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How To Make My Makeup Look Natural

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I desperately need a makeover, but...
I desperately need a makeover, but...
DON'T TOUCH THE HAIR. I've spent the last 2 years growing it back out after 2 different stylists got way too happy with the scissors. It's going gray up in the front near my temples and forehead, but I'm one of those 'grow old gracefully' kind of women, and refuse to ever dye my hair. This is its natural color, and I'm damn proud to be a redhead. This was at Smith Rock. My boyfriend took this. I look happy here, but I was really, really, REALLY tired that day. And the day after that, and the next week, and... and... So upon my boyfriend's request, I got tested for diabetes (though I argued that I felt more like my blood sugar was too low). I was going in for a thyroid test anyway, so I figured what the hell. My thyroid died on me last winter, and we've been adjusting the dose and retesting until it's the right amount. It's finally the right amount, and I don't have diabetes. Yay!! That's great news! However, my cholesterol is 210 and my LDL is high. That's bad, but at least I can fix that. My doctor says to lose weight and exercise. I'm well aware of my weight, unfortunately. I lost a bunch last summer but it came back when my thyroid died. The problem is, I've had absolutely ZERO energy lately. Weak, tired, lightheaded, dizzy, frequent trips to the bathroom, craving salt, a crazy intolerance to the heat, and other weird, obscure symptoms. I thought I was just going crazy or getting really old really fast, but it turns out there's a reason for all of that. Apparently I've almost worked myself to death in a very literal sense. :( I've been in school for 3 years-- the last year and a half has been really difficult with the teenager-- and the last school year of 2009-10 was just HELL. I know I've mentioned before the 9 months of an average of 2-4 hours of sleep every night. People say, "You are amazing... I don't know how you do it." You know how? Coffee. Lots and lots of coffee. And adrenaline. When you're a mom with two kids and working graveyard at a job that really sucks ass, you do what you can to get the hell out of there. And for me, that means going to school full time and busting my ass to graduate with honors. But with a high, continuous stream of adrenaline and cortisol comes wearing out of the adrenal glands. I had NO idea... the thought hadn't even entered my mind. It's called "Adrenal Insufficiency" or "Adrenal Fatigue." It causes all those weird symptoms. It's actually pretty debilitating. My blood sugar had dipped down into the 40s, and I just now got it up into the 80s after eating a meal. So I'm taking small amounts of DHEA throughout the day for now, until some herbal supplements get shipped to me that I'm going to try. The DHEA is a steroid, and I don't want to take steroids for too long. But I had to do SOMETHING. I Could. Not. Function. It didn't manifest itself until school got out for the summer and I quit my job, so once the stress levels (and adrenaline and cortisol) dipped, then it hit me. And hard. The lesson here is this: You can't be everything to everyone, no matter how hard you try. Don't spread yourself too thin, and don't try to do too much. They say stress isn't good for your body, but does anybody really listen and heed that warning? Take it from me-- it's true. I don't really like this picture much because it makes my head look weirdly shaped and my nose look big, but I'm not so self conscious that I really care too much what other people think. So here I am. I do wear makeup sometimes, and I look a lot better with it. I just can't see making myself look nice for the big rocks, you know?
Day 91- Beauty
Day 91- Beauty
There are so many things I could say on beauty. Let me start with my own. This is a copy and paste from my blog last month. I've been told I'm beautiful, I'm pretty, I'm adorable, I'm cute etcetc la la la. I get it - you all think I'm somewhat attractive. Here's where I pathetically try to explain to you why it's so hard for ME to call myself beautiful. 1. I was an awkward pre-teen. You would've had to have seen me to understand how awkward I was. I grew up in a sheltered Guyanese household. My parents were never ones to get drunk and throw parties. They were the Christian family, going to church every Sunday. I developed ridiculously early for a girl and I didn't know how to cope with the fact that I looked so different from every other girl my age. I had acne and I was chubby. To make it worse, I was smart. I called attention to myself, even though I didn't want it. I made friends because of my personality, but lookswise? I was a mess. For about 3 years, I thought I was one of the ugliest people alive. I've since grown into my looks and my personality. My hair has finally defined most of it's curls, unless it's straight, in which case it waves as shown above. My face thinned out, I started exercising and put my unwanted attention talent into making friends. There are curves in all the right places and are for some odd reason, even when I get a pimple, it looks natural (for the most part.) However, it doesn't stop the fact that there's a part of me that's terrified I'm still an ugly monster from three years ago. 2. I really am an ugly person. I mean this. I have a horrible horrible personality underneath what you see. I am spiteful, I say horrible things to my brother and I lie to my parents. I judge people too often, although I always leave that open to change. I get upset when my mom doesn't cook food I like and often, I throw things around my room. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I will never, ever be beautiful in my own eyes. That's why I need someone to hold me and tell me that I do, so that even though I can't think it, I know they will. Then there's the whole make-up stuff. Honestly, I have some of the stuff and I hardly use it. The first picture is me without makeup. The next three use lipstick, mascara & eyeshadow. The last two are adjustments of my hair. It really makes no difference. I look the same. From my point of view, make-up is just a confidence booster for girls. I didn't have an idea for today, so I just went with what came first. Also, I'm having one of the worst days of my life. I can't even walk right now :(

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