Also i have a friend who puts a lot of effort into her looks and she can get every guy she wants
On the other hand guys claim that they prefer natural girls and don’t like make up... well i usually only use mascara and lipgloss and a male friend of mine just recently asked me if i was lesbian and i was surprised and asked why he thought this and he said that among others i am not as dolled up as other people a tour uni (we study business administration and all the girls wear heaps of make up)
I am also somehow afraid that if i put on more make up (and i know i would look better with it) that if i then find a guy and he likes how i look and then he will see me without all that stuff on my face and just think „wtf“ and be disapointed
I just saw this pic on Facebook www.facebook.com/photo.php
And yes ist the same person if someone has any doubt her YouTube channel is makeup doll
Most Helpful Guy
I never really liked mascara, to be honest. It messes with the way the eye naturally looks, and I dislike that. Personally I think anyone should choose to do what they like as long as it's not because they hate themselves otherwise or think they aren't worth enough without it - if you want to "enhance", go ahead, I won't like it as I dislike makeup in general (and yes, I am pretty good at telling if you're wearing it, thanks), but people appreciate the effort.
The question is, are you doing it because you like it, or because you feel obligated as you think others will hate you otherwise?0
Most Helpful Girl
I've been curious about this. But ultimately you should do what you feel comfortable with. If you don't feel like wearing much makeup, don't! It should be for you and not some guy anyways.
I wear a little for myself and I like the way it makes me feel, so that is why I wear it. I have noticed guys check me out more since I began wearing it, which is a nice confidence booster :)
I think they would only be disappointed if the girl was unrecognizable without her makeup. But for girls who just wear a little bit like me hopefully it wouldn't be a problem2