Why does beauty blender make my hair look like it was made in Ethiopia?
In an interview with ESPN, beauty blender founder, Shauna Lee, said her foundation was born from her passion for makeup.
She explained that when she was in the midst of a beauty-obsessed transition, she wanted to take on the responsibility of taking care of her face.
She found that when a customer told her that her hair looked better after wearing the foundation, she knew she had to try it.
“It’s not a big deal,” Lee said.
“When I was trying to find products to keep my hair, I was always trying to figure out how to use it.
I’ve had clients say, ‘Oh, this is my hair.’
And I said, ‘No, it’s yours.'”
Lee said her favorite thing about her foundation is that it’s easy to apply.
She said the foundation goes on so easily and is easily washed away.
“If you are a person who is very careful, you will never be disappointed with this product,” Lee told ESPN.
“This is a product that you can apply on your face without feeling like you have to go to the bathroom.
And it’s also great to use on the chin.”
Lee’s foundation is one of many products on the market that are designed to help women with blemishes.
There are also products designed to keep makeup and hair in place, and products designed for the eyes, nose, and lips.
While Lee’s makeup line has been successful in the beauty industry, she has had success in marketing it.
Lee said she’s also been successful with her YouTube channel, where she has gained over 100,000 subscribers.
“The beauty industry has always been about self-expression,” Lee added.
“Beauty is so much more than just the products and the products alone.”
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