By zitgirl - 14/02/2012 14:14 - United States
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That sucks. :/ I hope you find a way to fix it. By the way, 22 years of perfect skin. HOW did you do that? :O
Oh it can happen, some women get acne towards their adult years and are totally acne-free as teens or at least get milder cases (I'm 18 and I have never gotten a zit on my cheeks). That doesn't mean just because you had minor acne as a teen that you're gonna get a crazy amount as an adult. To the OP, get concealor, the kind that comes w/ shades of yellow/purple/green and of course one that matches your skintone. When used correctly, it blocks out the red completely.
I don't believe this one... You actually pay money to buy green concealers which cancel out the red of acne. You just put your normal foundation on and the green goes away. Plus, surely you just wash your nose really good and the green goes? The mask isn't made of glue, you know. If its true you don't know how to wash ;)
You know, guys don't care as much about spots and zits as women seem to think. I always see FMLs and statuses with people freaking out that they have a spot or something (I actually don't, but it happens in the movies and hey, when have movies ever lied to us?), but if a guy has agreed to go out with you, he won't give a shit that you look identical but with a little spot. Seriously, girls in general should stop worrying SO much about their appearance. [/fairlyignorantsexistanstereotypicalcomment]
Masks can irritate pimples...since it was last minute, you should've used a bit of rubbing alcohol on a Q tip. It works much faster than any other method and it disinfects. It isn't too late, hope you read this in time.