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  1. First of all, in the "bad" picture I only see like two pimples and you look great in both pictures! You just look more confident in the 2nd picture. It sounds like you just encountered an extraordinarily large number of assholes in life because your acne is SO not that bad. Besides, people only really say things like this about people who don't have bad acne. They think because it's not so bad, your feelings won't be hurt. When you have REALLY bad acne, people go out of their way to not
  2. There is a lot of truth to this! I haven't been on here in ages because I tried the "letting go" routine. I didn't go all the way because when I tried to stop washing my face completely for a few days I ended up messing with my skin more just because it felt SO gross. I was constantly blotting and picking and it was just bad! However, I tried something else because I just got fed up with worrying about acne: -I stopped using ALL anti-acne topical products. -I started using a simple, non
  3. Canned garbanzo beans! Even better if they're organic. Throw em in the microwave, drain, pour some olive oil, turmeric root, salt, garlic, and cilantro on em. Yummmmmy.
  4. Same here! I thought he was unbelievably hot as soon as I saw him, and when I noticed the scars I was like, "Aww...that just makes you more adorable." On another note, have you heard that he's apparently dating that Audrina girl from The Hills? Do better, Chris Pine.
  5. It is tough sometimes, but fortunately a lot of my friends are similarly health conscious or they have food sensitivities of their own. As for what to get when you go out for coffee, you should try this: An earl grey tea made with steamed soy milk instead of hot water and a few pumps of sugar free vanilla syrup. At Starbucks, this is called a "London Fog." It's DELICIOUS and it's the closest thing to an acne friendly drink, IMO, unless you get a cup of water, lol. You could also get it made
  6. A few months ago, I was at the doctor for a rash on my inner thigh caused by a yeast infection (I'm sure you all wanted to know about that, eh? ). I had already told the nurse everything that was wrong and she went out to get the doctor. The doctor came in and looked at my face like she was kind of confused, looked back at her chart, and said, "Now...wait...where's the rash?" I guess she had to clarify that I didn't have the yeast infection on my face. :wall:
  7. Or, if you don't have a soy allergy, you could blend up some tofu into your smoothies. Tofu is ridiculously high in protein and it has no flavor of its own, but it does add some extra creaminess to smoothies and will take on the flavor of whatever you blending with it.
  8. An average lunch for me that is gluten, sugar, and dairy free is as follows: -One of those instant steam microwave packages of green beans -Some sliced up cucumbers and and homemade hummus Hummus is extremely easy to make and it is sooooo good for you, especially if you make it at home so it doesn't have the preservatives of store bought hummus. Recipe for quick hummus: 1 can of garbanzo beans (rinse them off first if they aren't organic and packed in sea salt) Juice from half of a large lem
  9. everyskyisblue__


    i think the title sums it up.
  10. I have a very hard time with this. It certainly doesn't help that most people I know encourage me to wear makeup because then you "can't tell anything is wrong." I would love to be able to roll out of bed and just go to school the way my friends do, instead of waking up an hour early to wash my face, air dry, moisturize, air dry, and apply foundation, concealor, powder, and blush. The best I can do to stop wearing makeup is to stay home on my days off so that I don't have to worry about m
  11. It depends on your skin, like everything else. Coty Airspun has the best coverage of any drugstore loose powder I've ever used and it didn't break me out for months, but I think I developed an allergy to it because it definitely breaks me out now. Coty does make a fragrance free version. That version breaks me out as well, so I think my allergy must be to something else in the product. Anyway, I recommend trying that and seeing how your skin reacts to it. Plenty of people have no problems w
  12. I don't want a new face. I actually really like my features. I would just want new skin...all over. Instead of this pasty pale, freckled, overly sensitive, broken out crappy skin I have now, I'd want flawless, caramel colored, glowy skin.
  13. First of all, are you wearing any kind of moisturizer underneath? I used to wear Colorstay and I remember that moisturizer makes a big difference. It gives it a little extra slip so you can blend it better before it dries. Second, try applying a smaller amount only where you really need it. You really don't need much for good coverage with Colorstay. What I used to do was dip a Q-tip into the bottle and put tiny little dabs on my chin, cheeks, and forehead before blending like crazy. The
  14. Lots of mineral makeup brands give me problems, as well. Lots of makeup brands, in general, give me problems. Weirdly enough, the only makeup that does not break me out is L'Oreal Bare Naturale.