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hollie warne

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hollie_hearts asked:

06 Jun 2010

make up help!!

ok

im a 15 year old girl in year 10,grade 10 etc.

i am in a bit of a situation where i am not allowed

to wear make up.only mascara and a bit of gloss thats about it

people do normaly say put in on in school or whatever but take

make up wipes with you,doesnt that look a bit suspiciouse (excuse my spelling).i cannot take the make up into school cuz i get my bag checked

and well ill be grounded.i am not allowed to straighten my hair,it is just past my shoulders and i am tierd of sticking it up in a messy bun 24/7.i have a boyfriend and i want a variety of looks because he likes girls with unique taste etc.my hair is like a ms hoolie out of balamorie style (if you do not know what i mean it flicks up like wlel loads at the ends).

if you can help me at all i will be soo thank full :)

thank you a very distressed holllie :)

(by the way i suffer with the ebglish weather)

i have posted a picture which could hope fully help but i look rather rough and they are not my sunglasses :)

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lorii_grace

lorii_grace says:

Posted on 08 Jun 2010

I know what it's like to have crazy obsessive parents. xD and therefore I know all the tricks in the book.

first of all.. it's stupid to do your make-up at school. other people look at girls like that and they're usually.. not impressed.

second of all, it's easy to tell that you're not the kind of person who would look good with anything other than natural-looking, minimal makeup, so relax. you shouldn't bother worrying about it.

third of all.. if you really want to wear make-up.. you have to test your boundaries. exercise your rights. you have a right to the freedom of expresing yourself. go to an extreme for a month, wearing crazy like.. emo make up and backcombing your hair... and your parents will loosen up.

honestly, it works.

think of it like this: if you want a puppy.. ask for a horse first :) know what i mean?

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 07 Jun 2010

i know you can buy clear mascara and actually use it on your fly aways to try and keep your hair smoother near the parts



you can actually take a small brush and use your mascara as eyeliner but don't try to make it too thick just try and fill in between your lashes well this will make them look fuller and i don't do my bottom lashes



i love tinted lip glosses like burts bees wax in watermelon.



also i like covergirl's eyeshadows i actually like using golden brown tones for a natural look.



ps if you use liner and try to wash your face afterward "LINER IS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO GET ALL OFF" so i would reccomend if you want to do lipstick and eyeshadow stick to lighter colors cause darker ones are harder to get off completely. and you can just bring those travel wet wipes with you i think charmen makes a type in travel size that's suppost to be for cleaning up easier either after you use the bathroom or after eating and stuff.

wendysdaughter

wendysdaughter says:

Posted on 06 Jun 2010

First of all... Why do your parents have all these rules?(Or is it your school?) Not to be disreseptful but really? Any way, my sisters would do there makeup on the bus, or you could go to a friends house to go to school in the morning and "actcidently" leave your bag there. I have no idea advice to give you, I started playing with make up when I was 12, my mom said not to wear it out side until I was 13. I did any way and she didn't see as a big deal.



Now about the hair, you could go to the salon and get a Brazilan Blowout,

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 08 Jun 2010

this is actually pretty common you were just very lucky your parents were very lenient with the hair and clothes they allow you to wear.

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