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!!
Skincare is serious. And makeup is fun!
What I mean by that is that I can’t do without skincare. I can’t not protect, cleanse and moisturize my skin.
But I can leave my house without even the slightest bit of makeup. And I’m fine. I don’t have a complex around how my face looks without makeup.
Previously I had stated that I am “not all that crazy” about asian beauty brands. And I’m still not all that crazy about them.
But! I am giving them more of a go. Especially now that I’ve been dabbling more with makeup.
With skincare, I don’t like my products to be loaded with so many random synthetic chemicals.
And to me this often seems to be the case with asian brands.
But with makeup, I’m not too picky yet about how natural or synthetic my makeup can be. Mainly because I don’t use that much makeup.