That comment you made about the first makeup sets that you got that had brushes already included in them is actually how I got my first makeups too. I actually began to wear makeup at the age of nine (which in your standard may seem a bit too young. I’m guessing that you grew up in the 70’s or 80’s). My first eyeshadow palette was one by Covergirl which idek where it is. I began to wear foundation/pressed powder more recently, about Christmas 2017.
Yeah, you're probably right about the age being too young in my standard but I also feel that it's something that parents can decide on. Some might think it's too young while some might think it's the right time. I also believe that some people's customs might play a role in certain things as well... :)
Yeah I was a kid of the 70's and 80's era. I started high school in 82 which was when I started wearing make-up to school. My mom did put some make-up on me for special occasions when I was in middle school. She would put on the foundation, blush and some lipstick on me as that is what she had. She wasn't into the eye shadow/liners though.
Now when I started middle school in the 6th grade, they started having weekly clubs that was on Friday's that was scheduled towards the end of the day. I want to say that when had our last class that it was shortened so that we could go to the classrooms that had our club in that we signed up for. My club was of course a make-up club that I chose so that I could try out the make-up.
thanks so much for all the info you provided me with after I posted my comments about getting badges and all. It's working so far and I should be an actual member soon thanks to you and @rosemow help. you are wonderful! have a great day and happy simming!
You posted on my wall and while I appreciate the attempt, I understand the rules for posting, my point is those rules are more hurtful to this community than helpful. And there are no easy way to talk to those in charge about that.
If it's fair and equal yet in no way stops people from participating in the community, then how can they be hurtful?
While I don't agree with them in principle; for myself, I don't see how it can be more hurtful to the community than they are helpful. I don't like that they had to be put in place yet it takes but a little participation in the community by the new person, the requirements are easily met.
They're there to keep would be trolls off of the site that kept creating new accounts to post their unwanted adult pictures to the site. Banning didn't help at all as they kept coming back over and over until the EA management team disabled adding/changing profile pictures for everyone, not just new members until they could come up with a solution. Then they disabled starting new threads for new members due to spambots that would hit the site after midnight USA time and weekends when they knew that the site management team wasn't around.
Getting 25 points and obtaining 15 posts don't take that long to achieve if join in on the many posts on the site such as ideas and feedback threads, picture/story threads, threads over in whichever TS2/TS3/TS4 General Discussion that you like. The site team had already revised the requirements from 50 points/30 posts to 25 points/15 posts to make it a little bit easier to achieve for new members.
I just read an old post where YOU LisaC squelched information that helped me NOW, YEARS later. KINDLY let the posters decide how THEY will post. I PAID FOR THIS GAME and was never able to play parts of it. INFORMATION is helpful.
Try uninstalling it and reinstalling it back into your game to see if the playpen shows up. The playpen will be in the furniture tab. But do try what I said to do about uninstalling and reinstalling the lot to see of that helps.