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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    That would really annoy me. Overpowering scents give me a migraine.
    It's extreme, let me tell you! I was less than thrilled.

    Thankfully she's gone now so I've opened up our doors to let the fresh air in!

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    I think we need signs for offices, like no smoking ones, but these would say no scents please. Or "please see sense, and tone down your scents". :-p

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    Enjoying our Christmas Eve... we are celebrating tomorrow as DH is away next week... about to glaze the ham & make a cheesecake... the kids think I wrote a letter to Santa to come early can't wait to see their little faces in the morning

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    Wondering if places like Mecca maxima teach you how to apply make up and what shades suit you better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Wondering if places like Mecca maxima teach you how to apply make up and what shades suit you better?
    I don't know what Mecca maxima is but I know that Mac and Napoleon Perdis (and probably makeup counters like Clinique etc in myer) have packages you can buy where a make up artist will do your makeup and show you how to use the products and pick colours etc. the fee is then taken off of whatever products you buy. I looked into this recently but haven't done it yet. I need a pick me up so I might try it in January.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Wondering if places like Mecca maxima teach you how to apply make up and what shades suit you better?
    Yep. They do. All redeemable with product. I think its $100 for an hour or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Wondering if places like Mecca maxima teach you how to apply make up and what shades suit you better?
    Yes they do, just go in and tell them what you are after and they will give out a few choices and try them on you, but be prepared to spend more than you think you will as they are really great at up selling you all the other products that go with what you want! I went in there last week to buy a Stila foundation and cane out with a new concealer, primer, mascara, blush and eyeshadow palette oh and a make up setting spray I didn't realise I had to have!

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    Thanks ladies. Costly little exercise then?! I have no idea what I want/need. I've only started wearing foundation in the last 18 months lol. I wear bright red or pink lipstick and get my lashes tinted. That's it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Thanks ladies. Costly little exercise then?! I have no idea what I want/need. I've only started wearing foundation in the last 18 months lol. I wear bright red or pink lipstick and get my lashes tinted. That's it.
    It can be but basics for me are base (foundation/tinted moisturiser/CC or BB cream), concealer, powder, mascara. Maybe eyeshadow.

    If you wanted to do it I would get good base products (foundation, concealer, maybe blush but not setting powder) and maybe a some eyeshadow.

    Tell them what you want to achieve and how much you want to spend upfront.

    Brushes/tools - there are good super affordable products.

    Lipsticks etc are easy to get from Priceline.

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    Watching the Carols in the Domain. I love this time of year 🤶🏻

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