It's not an easy sitution.. My current boyfriend of a year and a half .. accidentally called me his ex girlfriends name a couple of times when we first started seeing each other and dating.. My name is Stephanie, Steph for short, and her's is Sarah so ours are very alike.. And it does hurt but the thing I've learnt is that you can't get mad or crack. if you act mature about it and say something like "I think you made a mistake, I'm Steph" it shows that your mature enough to just believe it was a slip of the tongue. Wilson's family still sometimes slip up and call me Sarah and I just laugh and say, "you've done it again" no matter how much it makes me sick inside and it really does hurt, I think it's just one of those situations where if you really love them you have to trust that if they're feelings change they will talk to you about it. I agree and conceed that it is one of the hardest things to deal with and to trust, but it has to be done..
Just wondering if anyone else has had any allergic reactions to ELF eyeshadows or eyeshadow primer? I've had an allergic reaction to the skin surrounding my eyes twice now and both have resulted in me in the emergency ward trying to treat the swelling. I'm just curious if anyone else has had any similar issues? Or if anyone knows what ingredient is in these products that i could be allergic to that I should avoid in the future? I've already asked at the hopsital to be desensitised to try and find out what it is and they told me to just use trial and error to solve it.. I was wondering if anyone knew if there is any ingredients in these products that cause allergic reactions in a large number of people? Thanks for your help in advance - Willow.
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