Invisible Illness Makeup Tutorial


This makeup tutorial helps you show what your invisible illness looks like.

 

Read the full transcript: 

I have a few conditions, but you couldn’t tell just by looking at me.

I’m going to show you a look that actually reflects what these conditions “look like.”

Here’s the finished look!

What?

I still don’t look like I have any conditions?

My conditions are invisible, which means for me, this it what they look like.

Invisible conditions are valid even though they don’t have a “look.”

Just because someone doesn’t look sick, it doesn’t mean they aren’t.

The next time you think “this person doesn’t look sick”

Remember that conditions can affect anyone.

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