On enhancing my physical looks - skin-friendly make-ups and natural ways to look good and feel better

I am really not a fan of make-ups. I believe that natural beauty shines better without cover-ups. I also didn't even bother to use make-ups due to the fact that my skin is so sensitive that it easily gets rashes, redness, and other minor allergies. But as years passes by, there were a lot of innovations made for make-ups so they would suit any type of skin.

When I turned 30, I saw a big difference in the texture of my skin, especially on the face. I have a normal skin and a morena complexion that is why I get envious of those who have naturally whiter skin. Fairer skin makes someone look prettier, let's accept the fact. That's when I realize, I need some minimal cover-ups to boost my self-confidence.

That's when I started looking for make-ups with more natural ingredients and dermatologically tested. And here are some of those that I found skin-friendly:

1. This is a pressed powder in natural shade. It keeps my morena skin natural-looking all day long. It keeps my face oil-free for longer hours. It does not cause irritations, unlike other pressed powders that I have tried that's why I stick to it and have been using this brand for 2 years now.

2. These are the Colour Collection lippies. It is enriched with vitamin E that keeps the lips glowing and hydrated throughout the day. It lasts longer than other brands and it has a lot of shades to choose from. I love this line of lippies products because a lot of shades match my complexion.

3. I still don't have this mascara on hand because I have just ordered it online 2 days ago, but I have already tried it because a friend of mine uses this brand and she lets me try it. This is a volumizing mascara which lasts up to 14 hours. It is hypoallergenic and I am sure I will have a great time using this so my eyes could get a little fiercer.

While searching online for mascara, I came across a site containing a review of Idollash http://www.eyelash-growth.com/reviews/idollash/. It caught my attention because I thought that is a mascara made of natural ingredients, but it's not. Surprisingly, it is a growth serum to enhance eyelashes and this is now included among my wishlist so that sooner or later, I will no longer be needing mascara anymore.

How about you? Do you also use makeup? What are your preferences for make-ups?

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