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anyone know this style of makeup? Anonymous 10110[Reply]

I see this type of eye makeup alot of pinterest usually of white slavic girls. Ive been trying for months to figure out what this style is called so i could find tutorials on it but nothing ever give this look a name.
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Anonymous 11290

You could find similar results when searching for "grunge makeup"

Anonymous 11306

I always called it the "cried for 3 hours" makeup.

Anonymous 18928

I love the straight eyebrow look so much, I wish. Mine are so arched.

Anonymous 19445

already have this look naturally, lol

Anonymous 19447

Screenshot 2023-11…

>how can makeup be racial


Fitness general Anonymous 2106[Reply]

Old thread seems to be locked.

>post fitness related questions

>share your workouts, goals, inspiration etc.
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Anonymous 19054

that was me lol.
tbh cc already has this thread, /fig/ would be too fast for this board. the discord for the general is still alive but i don't run it

Anonymous 19358

I'm back with an update! I've started working out according to Pam's beginner routine in her app. I don't know how effective these workouts will be, as they are short and rather low intensity. The plans in her app also don't include warmups and cooldowns, so I manually add little 5 minute ones before and after. If you would, could you maybe check them out and tell me whether they're a good place for me to start with?
I've only been doing them for 3-4 weeks, but I'm honestly looking forward to these workouts! When I'm doing them, I sometimes can't fully keep up and that makes me feel a little bad, but I believe it will get easier and so I keep going.
Sorry I went on a little tangent with this, I just can't wait to finally feel myself getting stronger!

Anonymous 19412

What's the best time during the day to workout? I usually do it in the morning, but today I did it in the afternoon and I feel different - better, I think? But I see all the fit girlies working out first thing in the morning, and some sources I read said it's best in the morning for burning fat. Does it actually matter?

Anonymous 19428

The best time to work out is the time you'll do it. If you're not a morning person, and you keep missing your morning workouts, then any advantage to working out in the morning is negated.
Sleep is important too though. If it disrupts your sleep later, then it's not a good time either.

Anonymous 19444

anyone else here have experience with building chest muscles (as female ofc). i love benching because its just really fun, but as i've been browsing more fitness influencers profiles i want to build visible pec muslces too. is this only possible through getting very low bf%? symmetricstrength.com says my strenght is 'sufficent level' on bench press and incline benchpress.


Big breasts thread Anonymous 11662[Reply]

Who here /titcow/?
There is a small breast thread, so I thought we could make one too to discuss our ailments/blessings.

>Do you like having big breasts?

>Would your change your breast size? Have you ever considered surgery?
>How has it affected you growing up? Any bad experiences with moids? Any nastiness from other girls?
>Has anyone ever made assumptions about your personality/character/libido because of your breasts?
>Do you consider any types of clothing a no-no because of your breasts?
>Any favourite bra brands or types?
>Any perceived advantages?

Also don't forget to self-check for lumps. Goes for our itty bitty sisters too.
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Anonymous 18953

I'm not a titcow tier maybe not big enough to post idk.
>Do you like having big breasts?
Yes and no. I think big breasts contributed to my scoliosis, back pain, and asymmetrical body but it's not as bad as it sounds as they are not massive like some anons ITT. I also look stupid because of how top heavy I am because of my breasts, I would honestly look much better flat. I also am not looking forward to dealing with sagging tits in the future. However, I also like squishing and playing with my boobs because they are fun and soft, boobs can be fun to have so I have come to like them now.
>Would your change your breast size? Have you ever considered surgery?
Now no, but I used to when I was a young teenager for a short period of time.
>How has it affected you growing up? Any bad experiences with moids? Any nastiness from other girls?
From when I was 11-17 years old I would wear sports bras almost exclusively so they were flatter and wouldn't move freely like with a regular bra. I also wore oversized shirts and sweaters, or jackets to further obfuscate them and I was a hunchback too. I have been stared at before. There was one time when I was 13 I was felt up by a little kid as he shouted "MELONS!" when he groped me and whenever I remember that I laugh because it was so random it was silly to me be but he definitely needed to be wrangled by his mother to prevent future pervy antics.
>Has anyone ever made assumptions about your personality/character/libido because of your breasts?
I don't think so?
>Do you consider any types of clothing a no-no because of your breasts?
I don't know what fashion style it's called but I think some skirts and dresses with straps and suspenders, like high waist suspender skirts I can't wear I've tried one of those before and my boobs wouldn't let me. I also hate wearing tight long dresses because I hate the body shape it accentuates as my boobs makes me look fat.
>Any favourite bra brands or types?
I like Asian brands. Idk what type they are or called but they're all the same for the most part. I've worn a few western brands before but I really didn't like them because they weren't comfortable for me but Asian bras are more comfortable for me, fit my breast shape well, and provide more support for them andPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

