Now, I have to state the obvious. Of course there are many interpretations of make up. Beauty really is in the eye of the beholder when it comes to this art form. I know I have to tread lightly here. But please remember, you are on my blog reading a post called, “How To Not Suck At Foundation”; I wrote this piece, but I did not lead you here.
Okay, a little TMI. I’m a former stinky person. What can I say? puberty hit me like a ton of bricks. I know how embarrassing it can be. For some people, the problem can need more than a little bit of body spray.
When you have no idea what to buy to begin with, what ends up happening is you end up purchasing skin care based on how fancy the name sounds, the shape of the bottle or how “beautifying” the formula claims to be. Cosmetic companies rely on the public’s ignorance for profit; it’s the cornerstone of their market. I’m not saying that all cosmetic companies are poisoning the public by any means, in fact, most brands do offer some great skin benefiting products. But there is a large chance that a good chunk of your products at this very moment are breaking good health guidelines for your skin. These could even be products you love. If you have skin care products rotating in your routine that break some of these rules I’m about to tell you, there is a high chance you are doing more harm than good and what’s the point in that?