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I Got a Sacha Cosmetics Makeover!

Hello beautiful dolls! I love getting makeovers so when my good friend Stacy asked for me to be her model I of course agreed immediately. Stacey did the basic course with Sacha Cosmetics and was now onto the advanced course. As part of this course you have to do different looks and I was her last look to complete the course. The courses are done at the Sacha Image Centers.
So I made things easy for her and wore no makeup. This is what I looked like bare faced. You can see some spots on my face and those bags under my eyes.
So we started with the basic facial; cleanse, tone and moisturize using the Arista line. Arista is Sacha’s sister brand. Sacha Cream to powder foundation in the shade Perfect Caramel was applied to the face using a cosmetic wedge. Matte Ivory from the Concealer kit was used to get rid of my spots and dark areas.  Next were 2 shades from the contour kit for the highlighting and contouring of my face. This was how I looked after that. Notice how my face looks all one shade now, no spots and the bags under my eyes seem to disappear! She filled in my brows too using a dark brown eye-shadow.
Eye-shadow time! The eyes were primed using Matte Ivory from the Primer Kit. Kamaflage setting powder dusted onto cheeks to catch eye-shadow fallout. We used purples from the Amethyst and another eye-shadow trio. Also highlight colour from the Trinity eye-shadow trio.
We completed the eyes with Black Mascara and Black liquid eyeliner from Sacha of course. Two blushes used were Terracotta (Soft brown) first and then Russet (orangy coral).Lips were lined using Terracotta lip-liner. Lips were completed with lipstick in the colour Blazing Sunset with ligloss in the shade Cozy coral.

Russet Blush

My mom was impressed with my final look. She didn’t even realize it was me! I have to admit that even though the colours are bold I loved the overall look. I am up for a makeover any day!


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