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Added April 23, 2014

Makeup Tips Especially for Girls

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You’re ready to start experimenting with wearing makeup and your parents have given you approval, but you don’t know where to start. While you want to try the newest products and trends you see in magazines or videos, it’s still very overwhelming. Here are some makeup tips especially for you!

Remember that you need to be comfortable in your own skin. Makeup can be about self-discovery: You’ll find what makes you happy and what makes you feel good being you. It can be a fun way to express yourself and highlight some of your best features for the world to see. It’s a learning process and is not something that will happen over night. With a little experimenting, you’ll soon develop your daily beauty regimen.

Soften Your Natural Features
Makeup is meant to enhance your natural beauty. You don’t have to go crazy with lots of it. A little can go a long way. Experts believe that too often makeovers involve lots of makeup and a masking of who you really are. Play up your lips OR your eyes, not both. Also, neutral colors allow you to shine vs. your bright makeup taking center stage.


Make Smart Beauty Buys
Spend your money wisely. Some products are worth paying more for, and some are best to get for a good value. It’s better to invest in staples that are important to your everyday look. Quality matters more when buying eye shadow, moisturizer, foundation, powder, blush, and an everyday lipstick, and less when it comes to mascara, eye liner, cleansers, lip gloss, and trendy lipstick colors. When you're contemplating trying out a new look, make sure you test the foundation, powder, blush, and lipstick to make sure you choose the right color for your skin tone.


Keep A Well-Groomed You
People tend to judge others by the care they put into their hands and their feet. Nothing says well-groomed louder than nails that are clean and the same length. Use this makeup tip: If you polish your nails, change or remove the color when it chips.


Have fun experimenting with these tips. Style is a fabulous form of self-expression. Create your own unique, individual look, and be sure it’s one that allows you to feel comfortable in your own skin.

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Posted August 31, 2011
Dear koolado28, im not a girly girl euther but if u really want ur dad to say yes to the clenser, heres how: first, take him out bowling er somthing, do an activity with him that he would luv to do. second, take him out to icecream or somthing he likes to eat.,third, spend the day with him! make him feel like hez the best dad in the world. I hope this helped! and srry if this iz too long xP Good luk(=
Posted August 23, 2011
makeup i have zits pimples blemishes all over my face but my dad is always saying i dont need it i somtimes wear mascara and i liner i think i can put it on well and make my eyes look good not clowny im not a girly girl tho so my rep... will be all weirdif i wear lipstick and a lot of other stuff the problem that i hav is my blemishes annoying they are!!!!
Posted August 06, 2011
Volleyball<3: I dont think that there is really an age limit on make up but u dont want to wear too much of it or too heavy. It really depends on what makes u feel good
Posted August 06, 2011
Im going into 8th grade and i dont wear a whole bunch of make up. I wear mascara mostly and put on a moisturizer or facial sunscreen as somewhat of a foundation so it wont cause break outs and ill put power over it so it wont be shiny. Sometimes ill wear some eyeshadow along with that but whenever i wear a little make up everybody is like omg you look so pretty. Less is more- look at the people who wear a bunch of eyemakeup and foundation vs the people who wear just mascara and some eyeshadow
Posted August 22, 2011
volleyball<3 I personally don't think your to young. I've worn makeup since 5th grade. It's really up to you and your parents to decide if your all comftorable wearing makeup. It akso depends if many girls in your grade wear it and you feel the need to. The bring that up with your parents too! Hope this helped=]
Posted August 14, 2011
Usually, I don't wear lots of makeup... Only mascara, and cover up when i need it! ;) Ohh wait and chapstick( Does that count Lol;) But yeah I see that I can make me unique with makeup... But girls: Don't put too much on:) Little DOES go a long way! ;)
Posted July 31, 2011
i were makeup and I am going into 7th grade is that to young and also if anyone needs help on make up youtube has a awesome beauty comunete just look up some people like juicystar07 allthatglitters21 beautyxxgoddess macbarbie07 just some that i like
Posted July 02, 2011
girls, i wear make up & im in 7th grade..but i do not wear to much & wear it tastfully this is how i got my mom to let me wear make up.. first i started hinting that cuz my hair is blonde u cant really c my eyelashes after that i started asking my mom on special day like weddings, birthdays in the family, & christmas ect. if i could wear a little mascara & eye liner then one time when we were @ walmart & i was getting some more shampoo i was like hey mom do u think i would get some mascara & eye liner? she said yes as long as u use it nicly if u r in 5th grade or up then u should be able to wear make up if u do it nicly **Twin1234**
Posted July 04, 2011
hey im tried a free trail of proative really works so pimples no a problem. When i was little a girl passsed back a book and it hit me under my eye and popped a blood essel so now its a dark circle under my eye. I just tell people it a birth mark and they are like its so pretty. Im like yeah
Posted July 12, 2011
I figured out to love what was in the mirror then use makeup, for the longest time I didn't wear makeup and when I did people noticed but i occasionally don't wear makeup just to ensure people that I'm still me.
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