Growing Up Playing with Makeup
Like many young women, I experimented a lot with makeup when I was a pre-teen and teenager. My friends and I went off to the local drugstore and bought eye shadow in virulent shades of blue, green, and purple. We got lip smackers in soda flavors. We tried out different eye liners and mascaras to try to get dramatic and smoky eyes.
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I agree with many women that a great dress with pockets is the holy grail. It begs, however, a larger question: Why can’t more women’s clothes be comfortable and functional as well as cute, pretty, sexy, or whatever we would like? Why can’t there be more comfortable or accommodating clothes for people with chronic or invisible illnesses? Continue reading “Learning How to Dress for My Invisible and Chronic Illness”