Liptember Makeup Highlights + Recap | Life Of Dahlia

Liptember Makeup Highlights + Recap | Life Of Dahlia

Hey Everyone, as you know I’ve been doing Liptember this past month as well as posting about Mental Health topics. I didn’t get a chance to update on my makeup looks in the last couple of weeks because I’ve been sick, I’ll be posting some of the looks throughout this post.

Liptember has been an interesting experience, I’ve learnt a lot about myself and other people through this experience. We tried our best to raise awareness and money for Liptember and while we didn’t do as well as we hoped, I’m proud that we gave it ago.

What Liptember has done for me.

This has been a personal journey for me as well, I’ve been trying my best to be more open about my own mental health struggles to create awareness by posting on my social media and here on my blog. It was nerve-racking but also somewhat relieving to be more open about how Mental Health has affected me. I know that I will be more comfortable now to post about this stuff.

For too long having mental health problems have been ridiculed and we feel that we will be judged if we talk about it because we can’t deal with things in this way or that. Because we often can’t just get over things, like some people can. But no more we should be speaking out about our mental health, we need to stand up against the stigma and telling our stories. Liptember has definitely inspired me to speak up and be more open, its okay to not be okay.

How Mental Health has affected me.

If you saw my Impostor Syndrome post you will know that I’ve been struggling a lot this year with my mental health. I still find it really hard to talk about a lot of things, like the fact that I can’t work a normal job like other people, I struggle to even leave the house by myself anymore. I’ve been going through the process over the last few years of getting on the DSP, it has been stressful and I contribute this and the fact that I was forced to look for work while suffering from debilitating anxiety to why my mental health slowly getting worse over the years.

Related: What is Impostor Syndrome?

Earlier this year I was finally accepted for the DSP, it’s a hard process, over the years I’ve felt that I’ve constantly had to justify how bad my anxiety actually is. The process of applying for the DSP is extremely nerve-racking because if you don’t get accepted you feel horrible like what else can I do to prove how bad things are or how sick I really am. This time I was lucky enough to have someone to help me through the process who knew what to do. Its relieving to not have to constantly prove myself anymore and to be able to work toward getting better.

I don’t know if I will ever be able to get to the place where I wish I could be but I want to at least be in a place where I feel like myself, where I can walk out of the door every now and then and not feel like I’m going to have a panic attack. Where I can go to a family or friends parties and not immediately feel overwhelmed. And also a place where I can live my life and not feel like I need to justify my decisions to anyone.

Liptember Recap

Liptember has been a stressful time, I’ve been trying my hardest to push myself out of my comfort zone and talk about my anxiety, as well as do my best to lead my team. This isn’t something that I have ever done before so that made me anxious but I purposely wanted to do that because I didn’t want to do this alone, I wanted to do Liptember with some beautiful women, makeup lovers and fellow mental health warriors. So that we could band together to spread awareness and money for some amazing organizations that Liptember support through there campaign. So far when writing this my team has raised about $300 or so dollars, a lot under what we expected but I’m proud of what we did raise. We tried our best and that’s what’s important. I contributed $100 dollars of my own money because I love what Liptember do and I think it’s important to support these organizations.

My Liptember Makeup Look Highlights

I wanted to share my favourite makeup looks from the last month, I tried my best to just have fun with my makeup and try stepping out of my comfort zone a little bit. If your interested in seeing all makeup looks check out my Instagram page I’ll be keeping all the photos up to show my hard work.

Week 1 Favourites

Week 2 Favourites

Week 3 & 4 Favourites


Thank you for following my Liptember journey and reading my mental health posts. This will not be the last you see on this topic, I would love to write about other topics like body image, and how social media is affecting our mental health, so keep an eye out for those.

Until next time,

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Some other post that might interest you

What is Impostor Syndrome?

6 Mood Lifters – Things I Like To Do To Lift My Mood

My Shopping Addiction Story


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Mental Health Month | What is Impostor Syndrome? | Life Of Dahlia

Mental Health Month | What is Impostor Syndrome? | Life Of Dahlia

Hey Everyone, Today I’m back with another Mental Health related post. I want to talk about Impostor Syndrome, I bet you’re asking yourself what is that? well, Impostor Syndrome is probably more common than you realise, its feelings of self-doubt & failure even after you have accomplished something you should be proud of.

