In My Skin…With a Little Help

Whenever I put on makeup, I always feel like I have no clue with what I’m doing. I just throw on some colors, blend and hope it works out.

A couple of weeks ago, Jernell and I did an IG Live with Erica who was a guest on our podcast. Correction: Jernell and Erica did the Live while I watched. We didn’t realize three people couldn’t be in a live together so I just watched and commented.

Even though there isn’t much need to wear makeup during these times I still like a little something in my face to look out together.

Erica gave us a tip for filling our eyebrows: start on the outside and work your way in. Use the eyebrow brush to blend. Game. Changer.

I’ve always been working on not holding my lid when I apply eyeshadow and not being so forceful when applying shadow (basically not making the eyelid move so much when apply color).

Aaaannd, I finally found a blush that works with my skin tone and how to properly apply it!

I absolutely hate taking selfies and photos of myself but at 36 it’s about time to start getting comfortable in my skin.

Living in Columbia, South Carolina and using this blog as my space to share a little insight into my life in what I'm making on the sewing machine, knitting needles, crochet hooks, in the kitchen, and elsewhere.

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