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VIDEO TUTORIAL: 1 Makeup 3 Lipsticks


VIDEO TUTORIAL: 1 Makeup 3 Lipsticks

The other day, I was to attend an event (Blogger engagement) but I had to be at work before that and right after the event I was expected at a party as well... Imagine the turmoil my mind was in wondering about the various places I could think off where I could easily change outfits... And it wasn't just the outfits but also the makeup that would have required a drastic change when I flitted from one place/event to another...

And then a brainwave struck and it inspired this video tutorial...

So this week's video is a tutorial for a makeup look that can be transformed drastically according to the occasion with just swapping the lipstick.

View on YouTube 

The lipsticks that I have used in this video for the 3 looks are:
1. NYX Matte Lip Cream in Lodon
2. NYX Matte Lip Cream in San Paolo
3. L'Oreal Paris Infallible Lipstick in Always Apricot

Do let me know how you find the video...


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