What do you guys think about it? Do you think it's false advertising. I mean makeup makes things pretty and hides the blemishes but ironically it makes your skin age faster. Do you use makeup and if so how much?
I found this site out and this question came to mind.
I wear makeup to make me feel more confident & because my skin isn't great (it isn't really bad or anything, but it's not great) & it evens out my complexion & enhances beauty. I wear face makeup & eye makeup most days, though my eye makeup is more natural.
I wear make-up. By some people's standards it would be considered a fair amount, but I wear a more natural look. Also, I take very good care of my skin, probably more so than most people I know who don't wear make-up.
I look better on it, but I wouldn't consider it false advertising. I've never really got that complaint. If someone looks good, the way they are (whether natural or not), then they look good.
I use very little makeup. I only apply mascara to elongate my lashes, a little bit of blush, and a nice color or lipstick or lip gloss. It does make one age faster, especially of women don't wash their face before going to bed. I go for the natural look usually, but most of the time I'm not wearing any. The only exception is if I'm going to a big event; I put more effort like applying eyeshadow. I think makeup should be used to enhance the beauty not cover who you really are under loads of different products.
I sometimes wear eyeliner. I really don't have the time or energy to put so much effort on make up. I think it is false advertising, depending on how much she uses and what she does. There are girls who can make themselves look like Angelina Jolie just with make up.
I've seen girls in makeup that I thought were beautiful, I've seen girls without makeup that I thought were beautiful. I've seen girls that don't have a dang clue what they're doing and they look awful, and I know girls who would be greatly helped with a touch of it. I think that in the right setting, makeup can be great, but don't go overboard with it. I've never seen a girl with makeup that I thought looked great, and then when she washed it off I was like, "dang she needs some permanent stuff." So yeah, it can grab people's attention, but I don't feel it's really necessary.