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Flawlessly Pull Off The “No Makeup” Makeup Look

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  1. Dani says:

    Yes for Nars Cruella! It’s one of the best reds out here for women of color!!!

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  2. Candace says:

    Lol @ these comments… I want her hair tutorial. Her natural is fabulous!!!??

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  3. Stacey says:

    Thank you for this. I’m purchasing these products right now

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  4. Gina Girl says:

    The reason she put NO MAKEUP in quotations was to highlight the fact that even though make up is involved the purpose is to look like you don’t have any on. I get what the English major was pointing out but I think she purposely did that so it wouldn’t be misleading. Either way it was a good article.

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  5. The MBA says:

    The English major is wrong on this one. “Quotation marks can occasionally be used for emphasis,” does not describe the writer’s actual use of the phrase, “no makeup.” The phrase was used as a contrast of the noun “makeup” (i.e., how to wear makeup to pretend that you’re not wearing makeup). Further, one can infer that the author of the quote, “no makeup” is the collective of individuals who use the colloquialism to describe the phenomenon of wearing makeup in a manner to give the false illusion of not wearing makeup. It’s a colloquialism that does not have to be ascribed a specific author.

    On a different note, I loved the article. I wear “no makeup” almost everyday. 🙂

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  6. Kyla Ky says:

    Love it, this is my everyday look. I don’t like to look like I’m wearing a face full of make-up so I only put on a bit of foundation/BB cream, mascara and lipstick. I’m going to look into purchasing the NARS product and the Smashbox BB Cream.

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  7. CakeByThePound says:

    Looks great! I definitely will look into the concealer and concentrate cream! You are gorg!

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  8. Ms. Smith says:

    Joanna Giirrrrrrll… No MakeUp was in QUOTES!😩Quotation marks can occasionally be used for emphasis, but only when quoting a single word which someone else used. Usually, this implies that the author does NOT agree with the use of the term.

    I don’t intend to be the grammar police buuut you tried it 😒. #EnglishMajorsBeLike …

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  9. Ms. Smith says:

    & thanks for sharing your secret McKenzie bc when I put on a full face I breakout so this will be AMAZING for me. 😊

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  10. Lerona says:

    Beautiful

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  11. Ms. Smith says:

    @The MBA I also said that the way it was used implies that the author does not typically agree with the original use of the term. But hey, I’m just an undergrad and don’t know everything ✌

    Happy holidays, ladies!

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  12. Luckymecandy says:

    Love this!!! I’m a bb cream (never foundation) kind of girl and I just purchased a Nars concealer last month. I am going to go back and find one exactly my color and see how well this trick works. Thanks!

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  13. Te says:

    I will be doing this routine daily , after I purchas those items!

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  14. London Lavendar says:

    Great tutorial!! I recently starting using smash box bb cream and it’s changed my beauty routine completely.

    Also if anymore is interested Sephora offers free classes for beauty insiders. That’s where I learned my no makeup makeup look

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  15. Laura says:

    So there really isn’t no natural beauty, no make up face in this article. Bummer😒

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  16. Joanna Girl says:

    I really thought based in the title of the article that it would be no make up. That’s so misleading. You have a full face of makeup on including drawn on eyebrows.

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    1. Gina says:

      apparently some people didn’t read the title in it’s entirety, Because the title seems to go with the post very well. I think you did a great job with pulling off a very subtle makeup look.

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