Do People Judge You Based On Your Makeup?

Do People Judge You Based On Your Makeup?

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– Maybe you didn’t have
enough time to fix yourself up so you just threw everything on your face. – This took me a long time
to do, I’ll have you know. (upbeat techno music) This week, I’m gonna find
out if people judge you based on your makeup. My coworker Selorm made this
awesome video that asked if people judge you
based on your lip color, and that got me thinking. Do people judge you based
on your makeup as a whole, like how much you wear
or how little you wear. So, I wanna try three
different looks and ask people what they honestly think of each one. I’m gonna do one day of zero makeup, which I’m super nervous about, ’cause I never go out like that, a day of regular makeup, and
a day of total full-face. I’m gonna wear my hair the same every day and wear the same plain
colored clothes every day just so the only thing
that changes is my face. I’m gonna ask my coworkers and my friends what their first
impressions are of each look and then to get a more unbiased opinion, I’m gonna hit the
streets and ask strangers what key words they
would use to describe me. To add another angle, I’m gonna post each look on social media and ask everyone to comment honestly. So the first look I’m
gonna try is the full-face. (upbeat techno music) – My initial thing would be like, oh I wonder if she’s insecure? That’s so messed up! I’m working on it. – I would say you’re very bold. It’s very extra. – Someone who’s maybe very concerned with how they’re projecting
to the outside world. – But for some reason when I see someone, I’m like wow, they’re doing the most. – You know when you see someone
with a full-face of makeup, I usually think they’re like
a boss ass bitch. You know? – I would just look at you and think like, she must be dope, you know
like the super stark contrast and the lip makeup. It just pops. – You can tell you spent a
lot of time with everything. – So this is Selorm who
did the first video, that this is based off. – You’re someone who definitely
like, likes to look good. Someone who likes to just
present themselves well. – I would say like, are you
getting ready for an event? – Where are you going? Can I come? – Did you judge me when you saw me? – No, yeah, you looked a little pale. – I have not done this contouring well. So with my coworkers,
there was a mix of positive and negative responses, but they did sway more
towards the negative. One thing I noticed a lot of people saying was that they assumed
someone wearing this look would be going to some
kind of special event. Which makes me think maybe
there’d be judgment there if it turns out the person
was just doing this every day as their normal look. Let’s hit the streets and talk
to some absolute strangers. If you saw me walking down the street, what kind of words would
you use to describe what kind of person you think I am? – Somewhat lazy I guess, I suppose. – I would think you’re probably
with like a higher class. – Independent and gorgeous. I think a lot of people are gonna judge you regardless, so you just have to find what you like and just do whatever you wanna do. – I’ve never worn anything
that heavy in the daytime so I don’t know if it sweats off a lot, but yeah I don’t have
anything wrong with it. – Maybe you dress, or put on makeup to, I dunno, look like a diva? – Less makeup is better. – Do you ever notice when
women wear a lot of makeup? – I hope that I can notice that. – But you don’t judge them? – If you can look better and
make yourself feel better so why not? – So surprisingly to me I actually got mostly positive responses from strangers. Even the women who didn’t
wear a lot of makeup were totally non-judgmental about my look. There were a couple of men though that were not feeling my look
and thought it was too heavy. It was time for social media to chime in. I got a large range of
pinions for this look, ranging from bold and fierce to not trustworthy and high maintenance. But the key words that
repeated themselves the most were confident, intimidating,
and going somewhere, with the big winner being party girl. Again, it seems like
this look says nighttime, and me wandering around in the day like this causes judgment. So the second look is my
regular amount of makeup. Let’s do it. (upbeat techno music) – If I didn’t know you, I would think that you were
probably on your way to work, or, maybe out on a date. It seems like a normal level. – You have on your full-face,
but it’s noting like, whoa! – You look like you put
in effort in the morning, and you look like, you know,
professional but not too much. – The only way that I judge
people based on their makeup is like how talented
they might be at makeup. It’s never, ugh you wear that much makeup. It’s damn, that’s a precise eyeliner. – You make certain assumptions. If they’re wearing colorful makeup, maybe they are a little
more creative and weird. If they’re wearing, you know,
a lot of contouring and stuff, they’re probably a fancy person. – I don’t know, makeup is just so fluid. There’s no wrong way to do it. It’s not a judge in a negative form. – Would you notice my makeup or not? – No. – Cool. (laughing) – I do notice peoples’ makeup. I think I notice a lot
when they do the full-face, but when it’s more natural
it’s kind of just like, not really noticeable to me. – As I suspected, this look didn’t really
raise many eyebrows, and no one really had
strong opinions about it. Everyone I spoke to just
said this seemed like a regular day to day look. Most people said they’d
