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    Hi, I am slightly tanned with hazel/green eyes and brown hair with mild highlights, i have a oval face and i have a fringe. What would be the best neutral makeup to wear to school ?(I usually wear concealer, eyebrow pencil, mascara, nude lipstick)
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    Depends whar year you are in school but you honestly soind beautiful so i think what your wearing at the moment is fine!
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    (Original post by Ume Hussain)
    Depends whar year you are in school but you honestly soind beautiful so i think what your wearing at the moment is fine!
    I am in year 11 and I have some blemishes that are so annoying that i want to cover!
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    I suggest getting an extra hour of sleep instead.
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    I am in year 11 and I have some blemishes that are so annoying that i want to cover!
    OMG i'm in year 11 too!! Well i would definitely reccommend trying the Lo'real True Match foundation it had buildable coverage and gives a dewy finish but with any powder (even a cheap one would work) it goes perfectly matt and stays matt and it works with our skin tone since i am also olive with hazel eyes!!!!! Concealer wise i have no idea i still havent founf a good concealer to blend iinto my naturally very oily skin so if you have any good ones to reccommend let me know xx
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    [QUOTE=Ume Hussain;63409411]OMG i'm in year 11 too!! Well i would definitely reccommend trying the Lo'real True Match foundation it had buildable coverage and gives a dewy finish but with any powder (even a cheap one would work) it goes perfectly matt and stays matt and it works with our skin tone since i am also olive with hazel eyes!!!!! Concealer wise i have no idea i still havent founf a good concealer to blend iinto my naturally very oily skin so if you have any good ones to reccommend let me know xx[0
    i would say try the max factor 24 hours concelaer, it really works, especially for me!
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    i would say try the max factor 24 hours concelaer, it really works, especially for me!
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    (Original post by itsy_rosexx)
    i would say try the max factor 24 hours concelaer, it really works, especially for me!
    Thanks i will definitely be giving it a go!
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    I use the Max Factor Infinity Primer and then the Facefinity 3 in 1 foundation and it stays on all day Which I think is better than worrying about it all day. It gives a more smooth appearance as well so it looks more natural
 
 
 
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