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i forget exactly what type of coconut oil you should get (organic, fresh pressed, etc etc etc ) but that is the coconut oil that i was led to by my research
there might be a better/cheaper one out there though
technically the ultimate in valuable words would be like, organic, cold pressed, virgin, non gmo, non hydrogenated but honestly they're all about the same lol
as for tinted moisturizer or what ever it is, my only other minor concern would be fking up your skin, girls that wear makeup all the time develop very ugly unhealthy skin, dunno if using this most days for a couple years straight would do some significant damage.
It's too early to say anything definitive, but I must say I am very very impressed with tinted moisturizer thus far. It's like a subtle photoshop (it gives your skin a smooooth look). I'm on mobile but I hope to post the link to the product I ended up purchasing later.
Here's the one I got. There are a slew of shades. Basically, you put it on, and you can't feel it or see it at all. No smell; it's just a minor improvement to your looks. That's the whole point of this site anyway: you getting a little better in as many facets of your life as you desire.
Huh, I didn't know that wearing makeup is such a big deal, it's either that or having acne that degrades my face by quite a bit. If girls can improve their looks so dramatically, it's unfair that guys can't do that too.
I think it's worth trying out. I'm thinking about doing Cleopatra style black eyeshadow. Personally I'm a sucker for girls who rock that style too.
Edgy only works because 80% of the population still thinks (wearing x) is gay. The whole point of looking edgy is to advertise that you are not like the unwashed masses. It's about exuding 'I don't care what you think', thereby implying 'I'm cooler than you', without coming off as trying too hard. The implied strength and courage to think that must be why chicks are attracted to 'edgy'. The problem is more and more people are getting tattoos. Earrings for guys are becoming more common, rings too. Granted, the growth rate is not something we need to be worried about - it's not going to become 'uncool or passe' overnight. But it pays to understand the big picture so we can stay ahead of the masses.
If you say "accessories are okay, but makeup is gay", you're no different from the unwashed masses. You're just a follower jumping on a different, smaller bandwagon. Hell, you even lose your cool-non-judgmental membership card.
With this rationale, I think it's perfectly acceptable to put on makeup. It's just that you have to take care not to come off as trying too hard.
Just tried a tinted moisturizer BB cream thing for the first time today. My skin has gotten worse over the past week, had a couple breakouts (probably because of my diet). Here's what it did:
- makes skin noticeably better, smoother, more even colored. It's kinda like putting a subtle instagram filter on your face.
- works well with my facial hair, which is just longer than stubble.
- over any dry or flaking/peeling skin, it looks like total shit. Be warned.
- made breakouts look slightly better, but not much.
- IMO it took my skin from a 5 to a 6-7.
- smells like sunblock (it was SPF 15)
- doesn't look like you're wearing makeup at all
I have average skin, and it made it look pretty good. If you already had great skin, it'd probably make you look amazing.
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