When we say stuff like 'I like a natural look on a woman' or 'I prefer a woman wear little makeup and not go all out with it'
juat seems like a lot of women just don't beleive when men state what they like in girls.
Most Helpful Girl
I believe it. The purpose of makeup is to "enhance" whatever natural features you want to highlight, and not exactly to cover up perceived flaws. For me personally I've been told that I'm beautiful when I'm fully done up for a date, but also when I've just woken up and been drooling and snoring all over the place. I've gotten to the point where even though I doubt myself, I have no reason to believe any guy complimenting me is lying anymore.1
Most Helpful Guy
They can't believe it. They won't believe it.
They live their whole lives in a state of deception, never saying what they mean, knowing that other women are exactly the same.
It simply isn't in their ability to grasp that men don't live like that. Men must, obviously, say one thing and mean something else. It's the way of the world. It has to be. Women can spend their entire lives looking for a Rosetta stone guide to the code men speak, because it never occurs to them that men don't speak in code. It can't. Their brains simply can't entertain the concept.
I've seen it on GAG, where women will convince themselves that men speak in code, but they (the men) don't even know they speak in code.
That's the level of delusion we're dealing with here.3
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