the difference in completing your makeup look and leveling up your beauty game! But what if your lashes aren’t naturally as voluptuous as you would like them to be? This is your comprehensive overview of mascara options that affect those lashes. As a makeup artist and beauty educator, one of the things I love to do is to breakdown my knowledge for you into easy to digest guides. Therefore, this post is taking you back to the basics, with “Mascara 101.” Probably one of the top-selling cosmetic items in the world is mascara. If you asked most people what makeup items they could not live without for every day wear, they would most likely answer mascara as one of the top picks. But, with so many different kinds on the market, how do you know which one is the right kind for you? When shopping for the right mascara, there are a couple of questions to ask: What do you want your lashes to look like?What kind of eye sensitives do you have?What brand qualities or ethics to do you look for?Do you prefer waterproof mascara or regular? Mascara Wands First, the look of your lashes will depend mostly on which type of mascara wand you are selecting. There are some wands that work well for lengthening only, in which you would want to select a long and somewhat thin wand (see wand A in the picture as an example). For extra volume, you would look for a thicker and fuller wand (see wand B in the picture). For lashes that you want to add more upward curl, you would select a wand that curls (like wand C in the picture.) But, you don’t always have to stick with just one type of wand. There are some that include lengthening and volume at the same time. Or, you can add layers for your own customization. For example, you could coat on one layer from a lengthening mascara first and then follow back up with a second layer of a volumizing wand. *Affiliate Disclaimer: This post includes ads/affiliate links, where I make commission on some of my recommendations/beauty picks. As an Amazon Affiliate, I earn on qualifying purchases. Some of my top mascara picks/examples within each category include: Lengthening: the L’Oréal Telescopic MascaraVolumizing: the TooFaced Better than Sex Mascara and the It Cosmetics Superhero Mascara, and the Maybelline Falsies Mascara, L’Oréal Lash Paradise Mascara Curling: the Benefit Roller Lash Mascara Eye Sensitivities Have you ever experienced eye watering or irritation after using mascara? You may have sensitivities to certain makeup. While everyone is different and reacts to certain types of beauty products in different ways, there are some typical triggers that can cause skin irritations more than others. Unfortunately, many drugstore options are loaded with extra chemicals and toxic ingredients that lead to irritation. Even some higher end products are not free of toxins, so it pays to do your research on which brands are committed to providing clean ingredients. Mascara Brands In addition to clean beauty, there are other qualities and certifications one might also consider in choosing a mascara brand. As an avid animal lover, I’m personally a big proponent of cruelty-free beauty, which pretty much rules out a lot of drugstore mascaras for me. For example, I find that L’Oréal kills it in the mascara game, but I try to put my financial support elsewhere, due to the fact that they are definitely not cruelty-free. There is also a growing trend for vegan beauty as well as gluten-free for those with celiac disease and other gluten sensitivities. For a comprehensive guide to my research on different beauty brands and their certification status in some of these areas, you can check out my YouTube video here. In addition to some of these ethical qualities, some are just looking for affordable, but quality options in their mascara. For my top picks of mascara options that truly meet all or most of these categories, I tend to stick with the following: Arbonne Speak Volumes Mascara-I am an Arbonne Consultant because of my draw to clean beauty. All products by Arbonne are vegan, cruelty-free, gluten-free, toxic-free, and B-Corp Certified. In my experience as a makeup artist using a significant stock of Arbonne products in my professional makeup kit, I have never once had a client react negatively to the mascara or any other makeup in the brand. You can shop or check out more about the brand on my website here.Thrive Liquid Lash Extensions Mascara-a great option that is vegan, cruelty-free, and clean of several of your typical offenders, such as parabans, sulfates, fragrances, etc.Essence Lash Princess Mascara-This selection is one of the most low-price affordable mascara options out there on