Beauty Goal Complete

I am a sucker for makeup! ALL THE TIME, I am wearing makeup! From the moment I wake up, I put make up on & before I go to bed I take it off. 

My make up routine consists of:

  • Moisturiser
  • Primer
  • Foundation
  • Concelear
  • Mascara
  • Eyebrow Product
  • Blush
  • Setting Spray

I’ve always wanted to remove ONE, just at least ONE for ONE day & see how I go. 

The lead up to doing this has been quite hard, I was thinking what will people think of me, will people think I am ugly, what if they’ll make fun of me. 

The product I chose was: EYEBROW PRODUCT

I said to myself I just want to try for ONE day to not put this eyebrow product on & see how things go & have natural eye brows for the day. 

This was last Monday 08/05/2017, today is 15/05/2017, 8 days later & I still haven’t put eyebrow product on! 

I thought I’d barely do one day, let alone 8 days! *pats self on back* 

To some, this may not mean anything but to me this is a very big step as I feel the need to ALWAYS have make up on due to self image issues (that I am working on) 

Beauty goal, complete! ✅ Now, to remove another makeup product. 

43 thoughts on “Beauty Goal Complete

      1. absolutely, I am used to not wearing makeup everyday , i just prefer to work on my skincare rather than “hide” although there’s nothing wrong to put on makeup if u want to feel a bit confident , but it depends on each individual , some people do have some skin issues and prefer to put on make up to feel better , and there’s nothing wrong with that.

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  1. I used to wear lots of make up too. I felt very ugly without. Little by little I also stopped. It also helped that I was transitioning to college where I’d meet new people so it wouldn’t such a drastic change for the people around me or get comments like you look so tired. Today the only thing I apply after showering is coconut oil. It’s taken years for me to feel comfortable in my bare skin but it’s possible to get there. 😊

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  2. That’s so good! I’ve seen people do they’re eyebrows amazing with products and I’ve never worked out how to do them so I get sooo worried about how they look aha! It’s awesome you can take stuff out of your beauty routine and rock it xx

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  3. I loved reading this! I have so many beauty products that I rely on and so many I have just lying around. I started trying to actually finish things to slowly eliminate them from my collection. It’s called panning and that might be a strategy that you could try in order to stop using products 🤔 Finish them up and don’t repurchase them.. good luck with your goals though 🙌🏼 (you can find out more examples of panning on my blog too or feel free to ask me if you have any questions!)

    -Brittany

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  4. I seem to be the opposite of everyone. I’m in my mid thirties and I’m just starting to wear makeup. Before I would put on concealer and maybe a little eyeliner or mascara. Now I wear so much product it’s ridiculous. I blame YouTube. I watch all these makeup tutorials and I want to try things out for myself. Now I’m scared I’m going to become addicted. I should stop this while I still can! Oh, but all the pretty colors. I fear it’s too late for me.

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    1. Haha, if you’re only getting into it now – embrace it! Enjoy it 🙂 I blame YouTube as well I am constantly watching makeup tutorials & buying crazy products. You are aware – so I don’t think you’ll become addicted.

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  5. Awesome! I’ve struggled with this myself, and it has always frustrated me. Makeup can be pretty expensive, too. Like others have said, I’ve been trying to work on getting healthier skin and worrying less about the eye makeup and such. A long journey, though!

    I wanted to mention I tagged you in the Versatile blogger award post 🙂 https://tiredmindtypingfingers.wordpress.com/2017/05/12/the-versatile-blogger-award/

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  6. I have done this myself! Not a lot of people understand the addiction to makeup especially when you are insecure of your bare face. I am confident you can continue to do this and will be able to go full on with no makeup on!! Keeping going! Would love to see future post of how your progress goes!

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  7. I used to wear full makeup…foundation, concealer, everything. But now I find it dries my skin out sooo much. So I barely wear any. On a daily basis, i simply wash my face and put on moisturizer. If I’m going out, I use my regular moisturizer and a tinted moisturizer, then eye liner, shadow, mascara, lip colour. I don’t bother with blush.

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  8. That’s cool that you are trying to cut back on the makeup. Personally, I’ve never been good at it so I’ve been concentrating on skincare. My skin has gotten to the point that I rarely wear anything past foundation. I hope you can get there, too.

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  9. Completely understand! It can be such a huge step. 5-6 years ago I ALWAYS had to wear makeup and dress nicely, even if I wasn’t leaving the house. Once I fell pregnant that went out the window. I did however still put makeup on, it took about maybe 3 years to not give a damn when I went out in public without makeup. And about 4-5 years to even go to functions, families and friends houses without even thinking of putting effort into doing makeup. I think I blame depression for that part I’m not sure, because part of me wants to wear it, I still get self conscious about how I look to others some days, but the feeling of makeup on my face is uncomfortable now.

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      1. You’re welcome 🙂 it will be weird at first! It’ll feel like everyone’s looking at you, but I don’t think people really are. I think the only people thatll have a second look are those who always see you with makeup. Another thing I do when I’m not feeling super great without makeup is put JUST mascara on. So my face still feels naked, but my eyelashes are at least still rocking it 😂

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  10. This is so good. I don’t use much to begin with but this inspires me to maybe use a little less of what I already do or completely emit another product. Maybe try emitting primer next? I’ve heard that sometimes primer and moisturiser clash, and that moisturiser works well to prime the skin anyway.

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      1. I’ve never really used anything directly as a substitute for primer, and I’ve only just started moisturising. I’ve started using a colour corrector (I think that’s what they’re called) from Lush mixed with one of their moisturisers which don’t really require a primer. But when I was using more traditional foundations I found that simply a clean face worked really well for me. Obviously, it depends on the person though.

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