Beauty is not defined by the clothes you wear or the makeup on your face BUT by the way you carry your struggles with smiles, hard work & love— Lauren Jauregui
Dreamy Love Makeup quotations
If you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.
Every woman deserves a man to ruin her lipstick, not her mascara
The most beautiful makeup of a woman is passion. But cosmetics are easier to buy.
I love black thighs, you sisters better realize That real hair and real eyes get real guys. So before you makeup your face, you better make up your mind.
If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so is ugliness.
I love the confidence that makeup gives me.
The thing that makes makeup or clothing or fashion beautiful is the fact that the person wearing them loves themselves and loves being able to kind of use them as artistic tools. And so if I was to give one piece of advice, it would be to find beauty in your core first before you go out into the world and find it in other ways.
I feel most sexy when everything comes together! I like to maintain myself by going to the gym, I love the gym. I also feel most confident when I feel most beautiful inside - it shows on the outside! If I don't feel like putting on makeup to leave the house, I just add a slick of lipstick to make myself feel sexy
I think part of me would love to play a drag queen, just because it would be an excuse to wear loads of eye makeup.
I don't know why I've always loved makeup so much.
It helps me get ready for my day and the stage. It really does make a huge difference. We're just so lucky as women to be able to wear it. If you're having a bad day you can change that. Guys don't have a choice and just have to face the world like that. Could you imagine?
Walking up to the Whisky some guys said to me 'the Scene is dead.
Stop wearing makeup faggot!' All I could do was smile and think about the BVB Army and the legions of dedicated fans BVB has. I will wear my warpaint proudly, thank you very much! Seriously love you all.
I love eye makeup. I really like doing a cat eye, playing with liquid liners and different colors of liners, like emerald and deep blues, combining them with black.
My makeup artist, Tonya Brewer, taught me the importance of moisturizing daily.
Hydration is a must if you want pretty, dewy skin - which I love.
I'm really an outdoorsy girl. People think I can't go anywhere without getting all primped up, but I love to go camping, and I'm totally fine with not doing my hair or makeup, not taking a shower and just hiking.
People know that I always do my hair and makeup, but I also love doing crafts.
I love getting a blank canvas and painting something.
No, I like to wear as least amount of makeup as I can during my everyday life because I'm just all about keeping my skin healthy and hydrated and I love to laugh and have a great time and smile - that's when I feel the most pretty so I just want to make sure that I stay happy.
You've already got a natural glow, kind of of, cuz you're drunk, so just make it like way more intense, everybody loves someone who's so red in the face. Are you embarrassed? No, I'm just excited to be here. I'm normal, I swear. Do you want my phone number?
To me, natural, healthy looking skin is really beautiful.
With a little concealer, eyeshadow, liner, gloss and bronzer, I love my lighter makeup look. I've saved so much money on facials!
I like to work in films, but I'd love to work in the technical side of film.
I'd love to work with, say, Greg Nicotero [The Walking Dead] in kind of, like, special makeup effects. I'd probably say, "Good with clay and latex." Although I don't know what kind of job that'd get me.
I love movies like '500 Days of Summer' and 'Juno.
' Something offbeat without the glamour and the makeup and the clothing.
Everybody changes. I love fashion, and I love changing my style, my hair, my makeup, and everything I've done in the past has made me what I am now. Not everyone is going to like what I do, but I look back at everything, and it makes me smile.
If I went out in killer heels and full makeup, blow dry, the whole thing — anyone dressed up like that could be intimidating to men and women, really. It's so, look at me. Do you know what I mean? But I love women.
I have very talented people dress me and put my makeup on, stuff like that.
But I do love that look, and I think it's maybe because I grew up on that old glamour.
I never wear makeup when I'm not at work.
It can make you forget what you look like, and I've grown to really love the way I look without it.
I love that men like to look at women, that they love sports, that they need to know the inner workings of mechanical objects. I love the whole makeup of men - that they never mature and are always just boys.
I love color. I'm enjoying trying all different shades. Makeup isn't something I've worn a lot of in my life.
I love regal looks on the Oscars red carpet.
I just love old-Hollywood glamour. I love hair pulled back off the face, beautiful makeup...long sleeves are really elegant. The Oscars are not a place to be too flirty or fun or sexy.
I really love Penelope Cruz, because she has the tan skin.
I think it's important to look at people who resemble you and see what looks good on them, and how they are doing their makeup or hair and how they carry themselves.
In real life I've learned to love not wearing any makeup whatsoever, and I'm super low-maintenance when it comes to my hair.
When you a darker brunette and have pale skin like I do, it can wash you out a bit, so learning to contour is really helpful. I think you can be a bit more bold with eye makeup to define your eyes, and the same with lip colors - you can go for dark wine colors, which I love.
I don't come from a wealthy or privileged background, and growing up I was always looking for the best quality at a price I could afford. My love of vintage is rooted in that. Drugstores were the mecca for the latest makeup trends and products.
I love the hour in makeup. It gives you time to think and have a cup of coffee. It's my favorite part of the day.
I love getting dressed up for red carpet events and having my hair and makeup done professionally - that definitely helps with nerves of going down the red carpet.
Isn't that the problem? That women have been swindled for centuries into substituting adornment for love, fashion (as it were) for passion? All the cosmetics names seemed obscenely obvious to me in their promises of sexual bliss. They were all firming or uplifting or invigorating. They made you tingle. Or glow. Or feel young. They were prepared with hormones or placentas or royal jelly. All the juice and joy missing in the lives of these women were to be supplied by the contents of jars and bottles. No wonder they would spend twenty dollars for an ounce of face makeup or thirty for a half-ounce of hormone cream. What price bliss? What price sexual ecstasy?