My parents have been buying me a whole lot of clothes lately because I'm growing so fast. I feel like I'm asking for too much, so when I want something beauty and clothes related, I buy it with my own money. For example, I just bought a set of curlers. But then, my parents say I don't have to pay for it and then they pay for it. I need (I think I need) some skin care products, but I don't want to ask because they spend so much money on me already. I don't want to buy them myself because then my parents say I don't have to pay for them and they pay for them themselves. I also might mention that I have nine siblings, just FYI. What should I do?
You should be appreciative of and grateful for your doting parents and not be overly concerned with accruing debt, unless they're not in the sort of financial state to afford generosity. There's a book called "the five love languages", which lists this as one form of expression; haven't read it, but principally it sounds right. Parents wish to grant their offspring the best starting point ere life becomes a source of stacked burdens.
Other than that, if you have nine siblings, familial inheritance grants most acquisitions a higher bang for buck. I for one have almost never bought clothes, save for undergarments, due to handouts from cousins covering every other aspect of necessity. If you're the eldest, have care in preserving your belongings and pass down that which has fallen out of use.
If skin care is important to you, then get it. The social value and confidence granted by application of such products outweigh their cost; so long as you're not buying into expensive brand names or harmful substances.