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To go metallic or glossy? That is the highlighter dilemma. (Image Credit: Instagram/toriieebeaar)

Glossy Vs. Metallic Highlight

If there’s one thing that makes me deeply proud of my generation (apart from our general anti-Brexit sentiment) it’s the newfound omnipresence Read...
Annie Walton Doyle    |   04.24.17   |   SHARE
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All you need is a $2 matte lipstick and some CeraVe. Boom - dewy cheeks.

The Easiest DIY Dewy Blush Technique

As someone with a longstanding and deep love of a shine-face, powder blush has always been somewhat of a problem area for me. I don’t want the dry, Read...
Annie Walton Doyle    |   04.3.17   |   SHARE
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Let your lips do the talking, no words required.

Get Your Bitch Lips On

In life, there’s not much I love more than a good bitch. I’d take a mean, hilarious person over a “nice” bland-y any day of the week. I hate the Read...
Annie Walton Doyle    |   03.27.17   |   SHARE
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Your friends might know more about style than you do. So learn from them already.

Copycat - Don't Be Ashamed To 'Steal' Your Friends' Styles

The biggest fashion mistake of my lifetime may not be what I wore, but what I didn’t. Back in the seventh grade, on a scavenger hunt at my local Read...
Melissa Petro    |   03.27.17   |   SHARE
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The author pictured with their glitter cane. Follow them on IG @alainaskeys

Learning To Love My Sparkly Purple Cane

I’ve walked the line between visibly and invisibly disabled my entire life. Read...
Alaina Leary    |   03.20.17   |   SHARE
One way to have fun with roots? GLITTER. (Image Credit: Annie Walton Doyle)

Like Everything In Life, Growing Out Your Roots Is More Fun With Glitter

Of all of the supposed beauty “problems” in the world, for me, roots are really the least “problematic.” In fact, I love mine dearly. As I grow out Read...
Annie Walton Doyle    |   03.17.17   |   SHARE
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There's no need to plump, but if you want to just for funsies, here are a few options.

Lip Plumpers - No Need For A Needle

In much the same way I feel about my eyebrows, I feel perpetual dissatisfaction with my lips. Actually, dissatisfaction is probably too strong a word Read...
Annie Walton Doyle    |   02.20.17   |   SHARE
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