Advice on incorporating the beauty of minimalism to your life.
Minimalism seems to have an abundance of lore and myth surrounding its inner workings, and a lot of it isn't good. I became a minimalist in early 2017. I've often had people since then look at me and ask, "Wait. So you got rid of all your stuff?" No. Not even close.
Minimalism and makeup make a great pair. In terms of makeup, minimalism can save you time in the morning, reduce your makeup budget, and save your face from an onslaught of too many face products.
I love to shop. I love it. I have always been interested in fashion, and as I got older, beauty and haircare became additional obsessions. But I am a minimalist. Wait, you say, that doesn't make any sense. Well, yes and no.
Practicing a minimalist skincare routine helps our skin breathe. Too much face product can actually clog our pores, over-strip our skin, irritate it, and all other kinds of nastiness we're trying to avoid in the first place.
Minimalism is a beautiful thing. Like most things in life, everyone comes to minimalism for their own reasons. The wonderful thing about minimalism is that it's flexible enough to include an infinite amount of lifestyles, whether you're an entrepreneur looking for clarity of mind or perhaps a fashion enthusiast trying to build their ideal closet.