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2005 Fall Make-Up Preview

Tank tops and shorts are being traded in for sweaters and cargos, and pastel lip glosses and blushers are being exchanged for earthy colors of the outdoors. Find out the make-up trends that are in style for fall 2005.

Eyes

This fall's color palette is rich and earthy, with greens, grays and browns coming out on top. But the hottest color for fall is purple, and here's why you'll love it - from soft lavenders to intense lilacs and burgundies, there's a shade for everyone. For those of ya who are really color shy, ease into the purple by lining only your lower lashes. All of these fall eyeshadow colors will make your eyes pop, so keep things simple by going easy on the mascara.

Lips

While glossy lips are still in for fall, the big buzz is about red lipstick. Red lips bring us back to the '40s, when stars walked the red carpet with red lipstick and a whole lot of glam! Again, for those of you who don't think you can pull off this strong color - you can! With over 4,000 shades of red, it's just a matter of finding the hue that best matches your complexion.

Cheeks

Just cuz summer's over doesn't mean you have to say goodbye to your tan. Bronzers are still a must-have item for fall and can keep you looking "tanned" all season long. It's perfect for girls-on-the-go cuz your skin looks flushed and shimmery, even when you're wearing nothing else on your face. But the real beauty of bronzer is that it can be worn all over your face, as it doubles as a blush and an eyeshadow!

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    TimeToStartOver
    So I have a secret, and it could ruin all of my best online relationships if revealed. I'm not going to say much about it, because it is, after all, a secret. But I'm pretending to be two people at once, so neither one is really truly myself- they both contain different aspects of me. I didn't think I'd grow close to anybody with my second persona, but then I did, and all this mess started. It's been going on for maybe three months now, that I've been pretending to be two people. I don't want to tell anyone, because it could ruin my friendships. But i don't want to keep it a secret anymore, either.
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    I'm going to a new school this year for 7th grade. Its scary because the reviews online say that the kids do nasty things there, and I just want to be accepted for who I am. I want to be the one person that every one feels comfortable talking to..but the issue is, I am shy around people I do not know and it causes me to be an introvert when I can be such a social butterfly. All I need is that one friend and i'll feel on top of the world. How do I make friends and get them to accept me for who I am? The thing that most people talk about is LGBT and to be honest, I have no preference. I could date a boy or a girl. That would make it even harder to gain friends. Please help ;-; I am a potato. A shy potato :3
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      "imtcutiie" wrote: DONT DO IT JUST PLEASE #### #### #### ......... CHANGING EYE COLOR  JUST WRONG   Changing eye color isn't wrong. :^) But, you can't simply change it with "spells" or videos. To change your eye color, you will need to either wear contacts during the day to appear that you have different colored eyes than you truly have, or medically having a doctor perform surgical iris correction.
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    drowning
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