Which Beauty Products Do You Use Wrong On Purpose?
Many many moons ago, at an office (now a flagship store) approximately 8 speed-walking minutes away from where I currently work, I was an editorial intern at Into The Gloss. It was there, while transcribing a Top Shelf interview in a comically tiny beauty closet, that I became aware of the paradigm-shifting technique of “using lipstick as blush.” It was intuitive and genius (?!), but also indicative of something larger about beauty I hadn’t realized until that point: you can make up your own rules.
Sure, there are plenty of derm-approved guidelines and best practices to heed, but…there are also countless things we all do off-label to make our faces and bodies look softer, glowier, and Zamboni-polished. I’m a huge fan of repurposing a chemical exfoliator that wrought havoc on my face as a body exfoliator. Atlanta screenwriter Stefani Robinson likes to use Supergoop’s sunscreen oil stick as a highlighter on the high points of her cheeks. Mahen Bonetti, film festival…
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