I go to the pool alot, and I know this is going to sound really stupid, but I don't like to go in the pool because when I do, my makeup gets all runny. I have this "waterproof" mascara thats kind of cheap so it still runs. and I can't find any cheap waterproof eyeliner. I know, your going to say just don't wear makeup. I really like to wear makeup though and I like applying it everyday and it just makes me feel nice, and I want to be able to swim underwater and have fun at the pool without worrying about makeup. So i'm asking, do you think I should invest in this expensive waterpoof eyeliner at Sephora called "Make Up FOrever Aqua Eyes" for $16 and mascara "Tarte Lights, Camera, Splash" for $18? I saw them in cosmogirl. Has anyone ever tried them? You can still answer my question though if you haven't. Thanks!
partygurl24 answered Sunday July 1 2007, 8:03 pm: I know you want to look your best and that I can understand, but let's get real...nobody swims with make-up on, or they shouldn't because what's the point? You can just wear it there and then take it off when you're ready to swim. Reapply it when you're done swimming. The pool is a place to have fun, not for you to worry about your make-up. You can buy waterproof mascara for other personal uses (say if you cry or your eyes get watery and you don't want it to run) but I don't reccomend wearing make-up while swimming :D.
SoccerCutiex3 answered Sunday July 1 2007, 6:47 pm: i think maybe you should try the eyeliner, i've never heard of it. i always thought it didnt exist cuz its going on your eyes so it always wears off. as for mascara, try maybelline great lash water proof. i have it and i really like it. im not sure how well it goes with swimming but im sure its great. its definitely not like $18 for their mascara, its more like 8-10. hope i helped (: [ SoccerCutiex3's advice column | Ask SoccerCutiex3 A Question ]
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