Since getting back from the cruise, I've barely gone out to do stuff except for my daily jog or bike ride. I feel healthier definitely but staying at home has been mentally draining like I mentioned in a previous post. Just getting out and traveling on the subway again was so refreshing. When I got to Brooklyn though, I got so confused with the street crossings. The streets were literally zigzagged and it didn't help that there were no markings on the ground. So I decided to just cut directly across, disregarding all the traffic hahahaha
I found my way to my friend's place and we had a mini-makeup sesh. It was hilarious because her boyfriend was there too and he was trying to video tape the whole thing. Half the time, my friend was just trying to keep me down from grabbing his phone. What I learned was: make-up is hard work..."Moisturizer - BB cream - Concealer - Eye primer - Eye shadow - Eye liner - (Mascara) - Eye brows - blush and lip gloss." I learned the difference between foundation, BB cream, CC cream and concealer (half of this stuff I've never even heard of because the most I usually do is eye liner). Then there was the eye shadow. She gave me a smoky eye which actually took a while to draw out. This supposedly made my eyes look bigger (but honestly I didn't really see much of a difference). For the lips, she even used two different colors for a Korean effect. The whole look was definitely different from my usual image. A few of my guy friends came over. You can definitely trust guys to be honest because the first thing they said was "who punched you in the eye?" LMAO They told me they liked me better without makeup and I think I might agree with them. I don't think I will be learning make-up any time soon but this will probably be helpful in the future when I need to look older for work.