Two years ago I've stopped wearing makeup. I didn't do it to make a statement or with some other particular reason in mind. I just felt that I don't need it anymore.
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Dont wear makeup - - flying cheapIf I covered them up, I wouldn't be or feel the same. The most important reason though is that if I DID know how to properly apply it and it didn't make my eyes water, because I have questionable self esteem, eventually I would only love myself when I put my "face" on. Jessie: As far as acting jobs.
The most I'd put if there was no special occasion is a little eyeliner if I was feeling pale. No misogyny, misandry, transphobia, ageism, racism, general assholery, invalidation, or otherwise hateful or disrespectful commentary. Be specific: ask a general question, get a general answer. So I hoist those bad boys up whenever I leave government shutdown helpful information house. But not if my coworkers started wearing it. Once I started working from home all effort went out the window. I'm struggling with that right. I don 't know. Jessie: I think my mom was a positive role model. In my experience, the guys that I have dated, they were like, "I love that you don't wear makeup, dont wear makeup. I wear it on special occasions, concerts. I loathe those friends who have become so dependent on makeup and so accustomed to how their fave looks with it that they can't leave the house without it. I don't really think my skin is wrong and needs "correcting". I like to wake up and not have to do too. Jessie: I just feel like it's a great metaphor for being me. So I brought a makeup kit and got to work on making myself as pretty as I could possibly be. I love interacting with people, that's my work. I don't have or patience for faffing around with make-up every day.
Why I don't wear make up