No doubt women are born beautiful. I have a theory which states that no woman is ugly. But it’s now left to the woman on how she presents herself to the world. Eve woman have something to share on this topic.
When you want to start doing something that you are not used to, it is better to consult those who have done it for advice. However, girls can rarely give each other reliable advice on matters beauty as they are in perpetual contest about who is the fairest of them all.
But if girls were not as mean as they are to themselves, they would advise each other on how to put on proper make-up. The kind of things I see being passed as make-up by young women is simply horrendous. Some don’t even know if it’s okay or not, some probably know but looks horrible to peeps outside. The best thing to do is to practice and be confidence in your skin and body.
The amount of make-up that had been applied by the girl was so much that were you to come looking for her with a past mugshot, you would not place her. Young women, please stop giving your men too much trouble by applying layers and layers of make-up on your faces. Do you stop to place yourself in the shoes of your boyfriend? Do you even pause and reflect on the amount of chemicals that you make him eat in the name of pecking him?
Just imagine… you give a girl a peck, you come out looking like you were spraying a car. You give her a kiss and since she has put on too much red lipstick (I think it is lip-paste), you come out looking like a hyena that has just stolen dinner from a tired cheetah in Maasai Mara.
There are women you can hug in this town and as a man, you come out worse off as it feels like you have just wrapped yourself around a bag of cement with all its fine dust. Someone needs to open a consultancy on how to do make-up and do it responsibly. Our young women need to be coached on how to use beauty products to complement their looks but not replace them.
My dear sisters, you can be assuming that you are putting on make-up, but you could instead be compromising national security, for beyond a certain level, it ceases to be make-up and becomes scary disguise.