French It girl Jeanne Damas unveils her French-girl beauty secrets, from a perfectly imperfect red lip to an at-home bang trim.
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Joëlle Ciocco’s Elixir Nutritif
La Roche-Posay SPF 50 sunscreen
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Je ne comprends pas que personne fait de remarques sur son look soit disant sans mascara alors que ses pattes de mouches sont hyper visibles! Sans parler de son rouge à lèvres qui dépasse de ses babines...
I’m annoyed with the people complaining about her being ‘flawless’, unfair because she’s a ‘supermodel’, FAKE, ‘trying to look nAtURal’, ‘eating croissant to look like she’s effortlessly thin’, stereotypical ‘french’, and all that ridiculous whining. This is VOGUE. How do you think they make their money, using uglies and uninterestingly technical tutorials?
Do you really think that showing average people unstaged on their channel would appeal to their main viewers? You might say ‘yes because they would be more relatable’ but bish please, be honest to yourself and admit would you rather have diamonds or rocks? People watch these videos to look at celebs with good looks, if you wanna look at average people then go outside.
And if you’re looking for average people makeup videos then I’m SURE there are other channels for you. Don’t force a company that cater to specific consumers to make room for your very differing needs. Your complains are not justified.
I am French and I think Jeanne Damas is a fool. It’s so much nonsense she says but she earns tons of money with the Parisian/French girl myth she sells to foreign people. And the clothes are not very original but rather a rip off by everything Jane Birkin was wearing. At that time it was cool but now it is a bit too old fashioned.
She's stunning. I love this simple makeup routine. Here in Arizona, girls wear a pound of makeup. It's so overdone. Even I'm guilty of this now. This is so much more natural and beautiful than what a lot of American girls do. Thank you!
I hate how these women act like they were born perfect, when really, they have money to spend. Of course she doesn’t colour her brow because she got them done. And her lips are done too, but these so called fashion skinny girls will not ya’ll you that..
Her lips are entirely natural. Also, getting your eyebrows waxed and/or tinted makes perfect sense. I'm also pale with dark hair and eyebrows and if I filled them in, they would look far too dark and noticeable, and unnatural.
People here are like she’s trying hard to portray the “French girl” like eating a croissant etc... let me tell y’all this is a a VERY normal breakfast for French people! This is their breakfast! They eat bread with cafe in the morning I’m not even kidding! To y’all it may seem cliché and something that happens in film but this is what actually happens here in France
If you have straight lashes like many people do (including myself), it really makes a lot of difference. Jeanne does have quite curled lashes already, but eyelash curlers help them to stay curled for longer.
I think she's adorable
Je comprends pas le probleme, peut être psk chui pas française mais bn je trouve qu'elle est cute.
The croissant thingy is typical n funny tho, but like coffee with croissant is a super nrml breakfast combo the whole fuzz is for nthn
Of course she's beautiful and her makeup looks great in the end! But I clicked to see what I thought was gonna be a one step beauty routine and she got on a whole full face while saying "oh I'm so lazy lol I don't even know anything about makeup" the whole time while getting out a different product. Like she is not lazy or effortless, she actually tries REALLY hard to LOOK effortless and it irks me in the same way girls will say they're "not like other girls" when they're doing the exact same things all the other girls are doing...
Seriously? I'm kinda like confused, she is a model so she didn't really have inperferction that she must hide. I'm French and personally I think that French girl have evolved. Yes we don't really wear makeup like in USA but we wear natural makeup. Personally I wear Fondation, mascara, lipstick but always in a natural way. Like an non-makeup look you know. Sorry if you don't really understand what I'm saying... I'm not really fluent in English...
I always wonder how people put on makeup with their fingers. I did the same thing but it ended up looking very cakey and uneven. Maybe it's the oil she puts underneath that helps. Gonna try that trick next.
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May 22nd is Education Support Professionals Day!!
As educators, we know the crucial role played by the thousands of paraprofessionals, office workers, bus drivers, custodians and maintenance staff in our schools and/or Community Colleges. In fact, it would be difficult to imagine a school going for one day without ESPs.
When we talk about strengthening our schools, we need to strengthen everyone who works within them. Along with recruiting and retaining quality teachers, we must recruit and retain quality education support professionals. To do that, it certainly means providing decent wages and benefits to the people who spend their days making sure our students are safe, well fed and learning.