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Don't care as long as the woman isn't drawing dark brown lines around the outer edges of her lips--ugliest style I've seen in decades.

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You sure? Maybe if you used a larger font? ;)

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According to surveys, the application of lipstick doubles a woman's confidence, regardless of the shade.

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Generally there is no message.<br />
Mainly its chosen to coordinate with an outfit,<br />
or if she only wears one colour, she will choose it to suit her skin colour.<br />
If women always wear it, the natural lip colour underneath becaomes very pale, and the lips become dependent on the cover to prevent chapping from sun, wind and driness.<br />
I don't wear lipstick, and it does say a few things about me.<br />
I grew up in the era of feminism, so I dislike the aspects of fashion that involve any interpretation of women as potential sex ob<x>jects -- most women are people first, who like to be known as whole beings before sex becomes a consideration.<br />
I also grew up in the later era of hippies, so I like all things natural, open, unhidden.<br />
To me make-up is a mask, hides the face, clogs pores, unnecessary expense, and many brands are systematically and continuously the result of cruelty to animals.

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What do YOU think??????<br />
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;-)

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I'm thinking you all know what you are doing . . . . it works . . . and we respond accordingly . . . with accented lips making quite the smile . . . just wish I could decode the smile - lol

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;-) Actually, now I'll give you a real answer: I wear ONLY red and am NEVER seen in public without it. (I am talking a true fire-engine red, here.) I tend anyway to attract attention; in addition to having a lot of hair, I am nearly six feet tall. The red lipstick is at once classic / elegant AND openly s**y. (I usually have red on my finger and toe nails as well.)

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Lipstick shade should complement her skin color. Sometimes it has to do with matching or not clashing with clothing, like a handbag. Sometimes it has to do with mood. (But it cannot tell you if she wants sex.)

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Lipstick doesn't do my talking. I do. And I don't hide behind makeup. No scary morning face from this girl.

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women with darker lipstick seem pretty intimidating.

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Really? How, like? TOO s**y?

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like they're brooding and callous.

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I like my Vicious Trollop shade of lipstick.

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