Yes, I need some color. My lips are really pale and the skin around my eyes looks bruised most of the time. My skin has changed so much, I really don't know how to apply so it's pretty and has staying power. Mostly I wear powder foundation (spf 30) and long wearing lipgloss.
I actually get compliments on "looking pretty" when I've had sex recently. It's my least known beauty secret.
I have no idea. I don't usually wear makeup unless it's for a special occasion like a wedding or something. There is such a thing as too much makeup and I find doing something minimal is what works for me.
I haven't worn makeup in years. I stopped wearing it because I was tired of being made to believe that I wasn't attractive without it, that I NEEDED to wear it (and high heels and other items) to be seen as feminine. I am a woman, I have breasts and a vagina and I can conceive a child (with help ) and give birth to it... there's nothing more feminine than that. It makes me sad that so many women wear makeup because they feel that they HAVE to or they're not "pretty". I'm sure "being pretty" isn't their best quality or what is most important about them or all they have to offer.
It's not that I think I don't loook pretty without makeup, but I think a little bit of makeup applied the right way does make me look better and makes my good features pop. That being said I usually don't wear much of it, unless I am at work where we are required to wear full makeup. There's nothing wrong with wanting to wear it in my opinion.
I have a lot of redness, so I don't feel comfortable leaving the house if I don't at least even my skin out. If I'm going to class I usually stick to the bare minimum, but I like wearing a bit more to look professional for work, and I have fun experimenting with makeup and creating more dramatic looks when I'm going out.
I think make-up should be treated like any other accessory! People should feel free to wear make-up if it makes them feel cool. I don't think not wearing make-up makes anyone look worse, and I personally don't frequently wear make-up, but if it makes someone feel nice, it's just another fun accessory.