L'Oreal Paris True Match Super Blendable Powder
Ever since I was a pre-teen, I've been very curious about makeup. I would research, you know type in "makeup" in google, and try to figure out where I should start. It really seemed like you couldn't wear makeup if you didn't have a good foundation. Once I figured that out, I would make forays into the makeup aisle of walmart, and I would buy whatever foundation seemed closest to my skin tone. I would try it out at home, and it was always wrong. It was always too dark or too light. One day, I thought I figured it out. I thought I had found the right shade for me, went to school proudly, until a friend told me that I looked way too pale and that it was obvious that I was wearing makeup. This was in the 9th grade, and I became very discouraged that I should ever find the right foundation for me. For my junior prom, I got my makeup done by a professional, and yet in all the pictures of me, I look deathly pale, like a ghost! What I am saying is that during my high school years, prime makeup experimentation time, the one time I did experiment, it turned out all wrong, and I never experimented again. And it seemed, if even a professional couldn't get it right, I probably wouldn't find anything right. In my first year of college, I became very close friends with a girl who was always put together. I mean, her mother is a fashion designer (retired now), and her mother taught her everything about makeup and clothes. One day, we went to the drugstore, and she started looking at all the different foundations there were and attempted to match them to my skin. We found L'Oreal True Match Powder, and it really was a true match! It worked! It fit my skin tone, and since then, I've been going wild with makeup. Finding this foundation made me feel better about wearing makeup. Before, I thought nothing would ever work for my skin. After, I felt much better about experimenting with makeup again.
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