They’re Real? For Serious? Benefit They’re Real Mascara Giveaway

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Benefit showing the lurve today to Musings of a Muse readers with a giveaway of three of their brand new, not yet officially released They’re Real Mascara!

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Are you guilty of stuffing TP in your bra? Fess up! At 12 I got my first “training bra”…why do they call it that? Are we in training for big boobs at some point in our life so our younger selves have to get a training bra to train the girl’s into realizing that they won’t be this little for long! Go on my son! You’ll grow up someday!

Haha….

Seriously, how silly!

Anyway, I did go out of the house at some point with that bra stuffed. This happened to be on a field day at school and water was involved…need I say more? Soggy boobage!

Have you had any of those “They’re Real” moments?

Well…I want you to confess some of your more embarrassing “real” moments! Mind you it doesn’t have to be all about “real” moments in life but what’s an embarrassing situation you’ve had in the name of beauty…or boobs….!

Comment about it and it’ll be count as an entrance to win one of three Benefit They’re Real Mascaras.

For a second chance to win you can retweet me the following statement RT @MusingsofaMuse Win a Benefit They’re Real Mascara at http://tinyurl.com/3lzrmhz #BenefitCosmetics

Three random winners will be selected and alerted via e-mail (be sure to fill out the comment form correctly with your e-mail address in the right box) on June 27th.

Good Luck!

  • 6/10/11 14:32 Leah:

    In high school, I slapped this girl’s butt because I thought it was my friend, and that’s how w play around.

    Turns out it wasn’t. It was someone I never saw before.

    I turned tomato-red. Supe embarrassing.

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    • 6/13/11 1:22 Lindsay Cai:

      In high school, I really got into red eyeshadow one year. I don’t know why, but I was just fascinated by all shades of red. But one experience put a stop to it. I was in woodworking shop class (okay, maybe wearing it in that particular class was my mistake to begin with) and one of my classmates asked me if I was okay because my eyelids were really red.

      OUCH.

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  • 6/10/11 14:35 Heather H.:

    I have a good boob one! I was at my best friend’s grad party and had a water bra + the chicken cutlets in. I walked in and she screamed “OMG your boobs look huge today what did you do? What bra are you wearing?” I just stared at her and tried to shut her up. She kept repeating it until I answered. I’m normally barely b’s and looked about a c. Mind you lots of men were in the room and all staring at me as I turned bright red. I was ousted as fake boob queen.

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  • 6/10/11 14:39 Tammie:

    I hope I can still enter even though I don’t really have an embarrassing story ^^;; I was a huge tomboy when I was younger but I had boobs so no need to stuff! I’ve never really gone that far for beauty haha.

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  • 6/10/11 14:39 tiny:

    hmmm… I don’t really have any funny stories about my boobs.. I always had small boobs *until I had kids* but I didn’t mind.. they were perky and firm and that was just fine with me…

    HOWEVER.. I DID have this flat chested friend who used to buy those SUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUPER thick water-filled bras.. I always assumed her boobs were the same size as mine (B cup) until.. she took her bra off to go take a shower and she threw it on the floor of her bedroom.. I thought nothing of it.. I was a teenager.. and I was focused on something else… don’t remember what… anyway.. a few minutes later when I was done focusing on whatever stupid thing I was doing.. I looked down at the floor and HOLY CRAP! HER FLOOR HAS BEWBS!!!! Firm, Perky, Smallish Bewbs!!!! I picked it up and the tag said “30 Almost A”.. Almost A?!?! I didn’t even know such things existed!!!!! I tossed it in her hamper and giggled to myself for a bit.. Then I tried to distract myself.. I didn’t want to humiliate her by letting her know I knew her secret.

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  • 6/10/11 14:40 Tammie:

    Although I did wear stupid stuff in elementary school, like silver platforms, a shiny silver hat….>.>;;;

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    • 6/10/11 15:04 the Muse:

      Are you sure that was high school Tammie and not bingo night at the generic ward? ;D HAHA

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      • 6/10/11 16:33 Tammie:

        ’twas the 90s, not MY 90s ;P

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  • 6/10/11 14:50 Tammy:

    I bought a generic mineral makeup once, & applied it in bad lighting apparently, found out after being out with friends all day that I had stripes on my face from it…was humiliated!!

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  • 6/10/11 14:53 Tiffany:

    When I was a kid I was feeding ducks with friends in a playgroup at a lake in the park. They gave us each a piece of Wonder bread but no one told me it was for the ducks or what we were even doing there so I started eating it. I ate most of it before an adult noticed and everyone started pointing at me and laughing. On top of that they wouldn’t give me a new piece so I didn’t have much to feed the ducks ):

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  • 6/10/11 15:03 Sarah V:

    I don’t have to worry about them being real, but it was pretty embarrasing when I was sitting in a business meeting and heard a loud crack. The underwire in my bra broke! Try explaining that one to a group!

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  • 6/10/11 15:04 sara:

    I once bought tinted moisturizer from MAC and thought it made me look so nice and flawless…. to find out that i looked more snooki than I did natural!

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  • 6/10/11 15:08 Lisa S.:

    No actual boob stuffing stories here. I was just embarrassed that I had as much as I did so early. Mind you my boobs are not humongus, the girls just made an appearance at the end of 4th grade. It was just too early and I was soooo embarrassed at sleep overs about having to have a bra.

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  • 6/10/11 15:08 Shereen:

    lipstick on the teeth…never a good look! =)

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  • 6/10/11 15:17 Michelle T.:

    In high school (a long LONG time ago) I swiped some under-eye concealer on but forgot to blend it in all day. My guy friends I hung out with (I was a tomboy) didn’t bother to tell me, of course. Embarrassing!

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  • 6/10/11 15:17 shaoyee:

    definitely did not realize that this really cute dress i had was see through when the flash went off from the cameras! people probably have pictures of me where my navy striped underwear is visible through my dress..so embarrassing.

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  • 6/10/11 15:23 Lucy:

    **laughs** thanks for the interesting topic. Once I remember I got a training bra, and to look more grown-up I stuffed too ball-shaped stress balls in. When I reached up into a cabinet to get something, they fell out. XD oh well… thanks for the giveaway!

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  • 6/10/11 15:23 Stephanie:

    I was trying out a new mascara one day and went out shopping with my mom. Well, I didn’t really look at myself in the mirror until late in the day and then realized that I had ten million little mascara flakes on my cheeks. It looked like ants were crawling on my face. I didn’t use that mascara again.

