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Ballerina Balm and Stage Palette

We are so excited to launch the Dancer Collection! I personally have two left feet and the gracefulness of an elephant so I am vicariously living through this collection with my own smokey eye. And that's the best part - it looks good on everybody and can be worn year round! Maybe when you were a dancer everyone wore blue eye shadow but now it's all about the dark brown and black shadows. Let me tell you, this look is phenomenal under the lights. The dark eye shadows really make the girls' eyes pop and they definitely won't get washed out. So if you're wondering what to wear for the stage look no further than this kit for the best dancer makeup. This makeup kit also provides a go to smokey eye look for any occasion you would like to add a little drama to turn some heads. The Stage Palette includes a super silky highlight color, blush, and smoky eyeshadow duo. Are you wondering how to create a smokey eye? The white color is to go allover as the wash from the lashes up the the brow. It can also be used to highlight the tops of the cheekbones and the inner corner of the eye. The brown color goes on the lid below the crease (be careful not to go too far in as it will make the eyes appear closer together). The black goes in the crease and on the outer corner. For darker skin tones use more of the black color and for lighter skin tones use primarily the brown. Take your largest shadow brush and blend diagonally upwards and out. Blending is the key! Next take the black liner across the lash line and for extra drama use the pencil along the water line. If you're not so great with a pencil, using an angled brush take the black color along the lash line. To really make the smokey effect connect the liner on the bottom with the shadow on the outer corner. Follow with lash primer and two coats of mascara. This is the best eye liner pencil you will ever use! It is matte black, waterproof, smudge proof and the creamy formula makes it super easy to use. The cheek color actually looks great on all skin tones. It has a slight peach tint so it really brightens up the face and compliments the performance makeup. We worked long and hard to create the perfect red for recital makeup. This classic red lip stick is a true red that will make teeth look whiter and will not feather, fade, or bleed. I would recommend using Pumpkin Powder with the Miracle Worker primer as a foundation so that skin looks smooth and doesn't appear washed out. These items are all available individually or together as a set! After the final curtain this look is perfect for date nights, parties, or any occasion you want to steal the show!




Order Makeup! Ballerina Balm - Peppermint Foot Balm for Dancing Feet is the best foot balm for everyone! It is made with all natural ingredients - coconut oil, sunflower oil, sweet almond, Shea butter, beeswax, spearmint, and eucalyptus. Peppermint oil revives tired feet while Tea Tree oil protects and renews the cracked heels. 10% of proceeds from Ballerina Balm will be donated to the I Love Laurin Special Needs Trust. Laurin was a professional dancer whose life was changed forever when she almost died in a car wreck that has left her helpless in need of 24/7 nursing to stay alive. I keep my peppermint foot balm next to my bed and cannot go a day without rubbing this invigorating formula to soften and soothe my toes. Pick up a jar to help Laurin and your little tootsies!



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