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Postby Plavt » Wed, 10 Jan 2007 10:08 pm

xmischax wrote: no point arguing here, right? :)


No argument intended, perhaps I did not make it clear there is a lot of conflicting information regarding this and other requirements. :)

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Postby xmischax » Wed, 10 Jan 2007 10:20 pm

lol i know what you mean! :wink:

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Postby M » Wed, 10 Jan 2007 11:45 pm

To simplify, everyone has to go through the check then the jump.

You will have to walk towards the examainer. When you reach him/her, you're required to make a 360 turn for him/her to examine and thereafter, he/she will request for your hands to be examined.

After the examination, everyone gets ready for the dip and home sweet home. What are the requirements, we do not know but I know we are trying to contribute to whatever best knowledge we've got here.

If anyone decides he or she knows better without hands on experience, by all means. By the way, there was this guy whom had his chest and arms powerded with thick concealer. Reasons why, you should know? 8-)

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Postby xmischax » Wed, 10 Jan 2007 11:56 pm

M wrote:To simplify, everyone has to go through the check then the jump.

You will have to walk towards the examainer. When you reach him/her, you're required to make a 360 turn for him/her to examine and thereafter, he/she will request for your hands to be examined.

After the examination, everyone gets ready for the dip and home sweet home. What are the requirements, we do not know but I know we are trying to contribute to whatever best knowledge we've got here.

If anyone decides he or she knows better without hands on experience, by all means. By the way, there was this guy whom had his chest and arms powerded with thick concealer. Reasons why, you should know? 8-)

M :cool:


mmm. the rest said that the skin check was after the dip though. that would have be bad for that guy if his concealer was not waterproof! lol :lol:

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Postby M » Thu, 11 Jan 2007 12:06 am

xmischax wrote:mmm. the rest said that the skin check was after the dip though. that would have be bad for that guy if his concealer was not waterproof! lol :lol:


His was waterproof alright. I guess there isn't any fixed sequence. :cool:

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Postby nipnip22 » Thu, 11 Jan 2007 7:13 am

Concealer? Can that cover much? Wouldn't they be able to tell you've had concealer on? Hmmm...... :???:
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Postby xmischax » Thu, 11 Jan 2007 8:19 am

nipnip22 wrote:Concealer? Can that cover much? Wouldn't they be able to tell you've had concealer on? Hmmm...... :???:


ohh concealor, just like make up, does wonders! that is, if you know the right way to applying it :wink:

just look at celebrities like britney spears. flawless skin naturally? ohh no. it`s all with the concealer and make up.

but unless you have tattoos you needa cover up, i suggest you improve your skin rather than piling on or relying on make up and concealer. doesn`t do you good in the long run.

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Postby M » Thu, 11 Jan 2007 10:17 am

nipnip22 wrote:Concealer? Can that cover much? Wouldn't they be able to tell you've had concealer on? Hmmm...... :???:


They did question him. I thought it was some skin issue he had but only come to realise that those were tattoos.

It covered quite a large surface area and he really worked on that.

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Postby xmischax » Thu, 11 Jan 2007 7:20 pm

M wrote:
nipnip22 wrote:Concealer? Can that cover much? Wouldn't they be able to tell you've had concealer on? Hmmm...... :???:


They did question him. I thought it was some skin issue he had but only come to realise that those were tattoos.

It covered quite a large surface area and he really worked on that.

M :cool:


haha yeahh! but please choose a concealer that is your skin colour! if not you will not pass like he did. it`ll be a tad too obvious :lol:

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Postby nipnip22 » Fri, 12 Jan 2007 12:51 am

M wrote:
nipnip22 wrote:Concealer? Can that cover much? Wouldn't they be able to tell you've had concealer on? Hmmm...... :???:


They did question him. I thought it was some skin issue he had but only come to realise that those were tattoos.

It covered quite a large surface area and he really worked on that.

M :cool:


WOW! He was trying to conceal a tattoo? Great feat man I seriously wonder how he did that! So I reckon he didn't manage to get through?
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Postby nipnip22 » Fri, 12 Jan 2007 12:55 am

xmischax wrote:
M wrote:
nipnip22 wrote:Concealer? Can that cover much? Wouldn't they be able to tell you've had concealer on? Hmmm...... :???:


They did question him. I thought it was some skin issue he had but only come to realise that those were tattoos.

It covered quite a large surface area and he really worked on that.

M :cool:


haha yeahh! but please choose a concealer that is your skin colour! if not you will not pass like he did. it`ll be a tad too obvious :lol:


Yeah actually I think to conceal any imperfections on your body would be a real challenge since that's not really where people would put on make-up for unless you really have something the interviewers ain't supposed to see.. :roll:
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Postby xmischax » Fri, 12 Jan 2007 2:56 am

hah yeahh.. and concealer is not the permanent solution to whatever problem one`s got. like if you got in with the magics of your concealer, you`ll only suffer for the rest of your career covering up whatever you covered..


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