“To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle, requires creative imagination and marks real advance in science beauty”. — Albert Einstein
Sorry, Bertie, I hope you’re not turning in your grave. But, you know, your quote can totally apply to any field — including beauty.
You really were a genius, after all…
Yes, because regarding problems from new angles is a great way to go, I think. If you’re stuck seeing things from a single point of view, you’ll never grow nor improve and, most importantly, you’ll never solve your most troublesome makeup problems (HA!), like:
- Does applying eyeliner to your waterline bother you?
- Do your filled in brows look like illustrations in a coloring book (that is, like a solid block of color)?
- When you apply lip liner all over your lips, does it feel scratchy and uncomfortable? And does it look uneven?
If you answered yes to any of the above, today’s your lucky day, because we’re about to solve your problems!
YOU JUST NEED TO CHANGE YOUR ANGLE. *Cue heavenly choir and rays of glorious sunlight.*
More specifically, you need to change the angle of your pencil. Next time you do your makeup and you’re using a pencil product, try angling it so that you’re using the side of the tip, rather than the point.
It’ll be life-changing, I promise.
Let me know if you just had one of those epic AHA moments, or if this was something you’ve been doing all along!