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Kream19 Kream19 26-30, F 14 Answers Nov 15, 2012 in Parenting & Family

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I personally started around 12/13, but it really depends on how you use it and with what intentions.<br />
Fake lashes and lipstick isn't a very good look for a 13 year old... but I think a little eyeshadow and some mascara can be part of a girl's development towards 'woman', for example. :-)

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I started wearing sum in 7th grade

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I started when I was 12, I had to grow up too fast though.

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I began wearing make-up at 5 for dance recitals. But for stage only and never anything else. It all depends on what your child does as far as extracurricular activities. Such as dance, theatre, or pageantry...

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it depends.. My daughter is 11 she wears a little bit of makeup (lipgloss and eyeshadow) for fun when going to parties but nothing during regular days.. And I think that is fine. it had been a different matter if she felt like she had to have makeup because she wasn't good enough without it (and yes there is girls in her class who wears full makeup at school).

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im 29 and dont even know how to put it on...

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That's fine too.. as long as you're comfortable with yourself

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I say if you don't need it, don't wear it...enjoy your youthful, make-up free skin because it doesn't last forever. There'll be lots of years for make-up later..when you're wishing you didn't have to put it on, lol!

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i think your right

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you don't really need make up. girls a beautiful without it

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im getting old

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so? you're as young as you act

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When they can legally drive and start working.

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18. Girls shouldn't look pretty during school. It's too distracting, especially when those boys hormones are raging.

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8th grade

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IN UR 20'S

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im 29 and haven't started yet..

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good for u guy's

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but im starting to need some

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