It honestly sometimes can depend on what you look like. For example, I am bleach blonde naturally, but it still looks trashy when I wear bright red lipstick, whereas it looks fine when one of my less fair brunette friends. It also might be helpful to limit how much make up is being used per an amount of time. When I turned thirteen, I was allowed to wear one item of make up at a time. When I turned fourteen, two, and so on. This eventually became less strict as I began to decide the things I wanted to wear everyday, which in my case total to foundation and mascara.
i would not, for the sake of you're skin when you're old wear makeup on a daily basis or very heavy. trust me there's a reason plastic surgery is in. and there are ways besides makeup to make a beautiful face that will keep you pretty for the rest of you're life like the right kind of moisturizer, and smiling with honesty and without fear.
I'm almost 15 and I don't . I mean what's the point ? All your gunna do Is wipe it off at the end if the day. Too much make up isn't good and none is wonderful. Make up is like a cover to hide behind instead of showing your real beauty