the market (usually only around $5!) yet it is such an amazing mascara and is also vegan, cruelty-free, gluten-free, and paraban-free at the same time! Waterproof Mascara vs. Non Waterproof As a bridal makeup artist, I pay close attention to which mascaras are waterproof versus not. Waterproof is a must for bridal makeup. Whether it’s the bride, the bridesmaids or the mother of the bride or groom, there is bound to be tears flowing at most weddings. In addition, sweat tends to accompany the tears from an afternoon or evening of dancing at the reception. If you want a mascara that will hold up against moisture or that will last longer and pass an all day wear test, waterproof is definitely the way to go. However, there can be downsides to waterproof. You have to be very careful and precise with application or it is very difficult to remove. It is not goof proof! My two mascaras that I stick to in my professional kit are the ones mentioned above: the Lash Princess and the Arbonne. Since the Arbonne is not waterproof, I tend to use it for clients with every day wear or in my makeup lessons, but for bridal and formal events, the waterproof Lash Princess is my ride or die! The wands on each of these are actually very similar, which are very effective both for lengthening and volumizing features. Mascara Application and Use So what is the right way to apply mascara and lash primer? There are some different tips and tricks for how you can coat your lashes, but I’ll share a couple of the standard industry ways: From the root, slide wand back and forth parallel to the lashes Slide the tip of the wand back and forth perpendicular to lashes Can you see the difference in how you hold the wand? In the picture on the left, you start at the root where the lashes meet the lid. Quickly wiggle the wand back and forth across the lashes, moving your way upward to the end of the lash. In the picture on the right, you apply the same principal of wiggling the wand across the lashes from the root upwards to the ends. However, you use the tip of the wand rather than laying it parallel to the lash line. If you use this approach, make sure your technique is soft and fast to avoid the clumping and spidery lashes. If you make a mistake, wait a few seconds for the spot to dry, then remove with a q-tip. Waiting for it to dry helps avoid making a further mess. There are also many who pump the mascara, thinking they will get more out of the container. This is actually a big no no, as it will dry it out faster. Always adhere to the general rule of tossing your mascara after three months. This is one beauty item you don’t want to take chances on, since you are applying it so closely to your eyes and the mascara tube can be a breeding ground for bacteria and fungus. There are different ranges on the recommendations for how long you should keep your used mascara, from 3-6 months. But I like to cut it on the safe side at the conservative recommendation of three months. Bonus Lash Tips For even more help with those lashes, there are a few other tips that can assist: Use an eyelash curler before applying primer/mascara to get a head start on lifting the lashes upwardsUse a lash primer before applying mascaraApply a loose powder to the lashes for extra volume and staying power after applying mascaraTightline the upper lash line with eyeliner to get an even more voluminous effect. This makes it look like the depth came from your lashes rather than from your liner. Lash Primers And, now, just a little more on lash primers. Did you know that primer can actually treat the lashes by moisturizing, conditioning and strengthening? If you have primers that contain the right ingredients, such as peptides, vitamins E and B vitamins, they can actually act as a lash growth serum and help with long-term growth and strengthening. In addition to treating the lashes, they also help prime the lashes to help your mascara go on better. In many cases, it adds length and volume, as well. For my lash primer picks, I would have to say Tarte Opening Act Primer and the Urban Decay Subversion Lash Primer . Though I mentioned L’Oréal early and how I prefer not to support companies that aren’t cruelty-free, I still feel I should share the lash primer that is just so bomb, I almost have to retract my stance, lol. The L’oreal Voluminous Lash Primer, you just can’t beat it. Hands down. Okay, I said it, ha! That wraps up my tips and recommendations for your basic mascara guide. For similar tips and articles, consider subscribing to my blog and following my beauty page here. You can also check me out on social media on Instagram, Facebook, Tik Tok or YouTube.

