Do you wear makeup? - page 5

I have been wondering about this for some time now! lol Does anyone worry about hair/makeup while in school and at clinicals/on the job? It may sound silly for me to ask, but for me, knowing how... Read More

  1. by   Mandylpn
    If you are very fair skinned as I am, you could put a little self-tanner on your face the night before, it gives you a bit of color and you won't have to wear foundation through the day.
  2. by   PMHNP10
    Quote from theblondeone
    Tom,

    I find comfort in that statement...LOL..
    Not that there would be anything wrong if he did.
  3. by   CseMgr1
    I use one of those all-in-one stick makeups that has the foundation and powder together. I use just enough, so I won't go into work every morning looking like something out of the Body Snatchers. :stone
  4. by   Vsummer1
    Some of the people in my class do, some don't. MY INSTRUCTORS do NOT wear makeup. I took my cue from them.
  5. by   teeituptom
    Quote from psychrn03
    Not that there would be anything wrong if he did.

    Yeah there would be something wrong if I did
  6. by   NursesRmofun
    In the beginning (years ago), I was sort of brainwashed because most instructors said go light on the makeup. So, I never wore any. I do wear some now, but I really don't like it. I wind up smearing my mascara and it bothers my eyes...so I wear minimal make up.
  7. by   NursesRmofun
    Quote from teeituptom
    Yeah there would be something wrong if I did
    ahh, come on! A little blush, a little gloss....LOL
  8. by   teeituptom
    Quote from NursesRmofun
    ahh, come on! A little blush, a little gloss....LOL

    And a little lisp in my voice
    And a wiggle in my walk
    a pierced ear

    all this would probably destroy my Golf game

    I will admit that back in the early and mid 70s I was getting my hair Permed into a "Natural"
  9. by   sbic56
    Quote from teeituptom
    And a little lisp in my voice
    And a wiggle in my walk
    a pierced ear

    all this would probably destroy my Golf game

    I will admit that back in the early and mid 70s I was getting my hair Permed into a "Natural"
    Permed into a natural.

    Now, there's an oxymoron if I ever saw one.
  10. by   NursesRmofun
    Quote from teeituptom
    And a little lisp in my voice
    And a wiggle in my walk
    a pierced ear

    all this would probably destroy my Golf game

    I will admit that back in the early and mid 70s I was getting my hair Permed into a "Natural"
    I bet the makeup might make the golf game interesting....teehee :chuckle

    I agree with sbic56....those perms weren't too "natural" were they?
  11. by   teeituptom
    No they werent
    but it was a sign of the times
  12. by   sbic56
    Quote from teeituptom
    No they werent
    but it was a sign of the times
    I'm sure you had nothing on my hairstle of the 70's. Remember that BIG hair perm the ladies thought was sooo high fasion? Give me strength!
  13. by   NursesRmofun
    Quote from teeituptom
    No they werent
    but it was a sign of the times
    I made a big mistake back then....don't tell anyone (smiles. :chuckle ) I had naturally (real) curly hair that I blew straight a lot of the time. I got a perm! What was I thinking? LOL. I wasn't thinking. :imbar

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