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10 comments:

  1. I really love, love, love your blog. It's smart, modern, personal and full of awesome product tips. There are SO many brands I'd never heard of. Can't wait to check them out. Keep on writing, teaching, surfing and posting! I'm a fan.

    As a writer, ex model/ MU artist we have a lot in common. Sans the professor part. :)
    If there is anything I can do to support The Beauty Professor, let me know!

    Cheers,
    Jackie
    http://modelcitizenmakeup.blogspot.com

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  2. Hello Jackie,

    Thank you so much for the warm and kind comment. It is so encouraging to get positive feedback from a fellow beauty blogger and it sounds like we have quite a lot of other elements in common as well! I look forward to keeping in touch...I just took a peek at your brilliant blog and left a comment!

    Have a wonderful weekend,

    --The Beauty Professor

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  3. Hi The Beauty Professor, I was just wondering what is the brand of the glasses you are wearing on your pics above??? They are cool!
    Thanks!

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    1. Hello Virginie,

      Thanks for your question. My glasses are by Giorgio Armani...I have had them for at least a decade and just keep getting my lenses replaced as my eyes change because I love them so much. I hope they last me a lifetime ; )

      Thank you for stopping by!!

      xoxo,

      --The Beauty Professor

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  4. I can't get enough of your blog! Love it! I've been trying to decide which foundation to purchase and you have helped me out so much! Could you suggest a good setting powder or pressed powder? I couldn't find any of these reviews (if they are on here not sure)
    Thanks so much! Can't wait to read the new reviews you post.

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    1. Hi Anon!

      Thank you so much!! I am so glad you found your way here ; ) In response to your question, there are a few that I really love and use on a consistent basis...the first two have been swatched and reviewed on my blog (just search for the names in the search bar!):
      (1) Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Diffused Light (a beautiful setting powder with an airbrushed finish) (2) Sulwhasoo Brightening Powder Compact and (can act as a light foundation and also provides more coverage than the Hourglass) (3) Serge Lutens Teint Si Fin (super expensive but a worthy splurge...to be reviewed soon)

      Hope that helps...take care and do keep me posted on what you decide!

      xoxo,

      --The Beauty Professor

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  5. Wonderful Blog! As a fellow makeup artist it's been so handy being able to see your swatches before purchasing products. Just wondering what you use as your own personal, everyday under-eye concealer. For clients I generally use Ben Nye concealers and a touch of translucent powder to set but I don't LOVE this solution, particularly for bridal and special occasion makeup as it can very easily look too heavy/over-done. Have you got any suggestions for an under-eye formula that is highly pigmented and not prone to creasing? I've tried Eve Pearl Salmon concealer and 'It Cosmetics' Bye-Bye Under-Eye without success. Whilst they are both super creamy and pigmented, they settle into fine lines and powdered they then look cakey and dry. The most fitting solution I have found to my own dreadful under-eye circles is Kat Von D's lock it foundation applied with a beauty blender and layered under they eye. However, my dark circles still manage to show through. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks again,
    Madi

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    1. Thank you so much, Madi! I am so glad that my swatches are helpful for you (that is always my goal!). For under eye concealer, I alternate between the LMdB Peau Vierge concealer in #2, the Giorgio Armani Maestro Eraser Concealer in #4 (both the LMdB and GA versions also feature built in skincare to combat aging and dark circles) and the Rouge Bunny Rouge illuminator in Orionis (which is a lighter option for when I am feeling very rested). I also own the Kat Von D Tattoo concealer and like it sometimes, but, like the KVD foundation, it has to be applied lightly and blended very well or it can run the risk of looking cakey.

      I hope those suggestions help!

      xoxo and keep in touch,

      --The Beauty Professor

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  6. Hello, by chance I found your blog, I'm thrilled! So beautifully decorated and lovingly formed. You are now my great inspiration, thank you. I do not follow any blog until now. Lots of products is unknown to me, perhaps I ever get the chance to try them out. I'm from the Czech Republic, which is the other end of the globe, but you'll be watching all the time. Thank you and have a nice Marcella

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    1. Hello Marcella,

      I am so glad you found your way here...thank you for your kind words!

      xoxo and don't hesitate to let me know if you ever have any questions,

      --The Beauty Professor

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