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    This thread is really inspired me, after DD i have ignored to take care my nail. So yesterday I take out my nail bags and found my strengthening nail product by dr lewinn, I used it. Made my nail shine, sound funny but I feel good.

    I also feel better if my hair is good so I have to make sure that i straighten my hair even im at home.

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    Thanks for providing your expertise. I tried one of those coloured concealers from Lancome, but didn't find it very helpful. Can you suggest any other brands?
    Hi MiM it shouldnt really make too much of a difference which brand you use but how you apply. I would moisturize first, then dot computed concealer on under eyes from the corner downward to where the dark
    spot occurs and blend gently with your regular foundation. Then apply regular foundation over the face as you usually do. If purple isn't working out you could try yellow as it brightens the eye

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    I've been feeling inspired by this thread. I've gotten showered and dressed before DS gets up in the morning, straightened my hair and put some bronzer on every day. Thanks MiM.

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    Yes thank you for the inspiration! Ive decided to take a little time out of the day to put more effort into me

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    [QUOTE=babyla;6463868]
    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyLoaf View Post
    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?
    Hi hun, I love the SK-11 facial treatment masks- they aren't cheap ($28 for one!) but they are so worth it! xx

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    OK so I'm not even a Mumma yet (bub's is due 5/5) BUT I have been on bed rest for the past 2.5 months (unable to dress my lower half... needing DH's help) and I have had shocking outbreak of dermatitis.... so I have felt horrid!
    I get dressed on the days that I have to go out (doctors) and when I say "dressed" I mean I throw something on that is super stretchy, comfy and daggy! Make up has been a thing of the past - I normally use MAC and i LOVE it.... but even when my dermatitis clears up Im afraid that it will come back if I start using make up again
    My friend did my finger and toe nails with shellac for me the other week and OMG I cannot tell you how much better that made me feel about myself - so I will keep that up!
    I am gonna research some tinted moisturiser and hope that I can find some for sensitive skin (any recommendation's?) cos I do moisturise every day so that would be a good start!
    I also have heaps of nice cloths that I could wear "if I could be bothered" well Im gonna get bothered!
    Thank you all!!

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    Tinted moisturizer is my must have beauty item! First thing that goes on my face each day - evens out my complexion and adds a nice glow. Even if I forget to put make up on before work (Yep, it's happened...), I don't look like my face is bare.

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    OK... so I went shopping today (yes I got up, showered and dressed myself in my nicest “casual” clothes) - I found a very helpful lady at the local price line and he helped me HEAPS!
    I ended up getting myself:
    Tinted moisturiser - nude by nature (Great coverage, doesn't aggravate my sensitive skin or dermatitis) Lip Stain – Cover girl Outlast lip stain > Everbloom Kiss 400 Hair die – the proper one used in salons
    NOW I AM ALL SET TO FEEL GOOD ABOUT MYSELF!

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    [QUOTE=CakeyLoaf;6468432]
    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post

    Hi hun, I love the SK-11 facial treatment masks- they aren't cheap ($28 for one!) but they are so worth it! xx
    Thanks! I'll give it a whirl xx

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