03-14-2013, 07:01 AM
Join Date: Mar 2013
Did you actually buy the makeup or just have her total it up?
Speaking as someone who worked for Macy's for years, I wouldn't call them makeup artists. They're salesgirls who usually like makeup. It doesn't mean they're not knowledgeable about their line, they can be, but their job is to sell. They've had a pretty quick training on makeup application, if that. Sorry that it wasnt as fun for you.
I would HIGHLY recommend finding an independent makeup artist (you can usually find them advertising for brides on the knot, etc) and setting up an appointment. They can be expensive, around $100 for a lesson but she will teach you everything and it's catered to your needs. That might be what you want. Otherwise, there is a site called pixie woo online that does tons of makeup tutorials. I find everything there!
Curly work in progress
2C with some 3A if all the stars align
Low porosity, medium to low density and fine
No sulfates since 2009
CG since 2013
In my stash:
Shampoos and conditioners- Tresemme Naturals Low Poo, Tresemme Naturals Moisturizing Aloe, Suave Naturals Coconut
Leave Ins- Kinky Curly Knot Today
Stylers- KCCC, AG Recoil, KY Lubricant (yup), SM Curl Milk
Gels- Ecostyler, Biosilk RHG
Mousse- Devacurl Uplifting Foam, Suave Captivating Curls