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2 hours ago
Thanks so much Sensei. I loved the shades but paying 240 for just one tsssssss. they do look very pretty though. and according to her site that's already with the 30% off:/
13 hours ago
Sensei! I need your help. So I recently saw a picture of these eyeshadow palettes and instantly fell In love. Theyre the Natasha Denona eyeshadows. However they are very very expensive. Idk if I've been living under a rock but I've never herd of her. I've checked out some reviews and some people say they are the best out of any eyeshadows. I was wondering if you have tried them and what was your opinion on them. The price is very very steep but if they're worth it I'm willing to save up for them after I get my hands on the Viseart ones I've been lusting over.
4 hours ago
Hi Sandra-San; Are they nice shadows? Yes. Are they worth the steep price? No. Her shadows remind me of simple pressed pigments, and I honestly do not understand where she gets off charging that kind of money for a whole lot of nothing super special. She has her own studio in Tel Aviv that she has turned into a makeup school of sorts. If she knocked off $100 off that palette, then I could see purchasing it, but for what it is, Viseart has her shadows beat hands down. :)
Thanks Jacqueline! I'm glad I'm applying them right :-) thanks for your help. Have a great night or day wherever you are! :-)
Hi Jacqueline! I hope you are well. I have two quick questions for you if you don't mind.
Question one, I recently bought the hourglass ambient lighting palette and I want to fully utilize all of the powders correctly. Currently, I use radiant light as a sort of light bronzer, incandescent light as my highlight and dim light lighly over my face. I'm unsure as to how I properly use dim light and if I'm using radiant light correctly?
Second question, I also bought the mood exposure blush and I am wondering where to properly apply the blush for my face shape. I usually apply it (and other blush) on the apples of my cheeks and slighly back towards my hairline but not fully touching it.
Any advice or tips is much appreciated :-)
Hi Rebecca; That's how I roll with those powders. I do exactly what you do. :) Dim light is great because it is a neutral peach beige, and it makes the perfect base in which to build these powders on. Some people like to use the radiant light all over their face, but in my opinion...even with the Ambient powder texture and finish, it can be a bit overbearing.
I have an oval shaped face, and I apply their blush just like you describe. I just make sure to keep the blush 2 finger widths away from my hairline. Blush placement can vary from face shape to face shape. :)