I'm not much of a girly girl. Like not at all. I own more chucks and vans than high heels. I think I own one possibly two dresses. Four at the very most, but I really only wear one of them, and I've only worn it once.
My daily make up routine consists of mascara. Sometimes. And on a really good day, eye shadow. But let's not get crazy.
I got blind sided the other day and went to a Mary Kay party. I wanted to crawl into a corner and silently weep because their skin regimen consists of THIRTEEN steps. THIRTEEN. Including five eye creams. I don't know why you'd even use one eye cream (I don't even know what eye cream is, I mean obviously it's lotion for the eyes (or rather the skin around the eyes.....?!??!??!!!) but what purpose does it serve? Can't that skin be lump summed into the face and therefore face lotion would also work?!) let alone five. Woof.
And all of that is BEFORE the foundation and powder and blush and three eye shadows and everything like such as. Come on.
I'm sorry, but I'd rather sleep an extra hour and I'd rather put that money aside for a house mortgage. And just forget about transporting all of that makeup around in a make up trunk on wheels, because we all know how I feel about rollie backpacks.
I've only recently ventured in to the world of earrings and nail painting. I still feel a little awkward doing it. Like it's not really me, ya know?
I have some friends and old roommates that totally rock the glammed up look. Everything possible including big poofy hair, because you know what they say. The bigger the hair, the closer to God.
But that's them, and they look good. I feel like if I were to go out in heels and teased hair and big flashy jewelry people would run in sheer terror.
But why do those things have to define femininity?
Now, I wouldn't say I'm a tom boy either. I don't love sports. I'll play, but I'm not going to promise mad skillz. I also think that I still can't quite pull off every look on this web site, but it seems to fit me and my personality much more.
So maybe I can't rock heels and a little black dress. But rather skinny jeans, vans and a plaid shirt. While still managing to look like a girl.
Did you know that I'm in love/obsessed with plaid? Serisouly. It's ridiculous.
I'm a sucker for boys that pull off plaid. I'd be 100% done for if you wear plaid, a good pair of jeans, shoes of your choice (preferably something in the sneaker family. Vans, chucks, etc.) and black square glasses. If you speak Spanish, then there really is no hope for m