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Here they are! Our Beauty Bit Ladies. Hermione (Bare), Pepper (Practical), Cordelia (Trendy), Evil Queen (Dramatic), Effie (Step Away From the Makeup!), Mystique (Always Changing).

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Hadas

Hadas

 

Ethnicity/Skin Color: Middle Eastern/Light brown
Expertise/Usage: Pepper Potts (practical) about makeup, Evil Queen (dramatic) about maintenance
Budget: Drugstore
Best Buy: I just recently bought Maybelline Great Lash BIG Very Black because I remember many people recommending it (it is the pink and green tube). It definitely opens up my lashes which I need because they are very long and sometimes get tangled. I think I might try to find a brown version because the black is a little bit too dramatic for every day.
Price: Approx $5.00
Sold By: Drugstores Everywhere

 

 

Sophiesophie

 

Ethnicity/Skin Color: White as Snow.
Expertise/Usage: Pepper Potts (practical, but I enjoy using makeup/skin products)
Budget: Sephora
Best Buy: For every day Maybelline Volume Express Mascara Falsies Black and for nights out MAC Studio Fix Boldblack Lash
Price: Maybelline – $17 or Mac – $42
Sold by: Maybelline is sold at supermarkets and chemists and MAC is available from flagship stores or department stores.

Vanessa

vanessa

 

 

Ethnicity/Skin Color: Latina/White – light olive
Expertise/Usage: In between Pepper Potts (practical) & Cordelia Chase (trendy)
Budget: Drugstore
Best Buy: Maybelline Great Lash BIG Brown
Price: $5.00
Sold by: Drugstores

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  • DolphinPatronus

    I just finished listening to this episode & just wanted to say that not only is Vaseline great for removing eye make up but so is baby oil. I don’t wear a ton of make up but when I do it’s almost always eye make up & baby oil takes it off so gently.

    • Hadas

      Score! Do you use a cotton ball to apply?

      • DolphinPatronus

        I do. I put enough to dampen the cotton ball but not soak it & gently wipe it away. If it feels too oily on my eye I’ll take a dry & wipe off the excess & if I feel like the original one is too dirty I’ll dampen another. I also use a fresh one for my other eye.

        When I was younger I used to volunteer as a clown (yes a CLOWN) with the Red Cross & we used baby oil &/or Vaseline to take off our clown make up.

  • I just finished listening to this episode & just wanted to say that not only is Vaseline great for removing eye make up but so is baby oil. I don’t wear a ton of make up but when I do it’s almost always eye make up & baby oil takes it off so gently.

    • Score! Do you use a cotton ball to apply?

      • I do. I put enough to dampen the cotton ball but not soak it & gently wipe it away. If it feels too oily on my eye I’ll take a dry & wipe off the excess & if I feel like the original one is too dirty I’ll dampen another. I also use a fresh one for my other eye.

        When I was younger I used to volunteer as a clown (yes a CLOWN) with the Red Cross & we used baby oil &/or Vaseline to take off our clown make up.