Well, I don't really like to wear too much makeup because I think that it looks unflattering. Here's my whole routine:
~ Wash My Face with Clean N Clear(morning face wash)
~ Neutrogena Oil-Free Moisturizer
~ I only use concealer if I need to cover up any redness on my face, or maybe dark under eye circles, but I usually just skip this step.
~I get oily/dry skin at random times, usually oily. MY SKIN IS SO UNPREDICTABLE! Nevertheless, I use my powder, which is the Stay Matte from revlon.
~Blush/Bronzer ( sometimes )
~ GreatLash clear gel (for brows and lashes)
~ Milani Eye Liner in Charcoal
It depends on the jurisdiction the person lives in. But in most cases it would not be permitted by Social Services unless the 16 year old was emancipated or perhaps in a private school situation where adult supervision was close at hand.
First, there is likely a criminal penalty and the minor can sue them for conversion of funds.
I am not an attorney or legal specialist. But If you are receiving child support at 20 are you receiving back child support owed from years that the parent skipped while you were a child? If you are receiving back child support then I would think not. If you are still receiving child support on your self at 20 and are pregnant , I would think that it would stop. Being pregnant is an adult action. I am not sure what state you live in but I would check the Divorce decree of your parents .
AnswerIf you (or actually, I guess your parent) still receive child support at 20, then I imagine it's because you're still in school. If that's the case, and you remain in school and do not become 'emancipated' (for example through marriage), then I don't think a pregnancy would have any effect on the child support order. Check with a local attorney.
Job or no job, 18 is the legal age in most states to move out. Unless your parents complain, the police won't bother enforcing the law.