Hey guys! So, this morning, I got to work and noticed that I had a Facebook notification from my friend Megh. She had linked me an article from Buzzfeed about contouring that I am used in (from a really old tutorial that I did on contouring which is not so great). Being on Buzzfeed for makeup is pretty much one of the worst things that can happen self esteem wise. Maybe that sounds contradictory for those of you who don't read the comments on Buzzfeed, but essentially my face is going to be oggled by thousands of people who know nothing about makeup, hate makeup, think that women use makeup to lie to people, people who love makeup, people who think I'm horrifically ugly, etc.
I've already read a comment saying that "Whoa, nothing can save #7" (I'm image number 7), so I'm really feeling the love from this article.
It shouldn't matter much to me what anyone has to say about my face, especially when they're hiding behind a keyboard, but it's not something that I can ignore completely. I've received my fair share of hate and hurtful comments from running this blog which is why I changed comments from anonymous to registered about a year ago.
Anyhow, the whole point is that I'm aware of this article, I'm aware of the lovely things that people have to say, and I'm ok with it.
If you want to see the article, you can click here.
EDIT: I just want to thank everyone who has said such nice things to me either through a comment here, a text, a Facebook message, whatever. It means a lot to me that my readers are so cool and nice and have my back. Running a blog can be shitty from time to time, but it's amazing to know how many people read this and respect me for it. Thank you all so much!