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    **marahsha** Female

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    Thumbs up 7 Makeup Tricks for Pale Skin

    1. Soft Colored Lips
    You know how tanned or olive skin looks great with crimson lips? We don’t ladies, so lay off the harsh and bold colored lips and go with sandy pinks, rosy pinks and soft apricots.
    2. Cool Shades for Eyes
    When you have pale skin, makeup tricks can be something as simple as finding the right shade for your eyes! Pale, natural colors actually look great on pale skin.
    3. Blush Options
    When you have alabaster skin, blush is your best friend. Don’t overdo it though ladies, just keep it natural! Pale pinks, soft peaches and even apricot are all great blush options and makeup tricks that work with your porcelain skin tone!
    4. Dark mascara
    Your eyes are where you can get really nutty with the colors and can even go a little darker. , long Dark I lashes mascara (blackest black is what I use) works best with fair skin because it is dramatic. Avoid plum, blue and even soft black mascaras – go all out and make those eyelashes pop! L’Oreal and Chanel make the best ones, just look for ultra black color.
    5. Eye Liner Is Key
    I have to admit, I used to use liquid liner years ago, I have since slipped over to the pencil but what I read lately was that liquid is better for fairer skin. Not only will you be able to get a straighter line, but you can use all kinds of makeup tricks on your eyes, such as the cat eye.
    6. Warm Colors
    When you are porcelain skinned, there are a lot of colors that you can use but you want to keep it warm. Light pinks, soft honey and peaches are all colors that flatter us fair skinned chicks. teeth whitening

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    Thanks for sharing the information.

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    very helpful information.

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    Some of the common makeup tricks for pale skin are:

    • Soft Colored Lips
    • Cool Shades for Eyes
    • Blush Options
    • Dark Mascara
    • Eye Liner is Key
    • Warm Colors
    • Colors to Avoid
    • Beware of Powder
    • Bronzer
    • Make a Splash
    • Enhance the Brow

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    Just use some pastel colors, and nude palettes, use some light warm bronzer.. Maybe brown mascara, not extreme black if you have naturally blond or red hair..

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    thanks for sharing useful tips.

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    thanks for the information. But the importance is lipstick? What color can we choose? I like orange one but it doesnt fit me.

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    **Agnes BridwellMarten** Female

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    Thanks for sharing this amazing make-up tricks with us. I too have pale skin was going to attend a friend's wedding, coming up next month right here in Boca Raton. Hope these suggestions will work out for me as I want to look gorgeous and flawless at my friend's wedding.

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    **Shiza khan** Female

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    Tell me any good liquid base as i have spots on my face


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