Rating My Latest Makeup Foundations – Sher Shares

The hunt for a great makeup foundation is at times an adventure. With so many factors to consider such as coverage, texture, application and affordability, it can be hard to know quite where to start. Recently, I had the opportunity to test out quite a few, whether it was through my monthly Ipsy bag or through my own purchases. With so many new ones I’ve discovered, I thought it would be helpful to provide some reviews on these products. *Affiliate Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links and ads where I receive commission from purchases made through my recommendations. As an Amazon Affiliate, I earn on qualifying purchases. Yensa Foundation The Yensa BC Foundation is a new one I discovered in my Ipsy a month back. I was definitely curious about this one since it is both a CC and BB cream, yet boasts full coverage properties! Say what? How cool is that? So on a scale of 1-5, I would give this puppy a 4.8! Really good stuff! I am personally a huge fan of CC Creams and Tinted Moisturizers in general. With my aging skin and forehead wrinkles, the lighter weight foundations, the better for me. Some full coverage products only accentuate my wrinkles more. However, this product offers the CC cream texture with the full blown coverage of regular foundations and I was very pleased at the coverage. As you can see in my before and after pictures, my age spots and red patches don’t bleed through. I’m wearing shade “Medium Warm” in the picture below. I also loved the smooth application. It was very easy to apply without any flaking or caking. Yensa Foundation The price point on this one runs around $38, but you can also try it in the travel size for $15. I love when companies offer a travel or mini size so I can take it for a test drive without dropping serious dough first. You can find it easily on my Like to Know it shopping app. Shop the Yensa Foundation through my links to take you directly to the product. L’oreal Infallible Matte Foundation Though I do love my high end makeup, I try to opt for affordable, convenient options as much as possible. Therefore, I’m the queen of testing out drugstore makeup. L’oreal is a brand I tend to find really kills it in the base and mascara makeup game. Though hard to believe, the Infallible is foundation I had actually not tried yet, so I finally got around to testing it out when another drugstore brand was running low. L’Oréal Infallible Matte Foundation As far as a rating goes, I may give a couple of disclaimers first. I was not properly able to judge quite fairly. First, I don’t think my color match was exactly precise. I chose the Shell Beige (102) tint. But, it was slightly pale for my skintone. I also chose the matte coverage, which I’ve known to be a mistake for me. While I occasionally dabble in matte finishes in the summer sweaty months, I tend to stick with luminous finishes more. The mattes really dry out my skin and as you can see in my before and after pictures, the forehead wrinkle forces are strong with this one. Sigh. However, for a drugstore brand, I would judge this one as a very good foundation. The coverage is pretty darn good and you can’t beat the affordable price. I would not say it was as durable as the Yensa. By the end of the day, I did find myself retouching up some spots. My rating would probably fall around a 4.4 or so. But if I could rank it for the price, I’d go much higher. This one runs between $9-$11 at most drugstores and groceries. And, of course, you can also find it here on Amazon. L’Oréal Infallible Powder Foundation In addition to the L’Oréal Infallible Liquid Foundation, I jumped on the bandwagon and decided to grab the powder one, as well. I never, ever use powder foundations, because I am old and wrinkly. There is nothing worse for my forehead wrinkles than some dried powder product. But, since everyone was dishing about this one, I thought maybe there would be some kind of exception. I was wrong. Not gonna lie, this was the biggest flop for me in the history of flops. L’Oréal Infallible Powder Foundation Not only did this product dry me out like the Sahara desert, it also provided very little coverage. I hear everyone rave about the coverage and I’m over here thinking I don’t know what you jokers are smoking! There was no coverage and the powder just sat concentrated in one place with absolutely no glide whatsoever. I am not even sure I can rate it beyond a 1.5. Seriously, this always happens with me, where other people’s treasure is truly my junk. No offense, L’Oréal, your liquid version of this really rocked. So, you are redeemed. I just am afraid I am going to have to trash your powder for poor little ol’ aging 40 plus women like me. But, perhaps if you aren’t as ancient as me and are looking to trust the word of the other young ones out there, be my guest. You can find this product in most drugstores and groceries or here on Amazon. They typically run you between $8-$11. At least I didn’t go broke on a product I will never touch again. Mary Kay Timewise Luminuos Foundation I am a huge Mary Kay fan and have used it most of my life. I think you could say it was my first beauty love and one I keep running back to over the years. I even became a consultant and sold it twice. When it comes to skincare, this brand has always been a favorite. As I was comparing other foundations to my old Mary Kay tried and true, the Luminous Foundation, I was reminded that very few brands can compare for me! Mary Kay Timewise Luminous Foundation It truly still is probably tied as my number one pick even against some very high end products. The coverage is great, the smooth texture works beautifully with my aging skin and it hangs in there for a full day. As I compared the before and after