I just finished a documentary about the Catholic Church and had a really ranty post planned but I think that I will save that for another day. Serious posts take more time and often more energy to crank out than the more fun ones so we’ll keep it fun tonight. As a self-proclaimed beauty junkie and part-time beauty blogger, I’d like my readers to think that I live in this technicolor world of whimsy but often times it’s just kind of a hectic mess behind the scenes with lots of laying with my face in the couch and talking to my cats. You are presented with the more polished version of me, not the version that drops her makeup brush in her coffee cup and then just dabs it off a little before continuing to use it 😛 If you want to hear more, just keep reading:
And sometimes use it. Obviously if it smells or looks questionable, I’ll chuck it but some of my eyeshadow palettes are several years old. Some are kept for sentimental value but who uses an entire palette in a year?! Nobody. I have committed to a hard and fast disposal rule for mascara but everything else is fair game.
Sometimes this works out and sometimes it doesn’t, I find that the quality of limited edition products in gorgeous packaging is usually poor but I still haven’t learned my lesson.
Audience of 1. Seriously though, I should start a YoutTube channel seeing as how I already narrate my routine for literally no reason.
It takes me 1.5 hours to get ready for work, about 10 minutes of that is spent on my hair. The hair is just there, I don’t have time to equally commit myself to good makeup and good hair and I’m not sorry about it.
It doesn’t make any sense to me either but I don’t want people to know much about the process because it feels vain. Also, what am I supposed to say when someone asks me what eyeshadow I am wearing? It’s actually 9 different ones, Sharon. I don’t mind giving recommendations though if someone is looking for a new product just don’t ask me about my face.
Especially if I was having a good makeup day, all of that time and product just washed down the drain in seconds.
As long as it’s your own, if I have a smudge, I will absolutely just lick my finger and wipe it off. I know that you are supposed to put a little makeup remover on a cotton bud and dab it off but saliva really does work just as well.
Yea, I use it but I don’t think that it really does anything that a good moisturizer can’t do. There are some really good pore filling primers out there but skin is supposed to have pores, I have come to peace with this. Outside of pore minimizing, I have no idea what their purpose is and think it’s just something that the beauty industry has convinced us that we need.
And deodorant and hemorrhoid cream. Honestly, only a couple of times each just to see what all of the fuss was about. I tend to stick to products that are specifically meant for the face these days.
I am religious when it comes to washing my brushes so at least I’ve got that going for me 😀 Thanks for stopping by <3