How to Use My Sister's Makeup

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When borrowing makeup, you want to make sure you're borrowing things that are hygienically okay to borrow. Use your sister's makeup with help from a celebrity makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, this is Jacqui Phillips and this is how to use your sister's makeup. If she lets you. When you're going to borrow your sister's makeup, if she lets you, you want to make sure that you're borrowing things that are hygienically okay to borrow. So, I think it's safe to say you could borrow a little blush. I think you could borrow a little, of the moisturizer, of the foundation, but I wouldn't borrow anything that directly goes in the eye or around the eye. If you want to borrow an eyeliner, as long as you can sharpen it and clean it, fine. Do not borrow mascara; that's disgusting, you can get pink eye and do not borrow things that you cannot sharpen and clean. Otherwise, you will get pink eye or you'll get some type of infection possibly. So, you don't want to take that chance. So, always make sure whatever you're going to borrow from your sister or somebody else that it's hygienically okay to borrow it. If you're going to borrow the makeup and you're also going to be borrowing the brushes to use, to borrow your sister's makeup, you want to make sure that you clean the brushes first before applying the makeup. Overall, when borrowing your sister's makeup or someone else's makeup, hygiene is your number one concern. When borrowing your sister's makeup, make sure that the tones match you as well. Maybe you're a brunette and maybe she's a blond. So, you want to make sure that you're going to use things that complement your skin tones as well. So, hygiene and color theory are the way to go in borrowing your sister's makeup. This is how to borrow your sister's makeup. This is Jacqui Phillips; to learn more about me, visit me at www.jacquiphillips.tv.

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