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Don’t allow words determine who you are.
weak, insecure, negative, anxious .. etc
Those words are just that, only words! They don’t define you.
The last few months I’ve found myself pulling away and disconnecting myself from certain people in my life because I haven’t been feeling like my true self. Mostly because I’ve had to hit pause on what I love doing the most, fly. I’ve had to remind myself that everything happens for a reason and as uplifting as that sounds you have to really believe it for it to make sense. This experience has taught me the importance of self-love, sometimes we get so caught up on loving others that we forget that we deserve to give ourselves that same type of love. Love yourself to the point you laugh at those words. ✨
Making new art again!
The piece you see behind me is under construction, so the final result will be published here later.
I am just glad that I got started again.
Usually, I listen to music while painting. At night I use earphones so my neighbours may sleep.
Happy easter to all of you! .
. #art#painting 🎨 #abstractart
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#fridayfavorites part 2 (it’s not friday anymore, but it’s my personal Easter special): @deciem The Ordinary’s Azelaic Acid Suspension 10% is the kind of product I can’t be without, because my skin will look worse after a few days. Azelaic acid is also the most underrated ingredient out there. At least in my opinion. It’s an active that brightens the skin, helps with spots and inflammation, helps with redness and can even help with skin texture (that one will take time though). Unlike other acids, azelaic acid is suitable for sensitive skin: It will even help with rosacea (Skinoren and other 20% formulations are a common rosacea treatment, prescription only though). Let’s talk personal experience: My skin didn’t get brighter, I use loads of vitamin C though, so my skin was “bright” to begin with. It might help you with that, who knows! Then why do I love it so much? Azelaic acid was the one product that finally got rid of those annoying small bumps on my chin and cheeks that never quite turned into pimples but also never quite disappeared. Azelaic acid also makes my skin look so much calmer and less red. I ran out of it once and three days later my skin was bumpy and red again. Apart from plumping serums, no other product has such an immediate effect on my skin! Warning: it’s super silicone-y. I know that many people avoid silicones. I was actually one of them for years. Guess what changed that? Yup, also azelaic acid. I was super scared of silicone blocking my pores and giving me more bumps, so I completely avoided it. After using a few The Ordinary products, I really wanted to try azelaic acid though, it sounded so promising. After lots of back and forth I finally did. When my pores didn’t get blocked and my skin didn’t break out I slowly introduced other silicone-containing products and realised that I don’t react to any of them. Thanks azelaic acid!