Anyone who says they would wear makeup even if they were the last person on earth is either lying, or they need a better hobby. Depending on your type, you need to choose the makeup that suits you. Wide eyebrows make you younger. Men especially need to be more careful when vetting a proper mate. Part of my reasoning was to be chemical free after an unfortunate incident with hair relaxer left me with a semi-bald spot.
She finds beauty in the untouched. It just isn't my thing. Because for a lot of us, it's an obligation. How to make girls who dont wear makeup? She seems simple but has many layers. The most important thing for me is that she knows that she's beautiful without makeup, and should love the face she's been given.
I worry that our culture is subtly and not so subtly waging war against the body — a result of an unhealthy obsession with youth and perfection. Instead, work the 's creamy formula into your lash line. It's not that I don't care how I look — I do care. Every shape, size, and shade of humanity has aesthetic value. These tips will have you looking amazing while still getting you out of the house quickly! So why is the fact that I don't wear makeup such a problem? Women are encouraged to plaster pore-clogging foundation on their skin to cover their acne, weigh their eyelashes down with falsies and stab their eyelids with a pencil and a bristled mascara brush. We tell little girls to have self-confidence and that they can be anything they want to be.
What I'm trying to say is, I wear makeup to improve things about my face I'm insecure about. I almost never wear makeup. Millions of seemingly meaningless micro-deceptions are happening all around us, and we should consider how this will effect us as the human species in the long run. I hate having to worry that it will rub off if I give someone a real hug. Repeat offenders can potentially be faced with a ban or a report to site administrators.
I would not keep makeup in my purse. Many women with their imperfections are still very attractive - and they usually use makeup to feel good or feel more attractive. I wish I lived in a world where every woman was encouraged to be satisfied with her face instead of bombarded by messages offering ways to improve it or cover over it. Now while I realize some women wear makeup merely as a form of expression or an innocuous, auxiliary device, for me, wearing makeup raised a few red flags or perhaps they were perfectly plum, poppy pink, or romantic rose. So stay you, stay beautiful and rock whatever the heck look you wanna rock! We live in a world in which nearly every aspect of popular culture is catered.
Truly, I'm fascinated by this prospect and jealous that there are women who feel comfortable enough in their own skin to go au naturel. People are lucky - and spoiled a bit when it comes to hacking the natural system. She can go skinny dipping without looking like a raccoon when it comes time to dry off. There is a lot to say about a girl that has natural beauty inside and out. Men can work to fix this problem by valuing women for more than their appearances, by celebrating natural beauty and the quirky so-called flaws that make us different, and by believing makeup or surgery should be rare and unnecessary. They think beauty is in the way they can draw on a cat eye and perfectly apply blush on the apple of their cheekbones. I do it so I can present the best version of myself and have the confidence I wish I was born with.
This may take many generations before any obvious affects will be apparent from mass micro-deceptions. A lip gloss will make the lips wet. A case could be made that humans are on the top of the food chain and have nearly unlimited resources. They may even wake up to do their makeup before you see them, to keep this micro-deception as long as they can. This would overwhelm the purpose of our sub which is femcel love, support, and venting with useless shitposts.
This is a female only sub. But that's my reasoning for wearing makeup on a daily basis. She's not competitive with other women. Just think of male peacocks and the millions of years it took to evolve their beautiful feathers. I wish the majority of our society viewed makeup as an optional accessory as opposed to the required response to any perceived deficiency. I wish I could rid our culture of cosmetic dependence. They ask their moms to let them start wearing bronzer and mascara, so they, too, can get the attention of the boys.