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Make Up products I could not live without!

There are two products in my Make Up Kit that I truly could not live without.

They are top secret..... until now!

The first one :

Dermacolor Concealer Pallette.

This clever little pallette is a cosmetic camouflage cream that was developed to cover up birthmarks, portwine stains, psoriasis - It even covers tattoos!  Because of the skin it was developed to be used upon, it has been made for even the most sensitive of skins.

I bring my pallette to every job that I do, knowing that I can cover up ANYTHING I come across, and will always have the correct colour as there are 16 different colours in each pallette.

My second Make up secret is :
Dermacolor Fixing Spray              

This handy container is all that you need to make ALL make up waterproof and sweatproof.
It can be used in conjunction of ANY make up at all, as well as used with other dermacolor products - you simply hold it 12 inches away from your face, close your eyes, take a deep breath and spray.

Not only have I used this product in my underwater make up shoots, but I also use it on myself when I am going to a salsa club all night long, knowing that after 5-6 hours of nonstop salsa dancing that my make up will look as fresh as the minute I put it on..........

Just don't tell anyone else about my make up secrets!


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