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19 hours ago, Benji C said:

I went out to dinner for my mom's birthday she wanted me to dress up a bit so I decided to wear my blazer that I haven't worn in a while... I gotta say I felt pretty confident all night which is saying something for me cause I'm usually pretty self conscious...

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I like the blazer, nice shape and color for you.

 

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1 hour ago, Bri2020 said:

I’m getting good at this makeup thing!

 

That IS a good job. You look great and I can't tell what you did. Jealous!

 

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1 hour ago, Jackie C. said:

 

That IS a good job. You look great and I can't tell what you did. Jealous!

 

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 Very well matched Sephora powder foundation, just enough to even skin tone. A purple blush lightly blended in. Gold eye shadow and Clinique black mascara. Then a dash of pink sparkle lip gloss.  10 minutes tops. Oh. Then spray with a setting spray so it lasts the night 

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Sephora around me doesn't carry clinique. I had to get mine from Ulta. My skin is kinda sensitive. Really need to practice more.

 

Still jealous. ?

 

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Macy's  has been my go too for some things like primers and foundations.

Eye makeup has to be hypo allergenic tho' which is a pain finding sometimes.

I have a Mary Kay rep that comes by and she and her husband have some great skin care products.

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Bri you look fab and when you can apply make up and look like you are wearing very little  you have mastered the art of make up !! very impressive indeed.

Love the dress too, just perfect.

 

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Lovely! The scarf contrasts perfectly with the dress while it also picks up the red shades in your hair. You look ready to dance! (Unless doctor's orders say otherwise.) Subarashī!

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On 9/23/2021 at 1:53 PM, Bri2020 said:

 Very well matched Sephora powder foundation, just enough to even skin tone. A purple blush lightly blended in. Gold eye shadow and Clinique black mascara. Then a dash of pink sparkle lip gloss.  10 minutes tops. Oh. Then spray with a setting spray so it lasts the night 

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This is my work makeup. I work outside at altitude so I like the BB Fresh to protect my skin. 

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Baseball caps are in fashion for me today. And maybe singing "Sweet Caroline" for the WooSox. My first mass crowd in 2 years. A big win for the last days of summer. 

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@Kasumi63Love the whole look!

 

Heading out to a Transgender meetup with about 50 transladies and CDers at a pub close to the city tonight.  I got my first paycheck at the consignment store so....new dress for the event tonight. Calvin Klein snakeskin bodycon with some diagonal ruched thing going on.   First time out with this group. I picked this out so as not to get noticed....yea, as if!  lol

 

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2 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

I picked this out so as not to get noticed....yea, as if!  lol

I notice the great dress, I notice the great nail color, but mostly I notice the happy smile—it lights the world.

 

— Davie

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5 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

 

Heading out to a Transgender meetup with about 50 transladies and CDers at a pub close to the city tonight. 

50?! Wow! I’m envious! Even in the GID group I’m in, there’s only a handful of transgender women, and because of the pandemic, we haven’t met for a couple of years. You’re rocking that dress, by the way!!

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13 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

Heading out to a Transgender meetup with about 50 transladies and CDers at a pub close to the city tonight.

 

Oh hey, I did that last night too. We were in the garden though, so WAY too cold for a dress. Two members wore one anyway and I respect their ability to sit in the cold like that, but I bundled my butt up like a sensible person. I didn't wear anything special, just jeans and a t-shirt (under a sweatshirt, under my pleather jacket), but I still had a blast.

 

Love what you're wearing @Bri2020! That dress really compliments your new curves!

 

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I got my souvenir Mackinac hoodie. I saw other one I really wanted but thought the rainbow unicorn may have be a little to much “on point“. 
 

 

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1 hour ago, Elizabeth Star said:

I saw other one I really wanted but thought the rainbow unicorn may have be a little to much “on point“.

 

You NEED the rainbow unicorn. Search your heart. You know it to be true.

 

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