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how to stop wearing makeup Anonymous 18526

>no more washing makeup brushes
>less breakouts
>faster mornings

I no longer care about achieving clear skin/eliminating. Just trying to embrace my human face.

Anonymous 18527

Replace makeup with a skin care routine. It takes little time and is much healthier.

Anonymous 18530

You don't have to go all in, you know?

Anonymous 18534

I stopped wearing makeup everyday/every time I went out. I probably wear it once a week at most. Easily one of the best decisions I've made in recent years tbh. You just get used to your natural face after enough time. Sometimes when I wear makeup now I feel like I look worse lol. I still enjoy wearing makeup from time to time because it can be fun, but wearing it everyday became such a pain and made me hate it.
>those are so confusing… and take literally more time and money
All I do now is wash my face and put on sunscreen in the morning. At night I wash my face and use a moisturizer. That's a total of 3 products all of which can be bought at drug stores so it's not as bad as you think.

Anonymous 18535

Same. Cold water, tonic, moisturizer. Rinse and repeat. Except I don't use sunscreen.

Anonymous 18536

get a filter that softens hard water

Anonymous 18555

I recently cut my hair, and it frames my face much more nicely than my old hairstyle. I feel like I don't have to put on eye makeup to emphasise my eyes and 'balance' out my face. I've been looking in the mirror at 3am when I get up for a piss, and feeling happy with what I see.

Skincare and weight management are the obvious answers, but getting a new hairstyle is a surprisingly helpful way to find more confidence in your face itself.

How do you usually style your makeup? What 'illusions' are you trying to create?

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