Before the days of the Internet, I used to set aside a small sum each month to purchase hard copy magazines. Some of them are female-centric content, while others are on home improvement or entertainment. But since I-don’t-know-when, I’ve stopped purchasing them altogether. The only magazines I still read are those at the hair salons and in a way, I’m glad for this change because I no longer have to deal with the sentimental issue of magazine disposals.
I’m still on a blogging hiatus because of some work I need to clear off but I miss this space and wanted to say hello! Since I was going to say hello, I thought I might as well just ask you a quick question regarding your preference of eye products as it’s something that I’ve been mulling over recently.
Do you use makeup regularly? It’s pretty time consuming isn’t it? I mean, even the most basic makeup needs at least 5 minutes of your time. So wouldn’t it nice if you don’t have to apply makeup and still look great the moment you wake up from your bed? Well, this is actually possible if you’ve got permanent makeup on. Yes, makeup that you cannot wash off with just cleanser and water. Just imagine the amount of time you can save on applying and removing makeup to your eyebrow, eyeliner and lipstick!
Don’t judge a book by the cover! Yeah, who are we kidding? Come on now. For someone who blogs about beauty, I’ll be lying if I say I don’t go by what I see. In fact, I form impressions all the time based on things and people I see – some good, and some not so good. So today, I’m going to ask your opinion regarding the staff that serve you in the beauty industry, whether they are those working at the beauty counters selling cosmetics or those providing beauty therapy in beauty salons. Must they be female and must they have clear skin?