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“Beautiful is when you wake up in the morning, not after you mask your face with chemicals.” Shakanova
hey asshole, weren’t you the one telling me yesterday that people have different perceptions of talent? They might also have different perceptions of beauty. I actually appreciate and respect a girl who puts an honest effort into making herself look good. And chemicals aren’t necessarily bad; in fact they’re the foundation of modern medicine. Moisturizers and acne meds give women soft & clear skin, shampoo gives them healthy hair, sunscreen protects them from skin cancer, and so on…. I will agree with you that it (makeup) should be done in moderation, but it isn’t categorically bad.
Also, natural & “good” or “beautiful” are not synonyms as people ALWAYS seem to think. (Why?) There’s such a thing as natural ugliness, and that’s why god made beauty products. Let’s not be hippie assholes and reject his benevolent gifts!
Hmm good point. However you perhaps misunderstood the point; or not. But I mean if you rather have artificial beauty than that of natural beauty then that’s fine.
And we all know beauty is beauty; as in beauty it could be natural or artificial. Natural don’t make you beautiful. But if you’re beautiful naturally; no need for the supplements.
Why would you really go for a woman who in order to “look good” have to spend a lot of time on herself; if you’re looking for beauty? If beauty is the motif; why would you waste it in artificial… the nxt morning she won’t look the same. LOL
I’m not saying I’d rather have “artificial” beauty. I’m saying that makeup and beauty products, when applied in the right amount, will only enhance a woman’s figure whether she’s naturally beautiful or not. There are definitely some (or maybe a lot) of chicks who OD on the sh*t, and of course, even if they were beautiful without it, it ends up making them look all plastic and repulsive. In that case, I fully agree with you. But just because some people misuse it is not reason enough to dismiss all makeup as bad “chemicals”.
Another point I should make: just like I don’t think the word “natural” is categorically good, I also don’t think that the word “artificial” is categorically bad.
off topic: i like the logo. real zen.
Thank you sir.
Good post… The beauty of a women is… http://jeremylebor.wordpress.com/2010/08/01/the-beauty-of-a-woman/
“Beauty is a summation of the parts working together in such a way that nothing is needed to be added, taken away or altered” Elio Carletti.
Thought you might like that one.
I rather love it. Thanks a lot my hippie friend. Thanks a lot.
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