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  • Tamika Autry

    The makeup beautiful. The models did not need much make up anything, that vote of confidence will make you feel like a million bucks. Beautiful ladies.

  • Deja

    Looking FAB, Karen! The makeup looks very natural!

  • Telly

    Beautiful ladies! True power looks…Great work by Make up Artist

  • sherri

    Her eyes look amazing. They are neutral enough for work but sultry enough to take her into an evening out. Good job.

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  • Terry Allen

    I have to say that all of the women are beautiful WITHOUT the makeup and that I was less impressed after their ‘transformation’.

    I am a 50+ year old male who has lived around the world (Sweden, Germany, Singapore, China and Australia) and have seen advertisers fool people into believing things like:
    a. You will be happier if you purchase my product.
    b. You will be beautiful if you purchase my product.
    c. You are NOTHING without my product.

    These women didn’t need ANYTHING to make them beautiful and, in my opinion, looked less alluring once their faces were painted.

    • Relisa

      YES Terry. I think they are all beautiful and most of this makeup is over done and unbecoming. And I say that as one who likes and uses make up! The fourth one, with the most natural color, is the prettiest “after.” But her hair looked better before.

  • DJ

    Love the looks! Agree that these ladies are beautiful without the makeup but the makeovers definitely show how makeup can give a “power” look. They look youthful, fresh, and like a force to be reckoned with.

  • Misty

    Make-up is your friend.

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