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On My Vanity: Candace Cameron Bure’s Most Beautiful Things

Vanity_ candace _Photo Credit Mikel Healey

After an incredible run on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” (where she placed 3rd overall), two-time New York Times best-selling author, and mother of three Candace Cameron Bure has a busy, full life. Despite the balancing act, she always looks so effortlessly pretty. BELLA caught up with the “Full House” alum and she opened up about a few of her favorite things.

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Benefit “They’re Real” Mascara$23,

“If I could only put on one beauty product for the rest of my life, it’d be mascara. I love this particular wand – it gets every single lash without clumping. It looks like I have on false lashes – it so thick and black – and best of all, it stays on the whole day without flaking! I use this in my daily life and when I’m working on set.”

Sonia Kashuk Eye Couture Palette$19.99, Target

“This matte palette is amazing and inexpensive. I can use the soft spring colors in taupes and rusty peaches for shadow. The black is very rich and acts as amazing eyeliner. You can brush it on dry, or add a drop of water for a more liquid look using the proper eyeliner brush. The highlighter for the brow bone and inner corners of the eye is there. I also use the brown/taupe colors to fill in my eyebrows as well as contour my cheekbones and nose. This is the best matte all-in-one palette I’ve had!”

Make-up Forever HD Invisible Cover Foundation – $42, Sephora

“My color changes depending on my tan and hair color. I’ve tried so many other foundations, but I always come back to this one. I use it in daily life and on camera in my movies or red carpet events. It covers all the flaws, evens out my skin tone, and keeps a dewy look but never looks cakey. It’s still sheer because it’s HD. I typically blend two different shades for the perfect color, like 118 and 123 or 127 and 128. I find having a few shades of foundation and blending gives you a much more natural look that you can control instead of just buying one shade hoping it always matches perfectly. (It never does!)”

Produced by Candace for the Hallmark Channel, “Mom’s Blind Date” will premiere this Mother’s Day weekend.

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