I'm the kind of person who wears a lot of make up or v little amount of make up or not at all, well basically I wear make up as much as I want or go bare skin outside if I feel like it.
Most of the time, my make up is just for blog posts, mainly to add volume to my photographs, increase the visual beauty. I take myself as my art journal, add colors, take pretty pictures of me and blog about it. And then one day, it struck hard! Is it falseness, pretence, fake, double-dealing? & other horrifying thoughts. Well, I've realized it's not.
Basically, make up is just an option for me. I apply the darkest lipstick for one occasion and try to contour my face (which I really suck at) or don't even apply anything on my face for the next occasion and I'm completely fine with it.
I see people talking of & supporting human beings who wear a lot of make up just because they want and it's actually a good thing to let people be happy with what they want to look like. It's such a humanly behaviour. But then I thought, what about people like me? Who wear make up sometimes, just sometimes. I went to a wedding with a bare face, a few women flinched (OMG THIS GIRL PUT NO MAKE UP ON SHE IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE LIPSTICK ON ) And I went to another wedding with a lot of make up, a few more women flinched (OMG WHY IS SHE WEARING MAKE UP SHE DIDN'T WEAR IT LAST TIME) I wear it or not, it's just a v personal choice. I feel good when my skin is free of everything. But it also looks good to paint my face with eyeshadows and lipsticks.
Make up isn't a necessity. It's just a choice, an option. It's not drink your coffee, eat your breakfast, eat your make up kinda important if you don't want it to be.
Here enjoy my bare face. Oh I have beeswax lipbalm on (it's the one thing I can't live without, thx dermatitis) I just feel good in my skin, with make up on or not and it's the best thing a young person who have a paper skin with a lot of issue can ask for.