Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Dental make up

Well, yeah, I have been known to paint on my teeth on occation but that is not what I'm talking about right now.
Purple eyebrows, M.A.C. blacktrack fluidline, pastel pink and white and black eyeshadow, blue IsaDora shadow under the eye and Viva la Diva glitter in green and blue on top of blue shadow
As we know dentists are known for using instruments that showers your whole face with water, and then rubs their arms in the eyebrow area leaving you look like a disco chic on her way home on a Sunday morning..so dental make up must be able to withstand that.

The best thing is to not paint any eyebrows at all, or in very light colors, and then use waterproof eyeliner and mascara on the eyes - and for God's sake - NO lipstick (put it in your bag and paint it on after)! Unless you want to look like Marilyn Manson (that is very cool) but not on me for a day-to-day make up.
Last time I had only black shadow around my eyes, looking like Uncle Fester ;)
The first dental make up?


8 comments:

  1. make a tutorial... that make up is great!!!!

    good luck with the dentist :S

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  2. Good to know before my next dentist appointment ;)

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  3. Hahaha, you are the cutest and funniest!

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  4. If you use a semi-permanent lip color it will last throughout the visit and it doesn't smear at all. I like Revlon Colorstay Overtime or CoverGirl Outlast.

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  5. Nice! I love it! You look great with any make up. But yea I agree, downside of dentists is there tools... It's not a great thing haha

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  6. I agree with you. We always want to look pretty and presentable, and your advice about having light makeup when going to the dentist does makes sense. Also, our lips tend to dry after a dental procedure, so it's practical to bring a lipstick or chapstick to moisturize your lips after.

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