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    (Original post by itsy_rosexx)
    well im sorry your a refugee and that, but im just looking for makeup advice
    It is alright I am under a lot of stress recently and have to get it out, I have to go now since the french police want to bulldoze my area of the jungle because they want to discriminate against us.
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    It is alright I am under a lot of stress recently and have to get it out, I have to go now since the french police want to bulldoze my area of the jungle because they want to discriminate against us.
    i feel sorry for you, my family are sending clothing etc to refugees because we care so .. good luck being an engineer
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    (Original post by Bill_Murry)
    It is alright I am under a lot of stress recently and have to get it out, I have to go now since the french police want to bulldoze my area of the jungle because they want to discriminate against us.
    Oh heyyyyyyy Bill
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    (Original post by Funspoiler)
    Oh heyyyyyyy Bill
    That is the american that killed my family from news reports.
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    Perhaps a light coverage foundation like Make Up forever face and body or smashbox BB water? Conceal, powder. I wouldn't contour for school but highlight and blush.

    A really simple eye look I used to do was if take the maybelline colour tattoo in creamy beige and put that all over my lid and blend, then I'd take (depending on the season) a different colour for the crease e.g a burgundy in Autumn. And I'd finish it off with a tiny flick of eyeliner and a brow bone highlight.

    Brow pencil is good, use light feathering strokes but powder is better

    Lastly a 'your lips but better colour' like Nars audacious in Vanessa.
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    honestly, think about it long term - make up on your skin is not good for your skin therefore I would advise against adding foundation and eyeshadow is just unnecessary ...

    you're most likely really pretty as you are, I would say wear eyeliner. And that's all you need. In fact, even if one day you don't have time to put mascara on, eyeliner will be just fine (:
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    (Original post by Bill_Murry)
    I was there, it wasn't pretty.
    Well maybe boys need to change the way they think why should girls change who we are for a minority of boys who can't control themselves!
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    Don't use foundation until you need it. Get a nice bronzer to accentuate your cheekbones, I use Bobbi Brown but that might be a bit expensive for a 16 year old, if you can find a cheaper version get a colour match at a shop like Boots. Stick with mascara and eyeliner, I think eyeshadow is too much for school. A nice lipstick or gloss and never underestimate EYEBROWS, a good eyebrow shape makes so much difference to your face. Wax and tint if need be and a good eyebrow pencil.
 
 
 
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