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How To

How To

If you’re like most women wondering how “she” got that look…well look no further. Our “how to page” will equip you with the latest looks and styles using the most current products on the market. So relax and enjoy a little beauty on the tube.

All of the following items on our video and text tutorials are available at Mimi’s.

Mimi’s How To

Swirl, Tap, Buff (TM) for a Flawless Complexion

Leslie Blodgett, CEO of Bare Escentuals, shows you how to apply award-winning bareMinerals SPF 15 Foundation for a beautiful complexion. bareMinerals SPF 15 Foundation is the original, award-winning mineral foundation that started the mineral makeup revolution. Made with pure, crushed minerals from the earth, bareMinerals SPF 15 Foundation will cover all of your imperfections and is clinically proven to heal and help the overall condition of your skin.

Every Day Makeup with glominerals makeup

Jen Gaum, makeup artist from glominerals Makeup, shows us how to apply this makeup for a flawless complexion.

Tyra’s Makeup Secrets (Part 1)

Learn how to go from washed-face to fabulous in just 5 minutes with Tyra’s own personal make-up routine.

Tyra’s Makeup Secrets (Part2)

Learn how to go from washed-face to fabulous in just 5 minutes with Tyra’s own personal make-up routine.

BareMineral Smokey Eye Kit

Instructions for the smoky eye: 1. Start by applying a wash of Celestine Eyecolor all over the lid using the larger end of the Double-Ended Smoky Eye Brush. 2. Apply Skyline Eyecolor, using the smaller end of the Double-Ended Smoky Eye Brush, to the lower-lid lash base and wrap around to the upper lid, blending into the crease in a sideways “V” shape. Next, build color to desired intensity from upper lash base up to the fold of the crease, creating soft, sultry depth. 3. Apply Celestine Eyecolor using the larger end of the Double-Ended Smokey Eye Brush to blend above the crease to soften the edges of the darker eyeshadow. Buff and Blend from crease and extend up to brow to gradually highlight the eye.