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When It Comes to Beauty Products, What Do You Prefer?
Nov 1 2006 • By
I am most definitely willing to pay for 50 dollar lip gloss. And anything else that is equally as ridiculous. I treated my face so badly throughout my teenage years. Started wearing makeup at 12 or 13. I would sleep with makeup on sometimes, apply it even if my skin/eyes were irritated, and I had this nervous habit of absentmindedly picking at any small blemish on my face until it became a much bigger bloody scab. I didn't even have acne. Any small bump that would appear, I would pick. PLUS I was/am a smoker... Which means less oxygen getting to your skin cells, and faster wrinkles. Translation: I need the best products on the market!
ShimmerBronze--.' THerre are sum things tht are worth paying like 40$ for but somet hings that r not.
a mix...I have learnt that a some things are just a expensive because of the packaging.
I use pricey skin-care products (Biotherm) and I have a mixture of different brands of makeup. My concealer is Wet n' Wild, eyeshadow from Smashbox, lip gloss from Dior...@_@
Skin care products and make-up are the only things I really splurge on. I've tried the cheaper stuff but have yet to find anything I like as well as the pricier stuff.
I used all drugstore stuff in high school/college. Then I used all high end stuff for years (except my Loreal Lineur Intense). Now, I'm starting to come back around to some of the drugstore stuff. Also, there's a line made for makeup artists called La Femme that is SUPER cheap but really great quality. Its hard to find in stores, though. But, its so cheap you can buy different stuff online and its not such a big deal if a color doesn't work out for you.
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