Baring It All: Late Night Chronicles

10 thoughts on “Baring It All: Late Night Chronicles”

  1. Sweet dreams to you too. You really are beautiful. Let your inside project to your outside and be yourself. I rarely wear makeup, but here is the thing. no matter how much makeup you wear it won’t make you beautiful if your ugly inside. And to me, the most beautiful women are those who carry themselves with dignity. They can be in the worst dress and go without makeup and still be beautiful.

    1. Thanks Kate 🙂 &you’re absolutely right. The people who seem to have it all, don’t always do. And it’s funny because in church today, the sermon was about loving yourself the way God made you. Appreciating who you are because he made us all in his image. It’s funny how things work out. Beauty really is on the inside. Thanks for your kind words 🙂

  2. I’m really not a fan of my look either. I can relate. For a long time I’ve disliked my imperfections & I still do. Just not as much (I think). I almost never wear makeup (I don’t wear makeup). I think you’ll be fine. It’s just a phase. I’m going though it. Confidence will come. Before or after you change something (wardrobe, accessories or whatever). Not sure what wear (where) I’m going.

  3. I don’t know what its like to be a woman.. but don’t sell yourself short.. you have an inner beauty they I bet you don’t even realize beams outward.and gives you a total beauty.. I call what you describe without make up a natural beauty..and when a woman put on make up to add to her beauty..it is a bonus.

    1. Thank you so ..so much. Thank you for seeing that in me when I couldn’t see it in myself. You definitely brought a smile to my face when my inner light seemed to be dim. And I’m beginning to see that you’re right…what’s inside shines outwards and adds to what is already there. Thanks Grey ❤

  4. You should see yourself as the gift, that you are to people first. About make up, I agree not to wear it, as to cover up. Clear your skin first, stop worrying about it too much. Worries and stress create acne too. Make up should enhance the beauty lightly, not create a mask. Make up can also make your acne worst. Writing about it should also help : ) Way to go Farrah.

    1. Thank you for your words 🙂 Since then, I’ve been feeling a lot more confident, but those nights do come every so often. Next time I feel that way, I’ll have to remind myself that I’m a gift. And yea, make up over acne can look a little crazy so unless I have to wear it, I stay away from it. Once I’m all cleared up though…..ha! 🙂

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