In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- There were tubes of mascara, eyeliner, different shades of eye shadow, blusher and dozens and dozens of lip gloss.
- She advised Jane to go for a lighter foundation and add colour by using blusher.
- She applied eye shadow, mascara, a little bit of blusher, and strawberry lip-gloss to finish the look.
- He recommends a wax or cream formulation for eye pencil, lipstick and cream blusher on the beach.
- Older women tend to over-compensate by putting on too much foundation, blusher and powder.
- The range of natural make-up includes mascara, lip liner, eye shadow and blusher, as well as cosmetic brushes.
- They also seem to lose all sense of colour as the make up goes on… bright pink lipstick, blue eye shadow and mascara, oodles of blusher and funny coloured hair.
- ‘When I do a competition I wear foundation, blusher, lipstick and mascara,’ she said.
- I dusted some blusher onto my cheeks and ran a comb through my hair.
- We can give them rhinestones or glitter on the nails, or make-up, which is blusher, eyes and lips.
- Although I don't wear a huge amount, you'll never see me without blusher and lip-gloss.
- One of the quickest and most effective ways to give glitz to your looks is to add blusher to your make-up routine.
- She had just been on holiday so I didn't want to use too much foundation, I mainly used some blusher on her cheeks.
- From this distance it was impossible to tell whether it was blusher or that colouring that seems to come with a life in the country.
- One thug is bound and dressed in lingerie, lipstick and blusher.
- I'd just done it myself - some concealer, tinted moisturiser, blusher, mascara and that was it.
- I added blusher and eyeshadow.
- After applying a light foundation all over the face, smudge a little cream or gel blusher over the cheekbone with a brush or finger.
- Make-up is simple - lip gloss, mascara and blusher - but my hair is unruly, so I'm in and out of the hairdressers more times than enough.
- I just knew the five most basic things - compact powder, eye shadow, blusher, eyeliner and lipstick.
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