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As we speak right now my poor fiancé (which is the douchiest worst word on earth and I want to punch myself in the baby maker every time I say it.) is laying in bed with a really bad cold, or the flu or something. Our little bulldog is watching him and wearing a face of deep concern. He is probably one of ten people I know right now with a cold or flu, so clearly winter needs to end because I’m over it.
With colds come many beauty concerns like dark circles and a general “waking dead” sort of appearance, but the most lingering is often the chapped nose that results from using your body weight in tissues. It seems like once it starts peeling it just never want to stop. Doesn’t really sound like that big a deal until you realize to cover the redness you have to apply makeup to it, and when you do it winds up looking like old onion skin. Which in turn gives your whole face of a makeup a dry and caked on appearance, which is not cute at all.
So here are a few tips on how to cover it and how to get rid of it.
Getting Rid Of It:
Chapped noses suck, there I said it! But at least if you can make it look less gross you might feel a little better. 🙂
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