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  1. Omg as youwas sayin bout the first one… i pu it on immediately and it was πŸ”₯ super cool tks allana for sharing.just the one that i needed. i thought i need a bb cream but no! I dont use foundation on a daily basis and i was concerned about my ysl foudation expiring, now i can use it more!

  2. I think the color of dipbrow is too dark. Try doing the hair strokes at the end first and reaaally slick the brow hairs against your skin and stic them there. You have to really smush them down for quite some time.

  3. I like the 7B brush better for dipbrow. Its thinner and less stiff than the 14 (and the 12) and is great at hair like strokes. I have decent brows w a little sparseness.

  4. I'm not a huge fan of the "staged" effect of your videos lately. I miss you sitting down in front of the camera in like your bedroom or living room with natural lighting and a more casual, personal feel

  5. I always gel my brows into place before adding color, it’s so much easier that way! I’m convinced that’s the way it was always meant to be done πŸ˜‚

  6. If I don't use a hydrated primer I like mixing moisturizer with my primer, I'm such a sucker for hydrating primer. I currently don't have one because I ran out of my too faced hangover primer, but I just ordered the fenty one ^^

  7. Mixing foundation with moisturiser is also super great to transform foundations that look to dry on the skin. You just have to be conscious of the ingredients, so you don't mix water based foundations with oily moisturiser and then wonder why does it look grainy and weird. But when you find a perfect mixer even the dryest cakiest foundation can look so flattering and thin (looking at you wet n wild photo focus haha)

  8. 🀨I had to check the date of this video…because, although I'm as far from being MUA as possible, I've heard about the majority of this tips, some even many years ago: Kandee J. has been doing that "v" on the tip of her nose for…decades?!
    Nevertheless, I love Allana – her genuiness, relatability, sweetness and quirky approach always makes me smile, feel relaxed, happy, filled with positive energy. And at times like this, I couldn't appreciate it more!πŸ™ŒπŸ»
    (and now I feel like my comment is rude…nah, that's just my good ol' sleep deprivation πŸ™„)
    Truthfully…"repetitio est mater studiorum", so it's never a bad thing to go through all this things from time to time.
    Love from Croatia πŸ˜˜πŸ’•

  9. 16:15 I’m getting Frida Kahlo vibes with the brows and the collared blouse πŸ‘š..and I’m kinda loving it πŸ’•πŸŒΈπŸŒ·πŸŒΈπŸ’• Some gorgeous dangly earrings would complete the look πŸ₯°

  10. Maybe with the eyebrows, try starting at the arch of your brow, and with what’s left on the brush work on the inner part. Works for me. πŸ˜‰

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