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Lolita Pastel Goth and Doll-Like Makeup Tips for your 30’s

Hey Everyone!

I recently started posting YouTube videos and have a series dedicated to Beauty and Skincare. I love sharing my tips on how to tend to your skin when you’re around my age, and am happy to help in any way I can. Here are a few makeup tips I use to give myself the appearance of a more of a fresh-faced and alert woman. I hope you enjoy these tips and if you have any questions feel free to contact me. I’ll do my absolutely best to help!

 

Lolita Pastel Goth and Doll-Like Makeup Tips for your 30's Lolita Pastel Goth and Doll-Like Makeup Tips for your 30's

 

  1. Brown Liner and Mascara – Black liner can weigh down your eyes and give you the appearance of looking tired, which aids in you looking older. On most days, I opt for brown liners and mascaras to give myself a little lift! I love Dolly Wink liner and mascara. They’re really affordable Japanese products and very well made! I use them every single day and recommend them.

Lolita Pastel Goth and Doll-Like Makeup Tips for your 30's

     2. Avoid Pink and Red Shadows – I don’t like to wear these colors around my eyes since they make me look exhausted. It’s not a look I can pull off and like to stick to very light, cool toned neutrals. I’ve been using the Too Faced Natural Eyes pallet for over a year now and use it just about every single day! It’s perfect for any skin tone and there are is a nice variety of silky and matte textures. This is hands down my favorite shadow!

Lolita Pastel Goth and Doll-Like Makeup Tips for your 30's

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   3. BB Creams are Better than Foundation – I am a firm believer in BB Creams! Since my first time I have not looked back. The world of foundation no longer exists for me because BB creams are light in formula, fortified with skin friendly ingredients and give me a natural and dewy finish. I love Maybelline BB Fresh because they offer a range of BB’s for many skin tones, not just fair like mine. Most Japanese and Korean products are marketed for women with fair skin, but this American brand is great. It was my first BB and I used it religiously up until I started reviewing Japanese and Korean Skincare products.

 

For a few more tips check out my latest video!

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