I like my ads to look like ads to an extent, but I don’t want it to be over-the-top and obvious. Women should look like women. softening fine lines are OK in regular ads, but I’m more frustrated by extensive airbrushing in anti-aging advertisements, though, since you can never tell the efficacy of a product by the ad.
I don’t think I have, but it’s been a long time since I’ve bought makeup off of eBay and the like!
I try to wear less makeup overall–I stick to tinted moisturizers and cream blushes, and then I set it all with powder. If you keep a blot powder in your bag, it can help freshen up any makeup that’s been hit by humidity, too.
NARS Orgasm–it’s pretty, don’t get me wrong–but Le Metier de Beaute’s Echo does it better, in my opinion!
I regularly exfoliate and moisturize my lips, which helps to keep my lips from cracking–and in turn, it’s not painful to smile! I use at-home whiteners (Crest, Rembrandt, GO SMiLE, etc.) every 4-6 months to keep my teeth white(r).