Here are some grammar tips:
Your and you're
- Your - opposite of my: I really love your eye shadow
- You're - short for you are: You're going to love the new OPI range coming out.
There, their and they're
- There - refers to a location: the lipstick is on the table over there
- Their - refers to possession: Estee Lauder is my favourite brand. I love their lipsticks
- They're - is short for they are: Have you heard about the new lip butters? They're going to be the hottest beauty trend of the season.
- Where - means place: Where do you store your makeup?
- Were - past tense: I thought you were going to wear you new perfume.
- We're - short for we are: We're going to Myers this afternoon to check out the sales.
- Know - refers to thought: I know purple eye shadow makes my green eyes pop.
- No - opposite of yes: No, you cannot borrow my mascara.
- Now - present time: I stink. I need to put deodorant on now.