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Apply some Aloe Vera to it or Neosporin in case it is red or getting infected.

And the rare case that is swollen, take some ibuprofen or aspirin to reduce the pain & inflammation.

hi sweetie,

I don't want to freak you out but I am 34 & I had never had a normal (regular) period in my life...

Sometimes is great because I don't have to worry about it for months! Sometimes is more like: "ohhh no! you again!!"

Also, if your period does not get regular, I would recommend seeing a doctor. There might be something going on that you need to know or just get confirmation that in fact you are irregular.

I love taupe & neutral colors for dark hair/ dark eyes & tan skin.

I know this is sooo basic, but I like this look because it is also classy:
http://makeup.allwomenstalk.com/makeup-tips-for-olive-skin-tone/11/

Dear Anahi,
I get you. I was the only one of ALL my girlfriends that had to use a bra!
I have been using bras since I was 11! I was 32 C. By the time I turn 14/15 yrs old, I was 34D...

Do not worry. Learn to love your bobbies. You know that there are girls that will PAY to have yours!!!

Just one more thing, it is important that you start investing in good bras. This wont be fast, as it will take a lot of time of "bra" shopping" to find the at least one that is good for your age & brings the right support to your back.

Post another question if you have more questions

I am not a big fan of selfies, but I think you need to have a selfie photo session.
Learn your best angles & those that are not so good.

Do not think you will figure this out right away.
It has taken me YEARS to know what my "best side" and I am still learning. LOL

I agree with both of the girls on the neutral colors. Dark Browns, light browns, tans, taupe & maybe a hit of dark green mixed with dark brown.

I agree, everyone is photogenic. You just need to relax and smile when you relax you look beautiful. I learned hot to be photogenic by practicing. Take pics of you laughing or smiling but DONT do the duck face

The answers above are both good. You need to eat well (clean and lean) emphasizing veggies and protein. And exercise 30 minutes a day alternating aerobic and strength. Pilates and yoga are great for developing your core.

There has been a lot of research on the benefits of intermittent fasting too. This means giving the gut a rest for a short period of time every couple of weeks.
Finally, there is a special concoction of high quality whey protein powder, calcium and fiber that has been shown to reduce belly fat during sleep, this has to be used in conjunction with the above strategies - it is not a miracle solution.
If you would like to speak to a nutritionist, you may email me at billigrossmanrd@gmail.com

No, dear, it is normal for some girls to have larger breasts!

You are totally photogenic! Just remember to smile... Not a fake smile but a genuine type of smile! Stand up straight with your chin up. =)

Blues also go well with green eyes... And kind of taupe color as well!

Go for neutral colors:) dark browns, light browns, tans. It will compliment the green and brown:)

Try using steam to bring it more to a head and soften the skin and open your pores. I would recommend you buy an "extractor from the drug store and use that to gently remove the trapped pus underneath. If you use your fingers, you are risking getting it infected or pushing it further down into your skin. Once you get all the white junk out, clean it really good with peroxide and put some benzoyl peroxide on it to dry it out. Ask the pharmacist to show you what it is and how to use it. They are only a few dollars and much better to use than your fingers. Benzoyl peroxide also comes in a tinted formula you can use to cover and treat it. Don't worry, it probably won't even show in the picture!

Do Pilates. It focuses on your core muscles but tones and tightens all over. And it works pretty fast if you stay faithful to it. It's a great stress reliever too which will help lower your cortisol levels. Cortisol is a stress hormone that when elevated can cause us to gain weight.:)

🔺 If you have recently started your period your periods are gone be irregular or late/early. I know girls who had a periods every 3 months or they wouldn't start in the summer. They will become more regular as you go on.
🔺 But REMEMBER periods are never really regular. Women's cycle lengths vary — some have a 24-day cycle, some have a 34-day cycle. And a girl may notice that her cycles are different lengths each month — especially for the few years after she first starts getting her period.
🔺 But a girl's body may not follow this schedule exactly.
🔺 It's also normal for the number of days a girl has her period to vary. Sometimes a girl may bleed for 2 days, sometimes it may last a week. That's because the level of hormones the body manufactures can be different from one cycle to the next, and this affects the amount and length of bleeding.
🔺 Most of the time, irregular periods are part of the normal changes that can happen when you're a teen. At some point as you get older, your cycle will probably settle into a recognizable pattern. This usually happens by 3 years after your first period.
🔺 It's important to see a doctor if you're sexually active and have missed a period. This could be a sign of pregnancy.
🔺 In the meantime, if your periods are irregular, try keeping some pads or tampons in your backpack, just so you'll have them handy in case your period comes when you're not expecting it.