26 October 2017

Beauty tips for girls who hate make-up

I have a love-hate relationship with make-up. I love it, and I wear it, but I also hate how it can be too cakey sometimes, give me spots or make me look like a clown.

I've been cutting down on it recently and I have been loving it, but I will never completely stop wearing it.

I really look up to girls who don't wear make up and those who feel they don't need it. But after talking to someone who doesn't wear any make up at all, I realised that sometimes you want something to help you look fresh and awake that isn't make up.

One way of looking freshhhhh would be to create yourself a skincare routine. I know that it can be super boring, and a lot of effort is required to tone, exfoliate, moisturise, and all that good stuff. But I have cut it down to moisturiser and spot cream. Its worked wonders! I still do a face mask or an exfoliating scrub now and again, but having it simple makes it easier to maintain a good routine! if you want to find out more about skincare then check out my skincare routine or 7 secrets to getting glowy skin

I also think that eyebrows are important. They frame your face and if your anything like me then they are messy as hell ( I also have no eyebrow and look like a walking, talking potato, but that's for another post...). I don't brush out my eyebrows, I genuinely can't be bothered and I also don't have a brush to do that, I should probs get one...
But I know from seeing it on other people that it looks amazing.
I have a friend with the most gorgeous eyebrows, and she brushes them out every morning, you should try it!

Face wash
Washing your face is another brilliant way to look fresh and awake! It also helps to clear up problematic skin, which is a plus because better skin? Who doesn't want that?

Also, hair! Hair is something that really frames your face, as do eyebrows. I used to blow dry my hair all the flipping time when it was still long. But since I got it chopped I don't like the outcome (which is why I am trying to get my hands on a hair straightener). But having great hair is a great way to look fab while not having a mask of make up on!

Lip-balm technically isn't make up so you could use some of that. You don't even have to use tinted lip balm if you don't want to. I absolutely love Nivea's original care lip balm. It has been a lifesaver for me.

Another thing that isn't technically make up is tinted moisturiser. You get the healthy glow and the benefits for your skin in one, and you don't have to wear a thick foundation!


  1. Thanks for sharing your tips. Have a great weekend.

    Gemma x

  2. Great tips! I definitely agree that moisturiser is everything, your skin needs it!

    Anika | anikamay.co.uk

    1. Definitely! Glad you liked the post! xx

  3. I really need to start doing more with my hair, but I never give myself enough time to do anything! Great post xx

    Hannah | luxuryblush


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