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About sweet_angel_590

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  1. I haven't tried the Max Factor, but I know Cover Girl makes a color adapting foundation called Tru Blend. It does adapt well to my skin tone color (which is very fair). And it gives light/medium coverage. If you have light red marks it helps make those less visible. But only use this if you have dry skin (or skip the moisturizer) because it will make you oily. Amy
  2. hey, for the girls who get their eyebrows waxed at a salon, do you take pics of how you want them to look, or just let the stylist handle it? thanks!!!
  3. Thanks!! I gave up after about a week cuz mr cheeks looked like they were on fire. LOL.
  4. I'm trying not to wear makeup anymore but when I did, I've heard it's *now* better to use concealer after foundation.
  5. You can buy Clean & Clear ones pretty cheap at places like Wal-Mart, CVS, or Eckerds.
  6. I useally pluck between my eyebrows, & wax above and below.
  7. I have been trying to use concealer/foundation to cover red marks lest from past ance. I AM SICK OF IT!! I can never seem to find the right color and it's useally too dark for my skin (I'm PPP). Or orange. I've tried lots of different makeups to help hide this hoping for a drastic change but with NO success. Plus all makeup does is make your skin look dry, flakey, chalky, and cakey. And it seems to me makeup NEVER wants to blend, so you're left with sploches on your face and you look like a clow
  8. Hey people!!! If you need a make-up to cover up red marks, scars, blotchs, dark circles, etc.. I've got just the thing. It's called Clinque City Stick SPF 15. It's got medium to heavy coverage depending on how you apply it and how much you put on the spot. If you keep applying it has good coverage. I have SUPER FAIR SKIN so I took the lightest shade they had, Ivory Twist, and that was good. It's cream-to-powder, and it blends nicely. It comes in a chic silver twist-up retractable stick, great to