Question Posted Saturday November 4 2006, 10:01 am
OK, here's the deal- I hate wearing blush (so I never do) because my cheeks are naturally pink. A lot of people think that's good. OK, it is. One less makeup product I have to spend time and money on, LOL. But, the problem is- I think they're too pink... should I put brown blush over top to tone it down?
Main reason I ask this:
whenever I laugh too hard (or get embarrassed or hot) jmy cheeks turn really red and warm!!!! And when I excercise my entire face is red which looks realyl horrible because my upper lip doesn't turn red so I have like white spots on a red face.
What do I do to make my face and cheeks stop turning red?
would foundation cover it up?
MelLeDisko answered Saturday November 4 2006, 11:37 am: You can try and wear some foundation to tone your naturally pink cheeks and everything, but when you start laughing and get nervous or whatever, your face is going to turn red ; you can't cover it up. Believe me, I wish could cover up my red face. This happens to everyone ; it's just signs of embarassment and everything, it'll go away.
And especially with exercising. Believe me, my face gets red and sweaty and I look like I just ran 93049304 miles or something and I'm about to pass out, lol.
Whenever you start to feel yourself get embarassed or anything, just start to take deep breaths and calm yourself down and maybe whenever you laugh, look down a bit, that's what I do. I do it naturally, but it also helps hide your red face a bit until you stop laughing and it goes away.
Also, I have this problem for whenever I'm around guys, and I do the deep breath thing and try and not stare them straight in the face until my face calms down, but it doesn't even matter. Cause once I did it, and all the guys find it cute that I get so nervous or whatever around them. So sometimes, it can even be used to your advantage. :)
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