Makeup = Maturity??Ever since I was 14, everyone has tried to push me to wear makeup. I won't. I don't enjoy it.. I feel fake... and I don't want to hide who I really am. Is that such a problem? I'll put it on rare occasions for the fun of it, but to wear it daily and almost rely on it to help others see me as "older" or "more mature" seems absolutely ridiculous and stereotypical. I am now 19 and married, but since I look "childish"... no one will take me seriously. In reality, my mentality is more mature than what age I look... so why should it matter? Would you rather me look older and act like a complete fool of myself like the majority of young girls do today?
Makeup is just a Stereotype anymore. If you don't wear it... you're not mature... you're not a real "woman". Well, I'm SORRY women out there can't accept the way they were born. I'm sorry that I will never be taken seriously ba
I'm ranting and raving because I just got a call from a dear friend who decided "I needed a makeover" because her and her friends think I don't look "responsible" enough to be married ba
Even WORDS cannot describe the frustration that comes with looking natural. Who would have thought it would be so hard?