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Old 08-06-2009, 07:15 PM   #751
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I know that feeling why I stay away from foundation and what not if I can help it
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Old 08-07-2009, 05:32 AM   #752
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I actually, really hate wearing make-up now, Im taking on my Granny's look - feckin nasal lines thing happenin.


but have to say, the URBAN DECAY eyeliner, you girls were so right, it does last longer and is stronger when applied!
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Old 08-08-2009, 09:18 PM   #753
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Tanning - the airbrush/spray ones at salons leave you looking REALLY orange and I honestly wouldn't recommend them to anyone, unless they happen to like that sort of look.

I found that Clinique makes a pretty good self-tanner. The smell is still there, but it's milder and it doesn't streak as badly as the others. It's more pricey though. The creams work better than the sprays insofar as streaking goes.

I've tanned indoors before winter vacations since otherwise I'd burn to a crisp even with SPF 50 on.
Vichy is my fave, although a bit pricey but definitely worth it.
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Old 09-25-2009, 05:09 PM   #754
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I got free blue mascara from spending too much money at Sephora.
Then last week I got a free makeover at Kohl's, and she put teal mascara on my lashes.

Now I'm obsessed with colored mascara. The color is subtle, but I think really looks cool. Any recommendations? I'm also broke.
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Old 09-29-2009, 09:21 AM   #755
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I have green eyes and I've used Cover Girl Eyelights-they tell you which one to get based upon your eye color. It has a very subtle hint of metallic too, I just use one coat to make sure it stays subtle. I'm not that into expensive mascara because I've tried cheap and expensive and more often than not I'm happier with the cheap ones.
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Old 09-30-2009, 09:25 PM   #756
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I've got the eyelights for brown eyes too. I love it! It's funny, I've never been a mascara fan. Now I'm obsessed. Oh, btw, Kohl's was having a super mega sale last week, and I got the last fushia mascara! Love it!
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Old 10-01-2009, 11:02 AM   #757
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Skincare:

Living in Florida I'm starting to look seriously into skincare. I signed up for Sephora Beauty Insiders and got a Philosophy sample set which is really nice. I'm already noticing a change in my face after two weeks.

My Question:

While I love the Philosophy, has anyone ever tried the Sephora house brand and if so do you like it? I know there are reviews online but they all seem to be positive to glowing.

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Old 10-07-2009, 04:35 PM   #758
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Oh, Lash Blast, why did I stray from you for so long?
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:25 PM   #759
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I've just started to use the Dermadoctor Picture Porefect spray. It's meant to reduce the size of your pores and decrease oily skin. I found it works really well, my face looks smoother (I feel like I'm doing an ad).

Also, I like the Kiehl's products. I have sensitive skin and those are the only products that don't irritate my skin or give me red patches
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So I'm new to the world of mascara (what can I say - it makes me feel *~fancy~*), and I wanted to try some eye-makeup remover, since my cleanser wasn't cutting it. I also use the plan old "makeup remover" that Target sells, and that does great for everything BUT the mascara.

Is it supposed to feel really greasy and weird (as in, that's why it actually comes off), or did I just buy a really crummy brand?
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Old 12-07-2009, 12:32 AM   #761
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It coud just be the brand, some of the ones I've used have turned out to be greesy, but I would then just wash my face with a cleanser.

mascara is the best thing, next to false lashes of course...but who can be bothred to wear them everyday?

The best mascara I have ever bought is Dior show.
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Old 12-07-2009, 12:37 AM   #762
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I use the Almay eye-makeup remover pads, the non-oily ones. I'm happy with them.
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Old 12-07-2009, 01:17 AM   #763
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So I'm new to the world of mascara (what can I say - it makes me feel *~fancy~*), and I wanted to try some eye-makeup remover, since my cleanser wasn't cutting it. I also use the plan old "makeup remover" that Target sells, and that does great for everything BUT the mascara.

Is it supposed to feel really greasy and weird (as in, that's why it actually comes off), or did I just buy a really crummy brand?
Garnier make a lovely makeup remover that is very watery and will not sting at all. It smells quite fresh, too, so it's no major bother to use. It's a pale green liquid. Not sure what the name is (there can't be too many Garnier removers on the market?) but I can go check if you're interested. It has no trouble with my 12+ hour lippy or my drag queen strength mascaras.
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Old 12-07-2009, 01:44 AM   #764
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I'll check that one out - thanks, Angela!

I was at a grocery store when I finally remembered I wanted to buy some, and they only had one option - the greasy stuff. They're little round pads, and it works, but it's a little icky.

I think I'll have better luck looking in a big drug store, or Target.
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Target or a drug-store should have something, that's where I get my eye make-up remover pads.
I used Garnier wipes to remove make-up
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