When it comes down to it, what is beauty blogging really? It's just people talking about their favourite lipstick or the best way to pluck their eye brows. One of the best things about it is finding people who have the same interests as you and don't want to spit in your eye for talking about blusher ... again! So why is there always so much drama?
Sometimes blogging is a bit like being back at school with all the cliques forming and bitching. I actually can't even be bothered talking about the dramz on twitter last night but it showed how quick everyone gets involved at the first sight of drama. But there's never such a buzz about something good, is there?
One resolution I am definitely making this year is to try and put a bit of positivity out there. I already do this but I'm going to make even more of a conscious effort to leave a comment when I'm really interested in a post, or retweet a post that I really enjoyed so that other people can too. Why not try and help each other and support each other instead of tearing people down constantly. Something as simple as telling someone how much you like something they've done can change people's whole day.
If you see someone on twitter asking a question that you know the answer to, why not just answer it even if you've never spoken to them before? I think a lot of times people do create little cliques, and maybe they don't even notice it. Obviously you're going to get along with some people a lot better than others but surely it's not hard to try and reach out to new people.
Let's just be pals, eh?