This post is probably more about my personal style than beauty per se. I’ve always tried to do things differently. I don’t know if it’s because I grew up in a working class home and we just had to make due with what we had, my family and I, or if it’s because I have some mental defect that revolts when everyone seems to flock to a thing.
When all the girls in school wore their hair straight as a bone, I left my mane wavy and thick.
When all the girls in school wore plain jeans and a t-shirt, I dressed obnoxiously in studded denim vests with patches, and mini skirts with neon tights. (Apparently, I was WAY ahead of my time. Like DEATH, the band.)
I was never afraid of glitter eyeliner and bright pink eyeshadow. Hell, I could’ve very well have been a drag queen in a past life.
That’s the punk rocker inside my heart slam dancing to her own beat. I think by doing things differently, at least thinking so at that time, that’s probably why I have an aversion to complex beauty routines or baroque make up stylings.
Which is partially why I started this blog. To show different options one can adopt into her daily routine. Simple, easy, (mostly) affordable products that help you be the best you, however you define it, so you can bend the world to your will.
I don’t think any of this made sense. Maybe…