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Elva Hsiao Asian Inspired Makeup
Awesome and you want to curl your lashes. I’m going to put on ;my number 46 red cherry lashes and I’ll be right back. Okay, so I’m back and pretty much the eyes Elva really likes her false lashes. I heard that she never leaves the house without them so focus on that and then you know just make sure and just like focus on your bottom lashes to ring the bell. Next I am going to use let’s see this hello kitty tippy and I’m going to go really sparingly on this and just kind of down. on this and just kind of data at this and then just have like it right at the apples of cheeks but with Asian they like it actually right here not this way just like at the apples.
It’s pretty please and on that top of that I’m just going to use a clear quote so using the double end like the long lasting lip wear this avenue and this one is in pick air to give it some gloss and I can place a look, I hope you guys like and let me know if there’s any questions bye.
It’s a very lose interpretation but it’s pretty much you know you want you have you have face in the hot summer days and this is a good messy hair like pull together and how about if you want to see how it’s done continue watching so to achieve this look you probably want to start with hair because the oils in your will help the brace to stay so—