Let's be honest, we can't all be good at everything and there are certain areas in the beauty that I'm absolutely useless at. I have a perfectly steady hand when it comes to applying liquid eyeliner and I find false eyelashes abnormally easy to apply, but there are definitely a few things that I could improve on...
SKINCARE ROUTINE: I wouldn't put this down to anything else other than pure laziness. I currently use an oil cleanser and a small amount of moisturiser before bed and that is literally as far as I'll go. I've never been one to cleanse, tone, exfoliate, etc - although I'm trying to improve. God knows how I don't have any skin problems.
FAKE TANNING: There's nothing in this world that I love more than having a tan and as much as I'd love to have a constant golden glow, I just can't stand fake tan. The smell of it, the feeling on my skin (it makes me itch), the maintenance - I just don't understand how people do it religiously?! I recently bought a Bondi Sands gradual tan which is a lot better but I still can't manage to apply it without it being streaky. Not for me.
MAINTAINING MY NAILS: I have a whole huge drawer full of nail polishes, yet my nails are constantly naked. It's not that I don't want long, pretty coloured nails, it's just that I'm absolutely awful at applying nail polish without getting it all over my fingers at the same time. And when I do manage to paint them neatly, they either smudge or chip the next day. I genuinely admire girls that always have a fresh set of nails and manage to function with daily duties such as washing your hair and texting, I just don't understand how you do it.
CONTOURING: I still can't get the hang of this whole contouring malarkey! My face always ends up looking dirty and completely obvious that I'm trying to highlight my non existent cheek bones. I even bought the Anastasia Beverly Hills contour kit and still have no luck with it. Someone teach me please before I go insane.
USING HEAT PROTECTANT: I'm constantly moaning that my hair doesn't grow, yet I don't use any kind of product to help the process... Where's the logic in that? Although I tend to leave my hair to dry naturally most days, I actually can't remember the last time I used any kind of heat protectant before I did blow-dry/straightening it. Again, this is only down to laziness as I've got a drawer full of hair products, so maybe it's time to start using them to see if I notice any difference.
What are your beauty weaknesses? Are there any others that you would add?