Sunday, May 29, 2016

Self love and acceptance

Sunday, May 29, 2016
After Reading Ella Grace blog post about self-love, I felt inspired to write about my own experience with self love and accepting who you are as a woman. She Talked mostly about loving your hair on your body and not caring about what the boys have to say about that. I more want to talk about body dysmorphia and the never-ending comparing your appearance or withother (girls). Accepting myself is something I have struggled with ever since I can remember but is something tat was more pronounced during my teenage years, the years my body started changing and I had no idea what the hell was happening, but I knew I did not like it.

Monday, May 23, 2016

Fast fashion isn't ethical fashion

Monday, May 23, 2016
What is ethical fashion to me
Ethical fashion for me means that the least amount of people have been exploited to make a certain product. That means no sweatshops, no child labour, no slavery, no underpaying, no animal products and no harmful in toxic ways and ingredients that will destroy and damage the environment.

There aren’t many popular brands out there that are known to be ethical. Most brands are really heavy on sweatshops and child abuse.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Make-up free month

Tuesday, May 10, 2016
I started wearing make-up when I was 14. I hated the bags under my eyes and decided to buy concealer to cover them up. I was 14 my skin was young, fresh and flawless, I definitely didn’t need make-up. But I was insecure about something and wanted to cover it up. When I was 16 I started to wear a little more concealer. Then I started wearing mascara,… By the age of 17/18 was wearing a full face of make-up everyday. No matter if I was going out to party, to school or just staying home. I didn’t feel confident without the coverage. My skin started getting bad, and I started to need to wear make-up, because I had redness and pimpels. I love applying make-up and seeing how different you can make your face look with different ways of applying it. But I hated the feeling of needing it to feel confident in my own skin. I was hiding behind make-up and didn’t really liked my appearance without it. Make-up should be fun and never a mask. When you’re this young you need to love your natural skin and let it breath. Not fill up your pours with all these products. It took me way to long to realize this.
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