What is Impostor Syndrome?

Impostor syndrome can also be known as the ‘Impostor Phenomenon’, ‘Impostorism’, ‘Fraud Syndrome’ just to name a few, its best known for like I said above people having feelings of self-doubt or it can be internalized fear that they might be found out to be a fraud even if they have nothing to fear because they aren’t doing anything fraudulent.

Impostor Syndrome is not picky you’ll probably be surprised to find out that a lot of professionals suffer from it, it’s more prominent in women but men can also suffer from Impostor Syndrome.

Impostor syndrome is the idea that you have probably only succeeded because of luck, and not because of your talent or the skills you possess, Impostor Syndrome was first identified in a 1978 paper by psychologists Pauline Rose Clance and Suzanne Imes. In this paper, they theorised that women are more uniquely affected by impostor feelings, though this was discounted later on and said that both men and women could suffer from these issues.

Impostor Syndrome expert and author Valerie Young (The Secret Thoughts of Successful Womenhas also found patterns in different kinds of people that suffer from impostor feelings. She theorized that there are 5 different categories of impostor syndrome:

  • The “Perfectionist” who often sets extremely high goals for themselves and even if they successfully finish most of them they often still have feelings that they have failed. Any small setback or mistakes can make them question their abilities.
  • The “Experts” feel the need to know all the information before starting on a project and are constantly looking for more knowledge or certifications before moving forward. They often won’t apply for jobs if they don’t meet all the criteria or they might be hesitant to ask for help in class or from a fellow co-worker because they are afraid of looking stupid, for example, they might not know the correct answer and that will give them feelings of embarrassment.
  • The “Natural Genius” often feels bad when they have to work at something because it usually comes easily to them, so when they have to do this their brains often tell them they are not good enough because they had to work really hard to get something finished.
  • The “Soloist” or “Rugged Individual” feel that they can never ask for help and that they have to accomplish things on their own and if they do have to ask for help that means they are a failer or a fraud.
  • And lastly the “Super Man“, “Super Woman” or “Super Person” whatever you might want to call it, feels the need to succeed in all aspects of their lives, they will often push themselves harder to prove that they are worthy and not an impostor. When they don’t succeed in the way they thought they may become quite stressed.
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Why do we suffer from Impostor Syndrome?

There is no one cause, for many people experience it for different reasons, it could be because of a certain personality trait (maybe you suffer from Anxiety or Neuroticism) or it could be because of environmental or behavioural reasons like pressure on you to get good grades when you were a child or maybe because you were told you weren’t good enough at some point in your life.

Sometimes we put pressure on ourselves that we need to do certain things to be worthy and if we are not a certain way or don’t have certain skills, for example, we think we are not and that we must be lying because we don’t meet those expectations. Often these expectations are not there and we often put them on ourselves.

My experience with Impostor Syndrome

I found out about this term a couple of years ago and while I don’t think I fit into any one of the stereotypical examples I definitely do have similar thoughts and feelings to those described in many of the articles I’ve read (I’ll leave some links at the bottom of this post.)

I’ve always suffered from anxiety and I have always lacked self-confidence, but even with my social anxiety and other issues I’ve managed to gain some really great skills in different areas, like Photography, Graphic Design, Fashion Styling just to name a few. While these are some things I am definitely proud of, I lack the confidence to use them to my full advantage. I often set myself back because I don’t feel confident enough in my abilities to move forward and say become a graphic designer or take portraits like I would love to.

I’ve always had a hard time comparing myself to others, my anxiety has really hindered my quality of life in certain aspects, it has stopped me from doing so many things that I would love to do. I often look around at other people in my life and go I wish I had that or I wish I was normal and could achieve those things, sometimes it’s as basic as being able to work like everyone else, just to be able to be more independent and provide for myself.

This kind of thing often gets me down, I have to rely on people so much and just to be able to not be scared to go out and have responsibilities, be able to take care of myself causes me a lot of stress.

