OK disclaimer: I am by no means a makeup guru. I know a lot about products, but I am most definitely not like those Instagirls with flawless contour and highlight that you see on your feeds.
I do, however, love makeup and have found the process of doing my makeup rather meditative. And with time, I’ve learned how to make myself look fairly presentable without the help of a MUA.
The other night, I had friendsmas dinner with some of my closest pals, and, of course, we had to dress up for the occasion. While we originally wanted to wear PJs and “slay makeup,” we …
One of my fave, fave, fave beauty brands ever is Charlotte Tilbury.
When she first launched in Canada, one of her makeup artists, Sophia, gave me the “Rock Chick” look, which pretty much changed my life and my views on how to do my makeup.
OK, OK, I know the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) was like, two months ago, but since I’m doing this whole blogging thing again, I figured I may as well write about what I wore.
Between the party hopping, numerous events and, of course, work, this year’s film festival left me sick in bed after all the fun and drinks. But hey, it was totally worth it.
Here’s a recap of my outfits:
I never thought I would ever get laid off.
Perhaps it’s a case of personal fable, where I thought I was immune to anything bad happening to me, including losing my job.
A sudden life change brings on a mix of emotions and feelings: fear, anxiety, excitement, self-doubt, sadness, embarrassment, anger … the list goes on.
It’s been a roller coaster of a ride, and it hasn’t even been two weeks since it happened. But I have to say, I have a feeling this may be a blessing in disguise.