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No. 93461[Reply]

Farmers, what do you think is more important apperence wise? Youth ( lack of wrinkles/sagging, smooth skin, even tone) or beauty ( nice features, full lips etc).

For example: Would you rather be Bridget Bardot or Kate Moss with some expression lines/eye bags or Sophia Turner with perfect skin?
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No. 100471

>>100409
That's money hon.


But honestly? I think an older attractive women is 100x more attractive than any young beauty. Maybe it's because it's really rare to be that beautiful as you age, or older women are just more confident, who knows.

No. 100534

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>>93706
I have neotonous features but I wouldn't say that I am seen as hugely attractive by others. Most people I think would rank Selena on the right as being more attractive despite the left (her natural appearance) being more neotonous. I do look young for my age but I don't know how that's going to translate as I get older because I don't have very strong features. Maybe my face will just melt into a puddle.

No. 100537

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>>100534
you'll just turn into ellen page

No. 100552

>>100537
Page is a dyke that doesn't take care of herself.

No. 100559

>>100552
What's wrong with being a dyke? And what do you mean by "she doesn't take care of herself"? She looks fine to me.



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No. 89948[Reply]

Okay so I saw a few post about Xander Corvus and James Deen so male pornstars thread? male pornstars thread!

Post your favorite bi/straight/gay male pornstars.

>In pic chad white, he eats pussy like his life depends on it.
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No. 99954

>>99894
that's the real tea

No. 100014

>>99425
>>99438
Actually a lot of male pornstars are extremely respectful of the women they work with - what are you getting at anons…?

No. 100015

>>99425
>>99438
Actually a lot of male pornstars are extremely respectful of the women they work with - what are you getting at anons…?

No. 100315

>>100015
Men in general are abusive and degrading towards women. The porn industry, which profits off abusing and degrading women, will of course have abusive misogynistic men flock to it.

No. 100718

>>100315
Woah, I'm sorry, anon, for whatever a man did to you, but I can assure you it wasn't due to his being a man, but rather his being a human. Men are equally evil as women - badness has nothing to do with gender.



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No. 82463[Reply]

Share your experiences, advice, tips.
What was your cringiest story? Have you had a successful interaction? Do you think dating apps are worth the effort?
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No. 100133

>>100127
It's this scrot making the rounds on the board again

No. 100188

>tfw wanting to hook up with someone but don't want to have my face plastered on an app
>also the fear that if i did, the person i meet up with would think i look either better or worse in my pictures
>or someone i know would find me on the app
the struggles of wanting to remain anonymous

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No. 100201

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i wanna do online dating, but i'm a lecturer at a university. i'm only a couple of years older than the students.

i dread the idea of one of them finding me on OKC or similar and showing the profile to others in the department.

on the other hand, i'd really like to meet someone. it'd be great to meet someone the old-fashioned way through work or friends, but everyone i interact with at work is older and married and my friends are all in relationships and generally only mingle with other couples. any other anons in this situation? how do you work with it?

No. 100202

>>100201
I believe both OKC and Tinder have features where you can approve who sees your profile. Like on Tinder you'll only appear to people you've already swiped right on. You have to pay extra for those features though.



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No. 85755[Reply]

Not sure if this belongs here, or in /ot/…but I haven't seen a thread about glasses, so I thought I'd start one!

I always find it hard to properly style myself with glasses, and I've never felt as cute as other girls. I'm sure some can relate, suggestions and tips are highly appreciated!

>which type of frames do you wear?

>how to choose the best frames according to face shape/overall body type?
>make up/styling tips for girls with glasses
>best hairstyles for glasses wearers?
>cute girls w/ glasses/inspo
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No. 91445

>>91434
Anon are you me?? My contacts are giving me dry eyes so much but i hate taking them out because i have to use my ugly old
Glasses. Might check this site out!!

No. 91447

>>91434
zenni's stuff is adorable, and cheap.

No. 91454

>>91434
How did you fuck your eyes

No. 91459

>>91454
nta but if you sleep in the wrong kind of contacts you can get dry eye, which needs medicine to fix it usually. it makes it hard to wear contacts for more than a few hours. same thing happened to me but it was cause i was homeless…

No. 100035

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Anyone got good glasses inspo for somebody with an angular face? Most of the ones I'm finding seem like they'd make me look like an auntie



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No. 45776[Reply]

The old thread hit bump limit a while ago and I miss it.
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No. 100940

I have blackheads all over my face, nose, cheeks, chin and it looks like I have dirt all over my face I only just truely realised how bad it is, I have no idea how to fix it. Please help. I use to have cystic acne but it cleared up anf its left scars now.

