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    What's the big red thing?


    I'm so excited too! I bought some GLITTER eye shadow at Claire's tonight for $5.
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    It's cheekstain.
    Yay for new makeup purchases!

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    I cleaned my face last night with Ponds Cold Cream. I kind of liked it. What's your favorite skin regimen?

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    I tried Dr. Perricone but switched back to Lancome. My skin has appeared to be the healthiest while using Lancome products. I've tried Bliss, Dr. Perricone, Estee Lauder for long periods of time, as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    I am so excited....I got this for my birthday.
    I needed more neutral colors so I opted for this.
    I was debating whether or not to splurge on this. Is the pigmentation strong enough, or does it fall victim to large palette/crap pigmentation syndrome?
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    @mujigay: The pigmentation is decent but is much better with primer under it. But then again, I have medium tan skin with yellow undertones. If you want to get a similar palette with better pigmentation, the Urban Decay 15th Anniversary would be a better choice, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    @mujigay: The pigmentation is decent but is much better with primer under it. But then again, I have medium tan skin with yellow undertones. If you want to get a similar palette with better pigmentation, the Urban Decay 15th Anniversary would be a better choice, IMO.
    urban decay really does have amazing pigments.

    have you tried using your eyeshadows with mac's fix+?


    it makes the shadows even more pigmented (kinda
    like the wet/dry eyeshadow concept). but fix+ gives
    this very, very awesome foiling effect:


    (L: dry, R: with fix+)

    just spritz the fix+ on your brush and use the eyeshadow.

    i actually do this with even the very pigmented shadows
    and loose pigments, i just love the finish. looks sooo good
    with Urban Decay's rockstar shadow
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    any tips on acquiring makeup for non-staggering prices? I went to look at the primers after the advice here and a tiny bottle of smashbox primer was 50$!! I was expecting higher prices than the drugstore stuff but not 5-10x higher....do they at least have sales or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    any tips on acquiring makeup for non-staggering prices? I went to look at the primers after the advice here and a tiny bottle of smashbox primer was 50$!! I was expecting higher prices than the drugstore stuff but not 5-10x higher....do they at least have sales or something?
    the sephora friends and family sale just ended. so did the urban decay sale.
    but there should be another sale end of this month.

    and there's the cosmetics company store which is like a makeup outlet.
    here's a listing: http://www.premiumoutlets.com/brands...vel.asp?id=486
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    cool, thanks for the link, I'll check it out!
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