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The power of applying the right color lipstick

   Landing on a lipstick shade that looks fabulous on you is a lot easier if you know your undertone. The tone of your skin is its apparent strength of color and is usually described as light, medium, and dark. However, when picking a lip color   be honest about your complexion. It’s important to pay close attention to the undertones in the different areas on your face. Your complexion undertone can be more difficult to identify. It is the subtle hue beneath the surface of your skin and is categorized as warm, neutral, or cool-toned.  Pro tip :  Exfoliate your lips prior to applying lipstick. Apply to bare lips and pair with a lip liner for added definition. Avoid oily/greasy food Shop
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Hello 2021~~~ Are You Ready for 'Pretty'?

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Get ready for spring break! Face time your new Look!

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