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16 first world beauty problems you can relate to
In the grand scheme of world problems, our day-to-day beauty ones typically fall into the not-so-serious category.
Because, let’s face it, having to redo your make-up in the morning because you put on too much blush pales in comparison to the likes of Ebola, the conflict in the Middle East and even the flu that has your coworker bedridden.
But that’s not to say we can’t have a whinge every now and then, because sometimes it ain’t easy having to deal with the problems we do. So let’s take this opportunity to vent about our First World Beauty Problems.
When your nails are all the same, glorious length – and then one breaks
Wearing make-up in summer
Committing to a strict diet and exercise regime and then being invited to an all-you-can eat pizza party
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Trying to pop that giant pimple on your chin/cheek/forehead
Getting eyelash glue on your eyelids
Sky-high heels that look so damn good, and yet…
When you try so hard to save money and there’s a huge one-day-only beauty sale at your local Priceline/Myer/David Jones/Sephora
Dealing with foundation that’s now three shades too light after getting a little sun on the weekend
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When you don’t wear waterproof mascara on an unexpectedly emotional day
Attempting to put on lipstick without a mirror. #youdontgotthis
When it rains just after you walk out of the hair salon
Not being able to text or type when wearing fake nails
Using make-up brushes that have lost their shape or are starting to fray
When your favourite product is discontinued *cue heartbreak*
Annoying fake tan stains on your white/cream/beige sheets. Oopsies.
When you have lipstick on your teeth and no one had the guts to tell you. After 20 minutes of conversation.
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What are some of your First World Beauty Problems? How many of these can you relate to?