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1940 Cream Mascara

1940 Cream Mascara  Mascara can be traced all the way back to ancient Egypt when people would often use kohl to darken their lashes and brows and even wear eyeliner. The kohl was seen as a way to ward off evil spirits and offer protection. Then after the early 1920s when Cake Mascara was primarily used, Cream Mascara was invented. It was made of dyed Vaseline and applied by putting a small drop on a little brush. We have come a long way since then, moving to tube mascaras in different colors and consistencies that offer different benefits such as thickness and volume. So why would we bring back this method of applying mascara? Well, we have many reasons for...

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1938 Cream Rouge

1938 Cream Rouge Our 1938 Cream Rouge flushes your cheeks in a natural and alluring way. Since the beginning it has always been considered good beauty practice to add some nice color to the cheeks, giving them a youthful glow and a healthy look. We designed our Cream Rouge to match the most popular cheek colors of the 1930s. Apricot was used to create a natural look, ideally worn in the daytime and perfect for all skin tones. Our Crimson color was worn for a more flushed look. Blushing cheeks were a staple of the 1930s and continue to be today! Both of these gorgeous rouges can also be used on the lips for an easy two in one product...

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Besame Brightening Powders

We adore our Brightening Powders here at Besame and we know you will as well! Finding the right powder for you can be tricky but we are here to help! Here is a handy guide to each one! Vanilla Brightening Powder - Works for all skin tones. Helps control redness in the skin, evens the skin tone and sets makeup without build up. Helps take away shine without getting into wrinkles or pores. Has a slight Vanilla scent. French Vanilla Powder - A slightly more yellow powder. Best for medium skin tones or skin with more redness. Evens the skin tone and sets makeup without build up. Helps take away shine without getting into wrinkles or pores. Has a slight...

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Violet Brightening Powder

We get a lot of questions about our Violet Brightening Powder! Here are the top questions and some helpful answers from our very own Besame Girl, Daniela!  Q: Why is the powder purple? A: Our Violet Brightening Powder is a pale lavender shade because the color of lavender helps to cancel out any yellow or sallow tones in the skin. Giving the skin a healthy brightness!  Q: How do I use this powder?  A: You can use this finely milled powder to set your makeup, as a finishing step to your regular beauty routine. You can also use it on bare skin to absorb oil, brighten and color correct. It will also brighten the skin if used over your regular foundation....

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1952 Wild Orchid

Our newest shade is out now! 1952 Wild Orchid is a purple-red from the early fifties that was a very popular lip color for the time. Used in many high fashion ads such as Dior, it was a flattering color meant to draw attention to the lips in a brand new way. Pair it with pink or magenta nail polish, a rosy cheek and a simple eye to watch heads turn! This color also has a slight shimmer which looks incredible in photographs and video. It's long wearing, semi-matte, paraben free and cruelty free just like all our world famous lipsticks. Get ready to be admired......                  

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