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Not really. I may do something a little lighter as far as base products and lip products go, so I don’t get my makeup all over my two year old, but that’s about it.

Well I probably have more time so yes in that respect. Weeknight makeup doesnt really exist exclusively where weekend night does because I’m more likely to be going out just at night.

Nope. I tend to spend more days without makeup than with. Weekends if I am going out, I will definitely put in the effort, but the type and style of makeup does not differ when I do.

Yep, I rarely wear makeup on the weekend, whereas I almost always do M-F. Maybe once every six months I will do something on the weekend that inspires me to wear makeup.

Other than trying to keep things slightly more sophisticated and crisp when I attend Sunday meetings at my Kingdom Hall, nope! What I choose to wear on a Saturday (perhaps even on Sunday) is no different than what I choose to wear during the week. And my makeup looks vary considerably from one to the next. It can be a totally crisp pin-up eye with red, burgundy or bright lips or a very colorful eye look with a MLBB nude lip or a beachy bronzey look or a very smokey eye with a dark lip.

My weekends are in two opposite directions. 😆
I’m either hiking and explore nature, so minimal make-up compared to what I wear to work.
I’m either attending a symphony concert, opera, musical, etc., so the make-up is a little more bold sometimes than what I would wear at work.

Not particularly. I suppose if I want to be more experimental on my days off, I can go for it, but I don’t feel my makeup expression is very inhibited at work. I’m in customer service so I just try not to do anything avant garde or distracting. I also like testing new products on my days off in case they’re disastrous.

It differed when I was working because Corporate America likes neutrals, although I always wore something shimmery on my eyes. No highlighter, no contour, very light bronzer. On weekends I wore brights, mainly green and navy, and highlighter. Since I stopped working, it’s the same all the time and almost never neutrals. It’s whatever I feel like.

My day off makeup involves a little bit more experimentation than my going to work makeup. I have a little more time to experiment with different colors, textures, and techniques. I have more time to make mistakes and then remove them and maybe try to recreate a tutorial rather than sticking to tried and true. Sometimes, though, the experiments will make their way into everyday life if they can be made to work.

It’s the exactly same for me. Weekends give me more time to experiment and try new things. During the week, it’s all very neutral and subtle.

No. We do not have “weekends” in the American sense in South Asia. Saturday is typically the day off but since I work in the tourist industry now – that’s a “work” day for me1

Not really. There are certain situations where I might go more subdued, but they don’t usually fall on any particular day of the week-job interviews are always on weekdays, but other subtlety-requiring occasions don’t have a specific day.

On Saturday mornings, I have an hour workout session with my personal trainer so it’s very minimal makeup (some tinted lip balm or a gloss, a bit of concealer and a bit of liner) but if I’m wearing makeup at other times on the weekend (pretty much a certainty), I can wear colours I might avoid during the week – a bright peacock or teal liner, a brighter lip colour, some foundation (during the week, mostly in order to be ready and out the door faster, I go with more neutral eyes and a lipstick like MAC Craving which is pretty much a “MLBB” shade). On the weekend, I have that enviable combination of time to start again if I don’t like the result and also a certain “who gives a cr*p? I like it so that’s all that matters” vibe!

Mine does. Because I have more time at the weekend and like using shimmers then. E. G. Abh Norvina palette is my weekend palette, because it is bright and has a lot of shimmers. While Colorpop Dame is my everyday palette because of a variety of neutral colors.

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