When the prevailing culture advocates artificiality, it takes courage and conviction to be different and be real. Do you wear makeup? Is it to enhance, or to attract attention? I recently watched an interview of a bunch of guys trying to help each other understand women better. When the question came up, "Why do they wear SO much makeup?", their collective, passionate response was, "They don't wear it for us, they wear it for each other!" Examine yourself, asking, Why do I wear makeup?
There are several facets to this (face-inating) topic and a primary one is the consideration of were you taught how to apply it so you look natural, or did your teacher favour the "Look, I'm wearing makeup!" style? Perhaps, like me, you didn't have a teacher at all and are struggling to acquire skill in product choice and application. If this is you, my recommendation is that you find a lady in your church or community, or even through online networks, who presents herself in a manner that you respect, then ask her if she would be willing to mentor you in the skills of modest femininity.