In the picture with the dress, I think this bruise is just a very smokey eye makeup or what bruise do you mean? I just can see the little one at the back of her neck
Other Anon: Actually, I don’t think that’s a bruise, it doesn’t look like one to me. In the article it talks how the makeup designer kept saying how he was trying very hard not to make Harley be beautiful, so it’s most likely just messy, scary makeup, I highly doubt that’s a bruise.
I’ll say it like this, mostly I would agree with you both but this is a smokey eye:
This is the bruise:
It looks exactly the same as the bruise she has around her eye at the end of the movie here:
Do you see what I mean? Where the makeup ends and the bruise begins? Idk that’s just my opinion. There’s a point where the makeup stops and the bruise begins.
On her neck? I think what you’re seeing is a shadow. Or are you talking about this?
Honestly that looks like either a scratch or a kiss mark or something like that to me, but I don’t think it was intentional for the scene.
I, like most women, have thighs that rub. (Let’s face it, EVERY size person his this issue. You can be a size 4 and still have thighs that rub!)
When summer time comes along I used to look at my cute dresses and skirts and shudder. I knew by the end of the day that I would be facing chafing so bad that there would be places that would bleed. Yes, bleed.
Some things helped, deodorant would work only IF you did it before, but not for long.
Baby powder was great! But it was a mess and I needed to reapply.
Then I heard of this magic from my friends in my running group.
This and other kinds like it is called Runner’s Glide. It’s made to prevent blisters and chafing AND can heal them too. No joke, one week after using this stuff my skin was completely healed.
Think about it, it’s designed for people who are going to run 26 miles and SWEAT! That means it’s water proof and sweat proof. Oil free as well.
Thigh chafing is the reason I go to this item immediately, but men and women can use this for ALL kinds of chafing (guys you know what I mean). I’ve also heard it works great with preventing blisters.
I am a size 20, I LOVE to wear dresses and ever since I starting using this I have NEVER had an issue with chafing. And one stick has lasted me a whole year! I haven’t tried the other kinds, so please let me know if you have. Also, there is a “men’s” version but I can’t find any difference between the two except the color of the stick.