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Six Beauty Tools That Will Change Your Makeup Game

With the ever-growing popularity of social media, the world of makeup artistry has seen a huge amount of interest blossom in the last couple of years.  Trends are being shared left and right, from different looks to artist techniques and even makeup tools. For someone just beginning to dive into the colorful world of makeup, finding the right tools can really make a difference in your level of confidence. We’ve narrowed down our favorite makeup tools that are not only easy to use, but will really improve your everyday makeup game. These fool-proof beauty tools are must-haves for anyone who loves makeup.

1. beauty.blender liner designer:  By now, you’ve hopefully discovered the beauty.blender original blender sponge. If not, you must own one immediately! The liner designer is the newest tool from this amazing brand and it’s going to change the way you approach the cat eye. If you’ve been struggling with getting that perfect winged eyeliner, then you need this wonderful little sponge. Made to softly contour along your skin, the unique guitar-pick shape allows you to draw a perfect wing on the first try. Three different edges (curvy, straight and short round) give you versatility to create a variety of looks.

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Get Your Brow Game On Before The Year Ends

It takes a lot of hard work to maintain a good set of eyebrows. Trust me, I've been in a never-ending battle with mine since the mid-90s. Whether it's over-tweezing, over-shading or simply butchering your brows all together, it's time to take back some control, ladies. As we get through the final month of 2015, I invite you to get the best brows of your life and steer away from common mistakes that are causing you major brow damage. 

If you're always reaching for that magnified mirror to tweeze unwanted brow hair, then chances are, you've over-tweezed on more than one occasion. I realize it's not always easy to see what you're doing with a regular mirror, but that's why you should alternate. Stand in front of a regular mirror so you can best visualize where it is you want to remove hair. Once you've determined what hair needs to go, hold the tweezer by that hair and then grab your magnified mirror. While this might take an extra minute or two, it will prevent you from going to town on your brows. Remember, a magnified mirror makes everything look exaggerated, including your brow hair. 

To best remedy over-tweezed hair, use a brow treatment ASAP to get that hair growing back. RevitaBrow Advanced is great to have handy and can be used daily to strengthen and condition your eyebrows. BioPeptin Complex contains Biotin and a Green Tea Extract to strengthen brows and avoid brittleness and breakage. Use on a frequent basis for natural, healthier brows.

Our November Beauty Picks Are In

November is here and we're ready to kick up your makeup arsenal with some amazing beauty picks. Whether you're looking for something new to try or you're starting your holiday shopping a tad early, you'll want to check out this month's must-haves.

Tweezerman is well known for it's quality tools and this month's beauty pick is no exception. An Allure 2015 winner, Tweezerman's ProCurl Eyelash Curler is not only attractive and sleek, but works beautifully to curl your lashes with ease. This professional quality curler is designed with a wide opening and narrow top bar to fit different eye shapes. If you've ever experienced the excruciating pain of pinching your eyelid, then you'll want to give this curler a try. The thick and round silicone pad leaves your lashes curled perfectly without annoying creases. You'll love this curler so much, you'll want to get more as stocking stuffers for your beauty-loving friends. 

Once you've fallen in love with your new Tweezerman curler, you'll want our other beauty pick this month. bareMinerals is giving us Double Domination again this year. This awesome duo comes with a full size Lash Domination mascara for home and a travel size mascara for your makeup bag on the go. If you still haven't tried this volume-building mascara, you're missing out. bareMinerals' exclusive 180 spiraled wand curves around your lashes so they are covered at every angle. Lashes are left volumized, thick and longer than ever. This makes a great gift for anyone who wants the illusion of false lashes without actually wearing them. This year, the holiday packaging is too gorgeous to pass up. 

Tweeze Right!

Tweezers are a pretty necessary part of our beauty arsenal.  I mean, they do everything from pulling errant hairs to applying fake lashes-- and the right set of tweezers is crucial.  But, the last time you went to buy a new pair, there were about five different kinds, and it got kind of overwhelming, right?  Well, never fear, your favorite blogging beauty buff is here to help decipher the confusion of the pluckers, and help you figure out what you need to keep in your makeup bag!

First up, the hands down most common kind of tweezer is the slant edge.  These multi purpose slanted tweezers are great for eyebrows and stubborn hair.  The larger, flat tip area allows for general tweezing while the pointed tip can be used for more precise work.  They also make it easier to pull the hair in the direction of hair growth, avoiding painful pulling.  Use these tweezers if you're doing some major tweezing, and aren't trying to yank any tiny, fine hairs out. 

The next most common style of tweezer is the straight tip tweezer.  Straight tip tweezers are great for bikini line, thick eyebrows, and coarse,stubborn hair.  They can pull out several hairs at a time, so they are perfect for anybody who has foliclitis (where more than one hair grows out of the same follicle).  Use these tweezers there the hair growth direction is not uniform, and the tweezer doesn't have to be held at the same angle.  Again, straight edge tweezers are great for anybody doing some heavy lifting with their tweezing, and aren't going for precision. Another use-- these style of tweezers are great for applying strip lashes without getting glue all over you fingers!   

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