pictures of myself to all the others, I think this one and the Yensa were my top pics. I would even give this one a 4.8 as well! Typically you would need to find a Mary Kay consultant to order through. However, there are a few naughty black-market Mary Kay products you can find available on Amazon and EBay if you look. Technically this is against the Mary Kay rules (I know this because I specifically had to sign a contract as a salesperson agreeing not to ever sell inventory on Amazon or EBay). But, as a buyer, when I need what I’m looking for and can even do it with free Prime shipping, I’m not feeling as guilty as I should. Just saying.. Therefore I’ve got it linked here for you straight from Amazon. If you need a different shade, however, you may have to dig a little further. I’m not as up-to-date on what these products go for with Mary Kay consultants. But, this particular one on Amazon is running around $19 currently. Not bad at all, this is pretty standard prices for Mary Kay. They tend to run as a medium end brand. But, I find them to give high end results for me. Mary Kay CC Cream In addition to the Mary Kay Timewise Luminous Foundation, I’ve also used the CC Cream option on and off at times, as well. There were times I thought I really liked this product and rated it much higher. But, after testing out some of these other goodies, I won’t lie, it’s not nearly as impressive to me now. Gonna have to rank this puppy quite a bit lower. I’m going to go with about a 2.8, maybe? Though it’s easy to apply and middle range on affordability, the coverage is just not there as much as I’d like. I know, I know, it’s just a CC Cream, so those are known not to be full coverage. However, I got a bit spoiled by the Yensa cream as well as the It Cosmetics CC Cream that covers so much more. Mary Kay CC Cream However, I do love that it has sunscreen in it and it can be a nice light weight option for beach days or on the go. The CC Cream runs anywhere from $18 to $22. Once again, you find this one through a Mary Kay consultant or through the naughty bootleg Amazon market:-) For your convenience, I’ve linked the Very Light shade, the light to medium shade and the medium to dark shade here from Amazon. Illamasqua Foundation I have been wanting to try Ilamasqua forever! So I was thrilled when it showed up in my Ipsy bag one month. I gave it a spin immediately and really loved it! The particular shade they sent me was the “SB 09”. I think it ended up being a good match. Illamasqua Foundation My first impression was that it has great coverage but a little goes a long way. I found that I applied a little too much and had to work on blending it out. It was easy application, maybe a little thicker than some of the previous light-weight ones I had applied. But, it wore like a dream and held up well all day. I’d probably rank it about a 4.5. The price on this foundation runs around $38. Once again, I have it linked for you here on my Like to Know it app. Urban Decay Naked Weightless Liquid Makeup I got lucky and scored my sister’s old Urban Decay hand-me-down, so I was able to test out the Naked Weightless Liquid Makeup. My sister has extremely sensitive skin and therefore, must shop high-end to avoid breaking out from certain products. Her pain is kind of my gain, because I get to try so many of her high-end hand-me-downs she tries out. I do hate that it’s at her expense, but at least some good can come from it. I’m very happy to give her the opportunity to make good of the situation;-) Urban Decay Naked Weightless Liquid Makeup So I was a little surprised that I wasn’t so impressed with this one. A little disclaimer first, though: my sister and I are not at all a shade match. Her cool-toned skin is much paler than mine. So, I definitely didn’t have the best shade match. The foundation was also a bit old and may have even reached it’s expiration date, now that I recall. So, those are two factors to consider. I just found the product not to cover as much, and on top of that, it was almost griddy-like in the application on my skin. I felt it was going on a little patchy and almost seemed to form little griddy bubbles. (Ok, maybe I need to recheck that expiration date, I will admit). This foundation runs around $40 and can be purchased online or you can find it at Ulta and Sephora. I’ve got it linked here on my LTK app, as well. Juvia’s Place Stick Foundation I am a huge fan of Juvia’s Place. Their eyeshadow palettes are so bomb and so affordable. But, I have been trying out some other products from them, as well, that aren’t just eyeshadow. The stick foundation is one of those products and I will unfortunately say I’m not as impressed with them as I am their eyeshadow formula. Juvia’s Place Stick Foundation The coverage is just not the greatest. It didn’t apply well for me either. I found it was not as spreadable. However, it was pretty lightweight and perhaps a good option for travel, when you don’t want to lug a Iiquid version around. I hate to disrespect the brand but I simply can’t rate the foundation sticks very high. Therefore, I’d probably go with a rating around 2. Sorry, Juvia’s Place, my bad. But your eyeshadow palettes are true champions in my book, so don’t be too sad. So, that about wraps it up for the makeup foundations I’ve been testing out recently. Hopefully, some of these snapshots and details provided some insight on how these products wear, especially for aging 42-year-old skin. For more related topics, feel free to check out my beauty page on this blog, or follow me on Instagram, Youtube, Facebook, or Tik Tok. Other related blog posts you may like: https://www.shershares.com/2020/08/13/how-to-contour-the-most-when-youre-pale-as-a-ghost/ https://www.shershares.com/2020/10/05/my-top-6-amazon-eyeshadow-picks/