Anonymous 19023

>Do you like having big breasts?
Overall, yeah. I personally like the way they look in form fitting clothing. I can't go braless though
>Would you change your breast size?
No and no
>How has it affected you growing up?
I've always worn baggier clothing up until hs and my breasts aren't big enough to be noticed in baggier clothing so no harassment from moids or jealousy from girls
>Clothes that are no-no for me
I'm at a healthy bmi with a larger bust; generally speaking, a lot of women's tops fit too tight around my breasts
>Any favourite bra brands or types
This is an unpopular opinion for some, but I actually like Victoria's Secret bras
>Any perceived advantages?
If I wanted to, it's easy to get attention from men. My bf likes them. I also like how they look in a bikini

>dad called me a whore at 15 for wearing a tanktop
I had a similar experience when I was going through puberty. I was slutshamed into putting a shirt on at a water park by my grown ass dusty brother. These are the same men that don't wash their ass

Anonymous 19028

>Do I like them
I do, I think my body is nicely proportioned.

>Bad experiences

I hit puberty kind of early and once my boobs got bigger I wore a bright purple hoodie every single day for a year while I was at school because I felt like everybody was looking at me. I even had an older female teacher point out my hoodie one day and I never knew why she would do that.

I owned few bras growing up and wore bras I grew out of for way too long because anytime my mother brought me clothes shopping I was too shy to say I needed bras, and I felt bad at how expensive they were. It never even penetrated her brain that I had outgrown the need for a training bra and needed to be taken to the store until I spoke up because the training bras stopped fitting.

The girls never minded me but I was standoffish and didn't engage in much drama. I always thought my sister was jealous but I didn't give a shit if she was.

Some boys of certain persuasions would try to ask me out because of my boobs but I always turned them down in an absolute manner and they never bothered me more than once. As an adult people don't bother me about them. I just don't wear low cut tops out unless it's really hot. I know men will look and if their mush brains perceive me as inviting it by wearing certain clothes then they'd be more likely to cause trouble. Unfortunate but that certainly won't change.

>Would I change my boobs

I never thought about getting them reduced. Back pain is assuaged by posture and keeping fit. As for augmentation, no. I'm personally against body mods and especially fillers. It's best to accept what you have and work with it. (I know some people have extreme circumstances, they can do what they want to themselves.)

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Anonymous 19045


I used to really dislike it now I feel pretty neutral
Honestly no, I used to seriously consider breast reduction surgery but I decided aggainst it as it would be expensive and the idea of going under the knife scares me
Oh yeah I've always had to deal with moids being disgusting and the occasional but of jealousy from women, you get used to it after a while tho but u remember having big boobs as a young teen and being treated like a sex object by filthy cumbrained moids
Oh yeah loads of people have assumed I sleep around or something just because of my cup size lmao
Tbh I'm very autistic and prefer baggy clothes regardless I try to avoid low cut tops because otherwise a lot of people won't make eye contact
I like Freya and fantasie but tbh I usually stick with sports bras as they comfier
Eh not really, they're fun to stim with I suppose

Anonymous 19388

>Do you like having big breasts?
yes and no. for me the only good part of my body are my breast imo. but they look nice in certain types of clothes, like form fitting. i look terrible and fat in baggy shirts and dresses though.
>Would your change your breast size? Have you ever considered surgery?
i've considered surgery but i wouldn't go through with it bc surgery scares me. but id change my breast size to a c
>How has it affected you growing up? Any bad experiences with moids? Any nastiness from other girls?
they developed very quickly. by the time i was 12 i was around a c cup. and yes people stare, its disgusting especially if its from someone you dont like
>Has anyone ever made assumptions about your personality/character/libido because of your breasts?
most people think i'm stupid so i guess yeah
>Do you consider any types of clothing a no-no because of your breasts?
tube tops and strapless bras.
>Any favourite bra brands or types?
victoria's secret push up bras are the best and most comfortable.
>Any perceived advantages?