In the last year especially I been going through some really tough periods where I have been suffering from some impostor feeling, comparing myself to other bloggers and people in general. I’ve never felt as bad as this before, I’ve even gone through times recently where I have been subconsciously trying to change things about myself because of the pressure I’m putting on myself. Its been really hard and Its something I need to stop, I know I’m not a bad person and I shouldn’t have to change anything about myself just to fit in.

In the last year I’ve had the opportunity to use some of my graphic design skills to create some logo’s for some lovely makeup artists and a small business, It’s something I should definitely be proud of but all throughout these experiences I had so many feelings of I’m not good enough to do this, I don’t know how to use this professional program enough to work with it, etc. I created really cool artistic designs in my own style and I should be proud of that.

I’m constantly putting ridiculous pressure on myself, for so many different reasons and there have been so many times where I just can’t understand why I’m feeling this way, I should be proud of those achievements and I’m trying my best to be my best self, so why can’t I be okay with that.

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What can we do to fight those Impostor feelings?

I’m not an expert, I don’t have training in Psychology or anything like that but I’ve seen Psychologists and I’m trying to do my best to fight my feelings. The articles I’ve linked below may also help you to understand more about Impostor Syndrome and how you can beat it, I recommend that you take a look.

How can we fight our impostor feelings? First off don’t suffer through this alone talk to someone be it a close friend or family member, if you don’t want to talk to them maybe seeking counselling would be better for you.

You are not a failer or an impostor, you should be proud of all your achievements no matter what they are, be them big or small you should acknowledge the hard work you put into that.

Impostor thoughts are hard to move on from, believe me, I know from personal experience, acknowledging your thoughts are important but we have to question them and put them in perspective in order for it to not consume us. Again I know this is easier said than done, but we can do this together and work through it to remind us who we really are.

Don’t be afraid to ask for help, it does not make you look weak just because you can’t do something on your own. Every now and then we will come across a challenge in our lives that we can not do by ourselves and that’s okay, don’t feel like a failure because you had to ask for help.


Related articles:


How I’m fighting Impostor Syndrome?

I just made an appointment with a new Psychologist, I’m hopeful that it will help me to talk about it with someone who has more knowledge than me, someone who can give me guidance on how to get back to fighting those thoughts.

I’m also lucky enough to have people that I’m close to that I can talk to and that can help me put those thoughts and doubts into perspective.

Do you or someone you know suffer from Impostor Syndrome? Lets talk in the comments (or feel free to send me a dm on Instagram or via my Facebook page.) I want to know more about how other people are fighting there impostor feelings.

Thank you so much for reading my post on Impostor Syndrome? Mental health month has been great for me to be more open about my personal battles with mental health. I hope this article helped you in some way, maybe it helped you understand something your going through or maybe you know someone who is experiencing Impostor feelings.

Not sure if you have Impostor Syndrome, there is a small test (by Pauline Rose Clance) that you can take that will help you to understand if this is something you are experiencing.

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Some Other Blog Posts That Might Interest You

My Shopping Addiction Story

6 Mood Lifters – Things I Like To Do To Lift My Mood

Liptember & Mental Health Month

Liptember 2018 + Why I Decided This Was Going To Be The Year I Did Liptember


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Liptember Rainbow Pouts Week 2 Round Up | Life of Dahlia

Liptember Makeup Round Up Week 2 | Life Of Dahlia

Hey Everyone, I realised I forgot to upload my week 2 Liptember photos, I’ve been sick so I didn’t have a chance to get around to it, so here they are. You can check out all my posts either on my Instagram or Facebook page.

Day 8

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Rocking a grungy grey toned look for day 8

Day 9

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I went for a deep berry lip for day 9

Day 10

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I went for an orange close up lippy picture for day 10

Day 11

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I channelled some Halloween spooky vibes for day 11, featuring a purple eye & lip.

Day 12

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I went for a bronzy rose gold look for day 12

Day 13

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I went for a deep blue lip & eyes for day 13

Day 14

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For day 14 I posted a Lavender lippy

This is a super short post today, for week 3 I will only have a few looks like I said I’ve been unwell so I decided to take a few self-care days.

