I've heard guys have different opinions to girls on what is 'too much' makeup.
On a day to day basis I wear tinted moisturizer, mascara, blusher and tinted lip balm. To me this doesn't seem like a lot, but I'd like to hear a male perspective...
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When a girl wears make-up,she's called fake and said to be falsely advertising.
When a girl doesn't wear make-up,she is said to not take care of herself,her appearance or what she looks like.
Guys say they want "natural" and dislike make-up,but that is because they've clearly never seen a natural woman in real life.They see women in magazines and assume all women have clear,flawless skin.When in reality,most women suffer from at least one of the following:rosacea,acne,large pores,uneven skin tone,wrinkles,blemishes,blackheads,redness,oiliness,dryness,under eye circles,puffiness,stretch marks,cellulite etc.When these are exposed,the women are told to cover up and that they do not take care of themselves.Some women have multiple combinations of these.
They think all women are 100% tight,fit and toned.Spanx anyone?
They think all women have long,lush,full healthy hair.Extensions,weaves,tracks?Ever heard of that?Of course when a woman in a magazine wears such,you hear no complaints from men,but on this site,everything is just against women trying to feel good about themselves.
They don't realize,the women in reality do not compare to women in magazines that they drools over.
There was one girl on here who said that many of the guys on here are young and inexperienced,those are the ones claiming to like "natural" where as the older and more experienced guys do not say such things or judge women by their make-up or accessories.
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ADD:Guys who say makeup is a turn off are unrealistic.They stare and drool over chicks who wear tons of make-up such as Megan Fox,Cheryl Cole,yet feel the need to judge women when women do not cover up and when women do cover up they still judge5