I’ve made a lot of people feel like they have to buy a lot more makeup.
I was once a big makeup junkie and I bought about 50 makeup wipes, the same amount of makeup as a dollar store.
I don’t remember exactly how I came to buy that much, but I had a hard time understanding why I needed it.
I wanted to be able to look my best without having to spend money, so I didn’t feel like I had to buy the same items over and over again.
That’s when I decided to try something new: to make my makeup routine from scratch.
I spent a few months making my own makeup brushes, and I was surprised at how effective they were.
I can’t say I’ve been able to replicate the quality of the products that I bought, but when I have, it has made my makeup look amazing.
And I think that’s the whole point.
If you’re going to try out something new, you’re not just buying a bunch of products.
You’re also learning about your skin and its chemistry.
I used to think I needed to buy $50,000 worth of products to have a good complexion.
But now, I’m willing to spend less money on makeup, and if I need it, I can easily find it.
For people who want to experiment, there are plenty of DIY makeup brushes to choose from.
Here are the best makeup brushes for beginners.