Please check out my Rainbow pouts donation details below, check out our team pages and help us raise some money for some amazing organizations.

Rainbow Pouts are a group of Makeup Artists who have come together to raise funds for Liptember. Liptember is all about raising funds and awareness for women’s mental health issues in Australia. Each day every Makeup Artist will be sporting a very out there lippy. This is to be brave and get conversations rolling about women’s mental health. We’d love it if you followed our page and donated to this worthy cause.”

Follow Rainbow Pouts Facebook Page & Instagram Page

Rainbow Pouts – Liptember Donation Page

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Some Other Blog Posts That Might Interest You

Liptember Makeup Round Up Week 1 + My Rainbow Pouts Team

Liptember 2018 + Why I Decided This Was Going To Be The Year I Did Liptember

Mental Health Month – My Shopping Addiction Story

6 Mood Lifters – Things I Like To Do To Lift My Mood


 

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Mental Health Month – My Shopping Addiction Story | Life Of Dahlia

Hey everyone, this month I want to focus on talking about mental health I’ll be chatting about some real issues as well as some more positive things.
Today I’m going to be talking about an issue I think doesn’t get talked about a lot and that’s Shopping Addiction.

I’ve seen a few people talking about their personal stories when it comes to shopping addiction recently and that’s what inspired me to want to get real and open up about mine. (I’ll link them at the bottom of the post.)

This is going to be a long one, but please read it would mean the world to me<

My Shopping Addiction Story

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Purchasing Makeup

To other people in my life they often comment don’t you have enough makeup but because of my past shopping addictions, I am actually really picky when it comes what I buy now, don’t worry I have moments where I have felt the need to have certain things.
I tend to do a lot of research before making most of my purchases and I’m doing Project Pans to use up some of my older makeup. I make sure that I only have a small amount when it comes to basic products like foundation, concealer, mascara etc because they are the products that will go off quicker.

And while eyeshadow is most definitely my thing I try to do a lot of research before purchasing and only on the odd occasion will I pick something up that is more of an impulse purchase. If there is something that I have purchased that doesn’t work for me anymore, if its good condition and within expiration, I’ll pass it on to someone who can use it. (I do sanitize my makeup I’m actually really good about it even for my own use, it’s actually probably a bit OCD.)

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My Past Addictions

My anxiety most definitely has affected my purchases in the past, It’s hard for me to be amongst people especially by myself. So I am more likely to spend a lot of money when I’m out by myself because of that adrenaline or feel good factor. This is something I need to work on but I know that will take time for me to combat some of my anxiety issues.

I’ve always been a creative person and have always turned to that as a comfort or place of solitude. Its what I turn to keep my mind off things but in the past, it has also has given me confidence, in certain areas.

I’m not one of those people who can just have one creative outlet and stick with it, which means over the years I have chopped and changed from one thing to another. That also means that I have accumulated stuff, I was really into crafting for a long time and different types like scrapbooking and making headdresses and fascinators.

For a while there I had a little business it didn’t really work out for various reasons but I actually think it was an excuse for me to just keep buying stuff, especially in its first variation. I’ve been trying to declutter this stuff for years but I do think these experiences have made me aware that I had a problem at the time though I don’t think that I realised it.

I stopped crafting because I just didn’t have the room for the things I was buying and the things I was making. This tends to be when my interests changed, photography has always been one of my favourite hobbies and my dream has always been to be one in some variation. I really wanted to do fantasy portraits, so I started buying things like dresses and making things I could use as props, well because of how bad my anxiety is this has yet become a goal I can reach.

As I mentioned earlier, when I used to go out by myself I would have a tendency to spend money because of that feel good factor it, it gave me confidence. One of my loves for a long time has been op-shopping and its still something I enjoy but the countless times I would buy things because I was in the zone of having that confidence. I accumulated so many clothes and nick nacks.

I don’t know when things changed and when I decided to be more mindful, While I have accumulated stuff I have been able to declutter some stuff over the years, I will always offer them to people I know or donate them to a local second-hand store. I’m certainly not perfect and I still have moments when I need to take a step back and go no you don’t need that.

