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Clare

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HiYa! My name is Clare. I'm 13. I live in Ireland. :D

Well... I don't have a clue how to work this so... :p

I'm in first year in secondary school. :thumbdown:

I'm on this thing for advice on hair & make-up... But mostly hair... It's a bush! :lol:

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chickie asked:

11 Apr 2009

Can you please recommend a foundation?

I have pale skin with some spots on my hairline so I want light to medium coverage. Thank-you! x

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ihavenoideawhyijointhissite

ihavenoideawhyijointhissite says:

Posted on 11 Apr 2009

lol go find one in a beauty shop

gbpkid

gbpkid says:

Posted on 11 Apr 2009

again, excuse my friend below, he is a prat.

try something liquid like infalible by maybeline (sorry my spelling is shocking rofl), i use max factor miricle touch but it is incredibly heavy cover & expensive to boot.

go into a beauty store & they will usually have someone who can help you to get the best :) xx

chickie

chickie says:

Posted on 11 Apr 2009

Ha Ha. U're hillarious.

ihavenoideawhyijointhissite

ihavenoideawhyijointhissite says:

Posted on 11 Apr 2009

gah!

alicecullen

alicecullen says:

Posted on 12 Apr 2009

if you have spots along your hairline, your hair products such as hairspray or any moisture serum has too much oil in it. I'm sure you will find an increase on the amount of pimples if you switch your current hair products. but in the meantime, you should definately use covergirl trublend! it is oil free and doesn't get cakey like most concealers. first use the liquid and then the powder compact. it gives you a nice natural glow that alot of people like. plus, it comes in all different skin tones! i am very pale to, and i often find trouble finding a good product, but i definately recommend this! (and the good thing is, its cheap too!) you can find this at any drug store.

kayleighandcharlotte

kayleighandcharlotte says:

Posted on 12 Apr 2009

max factor is quite good but it is also quite expensive b-)

baze

baze says:

Posted on 17 Apr 2009

Sephora & MAC have really great foundations. Personally I just stick with CoverGirl. It's cheap & I've found that it works just the same.

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