Beauty Tips in Urdu Skin Care Tips in urdu – Beauty Tips Pakistani Women in Urdu.

October 8, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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www.earncashspace.com How To apply makeup to Indian, Pakistani, Brown and beautiful skin. Watch this amazing tutorial Celebrity Makeup Artist, Eve Pearl. And don’t forget to subscribe, rate and comment! Thanks for watching. sorry for the audio… Products Used Priming Moisturizer – HD Dual Foundation – HD Dual Pressed Powder – Dual Salmon Concealer & Treatment Smudgeproof Liquid Liner – Diva Eye Palette – Au Natural Palette – Blackout Eye Pencil – Spicy Cheeks Blush – Amaretto Lip Color – Caramel Lip Pencil – Moonlight Kisses/ Stardust KOP Lip Gloss – Glamour Lash Mascara – Brushes: 101 Foundation () 102 Concealer () 104 Liner () 105 Crease () 106 Definer () 107 Mixer Blender () 108 Eye Shadow () 109 Brow/Spoolie () 110 Fan/Blush () 112 Blush Angled () 114 Eye Lash Fan () 115 Foundation /Contour () 116 Smudger () 117 Lip ()

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Makeup for Women Over 50, Over 60: Blush, Lips and Evening Makeup

August 20, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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www.ZestNow.com How to apply blush, lip moisturizer, lip liner, lipstick, lip gloss,bronzer. How to change your makeup to a night look. For cosmetics and tools to create these looks at home go to the article Cosmetics and Tools for ZestNow Videos: zestnow.com

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