I’ve had incidence recently where I’ve purchased something and it hasn’t lived up to my expectations and has caused me to have a panic attack and for this reason, I think is why I’m trying really hard to not impulse purchase. Mind you the item in question was something I had been looking into for a while but I still didn’t meet my expectations, luckily I was able to return it and get my money back.

I think now I make myself feel guilty because I have accumulated so much and that makes me feel horrible, especially when I end up having to get rid of it because I’m not using it anymore. I’m sure anyone else who experiences anxiety knows how it likes to make you feel so bad about yourself, Its something I’m really good putting myself down.

I do feel guilty now because of this stuff and I know that I shouldn’t, what I do want to take from this is a lesson to be more mindful about my purchases and just because something pretty doesn’t mean I need it. I need to change my thinking and try and not fall into the trap of purchasing things to make me feel good.

This has actually been a really hard post for me to write I think because this is something that I’ve not really opened up about with anyone except maybe my mum. I want this month to be about creating a conversation surrounding mental health, and so I knew that I should open up about my own story something I’m sure a lot of people would know that’s not easy.

I know that I will never be a minimalist, I’m okay with that but I’m trying my hardest to not have to much clutter because that’s not great for my mental health and that’s something I’ve learned over time.


Have you been through something similar? Let’s start a conversation in the comments

I just wanted to thank you for reading my post, as you know this month is about mental health awareness on my blog and that is why I am supporting the Liptember campaign with some of my Rainbow Pouts Sisters. I would love if you could check out our Social Media (Facebook & Instagram) pages and consider making a donation through our Official Liptember Donation Page.

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Links to videos as referenced in the post above:

Lauren Mae beauty– makeup hoarding https://youtu.be/v9jnNUGdYJs
Makeup addition https://youtu.be/g-9n-YlHtYU
Lacie https://youtu.be/E7XwXZxSp-c
Hannah https://youtu.be/0o6dzBoFI5E


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Liptember Rainbow Pouts Week 1 Round Up + My Team | Life of Dahlia

Liptember Makeup Round Up Week 1 + My Rainbow Pouts Team | Life Of Dahlia

Hey Everyone, today I’m sharing with you my Liptember makeup looks from week 1 of Mental Health Awareness Month and I also wanted to talk about my Liptember Team Rainbow Pouts.

My Makeup Looks For Week 1

Day 1

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Day 1: I went with a Dark Grey lip and neutral eye.

 

Day 2

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Day 2: I went with a bright purple lip and Neutral eye look

Day 3

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Day 4: I went for a deep berry lip

Day 4

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Day 4: I went for an orange lip

Day 5

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Day 5: I went for a bright deep orange lip

Day 6

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Day 6: I went for a light purple lip

Day 7

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Day 7 – Tried a closeup shot today wearing a bright red lip.
Rainbow Pouts - Raising Money For Liptember
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My Liptember Team ‘Rainbow Pouts’

I’ve teamed up with some incredible makeup lovers for my Liptember team, since July we have been working together to come up with an name, logo ideas and social media for our team. We signed up to the liptember site to make it official and so we could take donations through our team’s own donation page.

I took our ideas and turned that into our team logo, If you didn’t know I have a background in graphic design I wouldn’t say I’m a professional Its not my job but I have studied in graphic design and digital design in the past. I used what I knew to put together a logo and media that we could use to promote our team during Liptember.

About Rainbow Pouts

My team has been fantastic, we have all tried our best to be there for each other, we are all going through our own battles and that is why raising money for Liptember is so important to us.

Rainbow Pouts is about having fun while raising awareness and money for mental health services. If you would like to know more about the services we are helping through Liptember please check out my ‘Liptember & Mental Health Month blog post where I talk about the different services Liptember is help through their annual campaign.

Introducing my Team:

We all did some intro posts on our team Facebook and Instagram pages, I’ve included an image, those intros and links to my teams social media, below.

Elektra: @lekkyheart IG|@mysticalheart IG|Lekkys Beauty Magic FB

Rainbow Pouts: Elektra | Lekkyheart | Mysticalheart

“Hello! 

