I try to go through my collection every 3-6 months and get rid of products that are unnecessary, but it can be longer. These days, I am doing more upfront, before things get put away, and also removing formulas that have been replaced (e.g. I removed Urban Decay’s Revolution lipsticks after I compared to the Vice formula, as I’ll no longer need them) as they get replaced rather than waiting until I do a more thorough declutter. I look at whether they’re products I’ll need to reference in the future, whether they’re too old and can be destashed, etc.
-- Christine

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If it was the only job I was able to get at the time, yes, absolutely. Would I continue to submit resumes and look for another place? Sure, since makeup has been such a huge part of my life for so long now, it would be odd to not be allowed to wear even a little bit! If the job where I wasn’t allowed to wear makeup was, in all other respects, a total dream job (great people, pay, benefits, enjoyable job, etc.), I think I’d likely learn to accept/deal with it and wear makeup after work or on the weekends.
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