Going out makeup should be solely about joy. It should be about extroversion
Laura Kennedy is falling back in love with party beauty as we relearn what ‘out-out’ looks like
I took a walk through London last weekend with a friend. We grabbed some lunch, stopping for coffee by the river and enjoying the crisp dry weather, before visiting the city’s ancient wall. This would have been a pleasant and ordinary way to spend an afternoon two years ago, but after so long, it was positively exciting. I enjoyed and appreciated it so much more than I used to but felt quite stressed and reluctant...
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