If you know me, then you know how much I love getting spooked!
I love reading ghost stories. I’m always on the lookout for haunted places. And I’m a self-professed scary movie cinephile. So it’s no wonder that halloween is my most favorite holiday!
Call me a grump, but I always want halloween to be scary.
I don’t like how halloween has become this free-for-all excuse to party and get drunk. Like every other holiday. And I don’t like how just about anything can pass for a costume these days.
What happened to the spirit of Halloween?
Lately, I’ve been seeing a trend in the makeup industry that reflects a shift in social and cultural norms. And it’s a herald of things that are yet to come.
But first. Before I get into that, you should really watch this video.
No, really. Don’t read ahead until you’ve watched it!!
With all my skincare obsession, you would think that I would have the most flawless baby skin in the whole wide world.
But nope, not true.
I still struggle with blemishes. And I still get the occasional monster pimple. Or two. Usually they form right in between my eyes.
It’s THE WORST.
I do sometimes think about WHAT A FRAUD I am to be keeping a beauty blog when I don’t feel like a particularly beautiful person.