Really like this video by Mary Kay on how to make your eyes pop when you have a hooded eye. You like what he did and would like to recreate it for yourself. Need a consultant?? Here I am. You can visit my website for products to recreate this wonderful look or find information on how to contact me. www.marykay.com/jennypurnhagen .
You will need the following products to recreate this look: MK Eye Primer, MK Cream Eye Color Iced Cocoa, MK Cream Eye Color/Concealer Brush, MK Smudger Brush, MK Mineral Eye Color Espresso, MK Eye Cream Crease Brush, MK Mineral Eye Color Chocolate Kiss, MK Eyeliner Eye Brow Brush, MK Gel Eyeliner Jet Black.
Just because you are living with Chronic disease/illness does not mean you cannot look good. When you do something like making up your eyes and you look in the mirror and you smile, you feel better even if it is for a brief moment. It takes your mind off of being sick. YES IT IS REAL!![divider][fblike style=”standard” showfaces=”false” width=”450″ verb=”like” font=”arial”] [fbshare type=”button” width=”100″] [google_plusone size=”standard” annotation=”none” language=”English (UK)”]
When you have Chronic Disease/Chronically Ill eating may be difficult when finding foods that will not cause a reaction. I have done much research and found most individuals with chronic diseases/chronically ill have allergic reactions to Gluten. I have found by accident my favorite flour that does not have that after taste that most have. You really cannot taste a difference in this Gluten-Free flour to Gluten flour. I was at a Bunco night out with the ladies and one of the prizes was Bobs Red Mill One to One Baking Flour and I was the lucky one and won a bag of it. I have to say it was a fantastic prize to win. This is the best. You will be surprised how good it makes the food. It is so easy to use as well; you use it like the general gluten flour.
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