Makeup – Don’t fall for it
Look at the luscious lips, those rosy cheeks, that perfect tan, those long eyelashes, those big beautiful blue eyes, the radiant face, the fluffy hair. Wonder which lucky guy got her? [Sad face =( ]
A lot of them actually.
See those luscious lips; yeah she got a shot to make them bigger. Those eye lashes? Fake. Those blue eyes? Contact lenses, my friend. The fluffy hair you say? Extensions. What about the perfect tan? Spray on.
See I’ve come to believe that in this day and age, true beauty is hard to come by. I mean with everybody looking like they came out of GQ magazine, something’s gotta be up right?
For me, beauty is when a woman looks beautiful even without make up. Like none at all. It’s actually extremely astonishing what make up can do. I’m sure all of you must have seen some of the transformation videos. In fact, make up can even make men look like women. Guess Thailand is famous in that area.
Women have this powerful tool at their disposal, and it makes me wonder, in fact, makes me realize that women have an unfair advantage over men. Think about it when a man goes out he’s going out with only what he was born with. Save for a really expensive haircut and a well-tailored suit, but other than that nothing. He’s out there with what his mom and dad gave him.
Women however, have that and more. Now see, there’s nothing wrong about women using cosmetics to look better, everyone does. It helps some women boost their confidence, makes them feel better about them selves, and hey if it’s helping someone out that’s fine. However, the difference here is that with men, it goes along the lines of “what you see is what you get” with women its “what you see isn’t really what you get.’ Now I’m talking about women who use a lot of make up, not just the simple mascara or the quick blush.
I can’t help but feel deceived! Some women blame men for not being truthful, well …that disguise that you have on isn’t all that different from a lie. I mean how would you feel if you were to find out that our well toned biceps are just padding’s? Not at all too happy I assume.
See it’s all about being happy in your own skin, and to repeat, I’m not against make-up and cosmetics. Using cosmetic tools has helped a lot of people feel better about themselves, and given them confidence; even Michael Jackson did.
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder they say. Guess no one told them it’s also in man-made products.
Here are some insane transformation videos check them out:
So what do you think? Have you ever met someone who uses crazy amounts of make up? Do you think women have an unfair advantage?
Let us know!!