14 Women Who Experienced How Dealing With Makeup Is Not So Easy-Peasy

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Makeup serves as a versatile tool, capable of concealing blemishes or enhancing the allure of your features. Yet, every woman understands that the process is not always straightforward. Occasionally, makeup can unexpectedly lead to issues unmentioned in advertisements or cosmetic stores. The women featured in our article illustrate that unexpected challenges can arise at any given moment.

“I paid $85 for this face and ended up leaving the MUA’s house with an hour and a half left until prom. Clearly, I was not happy.”

“This is why doing a red smoky eye is a bad idea.”

“I paid a local makeup artist to do my makeup for a ball. I ended up taking it off and fixing it best I could.”

“Makeup fail: I could not get my eyes to match.”

“The only lipstick I have ever owned that was my perfect natural shade. My cat knocked it down and my dog got it.”

“I was a bridesmaid at my friends wedding this weekend. She hired 2 MUAs to do the bridal party’s makeup. What I ended up with was this clown look with a pretty bad shade match and patchy as hell contouring.”

“I just bought a new palette, and I’m confused by Love Stone. Is it supposed to look like this? I’ve never seen an eyeshadow look like this before.”

“I call this look excessive! Ordered these lashes and did not expect them to be so big!”

“I got married at a luxury resort, and this is the look the not-cheap makeup artist tried on the maid of honor.”

“Bronzer palette on the packaging vs reality”

“The hair and makeup I dropped $100+ on for my engagement photos. Check out that forehead line. And lashes are coming off.”

“This was the makeup job a professional makeup artist did on me (I was a bridesmaid). I can’t believe I paid for this.”

“I copy all of these tutorials of sexy women doing cat-eye. But when I do it to myself, it looks off.”

“On the left is me in rushed, regular work makeup. On the right is my wedding makeup trial, and I’m really bummed. I’m paying $350 for my makeup alone.”

By the way, as we found out, makeup can serve various purposes. For instance, some women use specific types of makeup with the intention of deliberately deterring men.

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