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Shu Uemura lightbulb foundation.

Here’s a video tutorial of an every day make-up look I love featuring the Shu Uemura lightbulb foundation and other Shu Uemura make-up products.

I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to test out this foundation. I have to say I have completely stopped using my previous products and have found myself in an entirely new routine with these! I love this foundation. Even Noelle can’t stop commenting on how much she loves my face (for more reasons that just the amazing foundation of course) ๐Ÿ˜‰ and she is going to start using this foundation in her routine too.

I find that this foundation goes on very smooth and evenly. Being super pale it is hard for me to find the right hue for my face and I generally end up with a foundation that is slightly too dark or yellowy. This foundation is the one! I’m so happy I found it.

It’s also very moisturizing which is so helpful especially in the winter. It isn’t oily but it definitely does not dry out my skin, it’s a great balance. It also leaves my face very glowy and soft. Honestly can’t rave about this foundation enough!

I’m offering a special discount code for you all which allows 15% off your order on Shu Uemura’s US and Canada website along with free shipping! It’s a great time to try out this foundation. The code is LIGHTJAG.

There’s a special foundation finder tool for everyone here that can help you find the perfect shade. To find your shade click here. To shop the foundation go here.

A recent example of my face with the Shu Uemura


Before & after using the Shu Uemura lightbulb foundation & other make up products.

It took a lot to post this photo of my naked face, but it’s so cool seeing the results! Isn’t it crazy?!

I’d love to hear about your favorite products in the comments.



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  1. Tiffany Ima
    10 years ago

    I’m obsessed with those glasses, though! That make up looks amazing!

    Tiffany Ima
    Style Honestly

  2. amanda
    10 years ago

    It does take alot to do that honstly, u dont have a.ot to worry about. Its good to see that a certain brand really works,think I ight jsu try it bc i am really pale too, but blond, lol.

  3. Nyssa D
    10 years ago

    what other products did you use, and where are your brushes from?

  4. Liz
    10 years ago

    That’s awesome! Being a pale gal, I find it hard to find a good foundation… putting Shu Uemura at the top of my “to try” list.

    xo, Liz

  5. Rona
    10 years ago

    Amazing hair ๐Ÿ™‚

    Dress To Cook

  6. Nicole
    10 years ago

    Wow that product is amazing!! It takes so much guts to post your bare face and kudos to you for that! ๐Ÿ™‚ still pretty though <3



    Whether or not the Commision on Elections (COMELEC) may prohibit the posting of decals and stickers on "mobile" places, public or private, and limit their location or publication.

    -senatorial candidate in the May 11, 1992 elections

    The COMELEC's prohibition of posting decals and stickers in "mobile" places like cars and other moving vehicles is violative of Section 82 of the Omnibus Election Code and Section 11(a) of Reoublic Act No. 6646.

    The petitioner believes that the ban on radion, print, and television political advertisements, he, being a neophyte in the field of politics stands to suffer irreparable injury with the prohibition. The posting of decals and stickers on cars and other moving vehicles would be his last medium in informing the public that he is a senatorial candidate of the May 11, 1992 elections.

    He claims that he has not received any notice from any of the Election Registrars in the entire country as to the location of the supposed "COMELEC Poster Areas"

    SLIDE 4: SECTION 82 of the Omnibus Election Code

    Sec. 82. Lawful election propaganda. – Lawful election propaganda shall include:

    (a) Pamphlets, leaflets, cards, decals, stickers or other written or printed materials of a size not more than eight and one-half inches in width and fourteen inches in length;

    (b) Handwritten or printed letters urging voters to vote for or against any particular candidate;

    (c) Cloth, paper or cardboard posters, whether framed or posted, with an area exceeding two feet by three feet, except that, at the site and on the occasion of a public meeting or rally, or in announcing the holding of said meeting or rally, streamers not exceeding three feet by eight feet in size, shall be allowed: Provided, That said streamers may not be displayed except one week before the date of the meeting or rally and that it shall be removed within seventy-two hours after said meeting or rally; or

    (d) All other forms of election propaganda not prohibited by this Code as the Commission may authorize after due notice to all interested parties and hearing where all the interested parties were given an equal opportunity to be heard: Provided, That the Commission's authorization shall be published in two newspapers of general circulation throughout the nation for at least twice within one week after the authorization has been granted.

    SLIDE 5: SECTION 11(a) of REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6646

    Section 11. Prohibited Forms of Election Propaganda, it shall be unlawful:

    (a) to draw, paint, inscribe, write, post, display or publicly exhibit any election propaganda in any place, whether private, or public, except in the common poster areas and/or billboards provided in the immediately preceding section, at the candidate's own residence, or at the campaign headquarters of the candidate or political party: Provided, That such posters or election propaganda shall in no case exceed two (2) feet by three (3) feet in area: Provided further, That at the site of and on the occasion of a public meeting or rally, streamers, not more than two (2) and not exceeding three (3) feet by eight (8) feet each may be displayed five (5) days before the date of the meeting or rally, and shall be removed within twenty-four (24) hours after said meeting or rally.

    SLIDE 6:

    -The COMMELEC's prohibition has proven to be null and void on constitutional grounds because it infringes on the citizen's fundamental right of free speech as stated in the Constitution (Sec. 4, Article III)

  7. N
    10 years ago

    Still so stunning even without make-up <3


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