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Brush
— an object made of short stiff hairs (called bristles) or wires set in a block of wood or plastic, usually attached to a handle
Eyeliner
— a type of make-up, usually black, that is put around the edge of the eyes to make them more attractive and likely to attract attention
Eyeshadow
— a type of coloured make-up that is put on the eyelids (= the skin above the eyes) to make them look more attractive
Concealer
— a skin-coloured cream or powder used to cover spots or marks on the skin or dark circles under the eyes
Apply
— to put or spread something such as paint, cream, etc. onto a surface
Toner
— a liquid or cream used for making the skin on your face tighter and smoother
Foundation
— a skin-coloured cream that is put on the face under other make-up
Blush
— a coloured cream or powder that some people put on their cheeks (= on their faces below the eyes) to give them more colour
Lipstick
— a substance made into a small stick, used for colouring the lips; a small stick of this substance
Mascara
— a type of make-up that is put on eyelashes to make them look dark and thick
Bronzer
— a cream or powder that you put on your face and body to make your skin look brown from being in the sun





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concealer
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apply
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brush
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eyeliner
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toner
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foundation
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blush
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lipstick
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mascara
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