only notice my makeup if I was wearing more of it. But now let’s get some strangers’
opinions on the streets. – For me, that is more than enough. Less is more nice, but I like. You look fresh and clean. – I just think you were gonna work. – Maybe someone that deals with people. – Or maybe an accounter. – I don’t really like
when girls wear makeup ’cause I think girls
have a natural beauty. – You’ve got a perfect amount of makeup. – I just don’t wear that much makeup. But like, it doesn’t look bad. Like a bunch of my friends wear makeup. I just am too lazy to
put it on every morning. – So this time the people I interviewed weren’t really into makeup and had kind of a less is more opinion. However, even the people
that weren’t into makeup said my look wasn’t too much and that it was like a going
to work look or something. Then it was social media time. This look had the most unified
responses of all of them. Professional was by far
the most popular key word. Followed by natural, sweet,
and then words that suggested I cared just the right
amount about my appearance. And now it’s time for my
most nerve-racking look, zero makeup. (upbeat techno music) – I would assume that you
just prioritize other things. – You look approachable, fun. – You’re a very confident,
flawless person, so like, if you’re going out
in public, you’re either A, just like not a
makeup-wearing kind of person, or you’re having like errands day. – Or you’re someone who
maybe doesn’t need makeup so you’re very laid back
and don’t really care what other people think. You’re not looking to impress
if you’re not wearing makeup. – Yeah. – Which is a shitty thing to say. – When you asked me, I thought
you might be wearing makeup because your eyebrows
already look so nice, and you already have– – They’re microbladed. (chiming) – I also didn’t realize that
you weren’t wearing makeup. – I honestly don’t think I would notice. – Now that you say it, I’m like,
oh yeah she’s not doing it. I might notice if someone’s very done up, ’cause then I’m like
, oh, what’s going on, are they going out clubbing,
are they a movie star? – I know that when I don’t wear makeup, I always feel like I’m gonna be judged. I always think that
people might think that I’m not a full professional
and I have it all together. I was pretty surprised that
most people didn’t even notice I wasn’t wearing makeup. But Kelsey made a good point. She feels super insecure
when she doesn’t wear makeup. But when other people don’t wear it, she doesn’t even notice. I think I was more
judgmental about my look than anyone else was. Let’s go out and find
some random strangers and see what they think. What key words would you use to describe what kind of person you think I am. – I would say, I would guess that you were
comfortable in your own skin. I would probably guess that
you’re probably laid back. – Very chill. Going through life every
day just being yourself. – Casual, not really caring how you look. – You know, you do you. So, I don’t have a preference. If you wear makeup you, you wear makeup. If you don’t, you don’t. – Would you judge someone that
doesn’t wear makeup at all? – No, I mean, I have
enough feminist friends and been a part of feminist
communities to know that. It’s a lot of pressure put
on women to wear makeup to attain a certain standard of beauty that’s acceptable in society. – I don’t wear makeup myself,
so I wouldn’t make a judgment. – And being someone that
wears a lot of makeup, I don’t have a problem with
people that don’t wear makeup. I almost admire it, I just feel
I need to wear makeup, but, (laughing) I just, I like it also. – Do you notice when people don’t wear it? – I don’t notice people
who don’t wear makeup. – There are sometimes
situations where I’m like a little something might’ve helped. – Nearly everyone I spoke
to was super positive about a no makeup look. I was expecting to get a lot
of you look lazy or tired, but instead I got a lot
of just, you look chill. They mostly had a you do
you attitude about it. So weirdly, social media
commenters were way more judgmental about this look than both my coworkers and the people on the street. Although still more
positive than negative, they have much stronger opinions. The most popular negative judgment I got was doesn’t care slash lazy. The most popular positive comments were that I didn’t have time
or that I look natural. The overwhelmingly highest
comment though was confident. So, although confidence
is a positive word, why do we have to be confident
to go around without makeup? Like it’s something it
takes a lot balls to do. So, from all of this, I have definitely learned
some interesting things. In general, people are way more accepting of peoples’ makeup decisions
than I originally assumed, but there are definitely
some common thoughts that go with each look. Wearing a lot of makeup
makes people assume that you must be going somewhere special, ’cause they can’t wrap
their head around the fact that you may just be
chilling wearing that much. Wearing what I would consider
my normal level of makeup made people think that I was
presentable and professional. And zero makeup people
either don’t notice, or, they think you must
be pretty confident to go out without anything on your face. (upbeat techno music) All in all, yes. People do judge you based on your makeup, whether it’s positive or negative, but you know what? Who cares? What really matters is what
makes you feel your best. Actually, my friend Zach put it perfectly. So he can be the one to end the video. – Keep wearing makeup if you want to. Don’t wear it if you don’t want to. Keep doing your thing. (upbeat techno music)

