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Monday, 16 January 2017

"Urban Decay" - the latest in cosmetics revisited

 

Many North American teenagers go through a period when they think nobody takes you seriously, even if your parents are spending money spoiling you, and there's not much you're good at yet, but at least on a good day you can gross out people you know and, if it's a really good day, adults, preferably parents. Now in your local mall new cosmetic brand Urban Decay seems to get this. What they don't yet seem to get is the real urban decay, the physical effects, that the cosmetics can represent for wearers' bodies. And let's not even get into the issue of the complexions of the homeless forced to live on the street. Homelessness is not good for your health, full stop, let alone your skin. Urban decay is a sign of the times, in more ways than one. If you are looking for cosmetics make sure they're ​harmless, like the ones available from new TorontotheBetter directory enterprise Consonant Skin Care

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