Michelle
...feeling happy Michelle @michelle1021

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Speaking about Kim Kardashian: she uses make up to hide her P. Do any of you do the same ?

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Chris
Chris @Chris70

Last time I commented on this a few I guess alpha males had a go so.........no comment


Steve
Steve @cartermac13

No, I do it with my clothes :)



Chris
Chris @Chris70

I was meaning when my face was really bad



Glenn
Glenn @glenn

Not me, I'm all for 95% exposure 😊 As ive said before, why hide it, dont be embarrassed, flaunt it.
I have to hide 5%, dont want to get arrested πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚


Chrisb
Chrisb @chrisb

she must use a lot of it cos I had no idea that she had P !


Clint
Clint @NJClint

No makeup can hide that booty...


Jill
Jill @jilliemac

Clothes are my cover up....


Lynn
Lynn @lynnb366

NEVER, that’s just disgusting!


Heather
Heather @heather0611

I’m sure she also gets top of the line medical care for them as well.
I used make up on some spots as a kid but not anymore. Make up isn’t good for our skin. Plus my face is very clear. My problem areas are ears, elbows, and calves although I’m pretty clear at the moment.


Erica
Erica @Eri

No I won't. First thing I do is scrub my face when I get home from work, then the bra and shoes go, hair in a pony tail. I can't stand the feeling of foundation, used to cover up because I was teased a lot about my freckles as a child and young adult. Looking back I wish I had more self confidence back then to just don't care about strangers and what they think. Your loved ones will accept you anyway. Work is the issue, if you work with the public etc.


Jen
Jen @jen1984

I love freckles. As a little girl I always wanted them because my best friend had them. And I loved Pippi Longstrumph.


A
A @millionways

I am litteraly dancing in my bikini. (I am on a holidaytrip) No way that I ever would want to put make-up over the p.
I just put on a little make-up on my face, when I feel like it. I do not care what others think, but I do want to feel good about myself.
I also think its okay when others do, if they feel good with make-up, why not?
By the way, It would be to much hassle.


Rosey
Rosey @sue2023

I do when eyes are so red ,first soften scales with Vaseline,next take/rip scales off,ouch,then have a light foundation one layer to cover up the red and it actually calms eyes,chin,face so yep as it's better than being a glow in the dark red lol


bernadette
bernadette @bernadette3

Yes I use it on mu legs


Glenn
Glenn @glenn

Erica, its great that you have the confidence to flaunt about in a bikini πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ I have spent most of my working life in amongst the public. The biggest issue isnt the public, it is us, whereby we lack the confidence wondering what others actually see. So far, nobody has painted a cross on my door or stood ringing a bell yelling unclean πŸ˜‚
I have found the majority of the public might look, but are not bothered by ps. Those that are curious, generally ask and discuss. Back in the 90's my ps was horrendous, it was everywhere, but it was never a barrier. I used to enjoy swimming and regularly flaunted my ps at the pool. It was here that my confidence grew, I was just another person among many enjoying themselves. Moral of the story for all is, climb over the barriers and enjoy life, it is not as hard as you think 😎


Glenn
Glenn @glenn

Slight correction, it was millionways in a bikini, but hey ho, old age is a funny thing πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


Rosey
Rosey @sue2023

Hard when ppl make comments every day,easier for some harder for others,just saying


Rosey
Rosey @sue2023

Guess it's how bad you are,an elbow ,or a knee,yep show the world,all over forget it,brings u down,severe sucks


Glenn
Glenn @glenn

Unfortunately Sue, there will always be the minority of the population that react negatively and use comments towards something they dont understand, basically they are covert bullies. I suppose I have had an advantage being in the Fire Service and not many want to bully a 6'4" 18 stone lump, even with words. I have always thought of that adage "sticks and stones" and when met with negative comments I tend to plonk myself amongst the negative and strike up a convo πŸ˜‰ But thats me, I do understand where you are coming from and I wish I had a solution, because comments can be hurtful ☹


Michelle
Michelle @michelle1021

Wise words Glenn. I found the older we get the more we dont care about what people say or think about our P. I still look good in clothes and should I show my P, well this lady can still do what clearskina and do if not better. :) keep it positive! Personality is for the intelligent not for the shallow.


A
A @millionways

Jep, still dancing in my bikini 😁. It is not small spots I have. They are emphatically present. Still there is nothing I can change about that. I also can not change what other people do, say or think. I do not even know what they think. I do have my pride and dignity. I do get hurt sometimes, but no way that it will take a way my freedom. I am still a happy person.


Michelle
Michelle @michelle1021

That's it girl! Freedom I'm P and confidence! Proud of you! Let's show them our colors. Let's be happy. Love it


Sarah
Sarah @sarahuk

Not me! Tried it once, made it look worse!


 john,Hulk
john,Hulk @chewbacca

I used to use alphosyl cream when it was available, not now,that used to mask it up to a certain degree, i used to put it on thick to hide the redness of P, if sweated though the cream would run and the red P would show,


Nicola
Nicola @Nicky

I Only know Alphosyl shampoo and always use it


bernadette
bernadette @bernadette3

I wear foundation on my legs whrn I wear shorts like on hols there is no perfume in it it is hyperalengenic not a great speller



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