Babbling Beauty

Learn To Love Your Face (No Makeup Required!)

For a lot of women, it can be incredibly difficult to feel comfortable in their own skin. This is because they are bombarded pretty much constantly by images from the media of perfect looking people that they could never hope to compete with. Now, there’s nothing inherently wrong with finding ways of making yourself look more beautiful. After all, things like makeup can be absolutely wonderful! But when images of women that are covered in makeup and then photoshopped to within an inch of their lives start to be seen as “normal” then that becomes something of a problem. Of course, the only real way to change that is on a personal level. With that in mind, here are a few ways that you can learn to love the face in the mirror, no makeup required!

 

Take care of your skin

 

If you want to feel comfortable in your own skin, then you need to start taking care of it. After all, if your skin is unhealthy, dry, or greasy, then you’re going to be that much more likely to want to cover it up. One of the best things that you can do is to steer clear of a lot of artificial soaps and to follow as many natural skin care tips as possible. Keeping your skin moisturised and well cared for is one of the very best ways that you can really start to feel comfortable and happy in it.    

 

Look at yourself

 

One of the very best ways to become more comfortable in your in your own skin is also one of the simplest. All you need to do is to sit down in front of a mirror and look at yourself. Sure, that might sound far too obvious to make any difference, but it really can have a huge impact. Just spending some time looking at yourself and getting to know your face can help you to stop seeing it the way that the world has trained you to see it and start seeing it for what it really is.

 

Have some no makeup days

Makeup is great, but if you’re relying on it all of the time in order to feel comfortable, then your relationship with it might be a little bit unhealthy. In order to break away from this dependence on makeup, all you need to do is to start having a few days where you don’t wear any at all. One of the great things about that is that it can actually help improve your skin by letting it breathe for a while. However, the biggest change is a psychological one as it can help you build up your confidence without having to hide behind a layer of foundation.

 

Now, this is not meant to say that there’s anything wrong with makeup or beauty magazines in general, but there’s a big difference between enjoying the images that you see in the media and feelings as though you’re supposed to live up to them in some way. The truth is that no one is really able to look like those images, so it’s much better to embrace the way you look naturally and to never let anyone tell you that it’s not good enough.

 

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