100 thoughts on “Do People Judge You Based On Your Makeup?

  • bleachmist Post author

    before I even watch, the answer is…Yes. cuz I know I judge.

  • Melanated Mami Post author

    People don’t like me at my school because I wear makeup .. I’m know as the colorful girl or makeup girl

  • DonaBologna Post author

    The worse I look (no make-up / frizzy hair) the more I get hit on or asked out. I think for many men less make-up = more approachable.

  • Mojo Jeinxs Post author

    Can’t change a million years of hard wired evolution. We like want is pleasant. Yes we are judge by the way we look. Just the way it is.

  • Asher Reid Post author

    If that's your idea of full face, yes I'm judging. You can even see blemishes thru it

  • Jessica Sanna Post author

    LOL I just make my self clear always not verbally but my actions, I had tried all this makeup even the makeup, but I think with how loud my down to earth vibe and easy going, optimistic vibe, that's just how they see me, I knew this because we had a game to put a comment on our paper with our names on, we create a circle and pass it pass it each one will write how they see you and all I see are easy going and friendly, even in the first impression level. So I'm encouraging you guys, express yourself louder without being verbally loud about it, practice this and you'll know exactly what I'm saying right here, I cannot promise you to get the same results that people will get you and not judge you, YET IT WOULD BE A HUGE SCORE ON YOU , if you succeed to make MORE people to get you no matter what makeup you use or no makeup. You can even try to not put makeup yet you could also make it clear you are beauty conscious you wanna be feminine, just practice and understand "EXPRESS YOUR SELF LOUDER WITHOUT SPEAKING" I'm not a feminist, and a day comes I'm not in the mood to put makeup on, they all still can see I'm not a feminist and see how feminine and beauty conscious I still can be, anyway my self was only an example, make a version of your own, that represents you!

  • Sa archer Post author

    You have amazing complexion and no wrinkles so would be good to do a study with a group of your friends of different ages and you interview people while your friend not there

