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  1. It varies depending the area you live in and the location you work. The Estheticians I work with make anywhere from $600 - $3000 a week. Huge gap there but the high end is someone who has a HUGE book *clientele* and has a lot of education behind her & she works her ass off. It's not a froo froo job, you have to cater/service to people's every whim and have a great technique and be very knowledgable.
  2. My Madame B Face MAC NW20 applied with MAC Foundation Brush MAC Metamorph on lid MAC Meadowland in crease and outer V Mac Fluidliner in Iris Eyes MAC Fibre Rich mascara in UV MAC Sunbasque on cheeks MAC Flutterby on lips
  3. Just popped in quick to say hi! Hope ya'll are doing well. I'll try to get back on later tonight
  4. I'm the youngest of 4, two sisters and one brother. I was pretty much terrorized by all of them from one time or another. Examples: They once dressed me and and sent me out trick or treating, it wasn't Halloween One of my sisters used to hate taking me for walks so she would hold my hand and run as fast as she could, I'd fall, cry and want to go home. We usually had a great time growing up but those two things still bug me! LOL
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  6. Hey! Yep, Dermablend is about the best you'll find to cover tattoos. Dermablend was originally manufactured for burn victims and people with large birthmarks on their face. That stuff will cover anything! btw, where is the tattoo? Originally Posted by FacesbyNiki Help! I've been booked to do a wedding this saturday. I had my consultation with her today and she tells me she wants a tattoo covered. I don't know what kind of body make up to use. Could someone help?! I was told to use Dermablend? Is that any good.
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  8. Yikes! Just keep hydrating your skin. You're right, its sounds like you've stripped your *what they call* acid mantle. Sometimes a skin cream or some type of skin care solution can even cause a dermatitus (sp) It sounds like that may have happened. Just keep it moisturised with a simple moisturiser. If you have access to Eucerin, try that. You can find it at most drug stores. Good Luck! Originally Posted by donnamaryuk My skin is acting very strange and its dry with blocked pores around the chin. I got this great Gatineau stuff , you mix a sachet with some liqued and apply with a brush for a deep cleanse . Its supposed to de clog pores and give you a really zesty clean skin. Thats fine apart from my skin is now resembleing a dried fig and is seriously dehydrated and sore. I have stripped my face of all its natural oils and now , whatever i apply, its not working. I have tried everything so has anyone got any ideas please ? or am i hitting the menopause early ???????????
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  10. My saving grace too! Originally Posted by shoediva yeah, it got that too!!! thats the only thing I look forward to when getting my monthly friend- the fact they fill up a bit LOL
  11. Great info Diva! Now how about some lack thereof boob talk! Originally Posted by shoediva It's not easy finding that perfect bra, read along some great tips to finding that perfect fit.... Seven steps to the perfect bra No more poking, jabbing, sagging or snagging By Linnea Leaver Mavrides Oh, the bra -- symbol of both the bounty and the burden of womanhood. Our brassieres support us from dawn till dusk, lift us up when we're down and help us appear perky when we're feeling flat. Then they proceed to stab us in the back (or the side) when we're not looking! Bras may be a necessity, but as women know all too well, a good one is difficult to find. According to BareNecessities.com, a lingerie Web site, 70% of women wear the wrong-size bra. Beat the odds! Don't settle for the painful, imperfect or just plain unflattering. "Finding the perfect bra is about taking the time, going to a place that knows what they're doing, being relaxed and trying on plenty," says Jackie Hill of the New York City bra boutique Lingerie and Company. Here's our seven-step guide to finding the right bra for you. Ditch the department stores. If you want a bra that will fit and last, "Go into a lingerie shop, not a big megastore," says Hill. "People in department stores aren't trained to fit bras. They're just there to sell them." Get your stats. It's good to go bra-hunting with a band (number) and cup (letter) size in mind, so you at least know where to start. To get these measurements, you need a tape measure and possibly someone to assist you. For band sizing, hold the tape measure around your rib cage, just below your