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Old 12-17-2006, 03:01 AM   #1
 
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hey i want a makeover..can you people give me suggestions on how to change my look?
p.s my hairs naturally curly its straightened here..i want to change my hair color to
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Old 12-17-2006, 03:09 AM   #2
 
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sorry i forgot to mention..im the pale one..
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Old 12-17-2006, 10:41 AM   #3
 
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i wouldn't change your hair colour.... maybe get highlights?

try wearing less eyeliner and going for a softer look with pale lipgloss/lipstick once in a while too.
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try wearing less eyeliner and going for a softer look with pale lipgloss/lipstick once in a while too.
I agree with this.

Also, one thing I do a lot when I want to change my look a little is change the part in my hair.

I love your hair color! That's pretty close to the color I want, but I'm afraid to change it...
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Old 12-17-2006, 03:21 PM   #5
 
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I wouldn't change your haircolor. It's beautiful the way it is and if you try to lighten it with a one-step process, you will probably get brassy, not to mention the problem of roots. If you must color, you could try some subtle highlights.

I agree with the other poster...you need less eyeliner under your eyes.
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Old 12-17-2006, 04:02 PM   #6
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You could cut your hair short...just past your chin.

Not that it looks bad the way it is.
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I think your eyeliner looks more appropriate for evening with a nice shadow to create a smokey look. I would go a bit lighter lining the bottom of the eye to open your eyes a bit. I think your hair color is lovely and wouldn't change a thing
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Old 12-17-2006, 08:17 PM   #8
 
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You're beautiful! I'd love to see a picture of you with your hair curly.

Maybe less eyeliner, and some eye shadow to play up your pretty eyes.

Also, I can't tell from the picture but have you ever tried blush? I used to think that blush was just for older women, but now I love it! It really brightens up my face.
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Old 12-18-2006, 12:12 AM   #9
 
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i have small eyes how do i enhance my green eyes? eyeliner is the only thing dat makes it prominent n stand out n i jst put it on the lower lid coz my upper lid is too small to put eyeliner on.. it makes me look like i have black eyeshade on..


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Old 12-18-2006, 12:30 AM   #10
 
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I don't think you have small eyes at all. The heavy eyeliner underneath makes them look smaller though.

You should try using a light touch of dark purple as a liner under your eyes, on the outter edges only. Purple and green are opposite on the color wheel and purple really makes the green pop. Also, put a little of the dark purple in the "V" of the upper outter eyelid. You can use a neutral or cool brown all over the lid if you want to...or be daring and try a lavendar.

Green-eyed women can also wear green eyeshadow...I have green eyes and I wear it all the time. The trick is to find the right shade of green...one which matches the tone of your eyes. You'll probably find that your green eyes are more towards yellow than blue, so olive-toned green eyeshadows look great. Watch out for blues and bluish-greens...they tend to clash awful with green eyes.
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Old 12-18-2006, 10:29 PM   #11
 
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can u suggest a good purple eyeliner and the green eyeshadow u use..or do u have any picture of your green eyes with purple eyeliner on? because im nervous as to how i should put purple eyeliner on..

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nadya, the best thing to do is just experiment.

if you don't like how something looks, wash it off and start over again.

my favourite purples are from MAC cosmetics - i have the violet kohl liner pencil and Shale and Trax eye shadows. you might want to try something fun like the new Maybelline Shadow Stylist - it's a dip powder with a wand applicator and the purple shade is Rich Violet would be lovely on you.
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Old 12-21-2006, 07:10 AM   #13
 
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thnks a lot!
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Old 01-03-2007, 01:29 PM   #14
 
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Nadya,

Even though I have blue/grey eyes I found that violet shades really make my eyes pop too! I have found the perfect eyeliner. Revlon Colorstay, self-sharpening, makes a shade called Vixen that is a very suddle deep violet. I have found that this is my fave eyeliner brand, and stays on much better than dept. store liner, including MAC. I totally agree that MAC has the best green eye shadows to be found...plus you can try on different shades to see what you like, rather than ending up w/ a dud.
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Nadya,

Even though I have blue/grey eyes I found that violet shades really make my eyes pop too! I have found the perfect eyeliner. Revlon Colorstay, self-sharpening, makes a shade called Vixen that is a very suddle deep violet. I have found that this is my fave eyeliner brand, and stays on much better than dept. store liner, including MAC. I totally agree that MAC has the best green eye shadows to be found...plus you can try on different shades to see what you like, rather than ending up w/ a dud.
I have blue/green eyes and have always been told purple shades would look good on my eyes. I have a fair complexion and my haircolor varies. Anyways, whenever I wear purple/plum shadows people ask me if I'm tired or feeling ill.

I went to Target today to buy the Vixen eyeliner but they were out. I found one called Raisin that looks nice with my green eyeshadows.
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Old 01-04-2007, 05:33 PM   #16
 
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I can't see a picture, a link for a picture, or a www button at the bottom of your post I can't see internetchick's www button, either, and I know that she has a fokti or whatever.
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