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  1. I did not know that Illamasqua offered a student discount, I'll have to ask about it next time I'm in store and maybe I'll get my first product too! Glad to hear the Dainty Doll foundation is the right shade, it's so annoying being pale, especially if/when it's ever Summer and 99% of people have a tan xx

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  2. Fritha you have to try the Barry M Foundation Creme in White- you can just mix it with all your foundations that are too dark and viola! No needing to blend crazily down your neck!

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  3. I'm pale and i used to really like benefits play stick (the lightest shade) they'll find your colour in store ( i even asked to take the mirror outside to i could see it in the harshest light) and it was a great colour. only negative is that you're skin has to be well primed/moisterised as it can be a little dry. You get loads in the stick though.

    would love a post/vlog/review on your Rimmel primer when you've used it, was thinking of investing myself.
    have a look at some of my recent Witch makeup reviews (tinted moisteriser for us pale girls included)


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  4. Review of the 123 Perfect please! Been thinking about getting it but I've heard mixed reviews. I reckon we have the same skintone too (51 in healthy mix is pretty much right for me, maybe a tiny bit too dark) so even a review/application thing would be good! xx

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