Post # 31
Mine are to get eyelash extensions for my wedding.
Remain at the same weight, as of right now my dress does not need to be altered.
And attempt to get back to my natural hair color and just add a little of blonde highlights for a little bit of color! 😊
Post # 32
Mine is to gain 10 lbs atleast. I can’t gain weight o save my life. I weigh 95lbs and i’m 5’3
Post # 33
–Drop at least 15 pounds which I have also been trying to do for the last year lol
— improve my skin and whiten my smile, which is hard because I love coffee and red wine
— watch endless YouTube makeup tutorials because I am doing my own makeup! I am not a big makeup wearer in general but I couldn’t find anyone in Savannah that would just do mine. Everyone had a min person requirement. My wedding is the last Sunday in April so hopefully all of these are achievable lol
Post # 34
I have already started. Im not letting everything grow in, I couldn’t do that. I’m wierd and I actually really enjoy the act of plucking my eyebrows, resultingly they are veryou thin right now. I have tried in the past to stop plucking completely and I’ve only ever lasted a couple days before plucking out all the growing back hairs. My eyebrows grow at a rate that I can pluck a few hairs every day when I’m just maintaining them. I chose an area in which I’m allowing hairs to grow back and I already have several growing back in those areas. Google said that a heathly hair will come back within about 56 days of being plucked so I have high hopes.
Post # 35
I am also doing my own makeup and have been watching lots of tutorials. I wear makeup everday, but just foundation and eyebrow filler and stuff, I don’t wear eye makeup, so that will be the thing to learn. I haven’t worn eye shadows since is it was considered tacky to wear more than one color on your eye lid at a time, now every beauty guru uses an entire pallet to do thier eyes, so we will see if I can teach myself all that or not
Post # 36
Yeah, I was SO hopeful that Google says they grow back fully within 56-70 days. LIES!
I used to be the same and pluck very frequently, so training myself not to was hard, but I basically told myself NO tweezers anywhere near the eyebrows. The first month is the hardest, it gets easier after that. Believe me, after 6 months they are not even close to all the way grown in, and I didn’t touch them at all for most of that time. I’ve been told it can take a year for them to come back fully, if ever.
Post # 37
Do lip injections count? 🙂
Post # 38
Consider asking your dermatologist for spironolactone if you haven’t tried it already. I’ve been on it since 2011 and had hormonal acne since i hit puberty in elementary school – this is the only thing that has cleared my skin (I’m 28 now). I used that plus Aczone topically which is fairly effective and the only topical that hasn’t dried out my skin. Aczone is a brand medication so the copay could be fairly expensive but they have coupons online!
Info about spironolactone for acne: http://www.medpagetoday.com/meetingcoverage/aad/53310
Post # 39
I don’t want mine to come back fully, I started plucking originally years ago because I had a lot of stray hairs all over the place around my eyebrows both above and below, then I did the thin brows that we trendy years ago and just maintained that since then. I only want to make them a bit thicker and the decrease the arch a bit.
Post # 40
have you done that before? If not be careful, some people react badly to that stuff.
Post # 41
Get my waist back down to 27 inches again.I don’t have a weight problem (in fact., pretty slim), but my waist is currently pushing 30 inches and for my frame, that is not cute. Probably doesn’t help that I just turned 39 so it will be harder.
Got pretty good skin but have not been on top of things as I usually am so have a couple of breakouts to take cAre of