Now anyone who knows me well will guess that this was easy peasy. I don’t do much to my skin apart from the basics, so it was. But I was still surprised to see how much stuff I had. Afterwards I found several bits and bobs scattered around that also went in the bin.
So the before:
And the after:
I forced myself to use the face masks..the children didn’t like that much. F wanted to know where her Mummy had gone..
So seeing as that was so easy, I moved on to the next category. By the way, from CDs/DVDs, the categories are all sub-categories of Komono, which means “small things” in Japanese. I really don’t think CDs should be classed as small things, but then I suppose it really depends on your outlook. Anyway..next was Make up. Also pretty easy! When I worked my last full-time job, I wore make up every day. Now I’d rather spend that time eating breakfast, so I rarely wear much make up these days. Since I can’t find a foundation that doesn’t flake on my skin, I tend to stick to concealer and eye make up, and then only if I have time.
A lot of this was pretty old, and yet again, scattered around in random places.
This is way better, because I can just put it all in my make-up bag. This is definitely the best part of this process. I can find everything without having to think about it.