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Browse My Stash: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils

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Today you get to browse my stash of:
Review: *Traditional pencil that needs to be sharpened *Smooth, pigmented formula *Stays on all day and is waterproof *Retail Price - $20 each (full size - 1.2g/0.04 oz) *HUGE array of colors available - 40+ *Favorite and Most Worn Colors:  1999, Bourbon, Demolition, Perversion, Rockstar, Smog, Stash(see swatches with * below)

*Where to Buy:Ulta, Sephora, Beauty.com or UrbanDecay.com

*Summary: I highly recommend these eyeliners.  Their smooth and creamy formula glides easily on the skin without tugging....a necessity in my book when it comes to eye liners!These also work great as a base for eye shadow.  Just be sure to blend them out quickly because once they set, they do not budge! They are pricey soI usually buy these in sets (watch for them around Christmas time).  Also, many times Urban Decay includes a deluxe size withtheir palettes so that's another way that I've been able to enlarge my collection without breaking the bank.
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Styling My Hair: Tips, Products and Video Tutorial

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Almost every time I'm out in public, someone comments or asks a question about my hair.  Many people think it looks hard to fix and are surprised when I tell them I style it myself!  I can't tell you how many times I've been in the aisle at the grocery store explaining how I fix it and what products I use.  Several people have suggested I do a hair tutorial so that is just what I've done!

Linked below is the video I posted on YouTube where I show you all the products and tools I use and exactly how I style my hair.   Since posting the video, I've had a few questions that I thought I'd answer here:

1. How often do you get your hair cut?
**Every 4-5 weeks
2. How often do you highlight your hair?
**Every 3 months (due to the way I style my hair, it disguises root growth very well)
3. How often do you wash your hair?
**Pretty much everyday.  It's so easy to fix that it's just easier for me to start from scratch rather than trying to fluff up my "bed head&…