The creepy, crazy, horrific makeup stylings of Australian artist Kiana Jones.
Makeup is a tool, to enhance beauty and positive affirmations, not to hide the negative away. Because ultimately, it’s inner beauty and happiness that shines through, and that’s more stunning than any amount of sparkling highlighter.
The only way to change that was to challenge myself to get out of my comfort zone. So I called in my boyfriend, Chad, to hold me accountable.
Every pore on your skin, the shape of your cheekbones, the length of your lashes and the way your lip curls when you smile are unique to you and only you; and are ultimately the things that make you beautiful.
At this point every insecurity is screaming “no”. I’m thinking to myself, “I’m too fat for him. My nose is huge and my skin is being everything but easy to work with. I need to get the beauty filter from snapchat onto my face permanently, in real life”.
Shut up and take my money.
So what do I use to fight acne? Let me tell you!!!
The following is what I do on the days when I want to look put together and like my “best self.” Because yes! I am insecure and don’t feel good about my appearance without makeup! What fun!
When I first got this I was like, ‘um why did I just buy a twenty something dollar powder? Who do I think I am, Beyonce?’ But then I tried it, and kind of felt like how Beyonce probably feels every day.
Here’s how to finally get that seemingly effortless glow you’ve always wanted.