“For me, mascara is like underwear. I pretty much don’t leave home without it.”
As of late there have been banters over the issue of wearing cosmetics or staying natural. There are individuals who contend that ladies needn’t bother with cosmetics, and after that there are individuals who express that cosmetics is a work of art and that ladies (and men) are entitled to do whatever they want to their faces. It doesn’t really imply that they are insecure. There are people who genuinely love doing makeup; it can be a pressure reliever or only a past time.
Remember: Whatever you choose to do is dependent upon you and it’s nobody else’s business.
Of late I’ve been hearing and perceiving how much individuals depend on external magnificence for things. I’ll hear individuals say, “Well, maybe if she dressed up more or tried she would have a boyfriend.“ Or even things like you should look dolled up in general so you can find the love of your life. I consent to a specific degree that you should look awesome for specific events yet to influence somebody to surmise that they have to wear cosmetics for each and every event or that makeup will enable them to discover the love of their lives, is just not cool.
Individuals will do whatever they like to do; it doesn’t make a difference who is giving advice or stating these things. Ultimately, it’s the person’s choice. For those out there that claim you are doing it for the person’s own good, that’s fine but don’t degrade them in the process of building up their confidence. Some people love not wearing makeup and don’t plan on wearing it anytime soon! Some love makeup because it empowers them or it’s just something they enjoy experimenting with.
Either way, makeup should not impact how you find your soul mate.
I’d like to think that there are good, genuine people out there and that not everyone bases their relationship off looks. My point is just because society says or believes something is beautiful, doesn’t mean that everyone will think or believe the same thing. Individuals like what they like and that is their decision. Different people like different things. Of course, there are individuals out there who love young ladies or even folks that get dolled up and have a considerable measure of makeup on, yet then there are individuals who like a characteristic, laid-back look. It’s just unique inclinations.
I believe all women are pretty without makeup –but with the right makeup can be pretty powerful ~ Bobbi Brown
Don’t put even more pressure on young girls (even boys) and women or any individual to look perfect on a regular basis. People are not perfect. We all have flaws and imperfections. Sometimes those little things that annoy you about your own body or face are the simple things that make you attractive to others. We as a whole need to quit putting weight on each other to look or be great. If you genuinely love wearing makeup, do it. If you don’t care for it, that’s fine as well! We should all work to better ourselves, mental health wise and inner beauty as well. It’s okay if you have a zit, its human nature! It’s okay to have wrinkles, it’s skin! We need to realize and spread the message to all young individuals that you do not need to be something else or be perfect to be liked. We’re flawless in our own ways. Own it. Those things separate you from others. The love of your life will love you when you are dolled up but also love you when in sweats and a messy hair bun. Either way, own it.