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{My Top Makeup Daily Picks} Favorites and Must-Haves!

Top Makeup Picks: My Daily Favs



I'm often asked how I get my lipstick to stay on all day, what mascara do I recommend since I wear contacts, or how I keep my skin tone even, even when I'm blushing from head-to-toe. So, I figured why not share with you my favorite makeup products that I love to use on a daily basis? My favorite out of the whole bunch: the MAC prolong wear in red. It stays on ALLLLLLLL DAYYYYYY!

Do you have some staples that are always in your purse? Makeup you simply can't do without? Comment to tell me about it. I'd love to know! xo, Jolie

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