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---cat Doll Makeup Tricks

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---Cat Doll Makeup Tricks

How to Do Your Makeup Like the ---Cat Dolls

---cat Doll Makeup Tricks
For a standout evening makeup look that's just right for Hollywood or Vegas (a.k.a "bad girl makeup"), get your inspiration from pop troupe the ---cat Dolls. There are a few pre-requisites for looking like a ---cat Doll: charcoal rimmed eyes, a flurry of false lashes and a light, luscious pout for uttering the phrase “don’t cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me?” Now if only the group were adding to their litter, you’d be a shoo-in at auditions. Follow these tips to create ---cat Doll makeup or try on the look in our virtual makeup studio.

Create depth and bring out dark eyes, ---cat Doll-style, by shading your crease with a dark brown shadow. Line your eyes with a smoky black eye shadow powder extended beyond the outer corners of the eyes, curl your lashes and apply as many as five coats of black mascara for an evening makeup look. Nicole Scherzinger is never caught without a smoky eye and a highlighted browbone to add radiance to her face.

Highlight gorgeous features by blending concealer under the eyes, down the bridge of the nose and around the mouth. Follow with a water-based foundation all over and apply bronzing powder beneath the contours of your cheeks and on top of the temples (the area between the tail of the brow and the hairline) to sculpt the illusion of killer cheekbones.

Pale pink or nude lips are demure. To convey a touch of mischief, skip lipstick altogether and try a gloss that’s just shy of magenta, like the color of Nicole's shirt in the ---cat Doll's When I Grow Up video. --Stephanie Simons

TRY ON MAKEUP BY UPLOADING A PHOTO TO TAAZ.

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My fav water-based foundation is mac's face and body foundation. that stuff just looks soooo natural on my skin and it really doesn't look like i'm wearing anything at all ;o) This comment has been removed.
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Water-based foundation is usually distinguished from oil based foundations (although there are oil-free and even silicone based). But water-based is generally good for sheer to medium coverage and dries to a natural looking finish. Most oil foundation I've used have more coverage and are good if you like a creamy foundation texture. This comment has been removed.
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She has such a stunning complexion...her skin just looks impeccably flawless. This comment has been removed.
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How is water-based foundation different from any other foundation?? This comment has been removed.
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