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Academy for Little Ladies- Session 1 Lesson 3



Our third class is finally here! Aren't you excited to see what we have in store for you today. If you're joining us for the first time be sure you read up on the material about eyeliner and eyeshadow.

Now, some fun facts about our instructors:

Cannwin was born on a Sunday and her mother had a completely natural birth. Vicbowin was born on a Saturday and her mother took everything they would give her.

Vicbowin has chocolate brown eyes. Cannwin's can't decide if they are blue or green. Cannwin used to have two earring holes in one ear and four in the other... including one in her cartilage. Vicbowin has never had her ears pierced.

Now on to mascara and blush. Cannwin believes these two products to be the least needed of all makeup items. She does concede, however, that some people may need them if their eyelashes are lighter or their faces are paler or if they are fond of using foundation. Cannwin rarely uses foundations or concealers.

With that in mind Vicbowin and Cannwin have decided to give you only a few quick tricks on these two items.

Mascara tricks: 
*When using mascara opt for waterproof. It's not worth the risk, in Cannwin's opinion, unless you are a super star (and if you are a super star... please email her and tell her you read her blog).

*Start at the bottom of the eyelash and wiggle the mascara brush back and forth to unload as much onto the bottom of the lash as you can. Then blink and allow the brush to come off the lashes naturally.


  
Blush Tips:
* Soft neutrals is what Cannwin encourages. Vicbowin suggests bright pink. Either way, make sure you blow your brush off before you place it against your skin. This helps remove any excess.


*Start at the hairline and work towards the mouth just UNDER the cheek bone. Don't use a lot. As stated before we feel strongly that make up should be used to accentuate not create. You're looks are marvelous on their own, we are merely trying to heighten them.

That's it for today! Suprised? We thought we'd give you a little break before the hard work of lipstick really begins. ;)

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