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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Saundarya – Everyday Make-up Tips – Mind Body Soul

July 6, 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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Saundarya – Everyday Make-up Tips – Mind Body Soul. The pollution and stress in today’s hectic lifestyle affects ones skin and hair. In this episode of ‘Saundarya’, beauty expert and host Rachana Sharma has Jeet, as her model. Rachana teaches her the basics of putting on an everyday make-up. Rachana also gives away tips of how to apply make-up based on one’s skin type. Tips on beauty and personality enhancement are the need of the day in today’s urban lifestyle. Beautician Rachana Sharma helps women to enhance their looks through different styles of make-up, hairstyles and so on. Rachana Sharma, with her in-depth knowledge in the field of beauty, gives away handy beauty tips to the viewers even as she is busy doing the make-up or hairstyle on her model. Follow her beauty tips when you want to rush for a party and don’t know what to do to your face and hair! Log on to www.rajshri.com watch more beauty, health & Yoga tips.

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