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I don’t think I’ve had any friend or family member tell me this. I suspect that to some degree, sure – perhaps the most believable would be around the eyes because you may be pulling, tugging, or otherwise touching an area much more than you might if you never wore makeup. If you’re gentle, you know not to use a lot of pressure or pull and tug at your eyelid. Then again – maybe because you wear eyeshadow, you remember NOT to rub your eyes during the day!

— Christine

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Sometimes I do, but it’s not usually borne out of a motivation to make it last longer!  More often, I do it to change up the color of the eyeliner or to give it a gentle fade/smudge by using something in a similar shade.  On rare occasions, usually with the water line, I’ve used a similar-colored powder to set.

— Christine

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