Light make up?
Heavy make up?
No make up at all?
- None.Vote A
- A little eyeliner and lip gloss/lipstick.Vote B
- Eye liner, lipstick, mascara, eye shadow.Vote C
- Blush, mascara, eye liner, eye shadow, lip stick, lip liner.Vote D
- As much as possible.Vote E
Most Helpful Girl
I vote A None. I say this for 2 reasons.
First I don't believe that girls should wear makeup, until they are at least, into maybe Jr. High. At that age most girls, start hitting puberty, and all kinds of weird things happen to the skin that may need to be covered up. Of course all girls are different and that happens at different ages. In my case that happened to me when I was in elementary school. I was the only one that I knew of at that time that had skin problems. So my Mom and Grandmother made me wear Concealer. My God daughter who I raised never had the skin problems which I'm thankful for. So I didn't let her wear makeup until Jr. High. She had no interest anyway. She was a Tom-Boy like I was at that age. She hit high school and decided she wanted to wear a little makeup. So makeup was never as an issue with her.
Second I remember girls wearing makeup in school. I was not allowed to wear makeup that young. My parents didn't allow it. I was made fun of for looking like a little girl, instead of looking like a women, like all the other girls my age. It made me feel small and like I didn't matter. I always had friends, and was always in "clicks" and was never picked on. However the comments about looking like a little girl, compared to the other girls, made me feel like one of those picked on kids in a way. Girls shouldn't look like women until they are old enough to be women.1