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Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

Even if your skin doesn't need foundation ie evening out, blemishes/marks/dark circles to cover

Some translucent powder could still help with oiliness/shine

Tiny bit of blush, some mascara, some eyeliner, some gloss can add polish without looking garish






no...they dont need it. leave them alone 
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I know but I couldn't help it... I want them to be great 


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Do you all believe that there are women with,

Bemish/acne/scar/bump free skin
Even toned skin (no dark circles, etc)
Naturally full and thick eyebrows (arched, no pencil or powder added)
Naturally long eyelashes
Even skin (not dry, not oily or shiny)

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In which case, for that type of woman, do you all think she 'needs' makeup as well and if so, what kind of makeup would you all suggest she wear? 

I'm just wondering Smile.



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..and Samone, the image of you tackling a woman and ripping off her chicken breast cutlets has me WEAK! OMG!!!! 
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Originally posted by Rumbera Rumbera wrote:

Most of the time #teamfeshfaced are the delusional ones.





Sorry, couldn't resist LOL
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Originally posted by laceyfront laceyfront wrote:

Originally posted by BBpants BBpants wrote:

Hate to burst your bubble, but I do have perfect skin and my future wife will have perfect skin. We will have perfect skinned children too.



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote EPITOME Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan 26 2013 at 10:37pm
Originally posted by Organic Organic wrote:

Do you all believe that there are women with,

Bemish/acne/scar/bump free skin
Even toned skin (no dark circles, etc)
Naturally full and thick eyebrows (arched, no pencil or powder added)
Naturally long eyelashes
Even skin (not dry, not oily or shiny)

...

In which case, for that type of woman, do you all think she 'needs' makeup as well and if so, what kind of makeup would you all suggest she wear? 

I'm just wondering Smile.


sure. a lil blush..why? bc everyone needs color added to their face and nobody [esp. ppl of color] have naturally flushed cheeks 24/7

and fyi i dont wear makeup everyday but i think i should. and i probably will once i start working.

eta: like coconess said you could still line your eyes every once in awhile...ive only met one person irl and it was a man whose eyelashes were so dark they made him look like his eyes were lined. it was pretty. he hated itLOL



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote coconess Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan 26 2013 at 10:38pm
Originally posted by Organic Organic wrote:

Do you all believe that there are women with,

Bemish/acne/scar/bump free skin
Even toned skin (no dark circles, etc)
Naturally full and thick eyebrows (arched, no pencil or powder added)
Naturally long eyelashes
Even skin (not dry, not oily or shiny)

...

In which case, for that type of woman, do you all think she 'needs' makeup as well and if so, what kind of makeup would you all suggest she wear? 

I'm just wondering Smile.


she could still benefit from blush, liner, lipstick with gloss on top, mascara (even if she has naturally long lashes.. she could always benefit from more) a light coverage powder to make her look more polished, contouring.. and probably some more things.. 

everyone could benefit from makeup...  
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there is always room for improvement.

using such improvements doesn't mean you were a 0 to begin with.

I feel that a lot of ppl think.. if you say something like "everyone can use a little makeup" its like your throwing shots around.
it  really doesn't have to be that deep. IMO.
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I don't think of shots at all, I think it's all totally subjective. What some consider 'polished', other's don't.

I, for one, hate the look of eye liner. I think it looks tacky, even when applied correctly. Like, why are you walking around with lines drawn around your eyes...

I also don't like the look of blush or lip tints.

So, subjective. I wouldn't dare tell another woman what she 'needed' based on my ideas of beauty/looking polished/etc.
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