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*runs to the makeup drawer and cake on some dior prestige*

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hahaha. Dior Prestige? from those fakeas$ professors/doctors? Ale, you should know better

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*bathes in YSL Touche Eclat*

the light reflectived pigments soften lines right?

anyone...

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oh yah honey, you see the transition from the skincare threads to the makeup threads.

if you can't get rid of them, hide them!

street: all the dior prestige i have is my old gratis.

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awww...I miss gratis.

I just a call to freelance for a men's skincare line called aMENity.

Anyone familar?

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papi stay on topic before you get smacked

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Opps...yes.

Well as far as antiwrinkle treatments...SKIP La Mer

Its a waste of $$

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street wants GRATIS!

i like antiwrinkle creams basically cause a lot of them are HELLA moisturizing and rich. basically stuff i like to use in winter.

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I find that I get more satisfication from the serums rather than the acutal moisturizers. I feel like when used in conjunction with a moisturizer it works really well.

I'm using the whole Caudalie line right now and am loving it. Thier firming serum works well.

Also, I LOVE this YSL kit

saks.com

I just finished mine and really need to get another one. The pen works like a line filler (similar to restilyne) and the tubes work similar to gylcolics/microdermabrasion

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8pm and i feel the urge of getting under an umbrella
Yeah, it's 6 PM and cloudy here, and I'm considering putting sunblock on!

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I should post a picture of my mother, it's scary. People don't think we're related (oh, how I wish) - she looks 100 years old, and I haven't changed since I was 14

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i believe in preventative measures, using spf and a healthy lifestyle.

i'm only 36 but already i'm seeing some wrinkling under my eyes. i don't look as old as some of my friends because i'm quite baby-faced but my skin condition is not ideal. bad habits (smoking, drinking, lots of sun in my early 20s) and life in general has taken it's toll although it's not bad enough to make me cry because i have been avoiding the sun and quitting the smokes for a few years already.

now i'm getting lasers for my skin, non-ablative, more to stimulate collagen production and to get rid of pigmentation from my beachbunny days. i'm asian btw.

for all those who think it's too late, i've been smoking/drinking/eating poorly forever, there's good news! our skin regenerate so even if you have had bad habits before, if you start taking extra care and doing all the right things, your skin will improve.

and to answer the question of whether someone that young needs anti-wrinkle skincare products, my answer's "no, not yet". save your money for now, use spf and live healthy. some of my friends who did not smoke, drink or party have great skin for their age. then again i don't regret the partying and days in the sun, i only live once and i'm only young once. and i had a lot of fun. now that i'm older, i don't wish to party that much so i'm glad i did it when i wanted to.


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Maybe the amount of time/money we spend worrying about wrinkles would actually put off a bit of our aging. :worried:

I mean, really... how much money and time do we invest on wrinkles? Are we vain?

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I mean, really... how much money and time do we invest on wrinkles? Are we vain?
I have no qualms about admitting my vanity and obsession of wanting to stay looking young and wrinkle-free for as long as possible. All my money goes to skincare and exercise.

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