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the name of the  male makeup artist that had the extremely long thick hair and was very popular on the Q a few years ago , and then just dissapeared.

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@MW in Iowa  Edward BessEB8734FF-CDE1-44DA-A748-D9A925371EF8.jpeg

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Edward Bess?

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Hi MW in Iowa, I know who you’re referring to. I love his hair. Is it Edward Bess!? I have his lip balm that is in a pot called Spanish Rose! Beautiful color. He has a website!
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His stuff was so expensive. I think it was too high-priced for the average shopper here. I never tried any of his things. I'm not the kind of person to spend $50 $60 for a blush or a powder. 

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Thanks so much , i was drawing a blank .Kristopher Buckle was also popular and then dissapeared , i realize if the sales aren't there , vendors leave.

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I think Kristofer Buckle had great sales but may have had some differences with QVC.  In his last show or two he seemed quite distracted, just off. JMO.

My nickname was 'Pure N Simple" but now I've switched to 'decaf'.
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@MW in Iowa wrote:

Thanks so much , i was drawing a blank .Kristopher Buckle was also popular and then dissapeared , i realize if the sales aren't there , vendors leave.


 

@MW in Iowa   Eve Pearl was a wonderful teacher w/ great products, but didn't "go over" here. Last itme I looked, there were still a few items online.

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@SilleeMee wrote:

His stuff was so expensive. I think it was too high-priced for the average shopper here. I never tried any of his things. I'm not the kind of person to spend $50 $60 for a blush or a powder. 


 

@SilleeMee   It may sound strange, but I will spend more for makeup and skincare for clients, but not for myself. Sometimes I see no difference from a Milani blush and a Chanel one. Makeup clients want to try products they'd never purchase for themselves because of price points.

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@decaf wrote:

I think Kristofer Buckle had great sales but may have had some differences with QVC.  In his last show or two he seemed quite distracted, just off. JMO.


I really like his products. I've reordered his eyebrow powder on another site.  Smiley Happy