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eyebags Anonymous 19349[Reply]

how do you get rid of these?
I've had them for half of my life and barely even notice them. But sometimes when I do I get aware of how creepy I look. My eyebags are basically the biggest ones I've ever seen and even pics on the web don't come close. They are wide and blue with some blue veins being visible on the left and some red veins on the right. It's not actually a bag in that it hangs or is fatty, it's just the color.

Self help sites recommend sleep and low stress but I've had both for at least two years now and it didn't change a bit. Any recommendations please?
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Anonymous 19391

Undereye filler or a lower blepharoplasty, most likely filler will sort you as blephs are saved for 50+ women. Friends have had good results from filler though, do your research and find someone good

Anonymous 19394


Under eye cream for dark circles.

Anonymous 19401

There is a chance you may have a sleep disorder Nona. Get checked for sleep apnea.

Anonymous 19413


Do you have allergies? They could be allergy shiners.

Anonymous 19426

I have these too and i haven't found a way to get rid of them, but what i do is 'colour correct' the purple undertones, yellow cancels out purple afaik. get some yellow colour corrector and apply concealer over that.


plastic surgery Anonymous 19411[Reply]

has anyone here gotten plastic surgery to fix their insecurities?
>what did you get done?
>did it actually help you to feel better about yourself?
>was it worth it?
>do you notice a difference in the way you're treated?

Anonymous 19466

Got a nose job last year, been wanting it since i was 12 years old.
> Was it worth it?
Honestly, no. The recovery process was really hard and I recommend you to not get it if you're not %100 percent sure about it.


eating disorder thread Anonymous 4629[Reply]

eating disorder thread - its time for another

do you have an eating disorder?
which one?
are you attempting recovery?
how long have you had it?
what caused it?
how does it disrupt your daily life, if it does?

i have a purging disorder.
i kind of want to attempt recovery sometimes, then i see something like my crush looking happier talking to another girl thats skinnier than me, i think about how much better i could look/how i could compensate for my stupid ugly fact, and i think about the comments my dad gives me when i 'eat bad' even though im 19 bmi/skinnier than him (hes overweight, i think.) ive had mine since i was 13. i was a fat child growing up because my parents didnt know how to feed me, and instead of giving me healthy food they just called me fat/made fun of me. it disrupts my daily life heavily because i cant eat anything without purging after, and it just ruins my mood and has disrupted my health. ill be devastated if i go up 0.1 a pound
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Anonymous 19340

I feel the same thing.
I've been trying to recover from anorexia for a few months now, but I'm falling into the cycle once again.
It's a never ending nightmare.

Anonymous 19347

Half of you arent even anorexic and are just on a regular diet for your body type but you like the attention

Anonymous 19376

>do you have an eating disorder?
>which one?
used to be ednos, then bulimia, now just ednos again
>are you attempting recovery?
not at this moment
>how long have you had it?
more than 10 years
>what caused it?
so many little things that culminated in the idea that if I was thin, I would be successful, I would be loved, I would be praised, I would be accepted, I would be acknowledged, etc
>how does it disrupt your daily life, if it does?
any time I go through a low period in my life, it's there to hold my hand

Anonymous 19377

Can you point out the posts you're talking about?

Anonymous 19406

do ed coaches still exist? its so hard to stay consistently motivated and i don't want to get social media


Anonymous 9263[Reply]

Do you guys like nails?
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Anonymous 13902

Yes! I can speak from someone who has weak, thin peeling prone nails who has been able to grow them to this >>13780 length and they are the healthiest they have ever been, though I’ve never been a nail biter so I can’t speak on that.
I use rimmels nail strengthener & sally handsons maximum growth base coat. I was not blessed with strong nails so nail strengtheners are god sent to me. I ALWAYS have my nails painted, if I make the mistake of leaving my nails bare they would simply break the next time I have to use my hands.
Cuticle oil is important because it makes your nails flexible so they are able to bend without snapping off, I apply it daily.
I use a glass nail file since they are supposed to be more gentle on your natural nails. I file them fortnightly or whenever I have a small rip/snag in my nail. only file in one direction don’t go back and forth. When your nails are wet they are at their weakest, so after a shower or washing dishes it’s important to be aware of your hands. My last tip is to have patience, you can’t make your nails grow faster you can only avoid breaking your current growth. :)

Anonymous 13933

Do nail strengteners really work for any of you? Like they do work, they make my nails harder, but instead of tearing like paper, they become so hard and inflexible that my nails start breaking like crisps instead, if that makes sense?

