Good Skin Is Not Perfect Skin.

skinSo many of you may be looking at this extremely honest picture of  Sarah Jessica Parker thinking “WOW, What’s wrong with her skin”.  I am here to tell you that there is absolutely NOTHING wrong with her skin.  We’ve been raised to believe that pore free and wrinkle free skin is what constitutes good skin.  This is total BS!  Yes, we would love all love to have as few wrinkles as possible and pores the size of ant toes.  Unfortunately this is not realistic.  Today’s video was inspired after I saw the lash curling video.  I have ruddy Irish skin and felt somewhat embarrassed to see it in film.   So what did I do?  Find out here.

True Beauty Only Comes Through Life’s Experiences – Stephen Dimmick

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I've learnt how to not judge others by doing what I've judged others for.
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6 Responses to Good Skin Is Not Perfect Skin.

  1. This is what I have been waiting to see; The way you use the Laura Mercier concealer. I have tried using it before, and wasn’t really impressed. After watching this video, I think I was using the wrong size concealer brush. I think now I am going to give it another try. I don’t have as much red to cover as I do brown hyperpigmentation. I find that it’s so tough to cover. Any suggestions for those stubborn brown spots? Thank you so much for sharing this! Love the videos! Keep them coming. 🙂 xxoo

  2. Sandie Elsom says:

    Can’t believe how quickly your hand moves while you are doing that! You’re like a make-up machine!

  3. Anne says:

    I’m with Ellen. Taking an ambulance up to Laura Mercier as soon as I can throw some clothes on.

  4. Lindsey Garcia says:

    Great tip on the product for mature skin! It was great to see and hear you, even if through a tutorial. I need to visit the school! Miss you!

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