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    I don't think drugs are necessarily linked, but I think you'd find a strong correlation between some drugs like coke and depression, especially with addicts.

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    Was this woman depressed?




    Sometimes yes and sometimes it's a matter of not knowing what the hell you're doing. Judging from your ex's photo, she appears to be the latter.
    Time is a delicate mistress.

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    My ex was depressed and neurotic. No doubt about it. Her clothes are funky because she's a designer. She pulls it off well here in LA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    I don't think drugs are necessarily linked, but I think you'd find a strong correlation between some drugs like coke and depression..
    And even stronger between Prozac and depression.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    Was this woman depressed?




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    This is what I call "big makeup". She also had "big hair" and "big nails".

    This is not the same as the type of makeup that conveys the depression of the wearer (though I'm sure Tammy Faye did experience depression).

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    Honestly, I find her scary

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
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    I used to wear blood red lipstick when I wanted people to back the heck off of me. It worked.
    tee-hee

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    I've experimented with makeup since I was 13, and yes, I have been depressed before. *shrugging shoulders* I have been told by my sister that she has noticed, over the years, that I seem to wear more dramatic eyes when I am anxious (eye liner). I like wearing the dark eye liner, or rather dark brown eye shadow (always smudged to soften the look, of course!) because it showcases my dark eyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    This is what I call "big makeup". She also had "big hair" and "big nails".

    This is not the same as the type of makeup that conveys the depression of the wearer (though I'm sure Tammy Faye did experience depression).
    Tammy Faye had that makeup on even when she was dying. IMO there is definitely a problem with a persons mind whose appearance is that extreme.

    When I was younger I was very insecure. So much so that I would never let anyone see me without makeup on. I would reapply my makeup several times a day. Today I am much more comfortable in my own skin and can be seen without makeup now and then. Imo I wear it tastefully and on days when I am blue, wearing makeup is a pick me up.

    Edahn I was not trying to bash your ex. She's attractive (and so tiny! ) and as a makeup artist I think she has the ability to look better than she does in that picture. Prior to getting hitched, knocked up and moving to NC I grew up in Miami and worked as a makeup artist on South Beach for years, so I don't think I'm totally clueless on the subject.

    Upon moving to NC I found that woman here don't wear much makeup at all. I had to tone it way down because the Senoritas in Miami liked the dramatic look. I'm not sure if they were all depressed although our DR neighbor did tell us that all the woman in Miami were addicted to Xanax.

    Off topic I know, but can anyone guess this woman's age?

    Time is a delicate mistress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    Off topic I know, but can anyone guess this woman's age?
    Anywhere from 55 to 75?

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