I don't wear makeup ever. I feel a bit slack after reading so many of you put in so much effort!
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06-05-2015 18:41 #31
06-05-2015 18:44 #32
I love makeup. I don't wear a lot. I would never go to work without foundation, powder, blush, mascara and lipstick. EVER! Lol
If I'm staying home all day I don't.
06-05-2015 18:49 #33
It sounds so vain, but my friend was in a heap after her first baby, so I encouraged her to get up each morning and put some makeup on. She said it helped her feel better about herself and gave her motivation to get off the lounge.
In answer to your OP, I wear makeup everyday. At home it's a lighter foundation and no winged liner, but otherwise the same as when I leave the house.
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06-05-2015 19:21 #34
Work days I'm up at 5.20am. I'm showered, dressed, make up and hair all done by 5.45am. Then I get the kids up and we are out the door at 6.10am.
wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
06-05-2015 19:27 #35
I only spend 5mins doing makeup. Ds will either be asleep or unpacking a cupboard for me. Haha
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