A Universe Trapped in a Labyrinth

This is my boring and interesting and teenager life spanning from age 15 to 18 (May 2015-August 2018)
Within you'll find many re-inventions of myself, boy trouble, school trouble and life trouble. (Plus interesting bits I thought I would include as well).
Do you dare to enter the maze?


105. The evolution of makeup.


7th April 2016

Makeup is somewhat of a paramount fixture in most girl’s lives. They pretty much all go through that stage of trying out their mum’s makeup with bright red lipstick and bright blue eyeshadow. Mum’s would laugh and as years progressed makeup would take a weightier fixture as girl’s figure out how to properly apply and use makeup.

I don’t quite think that happened for me. I think I matured more and I didn’t quite see the appeal in makeup. I also could not be bothered to spend a portion of my morning dedicated it when I could spend it with a cup of tea waking up properly.

Over the years there have been fluctuation in the makeup trend from, the caterpillar eyebrows to having no eyebrows at all, to having orange skin or fully contoured skin.

Last week I had a trial for my makeup for prom and got asked why I didn’t wear makeup.

The makeup asked me whether it was because:

I didn’t like makeup. I didn’t know how to apply it.

I think the truth of the matter is that my skin is so sensitive that any makeup at all will make me break out and even when makeup seems an option to cover that redness, and all that jazz, it makes it worse.

Plus the fake eyelashes she applied just does not go with glasses. They were removed as soon as I could get them.

Makeup is a good tool to make you feel beautiful and great about yourself, and it is an art form in itself. However, I don’t think it is for me, maybe I’ll just still to my vanilla lip-gloss and simple eyeliner.


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