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    Quote Originally Posted by mmhmm View Post

    best way to ease into using colours.
    has the browns which most asian women use already.
    with pretty coppery colours for sparkle, then the subtle
    greys and plums to build up with.

    naked palette from urban decay http://www.urbandecay.com/naked-pale...efault,pd.html
    Yeah, she'd have to work up to the browns... lol

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    fine...hide all your asian hair secrets then.
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    pravana biojen 9

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    pravana biojen 9? Sounds like some kind of secret truth serum that a spy would be assigned to get their hands on. What is it really?

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    Is L'Oreal True Match available to you? Their C-1 Alabaster might work, with the blush called Baby Blossom. (Or N1 or W1, whichever -- am I remembering correctly that you're cool toned, though? in which case it would be C1)

    Estee Lauder understands cool toned pale people. MAC really doesn't. All their foundations lean yellow.

    Graftobian is good foundation and you can buy a palette of their lightest range. They also have very light concealers in a range of tones.

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    I've never tried Estee Lauder or Graftobian. I'll look into that as well.

    I tried all three TrueMatch ones (lightest shade and also one shade darker with the neutral). Neutral1 comes the closest, but is a little ashy. Cool is pink on me and Warm is yellow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    pravana biojen 9? Sounds like some kind of secret truth serum that a spy would be assigned to get their hands on. What is it really?
    its shampoo and conditioner. it PH balances your scalp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    I'll tell my wife, but she's very conservative in such matters.
    Your wife and I should hang out and have a girl's makeup night! Conservative as well with colours, finding bright colours too brash with asian skin.

    Neutrals/cool tones that include assorted shades of browns/beiges, silver to charcoal to black, cool tone bronzes that lean a touch peach and some near black blues, at least as it relates to shadows. I use either MAC or Aveda.

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    Ooh, jumping in here! Make-up nOOb...I seldom wear it and don't know a lot about it. Halp!

    Foundation! I've never been able to find some to match my skin tones. I want something light but not cover up my freckles. My coloring is a kind of coppery...leaning toward burnt orange shade, not reddish copper. Are the mineral make-up products good for this?

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    Has anyone heard of the brand lumene?? They have fantastic liquid foundation.

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