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  • 6/10/11 15:27 Biba:

    One day I was preparing for the night out with some friends. And I always do the nails on my left hand first – everything o.k. so far. But then I had some other stuff to do and didn’t even remember that I have my right hand/nails still unpolished.

    So we went out, had fun, until somebody asked me, if I ran out of nail polish. I gave that person a strange look – what the heck are you talking about. And then I saw my naked nails on the right hand. It was pretty embarrassing…

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  • 6/10/11 15:27 jenafer:

    I got my first tattoo at 17 right there on my boob (got the girls pierced as well), in class one day the substitute teacher asked to see my tattoo then asked if I had “em pierced…the class burst out in laughter and some in shock as I said sorry your not my type. Then one of my fellow male classmates said oh she has both pierced, I turned and looked at him eyes wide and me at a loss for words which never happens. He said Either there pierced or you get really excited to see me with a huge grin on his face.

    I have been asked if I stuffed many times or to prove that I don’t beginning at 9/10 I was a b. Now I’m a little busty 34F and by the perverts I often get asked are those real or can I feel. I try to make them less obvious but clothing today doesn’t help with that.

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  • 6/10/11 15:30 tiny:

    I already entered.. but this was too funny not to share… Enjoy! (at my expense)

    http://minetinymama.blogspot.com/2010/07/slight-waxing-mishap.html

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  • 6/10/11 15:30 m:

    i was on a first date… everything was going super well; at the end of the date we had our first kiss. i remember him looking at me after telling me i had really cute eyes. i smiled and went inside feeling like i was on cloud nine until i went to the bathroom and looked at myself in the mirror. I HAD A HUGE SMEAR OF MASACARA ON UNDER MY LEFT EYE! i was mortified, i must have had that blob of mascara almost the whole date lol. guess it didnt matter tho bc we ended up dating for 2 years, but STILL!

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  • 6/10/11 15:31 Courtney:
  • 6/10/11 15:32 styleezta:

    I went into one of those wave machines at a theme park. Wiped out and the wave pushed my bikini over my head. I flashed about 50 people!

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  • 6/10/11 15:46 Kristina:

    Yup, I was one of the last girls in my class to need a bra. I think I had tissue in the bra I didn’t need all of 6th or 7th (can’t remember) grade.

    On a side note, if that mascara can make someone ask “Are they real?” in regards to my puny lashes, that will have me sold for life!

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  • 6/10/11 15:46 molly:

    Totally embarrassed when my kids and our companies kids came out of my room wearing my padded bras on their heads. Not my finest moment.

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  • 6/10/11 15:53 Victoria:

    One day I was using one of those magic touch devices to trim my eyebrows, when my elbow slipped and I took off half of my left eyebrow. It took close to 6 months to grow back, and it’s still thin when compared to the other one.

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  • 6/10/11 15:54 Crissy K:

    Lol, I feel your pain. I flashed a bunch of little kids after getting out of the tube slide at Mountain Creek. Not fun. What is it with those water rides and taking off bikinis?? They also gave me a wedgie. Definitely not a composed look :(

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  • 6/10/11 16:00 Christy C.:

    i always said i would never be one of those girls who wears too much makeup. one day i piled on way too much concealor and my friend who i hadn’t seen in a while was like “whoa… i didnt recognize you with your new….look…” yea… really embarassed after that….

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  • 6/10/11 16:05 Ebontien:

    When I was a kid and even now, I have hair at the top of my head that always sticks every direction, like antennas. Now as a kid, I found water usually slicked it down but one day before school, those hairs wouldn’t settle down! So I trimmed…a little too much and it looked like I had a mini bald patch, which I tried to fix by colour it in with black marker…washable black marker. It rained that day so you can guess what happened ^^;

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  • 6/10/11 16:11 Lillie:

    I’m always on the lookout for the perfect mascara!

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  • 6/10/11 16:14 Lillie:

    Oops. Messed that up. I recently bought a dress that I didn’t have the right bra for but didn’t realize because I tried it on with the wrong bra. Wound up with golf socks in my bra for Easter Sunday. Lol!

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  • 6/10/11 16:18 Sasha:

    Remember Wonder Bras? Once I had on a long dress and something hit my foot… I looked down and it was the little triangle pad from inside my wonder bra! How embarrasing!

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  • 6/10/11 16:24 jenniet2002:

    i’ve been swimming before and the insert of the top has floated out a time or two! =)

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  • 6/10/11 16:25 Sally Jane:

    Didn’t stuff my bra or anything but my bra that closes in the front oppened once accidently while I was stretching. To this day I still wonder whether anyone noticed. Haha!

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  • 6/10/11 16:45 Grace:

    my oh my! the packaging on these are beautiful!!! :) i would love to give one a try!

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  • 6/10/11 16:48 Kitty:

    My most embarrassing beauty moment was when I wore a cheap cream eyeshadow to school on a hot day and didn’t realize that all of the eyeshadow had melted all around my eye area by midday! I was walking around with huge glittery panda eyes! NOT a good look!

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  • 6/10/11 16:52 Risu:

    Crying and then have my eyeliner and mascara smudged all over the place… and my false lashes were half falling off.

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  • 6/10/11 17:10 Mariel:

    When I was in my early teens I wore those padded bras that had the little cutlets that were removable (I left them in)- my basketball team was on the bus heading to a game when one of the cutlets somehow fell out the arm of my t shirt. Boy was my face red!

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  • 6/10/11 17:14 Erin:

    I developed later than most people. Anyways, one day I threw a bouncy ball at the wall and it hit my chest and it hurt. I was freaking out because I never experienced sensitivity there and my dad took me to the hospital because he thought something was seriously wrong. Diagnosis? Breast buds. Awkward lol.

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  • 6/10/11 17:31 Liz!:

    I think my most reallllllll embarassing beauty moment was the time I dyed my naturally ash blonde hair to “black” in middle school. See, I was going through a bit of a goth phase, and well, I wanted my hair to be black like my soul (at the time lol, pretty bright n’ bubbly now), so I went out and bought me some dye. Problem was, I didn’t read the box carefully, and bought a dye that was meant to color gray hair….well, after I dyed my hair and dried it, to my horror I was that I did not have sleek, raven colored locks but hair that looked the most awful shade of purplish gray you ever saw. Oh my was I embarrassed. At least I was smart enough to buy it in the semi permanent formula! I was sooooo grateful when the dreadful stuff finally washed out!

