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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    Oh and I agree on sigma brushes! As lovely as it is to have lots of MAC brushes, sigma brushes are just as good and muchhhh cheaper
    I love them! I picked up a 7 pieces set for about $70 and I just add the odd brush ocasionally. They wash really well too which is a huge selling point for me.

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    Default Best Makeup??????????

    mac for eyeshadow blush
    mascara, I can't recommend benefit bad girl mascara, the normal one, not the waterproof

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    Default Best Makeup??????????

    Oh yes it's almay. Great for oily skin mine always always gets oily. I work for 12 hrs a day and at the end I'm. Big oil slick but with almay I don't shine AT ALL it's amazing and cheap. Can't believe it!
    I use models prefer brushes from priceline and they are great so far!


 

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