Nothing's more fun than playing with make-up and now, you can learn to apply it celeb-style! Like Ashley Olsen's classic make-up style? Want Hilary Duff's dramatic smoky eyes? Check out these make-up tips to get you looking like a fabulous celebrity!
Ashlee Simpson - Notice-Me Eyes
Take a look inside Ashlee Simpson's make-up bag and you'll find products that highlight her eyes, like eye pencils, volumizing mascara and an eyelash curler. This rockin' chick enhances her eyes by loading up on black mascara and eyeliner to bring out her baby blues. You can easily get Ashlee's look by lining your lids with eyeliner, curling your lashes and applying two coats of black mascara. And for a dramatic effect, wear false eyelashes!
Tip - Blow dry your eyelash curler for 10 seconds to warm it up - your curl will last longer.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen - Pastel Princesses
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen may be twins, but their make-up styles couldn't be any more different. M-K goes funky, while Ashley likes the classic look. But, they agree on one thing - they love pastel colors! Pastels are in this season, with some of the hottest colors being peach, pink and baby blue. To get the twin's pretty pastel look, apply your favorite pastel eyeshadow to your lids and smudge it with your fingertip.
Tip - Don't go overboard! Use a pastel shade on just one area of your face, like your eyes or lips.
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Both of my brothers have autism. I am 12 and a girl. I also have a 3 y/o sister. It always seems like my parents pay more attention to them then me. I don't want to tell them about it because they will think I'm being selfish. But i can't do ANYTHING fun. My little brother is allergic to half the ingredients in most candies, so I can never go trick-or-treating. And I have not had eggs since I was 3. I always have to do everything by myself. How do I deal with this?