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  • 6/10/11 17:41 MC:

    I just wanted to post that I got my hands on They’re Real this morning (left my house bright and early to head to Times Square lol) and I LOVE this mascara. <3

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  • 6/10/11 17:42 Wendy:

    i fell and slid across a wet floor in front of a guy i liked. when i got up my whole back side was dirty and muddy from the floor. needless to say, i never spoke to him again out of embaressment.

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  • 6/10/11 17:50 Saroun:

    I was walking across the street on my way to class when I slipped and fell in front of everybody and the road wasn’t wet or slippery. I just got up and made a run for it. I was embarrassed and had a broken toe nail. I also tweeted the giveaway – http://twitter.com/#!/msSaroun/status/79303642502541312

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  • 6/10/11 17:51 Savannah:

    Back in 6th grade my friends and I wore HUGE accessories (think rainbow colored star earrings and chunky heart necklaces) *not together*.
    My aunt calls it my “Flava Flav period”. It didn’t last for long. I shudder when I think about it now!

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  • 6/10/11 17:53 Jenn:

    Hmmm I think I may have stuffed my bra once just to see what it looked like, but thankfully nothing embarassing happened. One embarassing beauty moment I do remember, however, is one of my firsts. The first time I ever shaved my legs, I was in the shower at my dad’s house and saw my stepmom’s razor in the shower. Not knowing any better, I got curious and shaved my legs (i know, i know! Totally gross now that I think about it, sharing razors and all that). Later that day, my step mom looked at me and said to me “Nice having your legs shaved, huh?” or something like that. I was mortified, because she must’ve known I had used her razor!.

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  • 6/10/11 18:01 adelina:

    never stuff your bikini top! i stuff my bikini with foam, back in junior high school and a boy pulled it off as a prank. not only did they see everything but they also saw that foam i stuff in my bikini!

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  • 6/10/11 18:13 Linh:

    Haha, all of these comments are so interesting to read! I don’t really have a “They’re Real” moment, but I remember this one time in gym class (I was 13 or so), I was wearing a strapless bra that day and I didn’t know that it would slip down so much when I ran around the track. The result was me looking like I had ants crawling underneath my gym shirt because I was pinching my bra and trying to shrug it back up so it wouldn’t fall out during class. My crush kept on giving me the weirdest looks, aha. After that, I’ve learned to invest in a good sports bra, or just wear a bra with straps when exercising!

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  • 6/10/11 18:17 Colleen B:

    a few times i’ve gone out in a new outfit & had forgotten to take the tags and/or sticker off!

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  • 6/10/11 18:20 Kait B:

    Went to the water park last year with some friends…we went on one of the highest, scariest water slides there…as we shot out the bottom of the slide, the water pushed down my bottoms in the back and I MOONED all the people who were waiting in line to go on the slide…SO embarrassing haha!

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  • 6/10/11 18:26 anna:

    I was never well-endowed in the chest department, and back in Grade 6 was awarded the nickname “TT” for “Tiny Tits. Embarrassing to a 12 year old, but as the years went past I kinda forgot about it.

    Until in university my best friend at the time (who was VERY well endowed) confessed to me after a few beverages and a discussion about childhood teasing that HER nickname was also TT, but in her case it had meant “Turbo Tits”!

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  • 6/10/11 18:55 Christine:

    I know I’ve had so many embarrassing moments in my life but I have an awful memory for these kinds of things… The most recent I can think of is a few days back I was wearing this cute shirt with a zipper down the back. I’ve worn it several times and have never had problems before. Imagine my surprise when, after wearing it in many public places all morning ,I glance over my shoulder in a full length mirror and see that it has mysteriously unzipped down to my middle back! Maybe people thought it was a fashion thing… I’m sure my pink bra really added to the look. Heh.

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  • 6/10/11 19:00 Jillybean:

    ugh totally lost my bikini top in the waves on our honeymoon last month! no big deal if it was just me and the hubs.,..but nooo of course the beach was veryyy crowded that day!

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  • 6/10/11 19:04 CupK8:

    My real boobs are lovely. I love them now, but I didn’t always. I didn’t wear good bras either, and one day in HS a boy told me I had old lady boobs.I guess because they’re big and HEAVY (I’m sorry, DD boobs that are bouncy make me suspicious). I spent a long, long time being self-conscious before getting a proper bra so no one could ever say that to me again. The real ones take some work.

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  • 6/10/11 19:13 Erin:

    Countless beauty blunders when it comes to self-tanner!! I think I got it down now, but there have many an orange hand, streaky calf, and tan face with super white ears.

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  • 6/10/11 19:40 Nora:

    i am recallng a lot of awkward moments with kids thinking i was a milk station

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  • 6/10/11 19:43 Terri:

    I had a panty line come out of my tiny panties and into my pant leg. Only a few close friends were nearby, but I was mortified nonetheless.

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  • 6/10/11 19:44 tousledkitten:

    Growing half of my eyebrows back in right now. Yep.

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  • 6/10/11 19:51 18thCenturyFox:

    Soo this is just general but sometimes I wonder if I live on the West Coast now because growing up I think everyone in Ocean City NJ was subjected to my bare breasts since I managed to always have a wave
    wipe my bikini top off. 1) My boobs are away past DDD 2) I’m actually really shy but boobs are awesome! All of em!

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  • 6/10/11 20:08 Audrey H.:

    Years ago I colored my hair at home, it looked very near absurd to me. Dark hair with these dumb auburn streaks, my friend kept asking what in the heck did you do to your hair??? I was so embarrassed I said nothing it must be the summer sun. The look on her face was unforgettable LOL!

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  • 6/10/11 20:16 Katie:

    I didn’t get boobs until the summer before ninth grade, so I didn’t wear a bra in middle school. That is, until the mean girls in my grade started slapping me on the back and doing other things to try and see if I was wearing a bra or not. When they figured out I wasn’t, they told all the boys and everyone teased me mercilessly. I went out and bought training bras the very next day!

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  • 6/10/11 20:20 Ryou:

    Never stuffed. I always had rather large boobs… Okay, FAR too large boobs for Asian standards. (curse my Dutch genes)

    No seriously, I still have to import my underwear. It’s NOT funny how D cup bras that are true to the actual D-cup sizes (and not just marked up to make those tiny, flat-chested Asian girls feel better about their chest sizes) are ONLY available in the maternity section.

