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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Jeanne Damas Does French-Girl Red Lipstick—And a 5-Second Easy Bang Trim | Beauty Secrets | Vogue
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.
Oh please. Mocking people's intelligence... Eating croissant while putting on make-up... it is so orchestrated that it makes me write a comment. Mon dieux! I zapped away once the croissant entered. What does she do with the rest of it anyways as she 'only eats is before lipstick'.
Okay but like this could be anywhere , girls here in Texas do they’re makeup like this too ,it’s fresh and clean and natural not “Parisian “. I LIVE for this woman I just don’t think it should be implied that she does all this because she is french
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I live in France and the Kardashian/Cheap Drag Queen style of make-up is frowned upon.
Lisa Eldridge style make up is the norm.
You see the "Instagram make up" in the streets of Paris tho because it's multicultural and multiethnic but in Normandie or Bretagne for example you can't even tell if a woman is wearing make up or not, my mother in law go as far as making her own lip tint with natural stuff.
This is close to how I do my "make up". Minus the concealer, highlight, contour, eyebrow gel and powder. Lol Instead, I use moisturizer, sunscreen, blemish-cover cream, lip balm, and red lipstick-- the only shade of lippie I wear. I use lipstick for my lips, cheeks, and eyes (like her). And then I'll just fix my brows with my fingers 'cause they already are thick and black. I don't pluck them either 'cause I like the messy look of it. I don't set with powder because I like my face glowy. My oily face acts as the highlight. LMAO 😂 But I mean, whatever works for you right? 😅 I'm glad to know that my "make up" style is called "Lazy French Girl" make up. 😅👌💄
this is the perfect example of a makeup done well. in day-to-day use it's better to use makeup to enhance your own beautiful features instead of trying to change them <3 wish my skin was clear so I could follow this routine... someday
" Does French-Girl" ? "5 seconds" ? lol. Hey, ma belle, comme ça a l'air chiant ton truc là. Et ta pause café-croissant devant le miroir de la salle de bain, qui doit y croire ? Ah, j'oubliais, les morues de service y croient ;)
Arrêtez avec vos elle veut trop françaiciser la vidéo, la vérité est qu'en effet les français ont des manières de vivre différentes d'autres pays, d'autres modes, d'autres manières de faire... Et le maquillage ici est souvent différent en effet qu'en Amérique par exemple. Ce n'est pas notre faute si tout le monde se réfère aux clichés et qu'il se peut que certains puissent être vrais.
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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.