During my teen years I was blessed with basically spotless milky skin. Now I'm twenty and earlier this year I developed a mild case of rosacea caused by stress and too high estrogen level. Now my face is constantly flushed, on my better days my cheeks are rosy, but sometimes they turn flaming red. I'd cope with that though, the problem is that my vessels started to show up too. Tried to take a pic, but doesn't really show the problem. The thing is that I have tiny red lines on my cheeks, you can clearly see them from up close, from a distance they look blotchy and in my opinion unhealthy. I'm really insecure about it, soon I'm going to uni and I'm afraid that people will judge me because of that. I can easily cover it with makeup, even though I hate wearing full face and unfortunately I can't cure it. I'm just wondering, how much does the imperfect skin influence your perception of a girl? Thanks!
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One of the most beautiful girls I know has a tendency to blush quite like you described it. And every time she smiles it's more obvious, and when she's doing sports it's even more obvious. That doesn't matter at all. I'd see it as a feminine trait, which is great tbh. As for the vessels, It might make you insecure but honestly I wouldn't worry about it too much. You have to remember that we're always our own worst critic. We worry about things and blow them way out of proportion. You said you couldn't even get a good picture of the issue. A girl who looks good without "a mild case of Rosacea" will not suddenly become unattractive because of what you've described here.2