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    Re: beauty

    [quote author=Hotsauce McGilacuty link=topic=6417.msg281566#msg281566 date=1176226537]
    harsh lines are coming back, mac is coming out with a new line of eye liners that are reminiscent of the early 90's lotsa black

    to make your eyes look bigger, dont apply liner to your water line, or on the bottom at all, just on the top.
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    i hate when women ALWAYS put black all the way around their eyes.  i used to work with a girl who had thick black eyeliner TATTOOED ALL THE WAY around her eyes, it looked awful....and painful.

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    [quote author=Hotsauce McGilacuty link=topic=6417.msg281575#msg281575 date=1176226780]
    its the part of the bottom of your eye right above your lashes, a lot of women put their eye liner there and it makes their eyes look really small.
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    OH. No I stopped doing that when I was like 14. Not only that it makes your eye liner run something terrible.

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    Re: beauty

    i also wanna say, i agree that you broads look lovely with or without makeup, but makeup is so much fun.

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    [quote author=emmieslost link=topic=6417.msg281571#msg281571 date=1176226682]
    i probably wear makeup half a dozen times a year.  i have really sensitive skin, and i just hate having shit all over my face.  

    i think women look great without makeup, but i also see it as away to express yourself, not much different from styling your hair or wearing jewelry (i don't do any of those things either, lol!)  i used to have my face priced, but i took most of my piercings out, the ones you can see when i'm dressed anyway!  :lol:  
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    hell believe me im not knocking makeup. I wear it on occassion too, and i love it. I just remember when i was younger not realizing that i was just as beyootiful without it. When i was younger i wouldn't go out anywhere with out some make up on. now i don't give a fuck haha....

    sorry ladies if i came off as knocking the makeup...cuz believe me I got's love for it too...just trying to remind girls they are pretty without it. it just came out all wrong and confusing...


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    so would you say across the board eyeliner on the bottom is a bad idea for everyone? i have a hard time with eyeliner at all :|
    [quote author=Ron_NYC link=topic=4526.msg172502#msg172502 date=1170561506]<br />How can you have any lack of love for SG!?!?<br /><br />I tink shes more kewler then most!<br />[/quote]

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    Re: beauty

    [quote author=saidgrace link=topic=6417.msg281589#msg281589 date=1176227080]
    so would you say across the board eyeliner on the bottom is a bad idea for everyone? i have a hard time with eyeliner at all :|
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    i don't think it looks good on women with small eyes.&nbsp; i wear a little on the bottom sometimes, but i have pretty large eyes.

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    yeah, i have big eyes too, that's why i was wondering. i have a hard time with it i think because i wear really light eyeshadow with black mascara. the eyeliner kind of blends with the black mascara on the bottom, but clashes with the light eyeshadow on the top.&nbsp; :|
    [quote author=Ron_NYC link=topic=4526.msg172502#msg172502 date=1170561506]<br />How can you have any lack of love for SG!?!?<br /><br />I tink shes more kewler then most!<br />[/quote]

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    Re: beauty

    [quote author=saidgrace link=topic=6417.msg281589#msg281589 date=1176227080]
    so would you say across the board eyeliner on the bottom is a bad idea for everyone? i have a hard time with eyeliner at all :|
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    it doesnt look bad on everyone, but i think it looks better if you dont. plus it makes your over all makeup look less clowny if youre trying something bolder than usual

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    [quote author=Hotsauce McGilacuty link=topic=6417.msg281607#msg281607 date=1176227453]
    it doesnt look bad on everyone, but i think it looks better if you dont. plus it makes your over all makeup look less clowny if youre trying something bolder than usual
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    check! i'm excited to try all this out!
    [quote author=Ron_NYC link=topic=4526.msg172502#msg172502 date=1170561506]<br />How can you have any lack of love for SG!?!?<br /><br />I tink shes more kewler then most!<br />[/quote]

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    Re: beauty

    My mom always says I don't wear enough blush and that I look dead, and when I see myself in photos she's right.&nbsp; However, I have this overwhelming fear of looking clownish. Any suggestions?
    <br /><br />I guess I&#39;ll never understand.

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    Re: beauty

    [quote author=MartiniM link=topic=6417.msg281618#msg281618 date=1176227846]
    My mom always says I don't wear enough blush and that I look dead, and when I see myself in photos she's right.&nbsp; However, I have this overwhelming fear of looking clownish. Any suggestions?
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    YES. Are we supposed to put blush under the cheekbone or on it? How far in should it be? Should you use those two tone blush jobbies?

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    Re: beauty

    here are some inspiration if youre interested in trying new stuff.












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    Re: beauty

    [quote author=MartiniM link=topic=6417.msg281618#msg281618 date=1176227846]
    My mom always says I don't wear enough blush and that I look dead, and when I see myself in photos she's right.&nbsp; However, I have this overwhelming fear of looking clownish. Any suggestions?
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    i never wear blush, ever. &nbsp;i have a weird olive complexion though, i just think that most women who wear a lot of blush usually don't know how to wear it right anyway... &nbsp;so i have just always gone without. &nbsp;

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    Re: beauty

    [quote author=Only1Lf link=topic=6417.msg281623#msg281623 date=1176228011]
    YES. Are we supposed to put blush under the cheekbone or on it? How far in should it be? Should you use those two tone blush jobbies?
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    i would buy a liquid blush and apply it under your foundation (if you wear foundation at all) and its more modern to apply it to the apples of your cheeks (the part were your cheek sticks out the most) in my opinion it looks 80's/ drag queen if you apply it to the crease under your cheek bone.

