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That it was girly and superficial. There’s a lot to confidence building and something to be said about having an escape or creative outlet to get someone through a rough time. I know that just in my little corner of the web, the emails I have received from readers thanking me for helping them through a tough time, merely by providing something fun to read and play with, is a very strong reminder that makeup is anything but superficial. It is also for all folks of all walks.

-- Christine

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1.) Separate out your daily/frequently used essentials (foundation, mascara, etc.) so they are easily accessible and then things you sometimes use but not frequently can be stored elsewhere. 2.) Think about how you use your makeup – do you think “I want to wear NARS today” or are you more like “I need a coral blush” so you can decide how to organize your products. 3.) Donate, pass on, or recycle products you never use.

-- Christine

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