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Shawna Leigh a Blond?!?!?


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Ok ladies and gentlemen here is an updated photo in my daily makeup. 
 

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Emily michelle

I love the look. I really like your makeup I wish I was that good.

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Yes, without a doubt, you're a great looking blonde and it goes beautifully with your complexion. 

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Wow, you look incredible as a blonde. I knew that touch of makeup would make all the difference.

 

Susan R?

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Incredible @ShawnaLeigh. I go away for a few days and come back to your avatar being blonde. I go - "Who hacked @shawna's account and inserted this blondes picture?"

Then I started reading and realized that you have turned another new leaf with a NEW look. Very, very nice. I love it. ?

Hold on to her tight now @Patti Anne  :) The boys will be gathering. Chuckles.

 

Big Canadian Hugs

JoniSteph

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You look great!

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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ShawnaLeigh
2 hours ago, JoniSteph said:

Hold on to her tight now @Patti Anne  :) The boys will be gathering. Chuckles.

Oh boy she is not going to like this.  LOL

NOT my fault. 

I was born this way.  Then makeup and wigs.  LOL

 

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Shawna, that look really suits you, it feels naturally! You seem to experience some big positive changes. And after all those big surprises i wonder when the next "big thing" of Shawna Leigh will arrive? I just remembered the REAL Shawna Leight post...

 

Keep going! :)

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On 6/3/2020 at 9:38 AM, ShawnaLeigh said:

Oh boy she is not going to like this.  LOL

NOT my fault. 

I was born this way.  Then makeup and wigs.  LOL

 

I'm jealous! You look amazing. I can't believe thats a wig?  Where did you get it I think its fantastic.

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ShawnaLeigh
1 hour ago, JanePlain said:

I'm jealous! You look amazing. I can't believe thats a wig?  Where did you get it I think its fantastic.

Amazon. $18

 

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Patti Anne
On 6/3/2020 at 5:53 AM, JoniSteph said:

Hold on to her tight now @Patti Anne  :) The boys will be gathering. Chuckles.

 

OMG! Here we go again! LOL! :doh1:

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OK, Sis. I am envious of you. That picture looks great. So, now you have a job to do. Help me with my makeup. With my wife not using any. I have not a clue.

 

Kymmie

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48 minutes ago, KymmieL said:

OK, Sis. I am envious of you. That picture looks great. So, now you have a job to do. Help me with my makeup. With my wife not using any. I have not a clue.

 

Kymmie

 

My therapist actually set me up with her daughter. We went over colors then she pointed me at a couple of youtube channels after she gave me a couple of "disgusted" comments about how nice my skin is. Because I'm awesome, I'll share:

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/NikkieTutorials

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/GlamLifeGuru

 

I haven't been able to put any of it into practice yet because I don't have the tools and y'know, quarantine but it's something to look forward to!

 

Hugs!

 

 

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15 hours ago, ShawnaLeigh said:

Amazon. $18

 

No way!  Really?  I've never considered going blonde but you pull it off so great and for $18???  For real?  Its got to be you.

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