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About MidnightBroadway

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  1. A little scruff definitely never hurts anyone!
  2. I completely understand where you are coming from. Coping mechanisms? Not sure, I just try tell myself everyday that I am so much more than my skin. I'm not going to lie, it's hard, but I don't want to keep telling myself "what if". I'm doing something about it. I keep trying. I guess that's what keeps me going. Hope this sort of answers your 'coping' question.
  3. Acne sucks, trust me, we're all with you on that and understand what you're going through, but don't allow an imperfection to run your life. You're way more than just your skin, and you will have clear skin if you just keep trying. Don't give up!
  4. Okay, after reading several posts, I'm feeling a little nervous about this pill! I just started Yaz three days ago. This is the first time I've ever taken any form of birth control (I'm still a virgin sue me!) My gynecologist recommended it for me. My best friend is on Yaz, and now her skin is flawless, but then again she has mild acne and every woman is different. I hope Yaz works for you! Good luck!
  5. I went a few days without makeup, and my skin felt great when I applied it several days later!! It went on so smoothly! Although, makeup isn't that horrible for your skin even if it is a hassle to clean off. My foundation has spf 20, which is wonderful, since I go to school in Colorado where the sun shines 300 days a year! My foundation has actually improved my skin as well! So I would say it all depends on the makeup, and how you are taking care of the brushes that you use, your skin regimen,
  6. I have a lot of guy friends that wear makeup, and for the most part no one can tell! Not all foundations and powders are bad for your skin! You just have to read the ingredients and do your research. Before considering minerals or foundation, I'd get a good concealer! Physicians Formula Conceal Rx Physicians Strength Concealer is my godsend, and it's not too overpriced (about twelve dollars at most). As for minerals, I'd say make sure it's talc-free so it won't clog your pores. Personally, I'm
  7. So very true! Baby powder can clog your pores as well. It also contains talc. It's best to use talc-free products when it comes to your face. I used baby powder over the summertime, it worked for less than a month, and suddenly I broke out like crazy. My dermatologist gave me a good scolding for that. As for makeup and oily skin, looking for the right flat brush and foundation I'd say would be the better route, but that's only my opinion. :blush: I'm glad baby powder has worked for you! Alt
  8. I've used the Perfectly Real Makeup line, and I have to say I was disappointed. It seems the coverage for you is decent (for me it was terrible). I never had breakouts from it. It's pretty light weight when you apply it. Your skin maybe breaking out from the new regimen (?) Overall, I didn't find it to be Clinique's best product. Their clarifying makeup clear skin formula is wonderful though! Hope this helps, even if only a little.