“Clearly visible cosmetics leads to less time getting ready.” -HT
1. How long has it been since I have used the product?
We often end up with products that just did not work and it is time to discard. Just because you spent money on it does not mean you have to hang on to it. The product will expire eventually anyway.
2. How does the product feel on my face?
One of the most important things in cosmetics is how the product feels on your face. Let it go if it does not make your skin feel great. Smooth, moisturizing, nourishing? Pay attention to how a product feels.
3. How does it look?
Sometimes we go out on a limb and try something new but we end up not liking it. Let it go if you do not feel confident wearing it. Be okay with the fact that it did not work out. Now, you know what not to buy next time.
4. Can I let go of the product to make room for things I can use and enjoy?
Look at the big picture. Letting go of things that no longer serve us a purpose allows room to add something into our lives that we absolutely adore. There is a lot of freedom in letting go and making room.
5. What is the ingredient list?
Consider what you are putting on your face. There are a lot of chemicals that are disguised as “good for you”. We can be deceived on the front of the package so always look at the ingredients. A quick google search can tell you a lot. If you can read and pronounce the words it is a good sign.
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