Developing your own beauty style means prioritizing what matters most to you and what makes you feel good. For me, comfort is number one. Simplicity and practicality come next. Looking good comes in third, which is very clear to me on the days I am driving into the city trying to put on my makeup at stoplights.
If looking good is your number-one priority, you’ll want to budget more time for your makeup fifteen to twenty minutes. You should plan to do it in front of a serious mirror, with as much natural light as possible, and have at your fingertips all your tools, brushes, and makeup.
Even with priorities clearly in mind, many women become frustrated or overwhelmed with the world of beauty. They desire to look their best, but just don’t know quite where to begin. This is a most basic issue for women; if you identify with these feelings, you are not alone. Here are four of the most common beauty-stagnant situations I have found each with plans of action for moving forward with your looks.