I think that you have to be comfortable in your own skin, so it’s about wearing products that make you feel good and that you’re confident in, which is often how I choose what products I wear when I’m not testing. I also feel that people should wear what they want to, and never, ever be made to feel less-than because they’ve embraced one trend and not another, or they’ve created their own trends, which is why I’m happy to feature and wear products that may otherwise be relegated as “other,” because I love that they exist and enjoy trying them out, and I’d like them to be a normal option for anyone who wishes to wear it.
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