Someone I know today was talking about how she was worried she wouldnt be beautiful on her wedding day and I said "every women is beautiful on their wedding day", what I almost said was "you're beautiful every other day why wouldnt you be beautiful on your wedding day?".
Under eye concealer, mascara, on days when I'm shiny and red a touch of powder. I only wear what you could call "a lot" of mascara, but it doesn't clump and it doesn't make me look like a raccoon. I just want my eyes to really stand out.
Natural looks best in everyday situations, that is if the natural look isnt something that needs to be hidden with make up. Some make up in more special situations can be a good thing, but generally my attitude is that i want to see the girl, not paint.. Lipstick can look good on some girls tho. I still voted natural
"Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
— C.G. Jung
I don't often wear make-up but when I do I enjoy being pretty into it and can get experimental. I'll often go with a safe bet though. When I wear make-up it's usually part of a larger act... e.g a interview of some sort or a new social interaction. So yeah, not very often at all.
"We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"
I am clearly a natural one. I don't use make up to go to the post-office, to have my car repaired and so on
(even if I dream I sleep with my banker I don't use some when I have an appointment there !).
I don't need to smile in most of those cases (I meant to have my car repaired, not to sleep with the banker).
I use make-up when I know I'm gonna take some pictures with my friends, when I have a date, and when I go out and I know I'm gonna be somewhat of "the center of attention".
It is a way to say : I care for myself, I care for the ones I love. You like my smile with gloss ?
Yes I love my dear ones to tell me they love my smile even if I have some salad stuffs between my teeth
So with gloss it can help. Probably sx subtype.
ALL THAT WE SEE OR SEEM TO BE IS BUT A DREAM WITHIN A DREAM