B & G Fashion

Today I’ve a makeup gaze to you, that I’ve been exhausting a lot lately. It is supernatural, but very polished at the similar time. I reserved the attention shadow in lusterless warm tones plus did a slight winged liner. For my lips I wore my Bite lip crayon which I have been sensitive since I bought it. It is the ideal mauve lip. I outlined the major steps below, along through the full tutorial. I hope you all enjoy this seems and thanks so much for stop by!

It quite pigmented. Overall it’s a beautiful contouring shade, it is more on the warm side which I don’t like but its works quite nice personally. Both banana contouring and powder are not chalky at all. I saw some swatches from it online and orange is my favorite color so I can’t miss this one in my own collection. Okay, the both blushes aren’t that buttery more on a powdery and have fallout. The shade is a beautiful peachy orange with tiny fantastic glitter in it.

This is truly a pigmented blush but I personally don’t like my blushes with the glitter and I’m using it as an eyeshadow mostly and caring it because makeup is an art and art has no limits. I do the same with my Elf Blush also, same would go to the eyeshadows if you like the color simply use it as a blush but light handed because they are more pigmented. I don’t have anything … Read the rest

How Successful Authors Use SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING TO MARKET More Books

This column is excerpted from Guide to Literary Agents, from Writer’s Digest Books. GIVEAWAY: Chuck is giving away a copy of his reserve, Create Your Writer Platform, to a random comment. Week to get into Comment within one! Upping your author visibility through different online channels gives you to meet readers, cultivate an audience, and boost your discoverability to market more books. But finding your ideal interpersonal media channels is not easy and simple thing to determine and implement. That’s why I’ve reached out for some experts for advice.

I asked six different platform-heavy authors – three nonfiction, three fiction – for his or her best general advice in terms of using public media. Do you have any general advice for authors looking to market themselves and their work via social media, platform, and promotion? “I think you really have to enjoy interacting on internet sites or you won’t do it well or persist.

You can’t push yourself to do it; you have to find the ordinary things you prefer and do those even if they aren’t the most popular. For just one person it could be Twitter, for another LinkedIn, for another YouTube, for another podcasting, and another blogging. Also, I believe some writers are too afraid to ask people to buy their reserve.

I spend hours (and countless hours) of my time answering people’s questions without payment, so once it out of a new book, I don’t wait to post about it. I really believe I’ve gained the … Read the rest