  • big jordan Post author

    Saw the video title and just came here to give a quick answer. YES

  • Sultana Al Sheikh Post author

    That bold makeup is honestly everyday makeup got so many. But with a nude lip 💀

  • annmarieknapp Post author

    The research on this is that women who wear "natural," makeup are rated as more honest, trustworthy, and competent compared to same women who don't wear any makeup and wearing full glamorous makeup (smokey eye, etc.) get rated even high than same women wuth "natural," makeup. This was a study done in 2014. I lice that you did this innyour video, but if courae you will get a lot of impression managing from people (saying nicer things because they don't want to look cruel, etc.). I study attractiveness and it's a chalkenge to avoid impression managing even under best if circumstances. You are a gorgeous woman with or without makeup so just keep being you. It's funny, in real life I'm a college professor and after reading that study I mentioned I started wearing well done professional looking makeup because I knew it could impact student perceptions of my teaching and my ratings did improve a little from it. I teach the same way as I akwats have, but people tended to perceieve I was more serious and dedicated based on appearance. Frankly, I was hoping it wouldn't make a difference, but it did. Some days I just go in with no makeup because I'm tired, except a little foundation, but those are the days my classes adk me if I'm tired or feeling okay. Kind of bummed me out, but it us what it is. I like your video and you seem like a lovely person. Do a video on hair color. I studied the influence if hair length and color on perceptions of female attractiveness and we were highlighted in magazines, on CNN, and various other radio stations worldwide. We found that the same woman shown with ling hair is rated significantly more attractive than when shown with short hair. We used multiple midels, got same effect. And in over 3k subjects men and women prefer brunettes to blonds or redheads. It's not cancer saving research, but it was fun to do and people were interested. I ignore my own research though, I do have very long hair, but I dyw mine coppery red. Just suits my style. Anyway, would live to seeif you and other ladies tried wigs to see what people would prefwr that would be cool.

  • Reo Rose Post author

    Does it matter what others do, can't we just…

  • Thea Marie Post author

    I'm not trying to be rude or trying to offend anyone, I'm just trying to help. She's a beautiful woman, and I loved her natural looks better. The full glam is pretty, but the lipstick is too dark for her skin tone. It made her look older and way more pale. She thought it was her contour, but it had nothing to do with the contour, it was the lipstick. I'm just being real and honest.

  • SaraBeara Post author

    Oh honey, you're GORGEOUS even w/o make up!! ❤

  • Bungeegum Ali Post author


  • Moon Stars Post author

    2:26 she said it. Do whatever feels good for you. Don’t try to please anyone cause it will never succeed.

  • Maame Akosua Post author


  • Choo choo Train Post author

    Not gonna wear makeup except mascara lmAo

  • Sasha Kelsi Post author

    I don’t care what people think about my makeup if it heavy glam or not shouldn’t judge anyone if you don’t know them

  • My Tuscan Dream Post author

    You are so beautiful any way and you should rock that no make-up look more often

  • Kyutenessss Post author

    Love her full face!!!

  • GAYATRI NAKAR Post author

    nice experiment but lacks ecological validity

  • Amster Post author

    When I don't wear makeup, people always ask me if I'm tired. You have a nice face, and strong facial features so I think you can get away with the no makeup look easily.

  • Isabel Kiener Post author

    I wear red lipstick and eyeliner every day, I don't care what people think I do it to please myself 😀

  • AnastaziaU Post author

    When you never wear makeup because you just didn't know how to use it

  • Jennifer Rodriguez Post author

    what if im wearing a bold lip but the rest is au naturelle?

  • Female Rebel Post author

    I love this video!

  • LEaVe.Me.aLoNe • 189 years ago Post author

    Full face: there going some wear, there having a good day, they like makeup, they wear it for fun
    Natural makeup: they have something there insecure about on there face and they're trying to cover it, they care about there skin, there nice
    No makeup: your confident, your peaceful and natural person, you like interacting with people.

  • American ASMR Post author

    It would've been nice if they asked professional straight gentlemen and well dressed professionals. The goth woman in the wild black makeup said there's no wrong way to do makeup but I'm sorry, yes… There is.

  • rational _ Post author

    no, they judge you on how genetically good you look. we pay more attention to pretty people. no amount of make-up or lack of it will make up for it.

  • Marlon Moncrieffe Post author

    The subject looks like fellow Briton, Janet Montgomery, a star of American T.V.

    Anyway, I guess I would prefer a regular made-up girl but not always.

    I just do not want to see an unfresh and unclean face.

    If they can do that without make-up and just moisturizer and a clean face, that's great.

  • nostalgicsims Post author

    Well, not all of us look as good as you do without makeup XD You should have used multiple girls with different skin types or something.

