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    "Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety. Other women cloy the appetites they feed; but she makes hungry where most she satisfies."
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    MAC, The Body Shop, Urban Decay, Revlon, Maybelline
  1. For me, the following have really helped: 1. Using a cleanser that does not contain SLS (It dried out my face and caused eczema outbreaks) 2. Applying the correct amount of sunscreen (1/4 tsp) every morning 3. Using a retinol eye cream morning & night (I had the very faintest fine lines beginning to form underneath my eyes) 4. Taking fish oil/omega 3 supplements everyday
  2. I love Physicians Formula! Cover Girl Aqua Smoothers is pretty good too. I use both.
  3. Originally Posted by emily_3383 I havent tried it. Im so mad i spent $3 on that Carmindy thing, its such garbage. lol OMG! I bought the same thing and it was garbage as an eyeshadow primer. (I'll stick to TFSI and UDPP thankyouverymuch!) BUT...I did find a good use for it. I used it in place of a lip erase/lip primer before applying lipstick and it did a pretty good job. It lightened my lips so the true lipstick color was able to show...and last. =) Not a total waste.
  4. Thanks for the post! I've never been one to shell out big bucks on a CHI straightener (or any other expensive brand) at full price. I have two straighteners, both of which work really well for me...and were less than $30 each because I purchased them at Marshall's. I have an Ionika Cruise Collection 1'' tourmaline flat iron and a Cortex 2'' tourmaline Wet 2 Dry flat iron. I snagged these at Marshall's for around $24 each. Imagine my delight when I went home to look up the brands online and found that the Ionika retails for around $80 and the Cortex a whopping $130! I've been using my Ionika everyday for months now and find that it works just as well as my bestfriend's CHI. Ladies, if you're looking for a good straightener, I would suggest scoping out your local Marshall's and/or TJ Maxx first! You just might find a killer deal. =)
  5. I have an Ionika/Cruise Collection straightener that I got from Marshall's for about $23. It works like a dream! It's really cute too -- pink and black zebra print. After I bought it, I looked it up online and retails for about $80-$90 so I think I got a really good deal. =)

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