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11 Products

  • $28

    Using the wand of the Curl Revolution Shape and Sculpt mascara, coat your lashes starting from the roots, all the way to the top. Use quick wiggly motions at the bottom of your lashes to make sure all your lashes are being coated and curled to perfection. Wait a couple of seconds before going in with another coat and repeat to get your desired lash efffect – but without any clumps!

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  • $18

    Dip the tip of your eyeliner brush in Little Black Pot Gel Eyeliner and starting from the outer corner of your eye, apply the gel eyeliner up to the point you would like the cat eye to stop. Then, work your way backwards starting from that point towards your lashline all the way to the inner corner of your eye using small, steady strokes, staying close to the lashline.

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  • $25

    Outline the top and the bottom of the brow along the tail with the pomade product. Your tail should always be the darkest, and the front sparsely filled in to create a feathered look. Lastly, fill in your eyebrow to the perfect shade that you desire.

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  • $25

    Outline the top and the bottom of the brow along the tail with the pomade product. Your tail should always be the darkest, and the front sparsely filled in to create a feathered look. Lastly, fill in your eyebrow to the perfect shade that you desire.

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  • $18

    Outline the top and the bottom of the brow along the tail with the pomade product. Use the spoolie brush to comb the brows upwards and fill in any sparse areas by creating hair-like strokes using the pencil. Repeat by using the spoolie brush again but this time, comb the brow hair downwards and fill in the sparse areas on top of the brow. Your tail should always be the darkest, and the front sparsely filled in to create a feathered look. Lastly, use the spoolie to distribute the product evenly to give a more blended look – while you’re at it, don’t forget to brush the front of the brows to feather out the product to give it a more natural look!

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