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I suddenly noticed this weird bruise like black spot on my toenail, what is it? It doesn't hurt and it's not infected

No. 101472

>>100940 same. Any advice anyone?

No. 102085

>>101371

Anyone please it's blackish

No. 107711

I have a tragic crease on my forehead and I am just 27. What do I do to fix it? It's deep and the pores around it are huge and pink, if it makes sense.



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No. 99230[Reply]

Hi cows,

How is your relationship with your dad?

Was he a good man? What little things did he do when you were growing up do you remember and appreciate now?

Do you respect your father? Was he a good looking man? Was he a pillar of his community, or an embarrassment to your family?

How did your father affect the person you are today?

If your father was good, why?

If your father was terrible, why?

Daddy general(shit thread)
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No. 99246

>hi cows
jesus christ anon, the only cow here is you kek

No. 99261

My Dad was in the Navy so he wasn't around much growing up. My Mom was almost like a single mother in a lot of ways. She was the one who made food for my sister and I, the one who got us ready for school, who did fun things with us, who disciplined us and was our shoulder to cry on. I started dealing with mental health issues around age 8 and she was the one who got me help and participated in my treatment, something my father has never done. When he came home from being out to sea and tried to assert his authority I almost always felt like "Who are you to tell me what to do? You aren't even around."

When he was around he yelled, cursed, sometimes mocked or criticized me and I remember him punching a hole in my door once. So naturally I didn't like to be around him much. I learned to be quiet and stay out of his way. To this day he's very emotionally immature and seems to have no awareness of his pathology or his impact on others. He blames others, makes hurtful little comments when he feels defensive, and rarely ever acknowledges my accomplishments.

I always felt really jealous of girls who had close, loving relationships with their fathers. I think it's a source of a lot of my mental health issues now. It really hurts to feel abandoned by and like you can never be good enough for the one man in your life who is supposed to love you unconditionally.

I will say that he's not all bad. He's very intelligent in his field, he's funny, and I enjoy doing stuff with him on occasion like going to the movies. But I recently moved out and I can't tell you what a relief it is to be able to relax in my own home and not worry about jumping out of my skin because he's started yelling about something silly.

No. 99264

Stop fucking replying to the robot's threads Jesus fucking christ

No. 99273

So many good memories. He brought me on all my childhood adventures. My favorite memories are going on bike rides with him through trails. Annnnnddd I'm crying. He has always been a great dad, but now we hardly speak, and I'm still living with my parents most days. My family isnt very affectionate, we dont talk about feelings. We just know that we love each other but dont talk about it, and this makes me sad.

I recently found an old poem he typed and printed out, which I assume was written about me when I was a kid. He wrote things I would never imagine him writing. Cringy but incredibly sweet things. It's in my memory box.

No. 99277

>hi cows
Why do you retards take the bait everytime?



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No. 96053[Reply]

Post beauty inspo and some of your favorite hairstyles, actresses, and beauty tips.
No hate to our pale skinned sisters! No racebaiting!
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No. 98800

>>98778
Where the fuck do you think you are? Don't ask for permission, just ask what you have to ask next time.

No. 98801

>>98780
Afro texture hair is usually fine stranded and soft wtf are you talking about? It's generally not that heavy at all compared to my thick stranded 3a/b hair, even with high density.

No. 99127

do any of you live in countries where the majority of people are white? has this affected the way you see yourself and/or your self esteem?

i'm mixed race and don't look like either of my parents'race. i feel like the lack of people who look like me has greatly affected my self esteem? growing up, i never fit into "white" beauty standards which made me feel ugly. people also made a big deal about me looking "different" which made me very aware of my appearance at a young age. i'll stop here before this gets even spergier, but my main question is; how do i get better self esteem when it comes to my appearance? especially when i don't fit into any of the beauty standards that get praised in my home country?

No. 99133

>>98797
Are you legit retarded? It has to do with thickness and density like others have said. And please take a physics class.

No. 99242

>>99127
Look for like-minded beauty you tubers! They give awesome tips on how to love yourself and to take care of your body!



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No. 72052[Reply]

Not trying to force any muh tradwomyn stuff onto anybody, but does anyone else genuinely enjoy home care/cleaning, etc? We can also discuss interior design!

I'm not a mom yet, but I've been going to this lady's site for a few years now because I enjoy her cleaning recipes: https://wellnessmama.com/?s=cleaning

The recipe section leaves much to be desired, but her makeup recipes also aren't too bad. Not even gonna venture making that foundation though.

