I would say use a light/mediium powder. If you use foundation. A small amt. of blush. As for your eyes, go for a light base of tan and then a little darker at the crease of your eye. You can also use the powder from your eye make-up as a liner. This way it doesnt' look like you have a lot of make-up on. You still feel as though you have make up on just lighter tones. Myself, and I shouldn''t say this, however if your b/f is controlling your make up now, what else is he going to control later. Just makes me wonder. Please do not let him control all that you do such as eliminating friends, how to dress. Control keeps getting worse, not better. Be careful, you are your own person. Something tells me he iis already controllling more. Step back and look at your situation and ask yourself am I doing for me or him? The answer will come I hope.View Thread
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