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*This is a Blog just on Makeup, Nails and occasionally, Hair where i get to share one of my obsessions with you all. I will be posting videos and pictures that are all makeup related.

* I do post my own pictures that are taken by me, and at times i do create picture tutorials and reviews

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Just started using makeupsocial

For those of you that know what i, talking about, you can find me by “makeupfever”

For those that don’t know what that is, it’s basically an instagram for all things beauty. It’s only available for Apple though.

I will be posting my personal looks on there as well as my collections!

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Anonymous: Hi! I have a question that I was hoping you could answer for me. I have very fair, pinkish skin. I have a cool undertone, but I use a foundation that neutralizes the pinkness in my skin. I would like to try an orange lipstick, but I've heard before that only people with warm undertones should wear it. Is this true, or is it a dumb rule that someone made up? Would it really be unflattering on my cool/pinkish skin, even though my foundation makes it more neutral? Thanks in advance! x 

Hey!!
Okay so honestly, you dont know if you dont try it!
Its not a rule per say, you can wear it if you want to wear it. They just look and see what colors go with which for example on a color wheel.

The reason i, telling you that you dont know if you dont try it, its because there are so many shades of orange. There are warm oranges, cooler oranges and so on. Also your foundation changes your skin pigmentation. So probably..

Sorry im not too much of help, but just wanted to let you know that! Also some colors, you might just beed to get used to wearing!

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