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Old 2010-08-08, 15:50   Link #141
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::edit:: Okay I looked up veneers, and that's not what I'm talking about. I mean something more like dentures, but a type that you can wear if you have a set of teeth in your mouth.
But dentures require you to have almost no teeth anymore. The problem is space and stability. Your own teeth consume space. Something that wraps around them would appear thicker. In order to be stable it must be a lot thicker. And its not something you can buy in a store, since teeth or rather the layout of them in the mouth is very unique for each and every person. Someone would have to create a custom crown that covers all your teeth (I'ld estimate the costs at a couple of thousand dollars).
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Old 2010-08-16, 15:47   Link #142
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Has anyone here ever heard of the Straight Perm or the Japanese Perm? It turns your hair straight. I'm thinking of getting it so that I can have the fringe I've always wanted without having to relax only a part of my hair, and so that my hair will be low maintenance. I don't like taking care of it, it is very high maintenance now because I want to keep my hair length XS. It's always just broken off all my life, my hair never got past my shoulders. Has anyone gotten the perm?

::edit:: And also, my hair is completely virgin - no perms, no relaxers, no colors (permanent ones or rinses). The most I've done to my hair is gotten a hot comb job and a subsequent flat iron job to make loose curls (I don't consider this as viriginity breaking, since a quick dip in some cold water and a blowdry will completely revert my hair anytime, and the process only involves heat, no chemicals at all except curl holder and moisturizing spray). My hair is about eight inches, very healthy, no major split ends.

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Old 2010-08-16, 20:31   Link #143
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You don't need hair to be a werewolf, just get a tattoo on your arm, take your shirt off, and you are done. If somebody inquires what you are, say that you are a werewolf who can only shift at a full moon. Problem solved!

No that sounds stupid, I want to dress as a werewolf, not some guy with no shirt. To do that I need to grow lots of body hair, like Michael J. Fox in Teen Wolf. Also, a tattoo sounds a little too permanent for a Halloween costume lol. What if I want to dress up in a costume with no sleeves in the future? I would have to always incorporate the tattoo into my costumes. That would just get repetitive.
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Old 2010-08-17, 18:53   Link #144
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Lately I've been forming dark circles around my eyes.

Could someone tell me how to clear them up?... I'd appreciate it.
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Old 2010-08-17, 18:57   Link #145
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What have you been doing lately? Because I've been trying to get those, but the last guy in here with that 'problem' didn't have any helpful advice.
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Old 2010-08-17, 19:21   Link #146
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Lately I've been forming dark circles around my eyes.

Could someone tell me how to clear them up?... I'd appreciate it.
Depends how you got them, which is generally either vitamin deficiency, allergies, hormones or sun exposure. Stress and not sleeping enough make them more visible.

Stereotypical as it may be, the cucumber thing actually helps. Otherwise, specialised creams, I guess.

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What have you been doing lately? Because I've been trying to get those, but the last guy in here with that 'problem' didn't have any helpful advice.
..?

Don't sleep (makes you paler so they're easier to see), stare at computer/television screens all day and don't eat enough vegetables. Try and get hay fever?

Or you could just get someone to punch you, since they are, essentially, bruises.
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Old 2010-08-17, 19:25   Link #147
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Don't sleep (makes you paler so they're easier to see), stare at computer/television screens all day and don't eat enough vegetables. Try and get hay fever?
Ok, I already have all that covered. (besides the hay fever part) but I'm not pale and I don't have cool natural eye shadow. What am I doing wrong? If possible I would like to get really pale again in time for Halloween so I can dress as a vampire. I've changed my mind about werewolves, they're not really that cool.
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Old 2010-08-17, 19:47   Link #148
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It'll probably hurt, but if you keep rubbing your eyes really hard it'll eventually bruise them.
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Old 2010-08-17, 19:49   Link #149
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Will that also make me paler?
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Old 2010-08-17, 19:57   Link #150
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Probably not. Have you considered becoming anaemic?
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Old 2010-08-17, 20:02   Link #151
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How do I do that? Does it take longer than 2 months? Because I need to get paler by that time.
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Old 2010-08-18, 03:03   Link #152
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What have you been doing lately? Because I've been trying to get those, but the last guy in here with that 'problem' didn't have any helpful advice.
I won't give you advice that makes you ugly less beautiful.
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Old 2010-08-18, 22:39   Link #153
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Lately I've been forming dark circles around my eyes.

Could someone tell me how to clear them up?... I'd appreciate it.
Light surgery, get the recommended amount of sleep for your age group. Makeup is a short term cover-up.

@Gin Why do you want to destroy your face? Dark circles are obvious signs that you aren't taking proper care of your body and that you've let your face fall into such a state of disrepair (unless dark circles are hereditary in your family, which they aren't).
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Old 2010-08-19, 03:00   Link #154
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Light surgery, get the recommended amount of sleep for your age group. Makeup is a short term cover-up.

@Gin Why do you want to destroy your face? Dark circles are obvious signs that you aren't taking proper care of your body and that you've let your face fall into such a state of disrepair (unless dark circles are hereditary in your family, which they aren't).
you guys are weird lol. Eye circles are cool. Why do you think they make eyeliner?
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Old 2010-08-19, 03:00   Link #155
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I wouldn't call what I'm doing 'disrepair', you know.

Though I do get enough sleep... albeit at the wrong hours.

So how do these cucumbers work...? Anyways thanks. I think cucumbers or specialized creams will work. I'm not really intent on going outside that much so I think they are good alternatives.
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Old 2010-08-19, 04:46   Link #156
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you guys are weird lol. Eye circles are cool. Why do you think they make eyeliner?
So that you can emulate the effect without having to deal with actual skin problems?
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Old 2010-08-19, 12:34   Link #157
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No its so people can mimic those lucky enough to have natural eye circles. Same reason they make hair dye
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Old 2010-08-19, 12:59   Link #158
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^Your obviously not a girl Gin or else you would know that eyeliner is not supposed to mimic the dark circles that can form around the eyes. .

That being said, the dark circles are formed either from blood flow problems under the eyes (the skin around the eyes is very this, so when excess blood flows through the veins around the eyes (due to allergies and the resulting puffiness, or smoking too much which worsens blood flow; or, the tried and true method of sleeping little and eating sparsely)) or from pigmentation problems (too much tanning, eczema leading to itchiness around the eye, and all-around chronic inflammation can lead to the darkening of the skin around the eye). Neither method is easily replicable and some are actually genetic.
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Old 2010-08-20, 02:29   Link #159
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you guys are weird lol. Eye circles are cool. Why do you think they make eyeliner?
Then let me tell you one thing. When you have eye circles they are definitly not looking the way you want them (the darkness bleeds too far into the cheekbone region - that would be washed out/wet eye liner runing down your cheekbone - very beautiful indeed :P). Thats the whole problem with your beautifying logic.
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Old 2010-08-20, 06:00   Link #160
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No its so people can mimic those lucky enough to have natural eye circles. Same reason they make hair dye
Okay, now I see you're just wisecracking. In that case, yes.
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