  • Sweet Cheeks Post author

    Noticing a skin tone is judging ?

  • Cecime Street Post author

    Yes they do.

  • Dan and Candace Parrott Post author

    Dramatic, or bold makeup is usually worn as a form of artistic self-expression. Quite contrary to being insecure.

  • Blumen Wiese Post author

    Someone who is insecure is wearing a bright red lip ?! 😂

  • taegukult • Post author

    If you'd have cystic acne, scars, bad rosacea etc. people would react negatively. I know because I've been there.
    I mean, you have amazing skin without make up. You really don't need to cover anything.

  • Commenter Number One Post author

    She looks pale and tired without makeup.

  • Paula M Post author

    please next time choose someone that does not have perfect skin

  • mingi'sfixon Post author

    You wouldn't care so much what people thought of you if you knew how seldom they did.

  • Olivera K Post author

    I like "it looks like you prioritize other things", "you are laidback", "not looking to impress" answers.

    I used makeup in wawes. There were several years in my life with all kind of makeup experiments and then I would just quit. When friends asked me why my answer was honest: to rejuvenate my face. When I had a corporate job, I wore makeup every day because I used to work in offices with a low amount of natural light and ceiling light was always on. I would look like the horror movie character if I didn't wear any.

    Now I don't wear any makeup almost all the time and I made people around me used to see me like that. It is very important to look after your skin and you can go with look of your choice.

  • Adunola the Oracle Post author

    But look who she asked though… 😒🙄Most of them look #frumpy and like they eat cheap ramen for breakfast.

  • Linda Weedmark Post author

    Loved the blond guy at the end. From the three pictures, I like the middle picture best. 💗Thanks for the video, it's very interesting to see what people are thinking!

  • ashley cookies Post author

    Makeup has gotten so trendy in recent years I don't see how a full-face can be considered a big deal anymore. I love my full face of makeup including lashes. I have my full makeup days, my less makeup days, and even no makeup days. It's really not a big deal and everyone who knows me knows that I'm still the same person regardless of what is or isn't on my face.

  • This World IsCrazy Post author

    Bad lash choice

  • This World IsCrazy Post author

    And that's why I dont care

  • Olivia Woloshyn Post author

    Find a girl who isn't hot and they'll think differently lemme tell you

  • Anna Carin Post author

    Full face is damn sexy 🙂

  • Dimi P Post author

    I get annoyed when girls DON'T wear make up and they look like they are wearing their pyjamas when they are out and about.Like you couldn't spend 10' minutes in the morning on your physical appearance , and look like you are actually out instead of being at home? does this signify that you are feminist or that you don't care in general about many things in your life? I was in London and I would admire all the different kind of beauty and styles I would see on the street.Then I went to another city in which people just looked miserable and fed up with life while putting very little effort in their appearance. I prefer London.Be extra!

  • April Harmony Post author

    When I wear a full face of makeup, I do get different reactions, just like you, it's a mixbage. However most of the negative responses came from women. Thats actually the reason why I wear a full face most if the time now😂😂😂

  • Fangurl Friday Post author

    There is one thing that is really really annoying me though, and it's because I'm OCD. But that little loop of hair on her head like.. it's not been brushed the right way… and it annoys me because if it's on my head I brush it so everything looks natural, and that loop is just kind of like.. out there, waiting to be cut or done like a chore @[email protected]

  • Jojoba M Post author

    Well shes conventionally attractive so…

  • Welcome Adalia Post author

    OMG the lady was wearing a Selena shirt

  • Karina Guerra Post author

    I love wearing it, love a bright lipstick. But when i see tons on someone it can age you.

  • Frida Melody Post author

    I love makeup… when I don't use it I feel kinda naked tbh

  • Linty Colt Post author

    Jepp i judge, it looks dirty smells bad adds 10 year + and if need to fake a look then its not trustfull.

