That’s my personal preference, yes:
immaculate makeup that looks as if she is not wearing makeup at all. Though for
evening, I quite like the smoky-eye look. Or depending on the dress and hairdo,
the frosty-eye look.
Want to know what is NOT my preference?
Fake eyelashes. Scary-as-fuck fake
eyelashes that look like squished spiders stuck to her eyelids. Oh, the horror.
And before someone someone goes “What’s
wrong with fake eyelashes? Some can look quite good..”
Let me save you the keystrokes and answer
My personal preference? I prefer dating a girl with makeup that LOOKS like she isn’t wearing makeup. Those membumi guys who say stuff like “gw suka cewek yg alami2 aja” obviously hasn’t woken up next to enough of them to have an informed opinion.
“Wajib”? No. Cewek ain’t got any
kewajiban to do *anything* for the sake of men. I wouldn’t want to date a woman
who wears makeup for me. I’d date a woman who wears makeup simply because it
makes herself feel good.
For the record, no.. I’m not into women who
look.. uh, manly. How you ever arrived at that conclusion is beyond me. On the
other hand, I do prefer the less-feminine look. Short hair looks different,
less ribet, and accentuates the face. And I find the back of the neck to be
The next time you go to a restaurant, pay
attention to how couples are seated.
You’ll always see a long-haired girl
sitting *side-by-side* with her boyfriend. It’s subtle… but it also shows
possesiveness by the boyfriend, and perhaps a desire to show her off to others.
At the cost of having a proper face-to-face conversation with her.
But a short-haired girl? She will always
sit across from him, having an eye-to-eye conversation. Because she is not
someone for a man to guard, or show off as elbow-candy. And she would never
date a man who sees her as such, either.
And that, is why I like short-haired women.
I have no issue with the matter. If someone
has the resources and intention to do so, then I don’t see any reason why she
shouldn’t. I know several women who don’t actually *need* behel gigi, yet
suffer for months in them and we think nothing of it. On the other hand, the
average rhinoplasty fully heals in 2 weeks.
My stance on cosmetic surgery is the same
as my stance on make-up: spend as much resources and time on it as you want, as
long as the results don’t LOOK like you spent time and resources on it.
“Tapi pipi aku tembem”,
“leher aku pendek”, “rahang aku besar”, “jadinya keriting”,
“my forehead has horns”.
There is not a single excuse that I have
not heard. And I consider them all invalid.
Does that answer your question?