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Love Letter to Makeup Artistry

What happens when something you love starts to feel strange?

At one point in my life, I was recognised for my skill in makeup artistry. Looking back now, I realise it's an endeavour I probably won't pursue professionally again. Makeup artistry was significant in my heart as one of my initial passions. The process of having diverse individuals in my chair, hailing from various walks of life yet connected by the common thread of beauty, brought me immense joy.

I always felt that my hiatus was just seasonal, but realised how difficult it was for me to return. I often wondered if my reluctance was born from laziness, a wavering sense of purpose, or a fear of fully embracing my aspirations for Radiant by Fayo. Yet, I've come to accept that it's entirely natural to outgrow pursuits that one once loved. Don't get me wrong, I still love makeup artistry but not as much.

It's reassuring to understand that it's perfectly fine to embark on new passions.

So here's my love letter to Makeup Artistry; Thank you for the countless moments I spent serving clients in my chair.

Thank you for the avenue to explore my creativity on faces.

Thank you for the financial support you gave.

Thank you for allowing me to discover my love for lip balms.

Thank you for the support I got from everyone.

You'll always have a cherished place in my heart.

Life's journey is often marked by transformative shifts that guide us toward new horizons. As I move forward with my evolving passions, I do so with a heart full of gratitude for the experiences and lessons that makeup artistry bestowed on me. The beauty of life lies in its ever-changing nature, and I anticipate the chapters yet to be written.

Here's to embracing a journey of discovering even more passions.



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