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Apply makeup correctly

We’re starting off with a primer because we want our makeup to last all day long. I’m applying a glowing one on the areas I want to highlight so that it looks like my skin is glowing from within. Next, Wengie is applying a matte finish foundation all over my face to turn down that glow. Then, starting from the middle of your face, blend out the product.


I’m going to set it all with a powder than will control the oiliness and shine throughout the day. I’m going to clean up my brow shape by drawing an outline above and beneath my brows. You can fill them in as well, making sure that the ends are darker than the beginnings of your brows. I use mascara to keep my brow hairs in place and make them appear just a little thicker.


Next, I’m applying a bit of highlighter along my upper eyelid. This helps brighten up this area and create an easy to blend base. Take some of the highlight color and apply it to your lid and brow bone. Now blend out all the color that you’ve applied. On the edges, sweep it up to lift your eyes.


Next, we’re drawing a winged liner with a liquid liner. This finish gives you a very clean and sharp line. Now curly your lashes and apply a natural-looking pair of lashes. I chose one that was dense but not super long. You can use mascara for this step or falsies.


Sweep contour color along the sides of your face, your forehead, and your nose in very large blocks. This will make your face look slimmer. Because it’s so blended out, it doesn’t look like you have a patch of contour on your face. It’s great for the daytime. Also, make sure you use a color that’s only slightly darker than your skin color and not super dark.


Apply highlight to the top of your cheek bones, forehead, nose, and chin. Blend it out. I use a lip liner to clean up and create a very sharp lip line.

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ClassDojo set to launch the Dream Educational Tool

ClassDojo is the innovative app by Sam Chaudhary and Liam Don. The app has been received warmly by teachers, students, and parents who have praised it and credited it with creating a positive culture in classrooms and initiating ground-up changes in schools at large.

Constant communication between the teacher and parents can be quite challenging. Most parent-teacher meetings only happen once per semester when the parents, kids, and teachers are brought together in academic days.

Even when it happens, it is hard for the teacher to address the plight of each kid comprehensively due to time limits and the number of parents who need to be attended to.

ClassDojo founders responded to such gaps in the market. They came up with an easy-to-use app that would bring together a community of teachers, parents, and students.

Teachers are able to come up with activities that they share with the parents. The parent ensures the implementation because, thanks to ClassDojo, he or she knows exactly what the student was learning at school. This communication platform enables both the teacher and parent to share and exchange ideas.

The founders of the app have realized their dream of helping parents guide conversations and support how their children learn and develop. The app is used by more than 85,000 teachers in private, charter, and public schools in USA. Most of the teachers that use the app have been impressed by its contents with most of them revealing that they would pay for the app if a premium version was to be rolled out.

The co-founders agree that the app will never sell users’ data to generate revenues. They said that they will find ways to introduce a premium feature that the parents can pay for. Even with the need to make money from the app, Liam Don revealed that they will first ensure that the app was loaded with educational materials that schools usually pay for.

Investors have advised ClassDojo’s management to ensure that any revenue channel they seek must be driven by the needs of teachers and parents.

The app could seek various methods of income generation including offering additional transactional services. Instead of parents paying for trips, lunch or supplies in cash, the app could incorporate a payment feature that parents can use to pay to the school directly.

Class Dojo was launched in August 2011 and received backing from key investors like Paul Graham and Ron Conway. It seeks to improve a student’s learning experience and connect teachers and parents to ensure support for the children’s development.