For females, should I define it or not, it even seems one of the greatest tasks in their lives to look decent with makeup. Of course, some would never take it that way. Though it does strike me as so, having been growing up here in Japan so far.
When I was in highschool, there was my favourite World History teacher. Once he said in his class, 'Isn't women being required to wear a makeup at work kind of a discrimination against them?' This comment he made has been indelibly imprinted on my mind this far.
I also noticed recently that makeups make every kind of faces look all alike, if you look at them in the big picture. They are all aiming for the same 'ideal' features of face. Longer eyelashes, emphasised eyes, glossier lips...and so forth.
Now I'm kind of in a dilemma. Should I still keep on practising while holding an imperishable question deep inside me? Or, should I rather just give it all up and live my life with an as-it-is face?
Well, it's probably not an issue one has to take so seriously<3
Still it was a good subject for me to practise writing with:P
Thank you for sparing time to read all this!
Don't forget to be harsh on correcting my English:D
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Having turned 19, I feel that it's about time I learned how to wear some decent makeup. I've already purchased a brown eyeshadow thingy and tried putting some on my eyelids several times. The thing is, however, I can't really say that I look better with it at all. I mean, of course my eyes are accent