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03-18-2013 09:58 AM
vknyvz she looks like she was beaten by her husband or something
03-18-2013 03:23 AM
chad23 Shut up Meg. "Peter Griffin voice-over"
03-17-2013 11:01 PM
MrKrinkle I honestly cant believe I read this thread I really need to lay off the weeds...
03-17-2013 03:42 PM
jennifer
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Originally Posted by The Deacon View Post
Actually, the point of most makeup is to highlight a woman's features. That's why you "like a little eyeliner". It's why some guys in bands where guyliner. You're caught on that very thick caked on foundation. GOOD makeup, and good makeup jobs don't use that thick crap. Bear in mind that the makeup used on recording sets or photo shoots is not what those people wall around in. The hd cameras and high intensity lighting require it.

That said, there are a fair amount of girls running around that have no idea how to apply makeup. Its like dudes that don't know how to tie a tie properly. If your folks didn't teach you (or google it, now), you wouldn't even know you're doing it wrong.
Exactly right! The correct way to apply makeup has nothing to do with covering up all your imperfections. Someone who knows what they are doing wants freckles and things to show through, so it looks natural and beautiful...not like a caked on mess. The whole point of makeup is to accentuate the beautiful, not so much hide the ugly. Granted...if I have a zit you can bet I know how to cover it up without it looking a mess. lol
03-17-2013 01:59 PM
mixie
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Originally Posted by linvillegorge View Post
post 'em up, I might buy them

all of my shit is getting pretty beat to hell, I need to restock this offseason

will do, probably not til end of next week. Actually going snowboarding Mon-Wed IT"S ABOUT TIME!
03-17-2013 08:35 AM
bamfb2
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Originally Posted by john doe View Post
This thread has made me think of something I've never thought of before. Does wearing makeup on a daily basis make a person look worse with out make up? Like having specific parts of your face be less exposed to sun light could make odd "tan lines" that would distort what their face should look like. Looking again at some of the pornstar pictures I think this may be what I'm seeing. Also the exposure to daily makeup chemicals and cleaning products effecting the look of the skin while naked.
For the porn stars, I think it's getting rorted by 2000+ dudes that does it. Nobody's been able to convince me otherwise that banging to excess makes a girl look worn out. #haggard
03-17-2013 06:50 AM
EvilWilberforce I wear makeup. Then I go around doing crimes and shit
03-17-2013 06:21 AM
Deacon
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Originally Posted by justin8790 View Post
WOAH, maybe that came off wrong or something. Makeup is used to cover imperfections and conceal them. Maybe not "all" need to use it to look good, but the main premise of it is to cover things up. I'm not a woman so maybe I can't understand it being as a hobby or ritual as you put it but almost every girl I've met won't even leave the house without any on. If it's your profession then of course this doesn't really apply, it's your livelihood. And I don't push anything on anyone, you should be comfortable in your own skin with nothing on, period. Few people are actually happy with themselves, again just a general statement don't take offense. My apologies if what I said offended you.
Actually, the point of most makeup is to highlight a woman's features. That's why you "like a little eyeliner". It's why some guys in bands where guyliner. You're caught on that very thick caked on foundation. GOOD makeup, and good makeup jobs don't use that thick crap. Bear in mind that the makeup used on recording sets or photo shoots is not what those people wall around in. The hd cameras and high intensity lighting require it.

That said, there are a fair amount of girls running around that have no idea how to apply makeup. Its like dudes that don't know how to tie a tie properly. If your folks didn't teach you (or google it, now), you wouldn't even know you're doing it wrong.
03-17-2013 01:34 AM
linvillegorge
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Originally Posted by mixie View Post
Klinger, I love you too bro...I got a pair of Volcom mens pants Size L worn twice. You wanna buy em cheap?
post 'em up, I might buy them

all of my shit is getting pretty beat to hell, I need to restock this offseason
03-17-2013 01:14 AM
justin8790
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Originally Posted by jennifer View Post
I find this so incredibily offensive. Some of us do not wear makeup just to "look good" for YOU or any other man. I enjoy the whole ritual of makeup. I am a very pretty woman without the makeup. I do not have low self esteem, I do not NEED it to make me look good. I ENJOY it. So not all women who wear makeup all the time have issues they need to address. Maybe you need to address why it is that you need to push a woman to not wear makeup to please your own idea of beauty.
WOAH, maybe that came off wrong or something. Makeup is used to cover imperfections and conceal them. Maybe not "all" need to use it to look good, but the main premise of it is to cover things up. I'm not a woman so maybe I can't understand it being as a hobby or ritual as you put it but almost every girl I've met won't even leave the house without any on. If it's your profession then of course this doesn't really apply, it's your livelihood. And I don't push anything on anyone, you should be comfortable in your own skin with nothing on, period. Few people are actually happy with themselves, again just a general statement don't take offense. My apologies if what I said offended you.
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