    So imagine this poor middle school girl wearing a maternity bra to school… ;__;

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  • 6/10/11 20:24 Jen:

    Ive always been thin and petite…. And large in the bust. I skipped a training bra and went straight to a large B cup at 10 years old. Playing outside with all the kids on the block kids, I heard the chant ‘toilet paper boobs!’ Coming from a few kids. :( they surrounded me and kept telling me to take the TP out of my bra. They didnt believe me when I told them my boobs were real. The block bully girl grabbed my boob in an attempt to removed the ‘tp’, and freaked when she only felt my squishy boob! Lol It was super embarrassing. Now many years and 3 D’s later, I still get asked if my boobs are real. :( I hope this mascara can get people looking at my eyes, not my 32 DDD’s!

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  • 6/10/11 21:08 Soo:

    Not a boob story, but I’ve had plenty of embarrassing makeup stories. I’ve definitely fallen victim to “reverse raccoon eyes” when I put on concealer that was too light under my eyes. And once I put on too much light-reflecting powder all over my face. I didn’t realize how bad the situations were until I later saw pictures of both posted online by my friends. :( wahhh

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  • 6/10/11 21:27 electronicfly:

    Heavy period. Leak. School. Multiple times. Need I explain more? T.T

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  • 6/10/11 21:52 Sara:

    I can’t think of any embarrassing moments – thankfully! I’ve blocked out most of my childhood/teenage years when it comes to that stuff. One time my friends froze my underpants during a sleepover. Jerks. Oh, wait, that reminds me, I always had fancy pants underpants when growing up. All kind of colors and styles, whereas the rest of the girls I knew mostly stuck with plain ol’ white cotton undies. So during a sleepover party they went crazy in my underwear drawer, throwing stuff around. *sigh* In hindsight most of my friends were jerks, but so is every other teenage girl so what can ya do? :p I’m glad to be “grown up” now.

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  • 6/10/11 21:55 Sarah S:

    Mine would probably be one of my big ‘oops’ date moments. So, I had a date and I had assumed it would be the typical dinner date so I decided to do my makeup in non natural light and wear a more than normal to cover up my flaws and look extra lovely. He shows up to my house and announces that we aren’t going for dinner, we are going to go a walk and go on a late afternoon picnic. It’s about 5 pm in the summer time, so I’m sure you can imagine it’s rather sunny out still and of course I didn’t clue in yet that my make up would look ridiculous in the sun. It wasn’t until we were about 15 minutes into the walk that he asked me what had happened to my face and why was it such a weird color. Talk about lack of natural beauty. Being a cakeface is never cute, I will never pile on the product again.

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  • 6/10/11 21:55 shusheshe:

    I accidentally walked into a men’s washroom once during uni. It was crowded since it was right after a 3 hour lecture and everyone just stared at me.

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  • 6/10/11 21:56 Michelle:

    hmm i don’t have any embarrassing moments about boobs but when i was younger i went to saturday school and wore this pretty floral dress… INSIDE OUT. i hanged out with older kids at saturday school and when they realised i wore my dress like that, they began to tease me =[

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  • 6/10/11 22:04 terry:

    i guess the most embarrassing moment i had was farting during a kiss. lol.

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    • 6/11/11 10:26 Sarasweety:

      It was back in highschool and I had just started experimenting with makeup. I was so excited to try this new fancy Revlon eyeshadow I had bought. I decided to try a dark smoky eye look with purple but it was probably my second time ever applying makeup to myself. I left the house thinking I looked great.
      A girl in my class asked me if I was okay. I was confused until she asked me if I hurt my eye. She thought I had a black eye! I was so embarrassed I quickly went to the washroom and washed it all off. I’ve been scared to use dark colors ever since (especially purple).

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  • 6/10/11 22:07 Lisa:

    I have dirty blonde hair, and tried to give myself highlights in college. I had to go to classes the next day with brassy orange streaks in my hair. Thankfully, a good friend had magic hair skills and fixed it soon thereafter.

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  • 6/10/11 22:11 Maple:

    No embarassing boob stories here. Nope. That’s because I didn’t even have boobs until… let’s just say they’re still pretty nonexistent :(

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  • 6/10/11 22:35 Jennifer:

    When I was in high school I’d sometimes wear foundation to school and I guess I applied it in the dark one morning and a girl pointed out to me that I had missed some spots haha so I quickly grabbed a mirror to fix it up but it was pretty embarrassing

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  • 6/10/11 23:35 Nalini Reid:

    I once covered myself in that Jergens self tanner lotion, except that I used the Express one, and I rubbed it all over my face. I was super dark orange and strange looking and I didn’t want to leave my dorm room for three days until it wore off. And P.S. I am an NC42 to begin with so there was really no need for me to try to tan myself. Ha!

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  • 6/10/11 23:53 Jenny:

    I made the mistake of wearing a two-piece bathing suit to go tubing (like waterskiing, sorta, but laying on an inner tube, being pulled by the boat.)

    My fiance was in the boat, his mother was driving, and 15 of her friends were on shore when I slipped off the back of the tube and lost my bottoms!

    It was the first day of a long weekend too, so I got teased for it for days. And I didn’t have a spare suit so no more swimming, either!

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  • 6/11/11 0:29 Melody:

    I once slipped on a pack of ketchup while wearing a skirt and the first thong i’ve ever worn- in my life. it was horrid and my buttcheeks were tired.

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  • 6/11/11 0:38 Ada:

    It’s weird but, someone asked me if my eyebrows were real once. Very odd question, seeing as I don’t do anything to them besides plucking to maintain the shape…

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  • 6/11/11 1:09 Anna:

    I was having sushi with a very thin friend and her boy friend, think size 0. Lately ive been working out and loseing some weight- about 40 pounds since January. She looks at me and says oh when you get to a size 4 we can share clothes. I dont know why I said what I said- maybe because I finally made it to a size 6 for the first time ever. I look at her and say, I dont want to be a size 4, she looks taken aback and asks why, so of course not thinking in front of her boyfriend I blurt out , “because I want to keep my Tit*s and *ss. – I know its terrible, I so apologized-

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  • 6/11/11 1:12 Abby:

    Most of my embarrassing boob moments aren’t really exciting to describe– they basically revolve around the fact that I started developing breasts when I was nine, actually needed a bra at ten and was a DD by the time I was fourteen. Nowadays they’re a little more proportionate to the rest of me, but back then I think a lot of people assumed I stuffed my bra.

