I have been dreaming about dying my hair and the wonderful outcome and consequences it would bring into my life. I would become more confident! It will lighten up my face! I’ll be glowing and smiley and so much better than my current self! People will stop me on the sidewalk and compliment my radiant glow! Or…not.
Slowly, but surely, there’s been developments with my makeup journey! I bought a new eyelash curler, concealer, new lipstick and I wore lipstick outside. Hurrah! Plus, I’m being a little braver wearing makeup outside! It’s been a slow journey but my confidence in wearing makeup outside has definitely developed since this summer.
During the end of the summer of 2016, there was a point where I was absolutely OBSESSED with my skin. My skin was acting up- way more than usual. There were bumps all over my forehead that I absolutely hates, and I also had more pimples around my eyebrows. I felt awful, although my skin probably wasn’t horrific, I just hated the bumps that never left. Continue reading
So many people love Nadine for different things.
My reason can be seen as completely superficial:
I love Nadine the most for her looks.
I had the most fantastic skin from my birth to the end of my sophomore year of high school. All I did was wash it with Dove soap, put a little moisturizer, and bam! Baby smooth, pure as a babies bottom, supple skin. I gloated at the fact that I had a two-step routine that didn’t include any fancy cleansers and people still complimented me on my skin.
And then the summer before Junior year killed my face. I murdered it with my own lazy ass.
And this isn’t a post to help you with skincare, this is a post that will follow my confused skincare journey.
I have the “watch-something-but-never-attempt-to-do-it-syndrome”. As you can tell with the title, I have a problem with makeup. There was one comment on youtube that summed up my situation pretty well:
Watching makeup tutorials is like watching a cooking show knowing that you’ll make a sandwich in the end. (or something like that)