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There’s a lot of interesting stuff at the Mary Kay website, but I really didn’t like the number of woman who seem to be concerned with skin color, etc.
The idea of skin color and appearance is very interesting and is often a hot button topic, but the way the Mary Kay website deals with it is wrong on so many levels. One of those levels is the failure to make an honest suggestion that a skin tone you don’t like could be changed. Mary Kay also doesn’t make a recommendation to use products that help to reduce the appearance of dark spots, they just tell you to try what will help you.
The website makes a big deal about how there are “dark spots and makeup” but they don’t talk about how any of it can be avoided and there is a lot of pressure to purchase products you don’t need.
I hate that Mary Kay is sold in such a commercial way as a “solution”. It’s a bevy of products that is supposed to sell you and then earn you more money.
Let’s take a look at what they tell you to do when you’re looking for a glow-du-jour…
You have to try what will make you glow…isn’t that what it’s all about?
Okay, so it’s your job to pick and choose a product that will make you look good.
But is this really how we should be doing it?
I do some type of makeup on a daily basis, but a lot of times my face just needs a little moisture. It’s easy to pull out concealer, powder and then blot. I can’t remember the last time I used any products that actually changed the color of my skin.
I know some women love to use foundation or concealer and that may be a great idea, but I don’t see that it’s an honest approach to skin care.
It’s easy enough to put on a foundation when you have a clear complexion, but when you’re looking at trying to cover up spots, it’s so important 0b46394aab