I’m Elektra, from @Lekkyheart and @Mysticalheartsxo on Instagram, and also Lekkys Beauty Magic here on Facebook. 
I’m a Makeup Artist, Musician and love all things beauty, Fashion and more. 
Also working on establishing my own Makeup Artistry business.

I’m so thrilled to be apart of Liptember with Rainbow Pouts this year, to be apart of a team with Makeup loving friends who are like-minded souls that can tackle it together is just amazing and heartfelt!
Mental health is super important to me and has had a huge impact on my life, as a fellow Anxiety sufferer I want to spread the awareness and bring light to a topic that should not be shameful to talk about!
Hopefully we can help raise funds through Liptember to get these amazing charities the extra funding they need.
Remember, You. Are. Not. Alone.
We are Warriors!
Come along on this journey and flaunt those colourful pouts with us! 

3 Facts about me:
1. Love cosplay and creating characters.
2. Am a Husky owner (my fur baby is my life)
3. Am a huge Book nerd, Love to read!”

Claire: @peacelovemakeupfashion IG|FB | @the.wolf.and.i IG
Rainbow Pouts: Claire | Peace Love Makeup Fashion | The Wolf & I

“Hi, so obviously I am Claire, I run @peacelovemakeupfashion on Instagram and Facebook. As well as the website that is currently being established. My specialities are Makeup, Fashion and even Animals! Which fits with being an Arm the Animals Ambassador. 

I’m also part of the group Rainbow Pouts! 

I’m so happy to be part of the team as women’s mental health is so important to me. In my life I have experienced mental health issues. All of which have had some kind of effect on my life. Mental health services are incredibly important yet sadly massively underfunded. I would like to help change that, even if only a little.

Three facts about me!

1) I’m a Psyc Graduate
2) I’m originally from Scotland
3) I’m vegan 😊”

Casey: @caseyspencerhair_makeup17 IG| CS Hair & Makeup FB

Rainbow Pouts: Casey | CS Hair & Makeup |

“Hi, I’m Casey from CS Hair & Makeup

I decided to join Liptember 2018 because I myself suffer from mental health & want other women to know that they are not alone and it is something that can be treated & you will be OK, not matter what life throws at you.

With love and support you can & will accomplish anything.

💜💜💜
You are STRONG
You are a FIGHTER
You are LOVED”

Wendy: wendyfahey78  IG | Akashic Beauty FB

Rainbow Pouts: Wendy | Akashic Beauty

Hi, my name is Wendy Fahey from Akashic Beauty. I have a little Beauty page on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/akashicbeauty/ 
My Insta is: @wendyfahey78 
My Tumblr: https://akashicbeauty.tumblr.com

I am a Makeup Artist, Beauty Blogger and Skincare Specialist. As well as a Graphic Designer, Intuitive Medium and I love all things to do with beauty and fantasy. Once I finish all my current courses I will be taking my skills to the next level with Special FX.

I teach women how to empower themselves by highlighting their unique features. 💖

I am so excited to join the other MUA’s in raising funds for Liptember as it is such a great cause.
I have had anxiety for most of my life and I know other friends and family have been dealing with mental illness too and it’s not a great way to live when you can’t find the help or just that ray of light to see you thought those dark times. So this is why I am doing this and I really hope we can raise lots of money this September.

I am going to mix and match vibrant colours to lighten up the month and bring some joy into the world and I hope you will join us along the way. 💋”

 

Peta: MorandFX IG|FB

Peta is a makeup artist who also specialize in special effects makeup, I don’t have a proper intro post for her but go check out her and my other team members links, as well as our team page links which you can find below.


I hope you enjoy all the makeup looks and finding out more about my Rainbow Pouts team, If you haven’t already please check out our Liptember team pages and consider making a donation through our official donation page.

Fb Page: https://www.facebook.com/rainbowpouts/

Instagram: http://instagram.com/rainbowpouts

Donation Page: https://www.liptember.com.au/teams/rainbow-pouts

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Other Posts That Might Interest You

Liptember & Mental Health Month

Liptember 2018 + Why I Decided This Was Going To Be The Year I Did Liptember


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