I’ve worn make up once. My mom had to apply it for me. It was for my brother’s wedding, five years ago.
My husband likes to tell me how I sat there perfectly still, afraid to move, as my mom put the make up on me.
Not wearing make up has its perks.
If I well up during a corny tv show/movie/commercial, no issues here; I save money, which I can then spend at Costco; and, I can sleep until the very last second in the mornings.
But the downsides to not using make up are that when one of your coworkers asks you to sew her a make up brush bag, you need to be e-mailed pics of what exactly a make up brush bag is, and, when you blog about your creation, you have to use pens instead of make up brushes in the pictures.
For a non-make up user, I think I made a pretty good make up brush bag.
The bag has two rows of slots for your brushes, a flap to fold over/protect the top of your brushes, a nice roll up feature, extra fabric at the end to make sure there is full coverage, and a tie to keep the roll together or to use to hang up your brushes.