Wednesday, February 18, 2015

The Tools of the Trade

Whether you’re a beauty guru or not, the tools of the trade remain basically the same. I can’t remember at what age I started plucking my eyebrows; I assume I was in high school. I don’t have bushy eyebrows or a unibrow but they are thick. I remember in junior high I wore Cover Girl's compact foundation in a shade too light for me.  Fail. I still wore it anyway. I also remember using red lipstick; think Gwen Stefani… not anymore. Early in high school I stopped wearing makeup, later during my senior year I would wear only eyeliner.

It was after high school that I really got into makeup. I’m really lucky that I don’t have any issues with my nails but I do cut them from time to time and I reach for the nail cutter and file. I share this with you because though the years certain tools are basically a part of us. It’s important to invest in a good pair of tweezers, razor, and eye lash curler and sharpener; this could be the difference of your appearance. I find it very hard to find a good pair of tweezers. When I find one I try not to lose them because replacing them can be difficult.

If you’ve t been wearing makeup for years you know exactly what I’m talking about. I am a fan of Tweezerman but Revlon also makes good tools. In fact my favorite pair of tweezers where form Revlon, I have no idea where they’re at.

What’s you’re favorite brand of tool?


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