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  • 6/11/11 1:14 Sundrenched:

    My makeup life lurches from one embarrassing situation to another. When I received a new eyeliner in the mail, I excitedly decided to try it.

    It was a beautiful sunny day so I wore a dress and clipped my hair up with a lovely red flower pin.

    Spent the afternoon going to class and chilling with a male friend. After a few hours, I went to the toilet, discovering that I had raccoon eyes, where the eyeliner had smudged all over my lids. Thank goodness that always have makeup wipes in my cosmetic bag! The eyeliner promptly went inti the bin. And my male friend didn’t say a word because he didn’t want to “hurt my feeling”! What a great buddie :X

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  • 6/11/11 3:05 Ambassador:

    The worst (proving I lead a tame life) is when I eat anything, if I haven’t completely blotted down my lipstick to nonexistence, I end up with a big smear of colour mid-chin. Naturally no one ever says anything and I only find out hours later when I look in a mirror.

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  • 6/11/11 3:39 sugandha:
  • 6/11/11 7:45 Liene:

    In my graduation I had new mascara, not really waterproof and it was hot as hell and I sweated a lot, so afterwards I had really gothic look. Well, actually panda’s eyes. I remember many people asked me if I’m ok, I look tired, so it was pretty embarrassing. Although I quite rocked gothic looks back then. :D

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  • 6/11/11 8:41 Reme:

    Oh dear I’ve had a few embarassing boobage incidents with shirts that decide to undo the buttons all be themselves, so mortifying to have to keep checking and doing them up, especially at work!!!

    I’ve had many embarassing make-up moments too, mostly before I discovered blusher and bronzer so was unwittingly rocking a look that would rival Casper the ghost… Lol!

    Guerlain’s Phenomen’Eyes mascara gave me awful panda eyes on a night out last summer where I bumped into a mean girls group of former colleagues… :-(

    The worst incident of all I think was when I was looking a little tired so applied concealer beneath each eye before heading out from work to pick up lunch. I bumped into a gorgeous guy I used to have a crush on in college and hadn’t seen in years, I was so happy to see he was back in town and we chatted for a while. After he left I had one of those vain ‘I hope he saw that I’m looking good these days’ moments and flipped open a compact. Huge thick concealer stripes were under my eyes and I looked crazy! Somehow I must have gotten distracted and hadn’t blended it in, at all… so annoying!

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  • 6/11/11 9:24 charise:

    The first time I wore high heels, was to church, I was a teenager….well, I was the “alter girl” so i was moving when the entire church was silent. I lit all the candles, and left the sanctuary and fell all the way down the back stairs. I guess the entire congregation heard me and some came running to see if I was alive!!! Was my face red!!

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    • 9/26/11 20:36 lola:

      Daang. One time at church i forgot to wear a bra and my nipples were sticking out THROUGH my dress not good. i hate embaracing church things.

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  • 6/11/11 9:38 Ria:

    Did an awesome dive in the sea from some rocks.And then my bikini top was found floating some meters away…

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  • 6/11/11 12:07 Lauren:

    muffin top boobs…. need I say more….

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  • 6/11/11 12:17 Staci:

    Hope it works, excited to try!

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  • 6/11/11 12:46 V:

    When I was in middle school, my mom got me a strapless bra to wear with tanktops. The first and only time I wore it, I noticed my teacher staring at my chest with a shocked face and wondered what was up with her. I looked in the mirror, and saw the bra didn’t fit/had fallen down…so my boobs were visible!

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  • 6/11/11 13:04 Tina:

    i’ve never really had any of those moments :S i just hope this mascara lives up to its name!

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  • 6/11/11 13:28 Barbara:

    One time I left the house and everyone could tell I was wearing face makeup, in an obvious cakey way. It was embarrassing, and I ran to the bathroom to take it off! I make sure to not powder too much.

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  • 6/11/11 13:45 Brooke:

    I got my first ‘training bra’ around 13ish and thought it was the most uncomfortable thing ever. I hate when things are ‘wrapped’ around me….even hugs and stuff bother me – perhaps I have sensory issues??? Anyway, I absolutely refused to wear it because I hated it so much and unfortunately at the time, I had a ummm errrrr, somewhat more developed chest for my age. I didn’t really start wearing a bra until closer to 15. Now when I look back at pictures it’s embarrassing and obvious that I should have listened to my Mom and worn a bra :)

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  • 6/11/11 14:07 Jennifer:

    Love this!! Can’t wait to try it even if I don’t win

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    • 6/23/11 18:14 jane:

      I remember this one day in high school as my boobs were still growing.. I was late to school so I didn’t wear a bra but did wear a spaghetti strap. I thought no one would notice. However, my good girl friend realized that a guy in one of my classes was staring at my boobs the whole time we were in class. I never go outside without a bra now. haha

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  • 6/11/11 15:10 LINDARRAGNAR:

    I was at my gym in the bathroom washing my hands And this russian Lady comes up to me and says “you man” I was so offended because when I work out I wear sweats that are baggy right…anyways not to be mean to her I just say “What”? She then says “you Melt””Your lose some weight” LOL I was so thankful I hadn’t said something back to her that was rude LOL!!!!!

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  • 6/11/11 15:30 Marina:

    Well, gotta say that I’ve never had the need to stuff my bra…I was probably the only child in elementary school with ‘the girls’, and they weren’t small girls either…So I guess my embarrassing moments are ‘yes, they ARE real, unfortunately.’ I always wore a jacket or something over them in elementary school to cover them up, because I was embarrassed! Of course, now I don’t mind one bit XD
    Thanks for the give away, Muse! Have a good time on vaca as well :)

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  • 6/11/11 20:31 jkim:

    bought some lovely knock-off spanx that i wore under a pair of leggings. unfortunately, the “spanx” was satiny smooth, and as i found out, most materials don’t like to cling to slick surfaces… you know where this is leading. let’s just thank god i was wearing a loose, oversized shirt on top.

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  • 6/11/11 22:20 Mariel:

    I’ve always been on the ahem, petite side. So, one time in around fifth grade, when I was feeling insecure looking at all of my classmates showing off their bras. I persuaded my mother to buy a bra for me. Anyways, since I couldn’t really “fill it in”, I snuck in some pads filled with gel. I was proud of how grown-up I looked with the implants under my shirt, so I wore them to school the next day. It just so happened we were playing volleyball. Things were going great, me feeling happy at how my “boobs” looked in my muscle shirt, until a volleyball hit me smack on the chest. The implants exploded and the blue gel gushed all over my shirt. Everyone laughed. It was the most humiliating moment of elementary school. XD

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  • 6/11/11 22:43 Angie:

    When I was in college, me, my boyfriend, and some friends were swimming. I had ducked under and when I emerged, one of my boobs was hanging out of my bikini top. A couple of guy friends saw and starting pointing. My BF quick lunged at me and I still keep teased for it.

