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Made from Tuscan leather, the shoes come in four different colors: black pebbled leather, black suede, taupe gray suede, and brown pebbled leather.
To create the illusion of deep-set eyes, use a matte taupe shadow, and blend it into the creases.
Picking up the tones of the former, celebrity manicurist Elle painted on a base coat of Dior Vernis Gel in Junon, followed by a sheer, taupe-grey shade from RMK.
One has a French coastal vibe with a lighter wood stained bed frame and bed stands, a taupe and off-white color palette and distressed wood, shutter-style dresser drawers.
To make your eyes appear more sunken in, blend a matte taupe eye shadow shade into the crease of your eyes and underneath the lower lashes.
Berman advised that couples consider an ombré with neutral colors, like taupe or peach.
For a round face, apply a shadow under the cheekbone to give it a sharper shape, but instead of using a weird orange, choose a real shadow color like taupe (brown with a touch of gray).
The 1980s power-decorating effect isn’t necessarily tacky, just very corporate, with lots of black glass, taupe silks, dark woods, and chrome.
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First Known Use: circa 1909See Words from the same year
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