  • Sane Sanny Post author

    Approachable is the right word for me, personally i would approach more females without make up

  • Jocelyn Kibbe Post author

    As someone who really enjoys creating a new makeup look everyday, I'm just as concerned that wearing it gives you stronger stereotypes, opposed to a bare face. I guess it makes sense in the way that everyone has their natural face, but applying makeup means making intentional decisions about the way you want to portray yourself. This, in the same way as fashion choices can give insight to that persons interests or influences. Which isn't souly a negative thing. Just don't take it to far because often its not that deep and people are just experimenting with looks they think look nice or even just came about with what they had. Most important thing to remember is that people judge you both negatively AND positively with different assumptions on who you are for each way you chose to present yourself so you might as well look how you want. And also know that everyone, I mean everyone, makes some sort of judgement of you on very first impression and thats not as evil as many people make it out to be, because most people understand that their initial thoughts are hardly reliable and opinions will change immediately as people get to you you and with every action you take.

  • EscargoTouChaud Post author

    Someone who is naturally beautiful and don't wear make-up is so lucky. I think it's a bit too simple too say to someone that "everyone is naturally beautiful, so you don't need make-up". Bravo to those who don't care, but I fully understand that some don't feel good without it. Men can be quite weird that way; they'll say they prefer girls without make-up, but they don't know that the made-up girl they just drooled over would look very different without, and they wouldn't look at her twice.

  • Mirage Rousseau Post author

    She is stunning all 3 ways

  • Marci Nelson Post author

    Personally, I give zero f's if someone doesn't like my makeup. I've been wearing it since I was 13. I think you look great with or without it.

  • Fabulous Post author

    Ur lips.. artificial lips.. make ur mouth look weird when u talk. Why.. just why. Awful look

  • Ann Delise Post author

    I wonder if the comments on the non-makeup portion would have been more harsh for a woman who's less attractive. Like, a pretty girl without makeup would likely be considered "confident" enough in herself to go without makeup. But a less attractive girl without makeup would likely be considered "lazy", "doesn't take care of herself", etc.

  • MsVerbose Post author

    I think everything changes when you're an older woman.  Most of us look like death-warmed-over when we go without makeup.

  • Harpal Kaur Post author

    This woman is beautiful without make up.

    The girl at 6:40 was concerning. She felt that she would be judged if she didn't wear it. She shouldn't worry about the others opinions.

  • ssela ill Post author

    Your bare face looks AMAZING

  • Rebecca Catbug Post author

    Of course people judge you based on your make up, people just judge.

  • K C Post author

    You don't really need makeup

  • Coco and the Muse Post author

    Awesome video!! Thank you!!!

  • g g Post author

    i noticed a trend…all the negative comments are from girls who quite frankly aren't that cute (sorry). Maybe its your own insecurity that makes you think a hot girl that is put together would somehow be insecure, I believe its called projection. I think the reaction is more telling of the people and not the girl in question.

  • MIKI-WAWA Post author

    People must do what they want to do. I love women with a ot of makeup, I think that's gorgeous.

  • Che Flores Post author

    I'm a professional and in my line of business I noticed the change my clients approach me when I was make up free and when I started wearing makeup. Like it or not, people will treat you the way you project yourself to them

  • Cj Leflame Post author

    Those males are bitches… one of those males act like just his opinion only matters by saying less makeup is better… yeah, that’s just what you think, but not everyone

  • gu goop Post author

    I always get compliments because I were my colors

  • gu goop Post author

    She looks good in those colors

  • Joy Wilner Post author

    I don't wear makeup. I don't think it makes that much of a difference whether or not I wear makeup, and I don't want to put toxins on my skin. I usually wash my face with just water.