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  • 6/11/11 22:48 Atanza:

    Every single makeup “look” I wore in middle school was an embarassing moment. Haha. I’m glad I learned enough throughout the years to not have any more disasters like that!

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  • 6/12/11 0:27 Melissa:

    When I was 12 I went swimming with my school and I was wearing a tankini. I was trying to splash one of the guys in my class by doing a belly flop and my top ended up flying right up into my face and ended up flashing him and everyone else in the pool lol.

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  • 6/12/11 1:29 Pattie:

    I still remember the time when I was a kid and I would take my moms bras and stuff it with tissue paper.. so embarassing!

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  • 6/12/11 2:17 ann:

    I always try to wear incredibly natural makeup, especially since I’m going to school! And, well, honestly sometimes I feel a bit embarrassed to be wearing makeup since most of my friends don’t! One day, a friend of my caught me out on it & asked me if I was wearing concealer since my undereyes were a bit cakey. Now, I make sure to wear completely non-cakey makeup. !

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  • 6/12/11 2:56 Gala:

    I was at a beach with a boy I had a crush on at the time and a wave took off my bikini bra a bit :) a nipple slipped.. but he was a real gentleman and pointed at iy looking the other way and said, you might wanna fix it..

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  • 6/12/11 3:02 Mallory:

    This mascara looks so tempting! I love the name — just simply love it!

    I don’t have any embarrassing stories to share. I just know that I love my flat chest when I was younger so when they started growing I was angry for a week straight about it.

    Oh, but I do have a funny story to share since we’re talking about “training bras.” My friend have this 4 yrs. old sister who is completely adorable. One day I visit and my friend ask me, “Does Nana look different today to you?” At first I couldn’t see any differences in her until I went from her face down to her chest. There it was! She was wearing a training bra stuffed with either socks or toilet paper. I laughed so hard that day! It wasn’t like she was embarrassed of it either. She prance around the whole workplace telling everyone of her new bra. It was the cutest yet funniest moment!

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  • 6/12/11 8:32 Bethany:

    My format dress was so tight that I couldn’t fit a bra under it. xD Somehow, the tight dress decided to start slipping the moment we got to formal. And all my friends were had to yell ‘CODE N’ (nipple) at my periodically, so I could adjust myself. I tried to pull it up for the official photos, but almost all of them look obscene. My cousin and sister have named one of the photos ‘SWEET JAYSUS’, based on the reaction most people have when they see it. Haha. >_>

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    • 6/12/11 8:33 Bethany:

      formal*/ “prom”

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  • 6/12/11 10:42 knownever:

    don’t know if i can pick out one most embarrassing moment. i think most would agree that middle school was a solid block of embarrassment. do 13 year olds ever feel any other feeling really?

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  • 6/12/11 11:25 Duckses:

    Let’s just say it had to do with those adhesive gel cup things, really humid tropical weather, dancing, and a strapless dress.

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  • 6/12/11 12:51 Sunny:

    I have no embarrassing boob stories from high school, but I think it is very embarrassing that some of the fourth grade girls I teach now have bigger cup sizes than me!

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  • 6/12/11 12:53 Sara:

    Once I stuffed my bra for a dance recital and the tissue started falling out backstage! >_<

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  • 6/12/11 15:16 Alexis:

    I never had one outstanding boob moment, but there have been many a time where I was showing lots of cleavage in public and by lots I mean half my boob was out. Its something I don’t notice until its too late haha.

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  • 6/12/11 15:45 LuLu:

    once when i was just starting out with highlighter i was applying it in bad lighting and put it down my nose accross my cheeks and over my browbones, doesnt sound too bad right? but this was a cream highlighter and i dont know where it went wrong but it did!… lets just say i was nicknamed tinman;D

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  • 6/12/11 17:22 Amanda:

    Mine involves boobs, of course. Like yours, Muse, I was twelve, but I already had the real thing. All the popular girls said I was stuffing my bra, which I vehemently denied. One day in gym class, in an effort to prove I was lying, this awful girl reached over and grabbed–you guessed it–my very REAL boob. I was horrified; she was horrified. On the bright side, I never got the accusation again. :)

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  • 6/12/11 18:55 Kasey:

    One day while wearing my favorite bright blue eyeliner, I had a girl come up to me and laughed in my face saying “I think you put that on wrong.” I thought she was just jealous so after class I strutted confidently down the halls hoping everyone would notice my eyeliner. I got some weird stares so I went to look in the mirror and I had raccoon eyes almost down to my cheeks! That had to be the most embarrassing thing that happened to me that year.

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  • 6/12/11 19:21 Liane:

    MEWANTSIT, my preciousssss!

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  • 6/12/11 19:27 Libby:

    Oh boy, embarrassing stories, have I got a ton D: Just today I was at the movie theater waiting for my friend and I was on the phone with her as I was strolling around on the outside and since I was too busy talking to her, I tripped right over one of the uneven parts of the sidewalk and fell right in front of everyone else exiting the theater at the time. The most embarrassing bit? I was wearing a dress and so whoosh it went and everyone probably saw the color of my underpants T_T

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  • 6/12/11 20:17 Maggie:

    In high school, I used to wear a sports bra under a crocheted shrug. And that was it. I was homeschooled most of my life and wanted to fit in with the “hot girls” who walked around in belly shirts… so I thought that by wearing that, I would fit in. NOT.

    Needless to say, those pictures were burned when I found them several years later. :X

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  • 6/12/11 21:15 Tierra:

    Well, not beauty, but “fashion” …
    I was in high school in the 80s (yeah, I am old) and was wearing one of those huge, low slung belts like Madonna in her Borderline phase. I had it a bit TOO loose and it slid down around my ankles when I was walking to class. I fell down in the middle of the hall when changing classes and books/purse went flying. People talked about that one for ages … lol!

