By Polygon staff and BuzzFeed Staff WriterIf you’re going to spend time with friends and family in the early hours of the morning, you should be ready to wear whatever makeup you can.

And if you’re like most people, you’re likely wearing it anyway.

In fact, the average person is likely to be wearing makeup at least once in their life, and it’s not because they’re trying to appear more stylish or more attractive.

But makeup can make a huge difference in how you look and feel, and its effects can be very damaging to your health and well-being.

The first thing you should do if you have a concern about your makeup-related health is to get it checked out by a dermatologist or an ophthalmologist.

It can help you determine if your skin is at risk for problems, and whether you need to see a dermatological specialist or opt for a professional who can help evaluate your makeup before you go into the doctor’s office.

If you’re worried about your cosmetics or your health, then you should seek help.

But if you don’t need to worry about it, it’s better to just go ahead and wear makeup for the time being.


Don’t Wear Makeup If you have acne or other acne-related issues, there’s no need to rush to get makeup done.

If your skin has acne, the first thing to check is to see if there’s any risk of it getting worse or if you need more treatment.

It’s also important to note that not all makeup causes acne, so you should always check with your dermatologist first before buying a new foundation or tinted moisturizer, which can make your skin appear more irritated.


If You’re Having A Bad Reaction to Makeup Cosmetics can cause acne, which is a very common problem for people with acne.

This condition is known as acne-induced hyperpigmentation, or acne-pigmented skin, and while it’s common for people to have acne-prone skin, people with a milder form of the condition, known as eczema, are not affected by the same kinds of issues.

But even though makeup can cause skin problems, it can also help mask your acne by making it harder for it to flare up.

In general, it makes acne go away.

You may find that the acne goes away if you wear makeup.

If it doesn’t, though, your skin will probably get worse, which means it’s time to get more active in your diet, exercise, and other ways to manage your skin’s acne.

Cosmetics should be worn in moderation, though.

If makeup makes you look stressed or irritable, stop wearing it, because that could mean your skin may be more susceptible to the effects of other things, including certain medications.

If someone is having acne-type reactions to your makeup, then it’s best to stop using it and try to find a better solution for your problem.

You might want to seek treatment first.

If this doesn’t help, you can always call your dermatology or ophthalmology doctor or ask for a referral.

If that doesn’t work, you may need to go to a dermatologists office for further testing.


Wear Your Makeup Only When You’re Really, Really Sick It’s okay to wear make-up when you’re really sick or injured, even if you think it’s okay.

This is a good thing.

You’ll be less likely to get an allergic reaction from your makeup if you do it when you really need it, and the allergic reactions will also lessen as the makeup wears off.

It also won’t hurt your skin or cause irritation if you get the allergy after you stop wearing makeup.

However, it may help you feel more comfortable with the makeup on your face if you use it frequently, since it will reduce your need to use it.

But don’t worry if it doesn: The more makeup you wear, the more it can irritate your skin and make it worse.

If a doctor recommends that you wear more makeup to look more attractive or make yourself look more healthy, don’t be afraid to wear it.

Wear it even when you are sick or very dehydrated.

The more you wear it, the less it will irritate and make your face more irritated and it will make it easier for you to avoid getting allergic reactions from it.

If possible, wear your makeup at night or when you aren’t feeling well.


Never Wear Make-up In Public While you can wear makeup at work or at home, it should be a no-no to go out in public without it.

People should be aware that people who are not careful and don’t wear makeup in public are at greater risk of getting an allergic or allergic-related reaction, and this can be a very serious problem.

While it’s tempting to think that wearing makeup in the office is a way to go “out” and have fun,