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    [QUOTE=CakeyLoaf;6463851]For me personally I always have to brush my teeth, wear makeup (nothing full on, just foundation, blush and mascara). If I look particularly deathly I wear Beauty Flash balm underneath.

    Eye Cream: any kind just use it!

    Also, wear perfume every day


    These things are me exactly! Love beauty flash balm!
    Do you have any face mask recommendations?

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    I'm an extremely low maintenance person - no make-up unless going out, never wear perfume, don't wear heels ever, I don't wear jewellery except for my wedding and engagement ring, another ring with sentimental meaning and my watch when the band isn't broken, I moisturise my legs after I shave and my hands in winter but that's it....no special beauty regimes and I recently shaved my head so no hair to style and it's not coloured either.

    For me it's a shower/personal hygeine (brush teeth, deodrant etc.) and getting dressed. I HATE pyjama days. I even hate it when my kids want to wear pyjamas. Pyjamas all day are for when you're sick. I don't care if I'm not going anywhere, being ready to walk out the door in a moments notice is what makes me feel good...I am prepared to walk out the door in some pretty casual clothes too.
    Nice underwear...it doesn't need to match or be sexy or anything (I don't own a single piece of sexy, lacy underwear) but undies that aren't faded, stretched out and/or with holes in them and a bra with good support.
    That's it...with those things I'm happy!

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    Shapewear briefs. I always feel better when I wear them when I leave the house. They're comfortable but do make me look better. Also some lipgloss and blush with a spritz of my favourite perfume flower by kenzo.

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    Subing very interested lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemmi View Post
    Subing very interested lol

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    Me too

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    Does anyone have some hints for covering/preventing dark under eye circles? I've tried a million concealers that don't really do the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    Does anyone have some hints for covering/preventing dark under eye circles? I've tried a million concealers that don't really do the trick.
    I've never tried it but apparently teas bags can help. Soak them for a couple of minutes, let them cool and then place them over your eyes for 5-10 minutes. But being a mum doesn't really leave you much spare time. I used to use a mineral concealer but I forget what its called. It was amazing. If I remember it i'll PM it to you.

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    I think having your eyebrows manicured by a beautician can make a word of difference and its inexpensive to do. I also have my eyelashes tinted and permed. Because of this i use minimal makeup Oh and having my hair clean and shiny. I allways buy products that smell really nice wether it's for my skin or hair, if it doesn't smell nice i won't buy it.

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    Yay this thread has really inspired me :-) yesterday I actually straightened my hair for work! :-O

    And today I've already warned DH I'm not doing much housework as I'm going to do some beautifying :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    Does anyone have some hints for covering/preventing dark under eye circles? I've tried a million concealers that don't really do the trick.
    Yep you need a coloured concealer, sounds weird but purple actually dotted under the eyes and then blended with foundation. Colored concealers are great, green for red spots, purple or yellow for dark spots and always blend really well. I used to be a make up artist many moons ago.


 

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