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    Lynn Kim Do

    Lynn Kim Do may be the first fashionista to define and coin the term Neckbreakin’ Style but she is certainly not the only person that this term encompasses. Lynn takes inspiration from the street, from the mundane and thus her extraordinary everyday experiences, and presents it rawly along with visuals and personal style. This is a platform beyond personal style. It is a space of personal experiences. Lynn Do creates a platform that curates her very honest, sometimes too honest, stories called "Street Talk" with style that is also uniquely raw. Having footprints all over the United States, her view of fashion can not be defined by one location or even one style except one - streetwear. She believes in minimal and clean streetwear without losing all the attitude and sass with it. Her visual and production expertise has accumulated many highly recognized repertoire of projects with clients like Revlon and Urban Outfitters. She has been featured on Nylon.com, The New York Times, and WWD to name a few. If you ask her though, her biggest personal achievement is surviving a year lease in a six floor walk-up NYC apartment.

    Babes at 6B | Day & Night Makeup ft. trèStiQue



    When the Babes at 6B came across trèStiQue, we were instantly intrigued. I think it has to do with the way they make applying makeup look so easy. It's the all too familiar crayon-like packaging that initially grabbed me. And to make it more interesting, we attempted two looks -- day and night. And to make it even more interesting, we captured the Babes at 6B trying these products for the VERY FIRST TIME on camera. So yes, this is the very first time we are applying trèStiQue to our faces. Or should I say -- yes, this is the very first time we are beating our faces with trèStiQue.



    When the Babes at 6B came across trèStiQue, we were instantly intrigued. I think it has to do with the way they make applying makeup look so easy. It's the all too familiar crayon-like packaging that initially grabbed me.

    Can't you see the way I put a ton of colors on my face strategically to make my nose look so beautiful and my cheeks more hollow. 

    Yes, I am painting my face with this green crayon.

    Wait, who made up the phrase -- "beat your face" (if you don't know what that means, here is a definition c/o of urban dictionary).

    Anyway, we were excited to put these too good to be true products to the test. And to make it more interesting, we attempted two looks -- day and night. And to make it even more interesting, we captured the Babes at 6B trying these products for the VERY FIRST TIME on camera. So yes, this is the very first time we are applying trèStiQue to our faces. Or should I say -- yes, this is the very first time we are beating our faces with trèStiQue.

    Here is what I personally thought --
    I really enjoyed the idea of the bronzer and the blush crayon more than what it actually delivered. I went on a bit more blotchy than I would like but it could be a matter of getting use to the application. The concealer was very cool. If you pick a few shades lighter, it can act as your highlighter. My favorite trèStiQue products are the eyeshadow sticks. The colors are pigmented and easy to apply. I love smudging these things because they give a smoky or a natural eye look depending on what you want and the color choice. Tip: Be careful with the larger end of the lipstick because it is very fragile. If you accidentally break it, just carefully put it back on the application and put it in the refrigerator overnight. It worked for us!


    Here is the list of products that we used --
    Lynn -
    TINTED FACE STICK - Tulum Nude
    CONCEALER CRAYON - Bisque
    BLUSH STICK - St. Barths Pink
    BRONZER STICK - Brazilian Bronze
    LIP (day) - Florence Fig & Rose Balm
    LIP (night) - Belize Bordeaux & Grenache Balm
    EYES (day) - Eye Essentials (light)
    EYES (night) - Aspen Pine

    Tina -
    TINTED FACE STICK  - Tenerite Natural
    CONCEALER CRAYON - Bisque
    BLUSH STICK - Bora Bora Coral
    BRONZER STICK - Brazilian Bronze
    LIP (day) - Nantucket Nude & Muscal Blanc Balm
    LIP (night) - Chile Red & Sangiovese Balm
    EYES (day) - Venetian Gold
    EYES (night) - Kona Coffee
    PENCIL - Swiss Chocolat Pencil
    BROW - Espresso

    Find their products here - https://trestique.com/



    Video by Chris Payne


    When the Babes at 6B came across trèStiQue, we were instantly intrigued. I think it has to do with the way they make applying makeup look so easy. It's the all too familiar crayon-like packaging that initially grabbed me. And to make it more interesting, we attempted two looks -- day and night. And to make it even more interesting, we captured the Babes at 6B trying these products for the VERY FIRST TIME on camera. So yes, this is the very first time we are applying trèStiQue to our faces. Or should I say -- yes, this is the very first time we are beating our faces with trèStiQue.



    When the Babes at 6B came across trèStiQue, we were instantly intrigued. I think it has to do with the way they make applying makeup look so easy. It's the all too familiar crayon-like packaging that initially grabbed me.

    Can't you see the way I put a ton of colors on my face strategically to make my nose look so beautiful and my cheeks more hollow. 

    Yes, I am painting my face with this green crayon.

    Wait, who made up the phrase -- "beat your face" (if you don't know what that means, here is a definition c/o of urban dictionary).

    Anyway, we were excited to put these too good to be true products to the test. And to make it more interesting, we attempted two looks -- day and night. And to make it even more interesting, we captured the Babes at 6B trying these products for the VERY FIRST TIME on camera. So yes, this is the very first time we are applying trèStiQue to our faces. Or should I say -- yes, this is the very first time we are beating our faces with trèStiQue.

    Here is what I personally thought --
    I really enjoyed the idea of the bronzer and the blush crayon more than what it actually delivered. I went on a bit more blotchy than I would like but it could be a matter of getting use to the application. The concealer was very cool. If you pick a few shades lighter, it can act as your highlighter. My favorite trèStiQue products are the eyeshadow sticks. The colors are pigmented and easy to apply. I love smudging these things because they give a smoky or a natural eye look depending on what you want and the color choice. Tip: Be careful with the larger end of the lipstick because it is very fragile. If you accidentally break it, just carefully put it back on the application and put it in the refrigerator overnight. It worked for us!


    Here is the list of products that we used --
    Lynn -
    TINTED FACE STICK - Tulum Nude
    CONCEALER CRAYON - Bisque
    BLUSH STICK - St. Barths Pink
    BRONZER STICK - Brazilian Bronze
    LIP (day) - Florence Fig & Rose Balm
    LIP (night) - Belize Bordeaux & Grenache Balm
    EYES (day) - Eye Essentials (light)
    EYES (night) - Aspen Pine

    Tina -
    TINTED FACE STICK  - Tenerite Natural
    CONCEALER CRAYON - Bisque
    BLUSH STICK - Bora Bora Coral
    BRONZER STICK - Brazilian Bronze
    LIP (day) - Nantucket Nude & Muscal Blanc Balm
    LIP (night) - Chile Red & Sangiovese Balm
    EYES (day) - Venetian Gold
    EYES (night) - Kona Coffee
    PENCIL - Swiss Chocolat Pencil
    BROW - Espresso

    Find their products here - https://trestique.com/



    Video by Chris Payne
    . November 21, 2015 .