I'm very fond of those dryer satchels that can be made by sewing some fresh lavender into the pouch. Its a nice alternative to dryer sheets. I also have experimented cleaning with a concoction of apple cider vinegar and tea tree oil. I've found that lemon juice/oil does cut through grease and lavender oil is potent enough to kill staph. Plus, its a great antibacterial and its even used in hospitals to this day. I began to use natural cleaners after I had a bad reaction to bleach fumes.

Also, do you prefer incense or candles?
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No. 97827

prefacing my post with this:

>Not trying to force any muh tradwomyn stuff onto anybody,


but i genuinely enjoy being "domestic" for other people. whether it's for family, friends, or my boyfriend, it makes me happy to help out. sometimes people feel weird that i offer to help out as much as i do, but they're usually always grateful for it afterwards. the motivation to do stuff like cooking and cleaning is just so much higher if it's for other people. a shame since my own home is pretty messy

No. 97840

>>97795
Look at Ikea goods, their products are made smaller than a lot of American ones.

No. 97868

>>97795
1) Make yourself some cute curtains! It's super easy and cheap for small ones. You can get spring-loaded rods so you don't have to drill holes either.

2)Decorate counters with cute jars and things for storage. Maybe some cute towels or small plants too. If you have space above your cabinets you could even go for larger plants.

3)find cute paper or fabric to line the inside of your drawers/cabinets. Not visible, but a nice touch.

4) If it's possible to easily switch out the handles on the cabinets you could do that. Quick way to bring in some color, just make sure you keep the originals somewhere easy to remember.

No. 97874

anyone have a good cleaning routine? preferably a cute pic i can hang up.

No. 99128

I live in a top floor flat with no elevator and plastic furniture I can't replace right now. How can I make my flat and room more girly and pretty?



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No. 94264[Reply]

What's in your everyday skincare/makeup bag? What do you use for your day to day look?

Fashion:
>>>/g/93899
What's in your Bag?
>>>/g/93056
Skincare Thread:
>>>/g/45776
Makeup Thread:
>>>/g/72061
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No. 95555

>>95532
Where did you get that pink face scrub?

No. 95578

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I have a lot of colorful and fun makeup I wear out with my friends and going out, but this is what I wear to work. The Clinique liquid eyeliner is so underrated.

No. 95594

>>95555
The silicone thing? Mine's by Soap & Glory and I got it at Boots, but I've seen near-identical ones at Sephora and Mecca Maxima! (I actually used the image of Sephora's identical one and hue shifted it to make it look like my S&G one, oops)

No. 95661

>>95594
Thanks! I love face scrubs, it's relaxing

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I don't use a lot of skincare products anyways, since the two items I have work fine



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No. 72084[Reply]

What are your favorite perfumes/body mists?

My go-to is Coco Mademoiselle. I've also harbored a longtime attachment to Love's Baby Soft as it was my first fragrance I was bought as a child. My mom got me Wind Song when I was little and I couldn't stand the smell. I've wanted to experiment with making my own perfume. The scent that I hate the most is freesia and I can't believe how much its used in fragrances.

Has anyone tried the Sailor Moon perfumes? Much of their anniversary merch seems to be all hype.
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No. 98318

>>98314
Ahh thanks for the link anon I hope they ship to Australia. This perfume is very nostalgic to me.

No. 98321

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I don’t wear a lot of perfumes and when I do, I like to use spiced or woody scents. This is the daily one I use. I would love to have an incense scented perfume for special occaisions instead of resorting to body spray every time.

Honestly stalking this thread because I don’t even know where to start when looking for perfumes. Some I’ve bought and worn don’t mesh well with my body chemistry, so I kinda gave up.

No. 98430

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>>98050
Check out Guerlain's Aqua Allegoria line, there's a lot of citrus scents in there. I've been using their Mandarine Basilic for a couple of years and I love it. Though, I've heard that it's staying power varies greatly depending on your skin. It stays for a whole day on me, but other people said it's gone after a couple of hours. You gotta test them to see if they work for you.

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>>97710
I hope so too anon! It's my favorite. My mom gave it to me when I was 16 and I've been using it ever since. It's always on my wishlist for christmas and the bottle will usually last me a year

No. 98733

>>98321
If I were you I would turn to the classics for what you're looking for. You need Opium, Youth Dew, Tabu, Maroussia, Cinnabar etc. Maybe you'd even like CK Obsession.



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