Once in my life, around 18, I had like a couple of week wearing make-up on a daily basis. Until I started again to run out of time to do so before going to high-school. During a break this day, I looked at myself in the mirror. Although I found myself looking tired. I was probably tired, probably not looking that bad. But my two weeks with daily make-up didn't help. This is how I decided that I will not wear make-up everyday.
I wanted to stay connected to how I naturally look like. If I look tired, then I don't need more make-up, I need to sleep. If I don't have glow, then I have enjoy life more. Don't get me wrong, I love make-up, I love how it helps to feel cuter and to add some glow in your face. I just don't wanna use it everyday (it's also to save myself some time though).
Wearing make-up every single day makes you forget about how you really look like. Then, it gets a little bit harder to accept or recognize how you really look like. Your little wrinkles, the shadows under your eyes, your natural complexion...
You. It's important to deal with Your flaws, your imperfection, accept it, embrace it.