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  • 6/12/11 21:50 Emmy:

    THANK YOU so so sooo much for this I REALLY have been wanting to try a product from Benefit and this is RIGHT before my birthday PERFECT:)!!! My most embarassing real life moment was this one time It was my first day at my new high school, and I wanted to make a good impression. Since my school had to be in uniforms, I decided to do my hair and make-up perfectly. So I bought this foundation that was an organic kind and I smeared it all over my face that morning. When I got to school my face was puffy and red and itchy! Gross! Not only did I make an impression, I won Class Clown. Literally:/ So yeah that is my worst memory unfortunately but…yeah THANK YOU SO much:D!!!

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  • 6/12/11 22:38 Liz:

    I work with the public, and one day recently I went all morning with my fly open. It wouldn’t have been too bad if I hadn’t been wearing bright red panties. Oops!

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  • 6/13/11 1:13 Colleen:

    One time I was out and about and decided to apply lipbalm. I grabbed one and because I thought it was clear I just smeared it all over my lips without thinking. Later one of my friends asked me what was on my mouth so I looked in the mirror and the lipbalm was tinted red! I walked around all say with what looked like a clown mouth! Lol

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  • 6/13/11 8:39 Halifax:

    That’d be having eyeshadows creased on my lids all day without me knowing it lol

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  • 6/13/11 11:50 Beautiful Canvas:

    I was dating this guy (who is now my husband), he was cracking joke and made me laugh so hard that I farted. Omg…I was so embarrassed, I wanted to crawl under the table and hide.

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  • 6/13/11 13:02 Tina:

    I went to dinner one time with DH and didn’t know why the waiter was so attentive to our table until I stood up to leave and looked down and realized my shirt button was unbuttoned all the way down exposing my bra!

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  • 6/13/11 14:25 Laura:

    I’m in!

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  • 6/13/11 16:01 rachel:

    I was at work, a huge event that I planned for month, it involved a bunch of multimedia and since the other laptop wasn’t working with the projector I offered my personal laptop. The presentation went off without a hitch but when it came time for the Q&A my computer (since it was inactive) went to screen saver and photos of me from college started popping up on the screen. I never ran so fast to the projection room and luckily the only photo was of a girlfriend and I at dinner (not something seriously embarrassing)!

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    • 6/13/11 16:02 rachel:

      I realize this really has nothing to do with beauty… but my hair was bleach blonde and pretty terrible looking in the picture :)

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  • 6/13/11 17:54 Sasha:

    I am such a Benefit junkie!

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  • 6/13/11 18:32 Morgan:

    I didn’t have any boobage until highschool! I was a super late bloomer. I never really cared, or bothered to stuff. I am now a proud 32C! Love all the funny stories in this comment section! :D

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  • 6/13/11 21:36 lily:

    When i first stated using makeup.. so many oops! I once applied so much concealer on my neck that I got accused of covering up a hickey! I wasn’t! I just thought thats how you were supposed to use it!

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  • 6/13/11 22:40 Nicky Bromow:

    I got my first training bra at 8 and I really needed it… Im not big breasted, Im HUGE breasted! In high school, in gym class, guys would stay in line to watch me sprint to see if they were real… and they were…

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  • 6/14/11 7:41 Marie:

    An embarassing beauty moment for me was then someone told me when I was a teenager that I didn’t blend my concealer. I would take of my glasses to apply it, and thought it looked OK. Apparently it didn’t, at all. :(

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  • 6/14/11 8:53 michaela:

    i wear a 32AA in the victorias secret miraculous bra (which adds 2 cup sizes) and i wore that when i was going to find a wedding dress… everyone knows my boobs were small, but after finding the dress and needing measurements when i was only wearing the store’s bustier, everyone learned that i was only 31.5 around :( embarrassing! i still wear that bra EVERYWHERE because i’m 24!

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  • 6/14/11 9:35 Heather:

    I’ve been blessed in certain areas so haven’t really needed to pad/stuff, but sometimes I wish “the girls” sat a little closer together. I was getting a bra fitting for a push-up bra and it did its job….so well, that the woman helping me yelled (loud enough to carry through the store) “For the love of God, take the push up pads out before they explode.” I think my friend nearly choked to death laughing at the entire debacle.

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  • 6/16/11 2:11 Shannon:

    Never stuffed my bra, but did get one of those “water bras” Victoria’s Secret had about 10 years ago, that made them at least a cup size bigger.

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  • 6/17/11 0:17 Catherine:

    I model and I was doing a photoshoot outdoors int he downtown area of the city. My dress was a bit see-through and I didn’t realize it until after the shoot. Everyone downtown saw my nipples! Ahh!

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  • 6/17/11 15:03 Jianing:

    i wore a tight skirt once when I was younger and there was a pretty visible panty line… :/ I’ve gotten over it though, I hope people forget about it too!

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  • 6/17/11 15:04 Esther:

    HA once I stuffed my bra with tissue paper, and I tripped… a chunk fell out. But I was only 12 so I’ve gotten over it :D

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  • 6/17/11 15:05 Kirsten:

    In a public pool with tons of people, I dived and unfortunately my bikini top floated far away…

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  • 6/17/11 15:07 Kate:

    I went out in public with a clear foundation line accident, my neck didn’t match my face…. gah.

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  • 6/17/11 15:09 Jona:

    So tired I went outside in a tank top and no bra. need i say more?

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  • 6/17/11 17:34 Tricia:

    My hair is straight like crazy.
    A lot of people think that I’ve had some hair rebond treatment.
    I’ve been asked how much was my hair treatment….
    My hair is 100% really straight >___<

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  • 6/17/11 18:40 Mariko:

    Hahaha once someone bumped into me real hard on the street and my (probably badly fitted, back when I was a teen and had no idea how to wear one properly) bra popped open! So glad I’m not so well endowed otherwise it would’ve been very noticeable! Only my friend knew as I had to quickly duck into the nearest bathroom to close it back up.

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  • 6/18/11 18:10 AZ:

    I didn’t know how to swim and my friend had planned to teach me at the school pool one day. She told me that it’s easier to just wear the swimsuit (she got me one of those professional racing ones so it was a rather tight one piece) and then wear a tshirt and shorts over it so we don’t have to change before we go in to the water. After the swimming session was over,I realized I forgot to bring a bra and underwear.. so I had to walk across campus in a shirt and shorts without any underwear. (After you take the wet swimsuit off, there’s no way to put it back on until it’s dried..) I kept on hoping that nobody would notice but I kept running into people I know and had to talk to them >_> super embarrassing..

