Discussing :: Make-up, Is less best?

#1

Make-up, Is less best?

Plastering on make-up can be improve some flaws - and at times look cheap. The natural look is nicer.

#2

Yes I so agree and if I put on too much foundation.I normally end up with lots of spots.When I go out I always put a bit of eye-shadow and mascara on.So Natural is good....and that's me most day..Naked..haha

#3

I agree - having a little bit of makeup looks great to enhance features, get rid of dark circles, etc. but too much looks awful.

#4

People should appreciate their natural look flaws and all

#5

Personnaly I think it depends on the person's skin, but I agree that too much makes them look like a hooker.

#6

I say each to their own. I just wish we didn't have mirrors!

#7

My opinion, make-up should accentuate a woman's beauty not define it. A lot of it has to do with my own self-consciousness. Putting on make-up shouldn't be like brushing your teeth, it doesn't need to be a dayly chore. Natural look is always best unless going out.

#8

Far too much

#9

I do agree with the saying Less is best.

#10

I agree keeping it simple looks best, maybe a little around the eyes. Guys are more interested in you as a person than how many layers of make-up you can plaster on the square centimetre (although you might impress a Gib Stopper) lol. Is it really a competition?

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