I recently bought some mineral makeup and the woman selling it to me went on and on about how you don't know it's on. I can still feel it. It's lighter but I definitely know it is on. My skin feels dirty with makeup...any makeup.
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05-07-2012 18:22 #51-
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05-07-2012 18:26 #52
Only for very special occasions, so maybe 3 or 4 times a year. Can't be bothered. My skins not great but I don't have to look at me so I don't care.
Work is lucky if I brush my hair...
05-07-2012 18:26 #53-
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Oh and I had no confidence but decided to stop wearing it whwn my oldest asked me why I wore it everyday for and I couldn't answer her with any answer that I was happy with. So I stopped wearing it and some days I had to force myself to leave the house and I still have the odd day where I put it on because I just feel so hideous (adult acne) but mostly I don't even think about it any more. When we go on holidays I don't even pack it!
05-07-2012 18:29 #54
Nope. Last time I wore makeup was my wedding day
05-07-2012 18:38 #55
I wear make up with sunscreen in it so I pretty much put it on nearly every time i leave the house. I usually wear a bit of blush and mascara too or I feel I look a bit washed out with just foundation. To work or going out to see friends I'll generally also add eyeliner and/or lipstick.
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05-07-2012 18:41 #56
05-07-2012 18:52 #57
Only if I'm seeing DH.
I'm the most useless woman ever, I only make an effort to attract the one I already have. If I'm going out without DH, I don't give a damn.
I put my hair in rough plaits, no makeup, dimple piercings stay as plain balls. I'll only bother brushing my teeth, that's it.
But when I'm seeing DH, I do full face makeup, brush my hair, curl my bangs, change my piercings to the amethyst ended ones and wear my nicest clothes.
I know he sees me every morning and every night without makeup, and loves me exactly the same whether I'm all dolled up or not....but it matters to me. I like looking nice for him.
05-07-2012 19:02 #58
Yep it's part of my daily routine. I get up just after dd2 early morning feed so 5/5.30am and shower/Dress/make up/hair for the day. That way I'm ready for whatever happens
My daily uniform is a denim skirt/shorts/jeans with a pretty shirt +\- cardi. I then pop an apron over for dealing with the babies. This way when I have to leave I can just ditch the apron. I do take it further and colour coordinate my accessories.
Daily make up includes sunscreen, powder foundation, eyeliner, mascara and eyeshadow if it's matches my accessories. I straighten my fringe daily and fix my hair so it's presentable.
Whole process takes 20-30min and it keeps me going on days that absolutely suck.
05-07-2012 19:25 #59-
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I love makeup, and seriously have tons of it, but don't wear it often. Expecially when I'm exercising. If I know I'll be somewhere I will be photographed then I wear some. If DP and I are going on a date, or I am going somewhere for a special occasion I do myself up.
I used to wear alot, but that's because I needed to because of the line of work I was in(beauty), when I go back i'll go back to wearing makeup, but even then it is usually just a good tinted moisturiser, tinted stains for cheeks and lips and mascara. I prefer the natural/subtle look over dramatic - unless the occasion calls for it, but I feel uncomfortable if I am caked in makeup.
05-07-2012 19:43 #60
Makeup is bliss.
I'll go without it for a few days, pop it on, and feel like a new woman.
If I just want to duck out, I love putting on bright red lippy, find it makes everything sort of stand out. When I wear it daily, it sort of becomes habitual :/ the effect of feeling like a million dollars goes out the window.
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