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    i think it looks cute when i burn my cheeks a little, so if i wear blush i usually just put it where the burn would be (i believe this is the apples) and it looks pretty cute!
    [quote author=Ron_NYC link=topic=4526.msg172502#msg172502 date=1170561506]<br />How can you have any lack of love for SG!?!?<br /><br />I tink shes more kewler then most!<br />[/quote]

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    Re: beauty

    dont forget to use good brushes. never use those stupid eye shadow sponge thingys. good brushes can be expensive, but the best brushes ive found on a budget are at target by Sonia Kashuk.

    use a brushe like this to apply the shadow (or one that has a slant)



    and one like this to blend the shadow


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    another good tip is to wet your brush. it makes the eye shadow bolder and easier to apply

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    Re: beauty

    I want to sport a goatee. Problem is I can barely grow any facial hair. After 3 months it just looks like I got some spread out well trimmed pubes on my chin. Is there anything that will enhance or improve my facial hair growth? Or am I just not a real man?&nbsp; :-)
    And affirmative action is a very nice term for racial discrimination against better-qualified white people in jobs, employment, promotions and scholarships, and college admittance.

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    Re: beauty

    papaya is a good natural exfoliator. it has enzymes in it that dissolve dead skin, just mash it up and shmear it on your face. :)

    Also, for amazing skin (I sound like an infomercial, but i'm completely serious) you need dry skin brushing in your life. It gets rid of dead skin cells, improves circulation, even helps reduce cellulite....seriously. Just make sure you use a natural bristle brush (you can get them at any health food store), do it when your skin is completely dry, and then take a shower. Try not to use any soaps or body washes with chemicals in them. When you get out, dry off and use natural lotions or body oils ONLY (nothing with paraffin or mineral oils, thats garbage.)&nbsp; You will thank me once you see how soft and awesome your skin feels.&nbsp; :)

    FYI: its best to start at your feet and work your way up, and make sure you brush in the direction of your heart. Alternate with counter-clockwise circles, and long strokes.

    Here is a link to one of many articles, just so you have a better idea of the benefits and the whole process, but google is your friend: http://www.jashbotanicals.com/articles/skin_brushing.html

    Also, this is the body oil I use... awesome shit!
    http://www.evitaminstore.com/catalog/Body-Oil-Grapefruit--Mint-3640.html

    [size=11pt]In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.[/size]&nbsp; [size=9pt]-Aristotle[/size]

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    Re: beauty

    [quote author=Wick link=topic=6417.msg281641#msg281641 date=1176229489]
    I want to sport a goatee. Problem is I can barely grow any facial hair. After 3 months it just looks like I got some spread out well trimmed pubes on my chin. Is there anything that will enhance or improve my facial hair growth? Or am I just not a real man?&nbsp; :-)
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    it means ur gay.
    [quote author=Ron_NYC link=topic=4526.msg172502#msg172502 date=1170561506]<br />How can you have any lack of love for SG!?!?<br /><br />I tink shes more kewler then most!<br />[/quote]

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    Re: beauty

    [quote author=saidgrace link=topic=6417.msg281648#msg281648 date=1176229833]
    it means ur gay.
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    Master Gracie. My sexuality is well known on this forum. Just ask miniconman. In the streets I am known as Wick the Mounter. Let's try and stick to the topic, or I will be forced to switch sides and forcefully mount you.&nbsp;
    And affirmative action is a very nice term for racial discrimination against better-qualified white people in jobs, employment, promotions and scholarships, and college admittance.

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    IT WAS A TEST! you passed.
    [quote author=Ron_NYC link=topic=4526.msg172502#msg172502 date=1170561506]<br />How can you have any lack of love for SG!?!?<br /><br />I tink shes more kewler then most!<br />[/quote]

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    Re: beauty

    [quote author=shiki link=topic=6417.msg281562#msg281562 date=1176226392]
    no i was yelling at grace. the way she worded her compliment to you sounded like she was saying she wasn't beautiful enough to go without the makeup....

    sorry. I think most of the ladies here, from what ive seen don't need a lot of make up. Im just saying if grace is thinking she needs makeup to be beyootiful she is trippin!&nbsp;

    is your sister's talent dick sucking? no offence.
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    I agree most don't need a lot of makeup. &nbsp;And from what I know, no, my sister's talent isn't dick sucking but I could be wrong! She does have some big beautiful lips though!

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    Re: beauty

    Hotsauceeee!

    While you're dispensing beauty advice, I have a question for ya:

    I (obviously) have a very fair complexion, and my face can't carry dramatic or dark make-up very well.&nbsp; I've also found that most colors tend not to work with my already dramatic hair color...HELP!
    I usually use either brown or mauve eyeshadow and brown liquid liner and mascara...but I need a change.&nbsp; What other colors/shades do you think would look good on me for both everyday and nighttime, but not overpower my face?

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    Re: beauty

    [quote author=saidgrace link=topic=6417.msg281660#msg281660 date=1176230410]
    IT WAS A TEST! you passed.
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    Ah, Master Gracie always teaching. You're teachings continue to give me insight and infinite wisdom.

    &quot;The technique, depends mainly on arm and finger strength. Once you've that, then the next step is to learn how to pierce stone. Well you might as well start practicing now. Do you know, mantis legends? How it was it all started? It was fighting off this blackbird. Although it was only a tenth of the bird's size, it was a very valiant insect. And that's why the technique, needs a brave man, And a strong one, who isn't afraid of birds...&quot;
    And affirmative action is a very nice term for racial discrimination against better-qualified white people in jobs, employment, promotions and scholarships, and college admittance.

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