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Makeup and Tools a Makeup Artist Need

The University of Makeup provides two similar makeup kits. The Pro Makeup Kit has all the basic items that any makeup artist should have where the Master Makeup Kit is a complete set of items perfect for any makeup artistry. Our makeup kits are ideal for bridal, fashion, runway, red …

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The Color Wheel and Color Combinations

Before you can become a makeup guru, you need to know how different colors work. Knowing this helps you put together a perfectly suitable color palette for yourself or a client. Remember that the colors need to go well with the facial features and also be in alignment with the …

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History of Makeup

Humans have used cosmetics and makeup to embellish their looks and cover up blemishes since times immemorial. The life-like bust of Queen Nefertiti is perhaps one of the best-known portrayals of the makeup skills of the ancients. But the Egyptians were not the only ones to use various natural products …

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Weekly Skin Care Routine- Facial Mask Treatments

Another weekly skincare process you should adopt is the use of facial masks. You may be using masks when you need to prepare your skin for a special event or when it seems very dull and lifeless. But making this a part of your weekly regimen ensures that it gets …

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Daily and Weekly Skin Care Routine

Caring for your skin is not an optional item on your daily list of things to do. The way you look plays a very crucial role in shaping the way you feel about yourself. When your skin is fresh and glowing with good health, you feel confident and self-assured. Proper …

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Outreach and Influencer Relations

In the prior sections, I presented the new role of the customer and the impact on business disciplines like CRM and the identification of influencers. I’ve shown how Social CRM fits into an organization’s intelligence and relationship man[1]agement program and how it ties the response-driven foundation of traditional CRM to …

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Club Membership Brings Expectations

In the preceding discussion of relationships and interactions and their importance in developing a strong sense of shared purpose within a community, left aside was how the social norms or rules of etiquette are established and maintained within a community. Cyberbullying, flame wars, and the general bashing of newbies work …

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The Engagement Process and Social Business

the combined acts of consumption, curation, creation, and collaboration carry participants in the conversations around your business from readers to talkers to co-creators. Two fundamentally important considerations that are directly applicable to your business or organization come out of this. First, your audience is more inclined to engage in collaborative …

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The Social Web and Engagement

This next section provides a conceptual starting point in understanding how the critical activities of engagement and response are enabled through the adoption of social technology and supporting processes. Beware: It’s a different viewpoint than that which applies to “engagement” in traditional media. Engagement is redefined by consumers when acting …

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Social Business Is Holistic

When you combine identity, ease of publishing, and the penchant to publish and to use shared information in purchase-related decision-making processes, the larger role of the Social Feedback Cycle and the practice of social business emerges: Larger than the loop that connects sales with marketing —one of the areas considered …

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