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Old 05-22-2010, 06:07 PM   #10461
 
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Another head cold! *sadly eats mashed potatoes*
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Old 05-22-2010, 06:27 PM   #10462
 
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Why has no one told me the magic of applying hair products in the shower?!? The humidity makes my hair extra-wurly, and its nearly impossible to over-do the products.

Sometimes I think that you guys don't share these tips so you know that you have the best looking hair...
Wait, when if not the shower would one apply hair products? How else does one apply when hair is sopping wet?
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Old 05-22-2010, 06:29 PM   #10463
 
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Old 05-22-2010, 06:44 PM   #10464
 
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Why has no one told me the magic of applying hair products in the shower?!? The humidity makes my hair extra-wurly, and its nearly impossible to over-do the products.

Sometimes I think that you guys don't share these tips so you know that you have the best looking hair...
Wait, when if not the shower would one apply hair products? How else does one apply when hair is sopping wet?
I always applied 5 or so minutes after I got out of the shower. I have amazingly thick hair and it takes forever to dry, so it was still pretty much sopping...
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Old 05-22-2010, 09:21 PM   #10465
 
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I forgot about how much more fun cleaning is if you blast music and dance while you do it. I think I have a new favorite thing to do....
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Old 05-23-2010, 01:25 AM   #10466
 
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I said it. I told you. Again I'm proud of myself. It's not easy to say that out loud. I sort of wish you had responded, but you chose not to. Which I can respect.

I don't want to change myself just because you made me mad. I will continue to be me. That will be my revenge to you.
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Old 05-23-2010, 08:53 AM   #10467
 
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I think the only way to find a foundation that matches my very pale skin is to get a tan. The palest foundations made don't match me I'm going to have to get out the fake tan.

You know it's summer when the British wear their 'summer' clothes and are all red. Sunscreen people! And all the chavs wear head to toe white emphasising their unhealthy pallor.
Did you see the recent post I made to the foundation thread on the makeup board? Illamasqua has a foundation that's basically white. Maybe that'd work.
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Old 05-23-2010, 09:17 AM   #10468
 
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I said it. I told you. Again I'm proud of myself. It's not easy to say that out loud. I sort of wish you had responded, but you chose not to. Which I can respect.

I don't want to change myself just because you made me mad. I will continue to be me. That will be my revenge to you.
If you don't continue to be you I would NOT be a happy camper. I (and I'm pretty sure everybody else) like you just the way you are!!
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Old 05-23-2010, 09:22 AM   #10469
 
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I think the only way to find a foundation that matches my very pale skin is to get a tan. The palest foundations made don't match me I'm going to have to get out the fake tan.

You know it's summer when the British wear their 'summer' clothes and are all red. Sunscreen people! And all the chavs wear head to toe white emphasising their unhealthy pallor.
Did you see the recent post I made to the foundation thread on the makeup board? Illamasqua has a foundation that's basically white. Maybe that'd work.
Illamasqua has a foundation that IS white. They also have a pink-toned white that is supposed to look more natural on super-pale people. Either way, you could always mix it with another color to get a perfect match....
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Old 05-23-2010, 10:05 AM   #10470
 
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I think the only way to find a foundation that matches my very pale skin is to get a tan. The palest foundations made don't match me I'm going to have to get out the fake tan.

You know it's summer when the British wear their 'summer' clothes and are all red. Sunscreen people! And all the chavs wear head to toe white emphasising their unhealthy pallor.
Did you see the recent post I made to the foundation thread on the makeup board? Illamasqua has a foundation that's basically white. Maybe that'd work.
Illamasqua has a foundation that IS white. They also have a pink-toned white that is supposed to look more natural on super-pale people. Either way, you could always mix it with another color to get a perfect match....
Thanks for the suggestions Phoenix and Kenzie. I'll have to try and find some of that foundation, I've never heard of it before. I suppose I could even go without the foundation at all...
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Old 05-23-2010, 10:47 AM   #10471
 
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Did you see the recent post I made to the foundation thread on the makeup board? Illamasqua has a foundation that's basically white. Maybe that'd work.
Illamasqua has a foundation that IS white. They also have a pink-toned white that is supposed to look more natural on super-pale people. Either way, you could always mix it with another color to get a perfect match....
Thanks for the suggestions Phoenix and Kenzie. I'll have to try and find some of that foundation, I've never heard of it before. I suppose I could even go without the foundation at all...
I'm not sure if you can get these brands in the UK, but Korres makes foundation and tinted moisturizer that are fair enough for me (and I'm pretty fair). I've also found that the lightest shade from Bare Escentuals (mineral foundation) is too light, which is pretty rare for me! I like the color selections from Everyday Minerals, too.
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Another day, another poor dead varmint in the yard. Thanks, Tabitha. How you do it, despite being declawed and wearing a bell, I'll never know.

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It is so sad losing you to Alzheimer's. I just keep holding on to days like today, when you still remember who I am.
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I wonder wonder wonder what the future will hold.
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Did you see the recent post I made to the foundation thread on the makeup board? Illamasqua has a foundation that's basically white. Maybe that'd work.
Illamasqua has a foundation that IS white. They also have a pink-toned white that is supposed to look more natural on super-pale people. Either way, you could always mix it with another color to get a perfect match....
Thanks for the suggestions Phoenix and Kenzie. I'll have to try and find some of that foundation, I've never heard of it before. I suppose I could even go without the foundation at all...
Lily Loly mineral make up is amazing! They have a lot of different shades- also you can order little trial sizes on the cheap before the commit to buy anything A little goes a long way too!
http://www.lilylolo.co.uk/category/foundation
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Old 05-23-2010, 06:07 PM   #10476
 
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Please please please please please please please let me ace this degree. Please.

2 weeks. Sh*t. I am in panic mode.I cannot think straight. I have not done enough work. I no longer sleep. Or breath properly. *sob*

Also please let that nasty little something I found be nothing. Please.
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Old 05-23-2010, 06:31 PM   #10477
 
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I finally got some KCCC. I'm so happy they finally sell it in a local Whole Foods.

So happy!

And I finally got a Diva Cup! Whoo hoo!!!
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Old 05-24-2010, 06:41 AM   #10478
 
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Thanks for the suggestions Phoenix and Kenzie. I'll have to try and find some of that foundation, I've never heard of it before. I suppose I could even go without the foundation at all...
This is their more natural colored liquid foundations....
This has their more costume-y liquid colors, including pure white and pure black....
This is their cream foundations, and there is a pure white and a pure black....
And this is their powder foundations, and there is a pure white and a pure black....

HTH!!
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I thought one of the benefits of yoga was to help people stop being a raging lunatics. Unfortunately, the majority of people I know who do yoga are nucking futs. Namaste, my arse.
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Ugh my professor believes that global warming is fake and DEATH PANELS!!! are real holy f*cking sh*it aaaaargh

And yeah this has to do with the topic of the class
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