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How To: Color Blur

It's not just color; it's blurred! And it's ramping up to be a hot trend for Spring this year! Fashion Week is right around the corner and this is where you're going to find great ideas for the coming year for not just fashion, but fabulous makeup ideas
I found these from Maybelline, online, which you can see here. I am a huge fan of Urban Decay, so I inserted that because it's really too amazing!
For the blurred effect, you can also use a sponge to get the desired effect if you want (or would rather not use this specific product). Fingers work great too! :)
What are you MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO for Spring Makeup?!
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Bronzeeeeeeers and pops of color!!! Always.
I love it.
Most definitely!
That's the key @jordanhamilton ๐Ÿ˜‰
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