I’ve worn very little makeup almost all my life.
Up until a few months ago, I wore a little eyeshadow, eyeliner, and mascara. Occasionally, I’d put on some lipstick. I’m really lucky to have naturally good skin (thanks, Dad), so it wasn’t hard for me to get away with wearing no foundation or concealer.
But over the winter, I started to notice that my skin was starting to look a little bit. . . not 17 anymore.
I figured it was probably time to start wearing more makeup than your average 12-year-old, but I had zero idea where to even start.
I didn’t know, though, that Sephora did free makeup classes. They were super super helpful and I especially appreciated that they walked me through all the steps to do it myself (there’s nothing worse than leaving and thinking, “Well, I have zero ability to ever do that on my own, but I do look good right this minute”).
Besides ditching the bottom lash mascara, my other newest discovery is lipstick (I know – how revolutionary am I?). In fact, I included it last week in my post about ways to improve an outfit in 10 seconds or less.
And now I finally understand why people totally love makeup. I’m only about 20 years slow.