Lately, I've turned into a makeup addict. I spent hours after hours finding makeup inspiration and spent hundreds of dollars on makeup simply because I strongly believe makeup is one of the fundamental in completing a look. I am especially addicted to the crazy/extreme makeup which I called it the face art. Regular makeup only emphasize your existing face features but with extreme makeup, you are basically the painter of your own face. Aside from trying out different outfits everyday, I am also testing out different extreme makeup that goes with each outfit.
On the weekend that the night market was opened, I become very daring and decided to experiment my new extreme makeup (is a combination of red and white eyeshadow all over my entire eye area, I am so sorry that I forgot to take picture of my makeup of that night). Before I went to the night market, I already have a feeling that a lot of people will stare at my abnormal makeup but what I did not expect was to be laughed at by a couple. My friends and I were shopping along the snack/food aisles when a couple walked by me and the girl was pointing at my makeup and laughing at me while her boyfriend gave me a freak face. Just because I am not wearing the usual or what I called the norm makeup, I don't deserve to be discriminate against from what I like to wear on my face/body! That night I was laughed at because I am not following the "normal" protocol. But what does being the norm really mean? There is no standard that outlines how to dress normal. To me, being the norm essentially means following the majority, do what everybody else is doing. That night I was not wearing what everybody is wearing which makes me a different/weird one out of the crowd but if the situation is turned around, if that night was a Halloween night, would I be laughed at. Of course not because everybody is all dressed up/wearing crazy makeup. All I am saying is I love my style, please respect that! I don't laugh at yours, so please don't laugh at my style.
Today I brought to you guys my hoodie style along with my exaggerated facial features.
What I am wearing:
Blue hoodie: Unknown
Galaxy print top: Brandy Melville
Shorts: American Eagle
|A cap that I painted years ago|
|My exaggerated facial feature makeup, hope you like it :)|
Let me know what you guys think about this look. I cannot stress how much I thank you for all your support and lovely comments. Please accept my thank you bow once again. To check out more pictures, please go to my facebook page here. Don't forget to like it if you do. To Vancouverites, Happy Victoria Day! To rest, have an awesome weekend. Cheers!