Thursday, September 17, 2020

Kansas City Make-Up Tips For Masks

For our 2 & 1/2 lady readers and only because this kind of attention to detail is amazing and part of why we love women.

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Face value: masking up our problem areas

Face masks are now a lifestyle norm. However, masks have created an annoying scenario for many who now suffer from botched makeup and mask acne. With masks being an essential part of life for now, beauty routines have had to change for many.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...


If you have problems from wearing a mask you don't have to wear one. Look at George Stephanopoulos he had cut a big hole in his mask. Whats good for him is good for us.... right?

Anonymous said...

Wait til they get a load of me!

Anonymous said...

Masks Don’t Work: A Review of Science Relevant to COVID-19 Social Policy

Anonymous said...

DEAR ABBY,

My friend is a Communications/Journalism major, but posted multiple mistakes in her short bio that runs with her articles. Should I tell her? Please advise in your column, because I know she reads it. Thanks
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Abigail Higginbotham (UMKC ‘21)

Abbey is a sophomore at University of Missouri - Kansas city studying communications emphasis in Journalism and minoring in English. In her free time, she can be found coffee shop hoping around Kansas city, watching vine compilations on YouTube, or spending all her money at Sephora and beating her face to the gods.
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Face value: masking up our problem areas
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Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO:

I'd tap that.