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Box #6: A {Bonus} Birchbox Unboxing!

I'm Natalie. No matter where you are on your makeup journey or hustle, I'm so glad you're here! I truly believe that makeup, when applied well, it can transform us in so many ways. My page is a space for inspiration, education, and advice. Thanks for being here & I'd love to connect with you!

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Box #6: A {Bonus} Birchbox Unboxing!

I won’t lie, this Birchbox definately fit “me” a little better than the first one, not that I didn’t like the first one (see here). The products in this box were more in line with my beauty needs and wants 🙂

Check out my second unboxing below and remember, if you’ve been considering Birchbox, use my links to get half off your first one!

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Natalie Setareh

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Makeup education a great passion of mine. I have personally witnessed how makeup education has positively changed lives time and time again.

Throughout the years, I kept noticing the lack of real-life, practical, and easy to understand makeup education.

After developing PDF guides for my private lesson clients, then workbooks for my makeup workshops, enough people told me I should write a book. So in 2019, personally funded and self-published my first book, Be Your Own Makeup Artist. 

Unleash Your Inner Beauty

be your
own
makeup
artist

114 gorgeous full color pages for visual learners

Self-funded aka no sponsorships or brand bias

Age / Gender / Race / Brand neutral because makeup is for everyone

Available in hardcover and paperback

be your
own
makeup
artist

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Beauty is about perception, not about make-up. I think the beginning of all beauty is knowing and liking oneself. You can't put on make-up, or dress yourself, or do you hair with any sort of fun or joy if you're doing it from a position of correction.

kevyn aucoin

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