As the title says, I did something I said I’d never do again.
But let me tell you the back story first.
About six-ish months ago, a dear friend of mine asked if I would try out some makeup. Having had the worst time finding a clean makeup I liked said sure because I had nothing to lose.
I had spent thousands on Young Living, Beauty Counter, Ilia and many other brands.
The very first time using Seint makeup I didn’t like it. I put it back in my drawer and didn’t pull it out for almost a week. A week went by and I decided to pull it out, this time, trying a different technique out, applying it with my fingers and then blending it with a brush.
Ding ding ding!!!
Since 2016, I’ve made a conscious effort to use as clean of products as possible and reduce toxins in my life. Since the makeup industry is so unregulated, I didn’t want to go back to using drug store brands, so I needed to find a clean brand I loved.
My skin is tricky as it can get oily, and I have acne scarring from the last year – so I needed coverage, but not something that felt heavy. I hate the feeling of makeup on my skin.
After about two weeks of having my new makeup from my friend, I started falling in love. It was clean, it had great coverage, and it was super affordable. Most importantly, it felt like I wasn’t even wearing makeup.
Flash forward six months and I’m still on my same tins that I originally got.
So, what did I do that I said I would never do again?
I decided to become an artist. That’s really a fancy word for; I can colour match you and find you the perfect shades for your skin.
See, I hate mlms. I used to be part of one, and I ranked pretty high up, but the constant pressure to place orders, make ranks, and monthly auto ships really rubbed me the wrong way. Anytime anyone would contact you, it wasn’t because they wanted to see how you were doing; they needed something or wanted to encourage you to rank up.
The constant need to spend money or get others to spend money really rubbed me the wrong way and I said I would never be a part of such business plan ever again.
Shortly after Rhett was born ( just over 3 years ago) I said I would never join another mlm, no matter what.
Well. This same friend reached out a month ago asking if I would help share the makeup again, and I jumped at the opportunity because I had become obsessed with it. The funny thing is, I never even clued in that Seint was an mlm. There was no overhead, no auto-ship, no yucky pitches and cold calling. Nothing. Just good ol’ clean makeup. Purchasing it is exactly like purchasing from Sephora. It’s a one-and-done deal – you never have an auto-ship or anything coming out of your account, and you can refill your tins in a few months or a year – or never, but I bet you’ll fall in love too!
Spencer joking said I should join as an artist,, and I sent her a voice note telling her all the reasons from a to z why I wouldn’t and the next thing I knew… I had signed up.
I knew that I really loved the makeup, and I wanted to share it with all of you. When you find something that works, you want to scream it from the rooftops.
Here’s a quick tutorial of me applying it for an everyday look.
So, if you’re like me and you’re on the hunt for clean makeup that is cruelty-free, gluten-free and paraben-free, this might be the makeup for you.
If interested in getting colour matched for your highlight (foundation), click this link, and I will help you out.
If you already know your colour or want to try out products that do not need to be colour matched, click here.
If you’re like me and hey… you’ve been using Seint makeup and love it so much that I want to become an artist, click here.