Well, maybe part of the reason as to why she makes bad decisions from time to time lies with such quizzes that may give her Barnum statements about herself and perceptions of the world (could be reaching here though). Although there may be times that an online quiz (a reliable one at that) can point you in the right direction, relying on one to make decisions for you isn't the best idea especially when it comes to casting a vote. I don't see why she couldn't have also suggested that users do their own research about someone they wish to vote for. At least she's attempting to encourage voting to her audience.
I tend to opt for a more natural look (think glass skin) when I'm at work/school because honestly, I have no time to properly beat my face. When I'm going out I do all of the above plus the added steps below if I feel like it. Also jfc I just realised how many steps I actually have
She's probably using this argument because she hasn't taken the time to re-evaluate her actions which is why they are weak imo. In her case, she evaluates the actions of others based on her 'life values' before deeming them to be 'wrong' but she dosesn't evaluate her own actions against her 'life values' if that makes sense?
it kind of looks like that first skirt is pulled up higher plus it's not form fitting that could give the appearance of a smaller waist? not sure about this one though because she could've edited it smaller too.
I think the quiz may have lumped up all the general characteristics for each of the 10 types of PD and then proceeded to call it GPD. To my knowledge, there's no such thing as GPD (not in DSM-5 or in ICD-10), instead, there is a general criterion that has to be met before an individual is diagnosed by a psychologist/psychiatrist with a specific PD falling under one of the 10 types. So nope, I don't think she knows that there are different types of PD.
I might be reaching but I think it's fact that since she is labelled as a beauty guru, she must keep up that image. By providing information about a product that a fan or viewer does not know about might be one of the ways that she enforces the beauty guru label, not to mention that using a personal experience makes it more believable/trustworthy.
If you can afford it, I suggest going to a dermatologist. I used to have really bad cystic acne that would be as big as my thumb or larger and would last for months. My acne only started to clear up a few weeks after being prescribed isotretinoin by my dermatologist, who was able to help me pinpoint possible causes for my acne and scrap bad habits that could trigger or make it worse.
In any case, I doubt anyone would go to betterhelp for actual help regarding mental illnesses Their way of promoting their services appears to shady and doesn't incur trust from consumers. If anything, people might go to them for relationship or marriage issues, not so much for mental illnesses that have negative stigmas that weigh more irl than marriage and relationship issues.