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FAB Beauty: Accent on Eyes

16 Apr

FAB Beauty model Ernestine is back, and this time the accent is on eyes! We recently did a post called ‘Beauty Buys for Eyes Under $10‘, and this look comes from a budget friendly palette by Coastal Scents. It is available on the company’s website for $18.95!  It comes with 88, dime sized pigments, which makes it a real deal.

This look would be great for a FAB Girl who is going to prom, and the colors used can be changed to fit your look. Continue for more shots of our model, the palette, and a product list!

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Prom Inspiration: Amber Riley

16 Apr

Please get into her. This is how you do a red carpet, FAB Ones.

Amber Riley is a FAB Girl favorite. She’s gotten seriously glamorous lately, and her hair and makeup are always on point. She’s awesome as Mercedes on Glee, but her best role is herself on the red carpet!

This photo is from The NAACP Image awards, where she showed up slimmed down and glammed up. Her hair, makeup and dress all get a stamp of approval for prom. Take the jump for gowns inspired by this young diva.

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Prom Beauty Inspiration: Rihanna

12 Apr

Rihanna has been so dark and edgy lately, but these new photos show a fresh-faced beauty with natural makeup and an up-do that could work for prom (minus the shaved patch that seems to be growing back in.) We are big fans of natural makeup, and hers looks beautiful!

What do you think of her hair and makeup? Would you wear it for prom? Let us hear from you!

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    Guest Beauty Post: Makeup for Glasses

    6 Apr

    My new blogger BFF is Seree at http://www.awkwardcelebrity.com. She came to visit The Fab Girls yesterday with lots of lovely compliments about the blog and she also subscribed! (And you should, too!)

    Anyway, I was all up on her blog when I saw this delightful post/tutorial about makeup for glasses. My own little FAB Girl wears glasses and wants to make her eyes pop, and I figured other FAB Girls probably do, too. Hit the jump for the post Seree was kind enough to let me share with you!

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