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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 2220 Foundations

Instructions and Help about Which Form 2220 Foundations

Honestly, what the hell have I done? What have I done? Hi guys, welcome back to my channel. It's your girl Jackie ina jaga jaga jaga jaga jaga jaga jaga jaga jaga jaga jaga jaga jaga jaga. If you're a newbie, I'm gonna fill you in on some details. Get a job, my song, don't worry, I won't say it again. Moving right along, we all know that no two foundation shades with the same name look alike. Ever since 1863 when Dolly Parton wrote the preamble, there are a couple of foundation shade names that I almost expect brands to carry. Some of these shade names include, but aren't limited to, mocha, mahogany, deep, dark, cocoa. A couple videos ago, I did a side-by-side comparison of a bunch of different foundation shades, all with the same name from different brands. Basically, we put them next to each other to see how close or far off they were in comparison. It was quite interesting to see what mocha looked like in the eyes of a different brand. Then, you know what the comments are like. People actually commented on that and liked that. That's how it works. Some of the comments in that video suggested that I should just mix them all together to get the perfect combination of all the shades. By golly, that's freaking genius! Mocha or mahogany, for example, those are names that have different interpretations depending on who you ask. But guess what? If you call the product "deep," for example, that could look like a completely different thing depending on who you ask. What I consider dark and deep could be completely different from what a brand considers dark and deep. Let me introduce you to my friend Nabela, a fellow YouTuber and a brown...