Copying other people
The appearance of this site might change frequently throughout the coming weeks; I thought I’d try a different layout-theme-thing for the blog because, as much as I liked the seagulls, it was time for something different.
As for the content of this post: I saw several people on the internet doing this thing where they do full makeup on half of the face and leave the other side naked, and I thought this was interesting. It’s surprising to see how much of an impact certain kinds of makeup can have on the overall appearance of the face—I noticed the most difference around the eyes, especially for people with fair or thin (like me) eyebrows, and I didn’t notice the difference in skin makeup until it was pointed out by the owners of the respective faces.
I did the same thing (half-made-up face) last week and left the ‘worse’ side of my face naked; I’ve found that my left side (your right) has more pigmentation from old acne attacks and a significantly less awesome eyebrow due to an incident with a baseball bat.
I would like to say that the way I’ve done my makeup in this situation is not representative of what I normally wear; usually I go a lot easier on the skin makeup so I don’t have to worry about touching up as frequently throughout the day.