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My Birthday Makeup 2015! ♡ Get Ready With Me!

Hi! Todays video is my makeup I wore on my BIRTHDAY! :) and I also show you which scent I wore! xx
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My Perfume Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCZRE7D45gY

My Birthday Vlog: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9mmAyu9rNg

2014 Birthday Makeup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUH2wvUGLY8

2013 Birthday Makeup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUf_Q6N9h0k

2012 Birthday Makeup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6ZOLogZqyI


No, its not the lighting, my foundation DOES look a little off! Haha I actually filmed this a day or two after my birthday (check out my vlog channel) because my birthday didn't go so well... I had a fresh layer of tan on in this video, because I had a meet up the next day and wanted it to look good! The foundation didn't match the bronzer in the tan but I wanted to use the exact products I used on my actual birthday :) Hope that makes sense haha xx

Scentbirds portion of this video was sponsored however its a product, service and fragrance I love as you know! I wouldn't promote it unless I enjoyed it :) Scentbird isn't available world-wide, but I still like to let my US based followers know about cool products and services too :) I am not making money off the coupon code.

Feel free to skip that portion at the end if you aren't interested instead of leaving negativity as I know a bunch of my subscribers now use/want to use this service and will enjoy the discount codes. Thank u xx


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Products Used:
Urban Decay Prep Spray
Bare Minerals Primer Neutralising
Nars Sheer Glow Punjab
xoBeauty Flat Top Face Brush http://bit.ly/xobeauty
Chi Chi 3in1 Concealer
Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer
Laura Mercier Undercover Powder
Clinique Blush Brush (I think? It was a random one from a set haha)
Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Powder
xoBeauty Bronzer Brush
Urban Decay Setting Spray
Billion Dollar Brows Brush
MAC Fluidline Brow Dirty Blonde
Loreal Brow Plumper
Benefit Stay Don't Stray Primer
Stila Eyes Are The Window Mind Palette
xoBeauty Round Top Eye Brush
Make Up For Ever M-664
xoBeauty Tapered Blending Brush
Ardency Inn Rose Gold Eyeshadow
xoBeauty Angled Eyeshadow Brush
Urban Decay Midnight Cowgirl Eyeshadow
xoBeauty Eyeshadow Small Blender Brush
Chi Chi 3D Magic Lash Mascara
xoBeauty The Soulmate Lashes http://bit.ly/xobeauty
Benefit Hoola Bronzer
xoBeauty Medium Face Brush
xoBeauty Face Definer Brush
MAC Mineralise Blush New Romance
MAC Shell Cream Color Base
xoBeauty Precise Bl...

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