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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where Form 8815 Matures

Instructions and Help about Where Form 8815 Matures

Music, hello everyone! I am doing a new kind of video from me. It's a makeup get ready with me. Over the last year or so, a number of you have asked me how I do my powder foundation when I have dry skin, and you wanted me to do a video showing it. So, I thought that's actually a really good question because we do hear over and over if you're over 50 and especially if you have dry skin, you should not use powder foundation. But actually, it works better for me and my dry skin. But I do do a lot of preparation in advance to make it work for me. I have never been, even when I was younger, a foundation where a liquid or cream foundation. They just didn't look natural on my skin. Partly because I do have peach fuzz, but even still, I just didn't like the way it look. It looked more like a mask on me. And then once I had the dry skin, once I went through menopause, it really, I just don't know how to work. I've tried to work with it. The other thing is when a product is liquid or cream-based, it more easily absorbs into the skin. And I try not to. I don't want makeup being absorbed into my skin very much because even though I'm trying to use the most natural and organic I can find, none of them are food. And ideally, we should only put on our skin what we eat. That's the ideal, it's not what I do because obviously cosmetics are not food. But I do want to keep wearing cosmetics, but I'm trying to do it in the most healthy possible way. And therefore, lip color is absorbed, well...