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Fitness Minutes: (1,511) Posts: 170 10/19/11 10:19 P
Darker lipsticks. Rarely use bronzers and use regular blushers. Also change my fragrance, more spicy or exotic.
Fitness Minutes: (491) Posts: 44 9/24/11 11:51 P
I do everything the same except use more of a bronze blush in summer than pink to look sun-kissed.
"To climb steep hills requires slow pace at first." William Shakespeare
current weight: 149.2
Fitness Minutes: (485) Posts: 30 9/24/11 5:10 A
I try to stay "in season" but still keep what looks good/bad on me in mind. I find winter to usually be "high contrast season" so I use darker eyeliner (black instead of brown, navy blue instead of bright purple), no blush or gloss (but a lot of Blistex and facial moisturizer!), and darker nail colors in colder shades (dark reds/purple). I don't think it's necessary though. It's just one more thing I look forward to during the holidays.
Pounds lost: 26.4
Fitness Minutes: (1,736) Posts: 132 9/21/11 5:13 P
Even as a make-up artist I don't buy anything new, well I do with nail polish. I really find that the palletts that Ulta or Sephora sell with like a million colors are totally worth the money. I tend to usually wear what makes me feel good or goes with my outfit.
"The principle is competing against yourself. It's about self-improvement, about being better than you were the day before"
Posts: 1,769 8/30/11 4:38 P
Sure. I go back to black eyeliner from brown. I also wear red lipstick instead of pink lip gloss. I plan on changing my nail polish colors to darker tones as well.
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*BLC Starting weight 177
*BLC weight goal is 10 pounds
current weight: 172.2
Posts: 7,934 7/28/11 10:32 P
I don't buy different makeup with the season change, but I do wear my makeup differently for each season. I definately wear less makeup in the summer!
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