According to other statistics , many women make themselves up even before visiting a gym — every sixth woman to be precise. Bright Side explored how the attitudes of people toward women with or without women change. The members of our editorial staff also shared their opinions on the topic — you can find their stories in the bonus section of the article. Nevertheless, I remember some people not being able to recognize me at first because they were used to seeing me without cosmetics. Usually, the reaction of people to my makeup is either neutral or positive. Funnily enough, people often compliment my brows, which look fine without makeup too.
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I've never really worn makeup. It just isn't my thing. Over the years, my relationship with makeup has changed from a strong loathing to a passive uncaring of the whole practice. It started when I was a kid: My best friend was having a makeup party, aka a "let's throw enough glitter on these 9-year-olds faces to make Boy George approve" party. Fun fact: Boy George was almost crushed by a giant glitter ball once.