Anonymous 18460

a year late but I use castor oil (or any thick oil) on my nails, and use the warmth of my thumb to rub it in. maybe your nails are too dry?
>they make my nails harder, but instead of tearing like paper, they become so hard and inflexible that my nails start breaking like crisps instead, if that makes sense?
try moisturizing your nails & cuticles, not using nail polish remover, wearing gloves when washing dishes or cleaning and cover your nails with clear polish to prevent cracking

Anonymous 18461

I meant to add: take biotin supplements

Anonymous 19393

I love to watch people doing acrylic nails, so satisfying.


Au Naturale Anonymous 19392[Reply]

Any recommendations for natural beauty products? Makeup, skincare, shower products. I find that natural soaps are the only ones that don’t dry out my hair


Skincare General Anonymous 431[Reply]

Post your skincare questions, routines, recommendations, rants, raves, product recs, etc.

I'll start with my routine that's finally working for me:

Thayer's unscented witch hazel (as a toner)
COSRX Oil-Free Ultra Moisturizing Lotion
CeraVe AM Facial Moisturizing Lotion

Pond's cold cream cleanser
Thayer's witch hazel toner
Cosrx BHA Blackhead Power Liquid (leave on for 15 minutes)
Oil cleanse with mineral oil
Remove with Pond's cold cream cleanser
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Anonymous 19282

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>fine wrinkles are showing up on the side of my mouth and my skin is starting to feel like sandpaper
is this normal for a 24 yo or do I just have shit genetics? And is there anything I can do other than using retinol and sunscreen?

Anonymous 19357

I started using it in September but without a prescription. So far it makes my skin look more plump and smooth in certain areas but my jaw is covered in what I think are sebaceous filaments. I have some on my cheeks as well. It sucks because I’ve never had any acne on my cheeks or jaw before trying tretinoin. I’ve just been hoping it’ll be worth it in a couple more months

Anonymous 19380


Is there anything I can do to make my feet look pretty?
My feet looks quite old, a bit loose and wrinkled when compared to my hand or other parts right now. I've tried applying moisturizer hoping it was just dry skin, and a bit of aloe vera gel for a week but no use.

Anonymous 19381

i dont kno if its th same for feet but i wipe my legs and the ball of my feet with some glycolic acide before moisturizing and they feel softer and less rough

Anonymous 19384

>glycolic acid
Hmm… I'll give it a try.

My feet looks like wrinkled plastic bag I feel so old when I look at it.


Pubic hair Anonymous 3508[Reply]

Do you shave everything, trim it? Have you gotten laser?

I want to keep my vagina as smooth as possible but that's not easy with a razor
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Anonymous 19294

It's a lot easier to get it professionally waxed, and safer. I started going to a Chinese lady for bikini waxing after I had to go to the ER for surgery on a golf ball sized cyst from an ingrown hair on the front of my lower pelvis that was so painful I could barely stand going commando in oversized sweatpants, sitting down, or bending over. The surgery was even worse because they stuck a needle in the cyst with a numbing agent that did not relieve the pain from the incision at all. They had to give me laughing gas because I wouldn't stop crying and squirming.

Home waxing kits are pretty shit and hard to do on yourself because waxing is super painful. Easier to have it done by someone else because they don't feel your pain so they don't hesitate.

Anonymous 19310

How do you people treat your hair when wearing swimsuit? Mine are growing on a very visible area of my inner thighs. Or it's better just to wear long shorts for bottom swimsuit and let it be it

Anonymous 19311


Most of the time I just let it grow out, but trim it around the labia so it doesn't get messy when I have a period. Every once in a while I want to check for poppable ingrowns or blackheads (I have dermatillomania) so I buzz it bald.

I was one of the first girls in my class to visibly hit puberty (or so I thought), and for years I was very ashamed of my body hair. I would shave it every single time I showered, and I would often be so itchy that it would bring me to tears – not from emotions, just the physical discomfort alone. I'm glad I don't do that anymore.

Anonymous 19312


I have a boyshort style bikini set that I got for that reason, but the legs roll up anyway. If I need to hide it, I shave and apply anti-inflammatory stuff like witch hazel or tea tree cream.

Anonymous 19361

How do yall get a smooth cooch with nair? I tried it once but it only removed some of my hair. I ended up going in with a razor after to get rid of some patches. But then it ended up burning like hell.

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