For me, it’s important to dress consciously, lest I misconstrue the fact that Julia Nobis looks stunning in full clown makeup to mean that I probably would as well.
For an industry that fixates on perfection – in clothes, body type, skin, makeup and hair – conspicuous departures from traditional beauty tend to make us pause. And as of late, these conspicuous, defiant looks are taking shape as clowns.
Girl About Town is the universal color, it is literally flattering on every woman.
There’s no gimmicks here, and no real tricks. I swear. I’m a cosmetically-inept tomboy, so if I can do this, you definitely can.
Stare off at something pretty.
Anything with the word “eye” in it can go anywhere near an eye, right?
Do this! Don’t do that. No, wait, don’t do that either.
It’s when US Weekly photoshops a 9-month-old Prince George and when celebrities are re-touched to look like they’ve been mangled or handicapped in a tragic accident that I begin to feel uneasy.
I have more time in the mornings to sleep in and I can go to bed without washing my face and worrying about ruining my pillow. I can also cry, from sadness or joy or shock or whatever I want because I’m not spending so much of my precious time worrying about what is on my face.
Every girl has a Clinique story.