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Isabel Tierany




11 Jul 1973


ok, so i lost my partner and i let myself go real bad, but from this moment its time for a change and to find myself learn about me and what i can become, but most important to be more feminine out with the baggy over tired clothes and in with the new, but where to start? well only trail and error

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isabel38 asked:

03 Jul 2012

where to start

ok where do i start with make up clothes hair and everything else, its been some yrs since iv thought about me as a person, who likes to be pampered wear nice clothes, and feel good about myself and advice would be fantastic

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neonsrt says:

Posted on 04 Jul 2012

I would recommend for makeup maybillnes fitme foundation,M.a.c concealer,maybillnes stiletto lash mascara,a neutral eye shadow pallette ,a neutral natural pink,and some black eye/brow liner.for clothes I would recommend looking at places like new York and company,charming Charlie's,charlette russe,Dillard's,Macy's,Nordstrom,and birlingtons coat factory.For your hair I would recommend a bob with a pitch of volume and a side bang.and to keep your skin healthy and beautiful Id recommend loreal 360 sensitive wash,apricot facial scub,emu oil,and witch hazel.for the body peppermint extract soap and st. Ives lotions. I hope I helped . :)


silence_ says:

Posted on 04 Jul 2012

Awwh, you look great and youthful :) .. If anything, I don't think you need to worry so much about makeup.
I can see some sundamage, so I'd suggest you visit a sauna (with an exfoliating soap bar) and you go to the derm and get a lunch peel (these are mild peels that'll fix away sun damage with no down time) one example would be a lactic acid peel , or even a salicylic acid peel. I say to do it at a derms office, but really these can be done at home if you follow directions closely, time yourself and then moisturize. I've done a lactic acid peel at home with 40% strength and did it once every 2 weeks. I think finding time to go to a sauna, even if with a daughter or a sister, or any other family member. It'll relieve stress and really after all you've gone through, it would be great. I think you only need to steam if anything, those are usuallly around 25$ for the day and for peels prices vary, but i'm not sure if they fall under specialized services in the UK

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