  • Not a Beauty Guru Post author

    5 Min Makeup with comedy

  • Erin Nelson Post author

    I personally think you look younger without makeup

  • Kelly M Post author

    The thing is, the beauty and entertainment industry mask the truth by using makeup and special effects. It's rare and more UNlikely to find a celebrity who DOESN'T use makeup for their "natural" snapchats, instagrams, YouTube videos, etc. Example: All if not most YouTubers apply a base to conceal imperfections and/or enhance their eyes, eyelashes, lips, nose, scars, etc. BEFORE hitting record. When they say "It's not a pimple it's a reaction" 🙄 or "my face is swollen from xyz but I haven't had any work done or filler" 😂 and the camera is not close enough to pick up on imperfections like large pores, blackheads, dark circles and under eye bags. They look the same as all of us if not worse. Editing is real folks. Ask your favorite YTr to start zooming in for ALL of their videos (even tho those are also easily edited). We really don't expect beauty to be authentic anymore and it's time to make it so. Makeup or no makeup, large or small, scars or no scars, beauty is what we have been made to believe it is. 😘

  • Syeda Begum Post author

    Hey if wearing makeup makes you happy just do it don't care about what people say I get judged regardless if I wear it or not it's my face and most of the time people say I look better without it but because I like to do makeup and maybe in the future open up a Beauty Poler I practice on myself . But I don't wear it to impress people. I wearing to have more self love and mostly impressed myself and just practice because thats something that I want to get into Open up my own profession . To me wearing makeup it's like a hobby that I in joy 😊

  • Joky Bones Post author

    imo when you have the guts to go out with no make up you are stronger and i relate to them more. i see make up as a mask and i don´t like it everytime!

  • Joky Bones Post author

    wait why isnt it confident to go out without make up? it definitely is!

  • caracarota Post author

    “Where are you going?…. can I come?”
    Idk why I laughed at that but I did lol

  • Just Your UnAverage Random Post author

    who's the girl at 1:11

  • Misa Misaa Post author

    Tbh I normally just put on pastel blue eyeliner… most people don't notice it because I wear glasses xD Also I only wear concealer/foundation/whatever only on bad skin days when I have important social events due to skin condition…

  • Tamanna Tabassum Mim Post author

    To the Guys do you like girls with makeup or without makeup?

  • Nurul Aryani Post author

    I always use full makeup when go to college and when hang out 😑 so yeah in there a lot of people will turn their head or glance on me. I think they're kind of rude. I mean why must look at me with strange expression. nahh but I don't really care 'cause its up to me

  • the_indie_kawaii_ hon Post author

    Bold lips=power

  • Scarlett James Post author

    So interesting!

  • Princess Pumpkin Post author

    My brother used to always make comments to me like 'guys don't like dark lipsticks!' or 'guys don't like when girls wear too many rings!'. To that I say… I don't dress for guys. I dress in a way that makes ME feel good, and I will continue to do so! mic drop

  • GachaEchø Post author

    I think it's pretty whatever you do

  • Sarath Digital Marketing Post author


    Actor Lisa Ray, a cancer survivor has opened up about her experience while fighting with the vicious disease which changed her life, at the launching ceremony of her book regarding the same.

    Lisa said she felt comfortable in her own skin than ever before as she talks about the true definition of beauty after experiencing life from a much wider spectrum.

    At the launch of her book entitled, ‘Close To The Bone’, which dealt with the her life experience with cancer, she said ironically that she think she was the most attractive at her 47 rather than her 16.


  • Chelo Cordero Post author

    lesS mAkEuP iS bEtTeR

  • 王佳艺 Post author

    zack looks so laid back , hahahahahhaha

  • Arthi .M.P Post author

    1:05 incesurity

  • Grace O'Callaghan Post author

    Man I wanna teach her how to fill in her brows properly!! She’s beautiful no matter what tho!!

  • Meika Surgenor Post author

    “Confident not wearing makeup”…. I’ve never worn makeup because I’m not confident enough to ware makeup. I’m scared of judgment from others that “your changing” or “it looks bad”.

  • Sophie Ang Post author

    Bro she is so pretty without makeup

  • Braeleigh Caldwell Post author

    Aren’t you just tired of the Nacho Fries Movie Trailers? please tell me I’m not the only one

  • Maja Jaganjac Post author

    There’s nothing wrong with wearing makeup, it’s fun, it’s art, I love it. Nothing to do with confidence.

  • Llama AJ Post author

    I think the reason on her no makeup look online was more judgmental is because online people say so much stuff because they aren’t talking face to face with someone. But when talking to someone in person people are more likely to hold back what all they have to say.

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