It is okay to not want to wear make up.

Hello, darlings.

This blog post is about make up and why it is okay to not want to conform to wearing it.

I would be lying if I said I was not a massive lover of make up. I have a tendency to  usually wear it on a daily basis, not only for my self-esteem, but also because I honestly enjoy wearing it and have a passion for it.

A large amount of people usually have a postive viewpoint, regarding the use of makeup, and many men and women wear it around the world. It is a wonderful way for people to express themselves and their creativity, on their face.

We do, however, forget that society is now starting to show judgement towards those who choose not to wear makeup; it’s like the scale of positivity is always unbalanced. It is perfectly okay for someone to choose whether to or not to wear makeup. What is not okay is to judge someone on what they decide to wear on their body. This goes for piercings and tattoos as well as there appears to be a large amount of stigma around that too.

There are a variety of reasons why a person may feel like they do not want to wear makeup and they should not be criticised  for that. We’re all trying to express ourselves, independently, and that doesn’t mean that everyone needs to do that in the same way. What I am trying to get across here is that every individual should be allowed to be their own self and choose how to define that (As long as it does not hurt other people, obviously.)

If you feel comfortable wearing make up, that is great!! But it is also great to feel comfortable with wearing no make up. Especially in the modern day, we end up focusing on other people, rather than ourselves. Do what makes you happy and let other people do exactly that too. Let the world be a more positive place. ❤

Rhi. X

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