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  • 6/18/11 20:15 Caroline:

    In 7th grade I got my hair cut, and at the stylist’s suggestion I got bangs and layers… that ended up looking shockingly mullet-like. :\ I wore my hair in pigtails for about 6 weeks after that til it finally grew out some….
    (I also remember at this point in time using a trial sized “Jane” mascara as my main mascara, and haven’t had anything too high end since then, so winning this mascara would really be a treat! :) )

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  • 6/19/11 3:09 Samantha:

    I was being observed for my PGCE (post grad teaching certificate) and knelt down to fasten one of my nursery childrens coats. There was a loud crack and I managed to surpress the urge to scream as my underwire snapped in the middle. I have far, far from small breasts and one end of the wire lodged itself into my right breast, the other into my rib. I had to carry on like that until the end of my observation, there was no-where to go to yank the wire out and I couldn’t leave the class. Unfortunately for me “my bra wire snapped and is stuck in me in two places” did not garner as much sympathy as I had hoped and it didn’t change the comments on the paperwork that I could have been more cheerful, bouncy, etc. In the boob department “they’re real!” is more a lament than a boast, or at least it is when it’s worthy of a national news story when selfridges deign to stock a bra in your size. I’d gladly trade mine for fabulously fake looking eyelashes anyday, can’t wait for this to be released!

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  • 6/19/11 13:38 Nora:

    When I was younger, there had a bit of a lag between one of my boobs growth. I was at my first ‘real’ party in middle school, and wanted to look good, so I stuffed one of my cups with a tube sock. A quite energetic song had been playing, so we had all be jumping up a down. Of course thats when the tube sock decided to fly out and hit my girlfriend standing behind my in the face. She walked up and asked me if this was mine, I couldn’t do anything but say yes. Then she asked where the other one was, but before I could say anything, she said that she would go fine it for me. As my face started to go bright red, she went around the party asking if anyone had seen a tube sock around.

    Just thinking about this makes me cringe, luckly everything is all even up top now!

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  • 6/19/11 14:51 Fleur:

    I’m sure I’m not the only one to have false lashes fall off at an awkward moment…Especially is only the lash of one eye falls off XD They can easily go unnoticed until the next powder-room break.

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  • 6/19/11 16:50 Claire:

    I was on holiday and was swimming in an outdoor pool when I decided to go down one of the slides, unfortunately my bikini top came off and I stood up in the middle of the pool before I realised!! Luckily it was in France so no one else was bothered about my mishap, lots of them had dispensed of the bikini top by choice, didn’t stop it being embarrassing though.

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  • 6/19/11 23:02 Lauren Morgan:

    Ah! Must have!

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  • 6/20/11 1:04 jess:

    Ooo can’t wait to try!!

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  • 6/20/11 5:17 Aesthetic LA:

    Like many of these commenters, I was blessed with a rather perky, full set by the middle of junior high. By high school, I considered myself to be a pro on what to wear to balance looking attractive without drawing (too) much attention to my breasts. Unfortunately, button-up shirts never crossed my young mind as a hazard.

    There was an experiment in my 11th grade chemistry class and I was selected as a volunteer to come up front. Me and a couple other people had to blow up balloons (god knows what for at this point). As I’m standing there in front of my peers, taking another deep breath with my ladies rising to their fullest potential, the strain proved to be too much for a poor button. It went careening off with jet force propulsion and broke a beaker. Mortification, at it’s best. To top it off, I was wearing a v-neck, so I was left with ample amounts of cleavage exposed.

    Even the (male) teacher had a slack jaw before breaking into laughter. I had to wear a sweater the rest of the day and dealt with comments the rest of the year.

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  • 6/20/11 17:29 Christina:

    Mine just happened Saturday, I had a job interview and all through the interview I could feel my false eyelash slowly falling off, I tried really hard not to blink. But eventually I had to blink, and off it came. So embarrassing. Needless to say, I haven’t heard anything back yet :(

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  • 6/20/11 21:10 Kristine Ayala:

    I once wore silver lipstick. OH GOD THE HORROR lol

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  • 6/20/11 21:12 Kristine Ayala:
  • 6/22/11 11:46 NeenaJ:

    I went to Catholic School from K-8 and had gym class once a week. One day during the year I first started to wear a bra (7th grade), I went into the locker room to change from my uniform (a jumper dress with a blouse underneath) into my packed gym clothes. After I dispatched my jumper and started to unbutton my blouse, I realized that I forgot to put my bra on that morning.

    I freaked out! Started sweating, turning red, knots in the pit of my stomach and all. I quickly put my uniform back on and lied that I forgot to pack my gym bag. Fortunately, they didn’t open it and I sat out that day. I never forgot my bra again!

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  • 6/23/11 21:36 Jessica:

    OMG I just remembered this one time that I it was mid summer and super hot and my friends and went swimming in one of their pools in their back yard. I did not have a swimming suit but I had this cute bra top that I thought would work. cue half hour into swimming my friends asked me if I was just wearing a bra top because it was light pink (ie sheer). color me embarrassed.

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  • 6/23/11 21:55 Grace:

    I’m actually thankful for having a tiny chest (I’m 36A!) and not particularly partial to huge boobs. But when I was in high school, this boy I liked called me a “flat screen TV” in front of the class and expressed his wish for me to be in “HD high def”….. :(
    Thank you for hosting the contest!

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  • 6/24/11 15:22 Super Frugalette:

    I had a lady approach me at Starbucks letting me know that I had toilet paper coming out of my pants…argh!

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  • 6/25/11 23:35 Kiani:

    Oh my! One day, I was changing for PE class, and only had my super short shorts in my locker. I wore those pants for the remainder of the day, not realizing I haven’t shaved my legs in a week! Lets just say, my legs looked… scary

    :D

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  • 6/25/11 23:46 Hofken:

    An embarrassing situation I’ve had in the name of beauty involved shiny red lipstick, a frilly blouse and a windy morning. Needless to say, the blouse blew up in my face and I “wore” red lipstick all over the front of me the rest of the day.

    Cynthia.Richardson@azbar.org

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  • 6/26/11 14:53 kim:

    I went through most of a work day which included several visits to client’s homes with a big chunk of lipstick on my front tooth.

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  • 9/26/11 20:24 lola:

    I wore a water bra to school and it somehow leaked and i didnt noticed untill this boy said WHOA WE SPRUNG A LEAK and then the teacher told me i had to walk around w/ half a boobie for a day and I had to wear the wet shirt

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