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Treasure

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  1. Wow, I just logged in here on a whim and saw that you added me as a friend. Although I no longer log in regularly it was very nice to see a familiar old-timer on here. I hope all is well with you :)

    1. User44822

      User44822

      Also noticed that today is your 8th org anniversary. Crazy.

  2. hey old timer...

    1. Course I am! How have you been friend? miss talking to you. Hope all is good with you. :)

      1. You're the only one that say hi to me. Hi!

        1. Happy belated birthday! Hope you had a good day! :)

          1. Hey! Doing pretty decent. How are you?

            1. You could use baby wipes. or a cleansing oil. I dont think water and sponge will actually break down the makeup. To me, it sounds like you'll be causing more breakouts by not removing the make up properly....
            2. hey hun, hope all is well

              xx

              1. Hi Fishy. Hope you and monkey are well :)

                1. That's ok. Please excuse my ignorance as I dont live in the states, but dont they have any testers in the store?
                2. It depends. Most people say you should. But, if you find that your skin is super dry, using the powder on top can sometimes make the dryness more noticeable. Getting good with make up does take practice and finding what products and technique works best for you. Regarding skin tone... best way to figure it out, is look at your veins on your arms - if the veins have a blue tinge to it, then you are cool toned, if the veins look more green, then it's likely that you are warm toned. But tha
                3. yeah, you could try a tinted moisturiser, but dont expect much coverage. All a tinted moisturiser do is tone down a bit of the redness in the skin. you could try concealer? but you need to make sure that it's an exact match to your skin colour and make sure you blend it well into your skin, to make sure it's not obvious.
                4. I have used it. I used it for years and loved the coverage it gave. But I realised that after a long while (and probably with some denial too ) that it did cause me to break out. Thing is, when I first used to use it, I never had any problems, but i think my skin got "used" to it, or it must have changed or something, because now, every time i wear it, i get breakouts (even with a new bottle, so i know it's not because of the product aging or anything). The only real way to know if it will wor
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