breasts. If the number is even, that's your band size; if it's odd, round up to the next even number. To determine your cup size, measure around the fullest part of your bust; from this, subtract your band measurement. Each inch of difference equals a cup size. If the difference is one inch, you're an A cup; two inches, a B; three inches, a C; four inches, a D, and so on. Keep in mind that your size may change over the course of your life due to weight fluctuation and pregnancy; remeasure yourself at least once every two years. Ask for advice. Even if you think you know your cup, size and style preference, be open to a trained professional's opinions about how your breasts look -- and how they could look better. Take it off! Got a boob problem you're too embarrassed to share? Whether you're frustrated by sagging, protruding nipples or simply smallness, get it off your chest so you can get expert advice. The fact is, saleswomen have heard it all before -- and seen it, too. Stop thinking twice about being topless in front of a stranger and let her help you! Among the most common complaints Hill hears: "I need uplift," "I'm too low," "I want cleavage," and "I want my breasts to be farther apart." There is a bra out there to solve all those problems, but you need to get someone to point you in the right direction. For example, for a perkier chest, Hill recommends lined bras from brands such as Chantelle, Wacoal, Lejaby and La Perla. Try and try again. Measurements aren't the be-all and end-all. "Numbers don't mean a thing" when it comes to how a specific bra is going to feel and look on your body, says Hill. You can't just walk in and grab a bra off the rack; trial and error is vital. Once you find one that fits like a dream, why not buy a few so you can be comfy and curvy every day of the week? Be picky about fit. According to the lingerie Web site Herroom.com, a well-fitting bra will sit level in the front and back and will not ride up. Also, your breasts should not bulge out over the cup or under the band. A new bra should fit on its loosest setting, since you may need to tighten it as it stretches from wear. Underwire bras should rest flat against your breast bone and not jab you anywhere. Herroom.com offers this test for fit: With the bra on its loosest setting, ask someone to put her hand flat on your back beneath the bra's hooks, then turn her hand 90 degrees away from your body (so only the side of her hand is touching your back). Her hand should be very firmly wedged, and she should not be able to pull the bra farther away from your back. Pay up. The hard truth is that higher-quality bras tend to have heftier price tags. Many common complaints, such as underwire pain, are due to poor bra quality, says Hill. Consider bra-buying an investment in both your breast health and your mental health.
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  13. The debate will be on tonight and I thought this might make it a bit more interesting. Here's the debate drinking game: Drink One Sip If: Anyone says "terrorism" Anyone says "Halliburton" Anyone says "flip flop" Anyone says "Saddam Hussein" Anyone blames "the media" Anyone mentions their own military service Anyone says "September 11" One candidate interrupts another candidate Drink Two Sips If: Bush says "cut and run" Kerry says "W stands for wrong" If either candidate talks past their time limit Kerry brings up Bush's "Mission Accomplished" moment Bush mentions Crawford, TX Anyone looks at the wrong camera Anyone whips out "evidence" Anyone says "Osama bin Laden" Anyone mentions blogs Anyone invokes the hurricane sympathy vote Anyone mentions "North Korea" Kerry mentions Bush wants to reinstate the draft Everytime you see anyone wearing the yellow "LiveSTRONG" bracelet Finish Your Glass If: Anyone in the audience gets dragged out of the auditorium Anyone in the audience gets off an unscripted question Bush mispronounces any word or name Anyone says "Osama bin Hidin'" Anyone uses a sports metaphor Anyone attempts to speak Spanish to pander to Latinos Do a Shot If: Bush mentions the deficit Bush accuses Kerry of being "French on terrorism" Kerry accuses Bush of being a pansy for avoiding Vietnam Bush admits he made a mistake ("miscalculation" counts) Ralph Nader shows up insisting on airtime Finish the Bottle If: Anyone challenges anyone to a duel The moderator rips off his mask to reveal his true identity is Karl Rove
  14. I feel so bad for y'all I hope everything get back to normal for you both real soon. *punches hurricanes*
  15. Originally Posted by candy WOW, what a beautiful eye. So dreamy. Beautiful color too.
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