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My first reaction to think its a gay thing which is more or less its the kind of thing women do.
Make up is all about deception, ego, manipulation and vanity.
Before the 20th century makeup was the domain of prostitutes.
So...make-up for gays and PUAs? That was my first thought.
I suppose with this current era of the mass feminization of men, males are using feminine tactics to appeal to females, who have become masculine. One thing I do notice though is how quickly the illusion falls apart once you realize what it is. That's why I prefer girls without make-up. I want to see real prettiness and beauty and see what she really is and the kind of girl I'm really getting. Make-up was once the domain of hookers, and that's the way it should've stayed. Now, granted, I suppose very skillfully done make-up - whether to faces or abs - could be made to look fairly nice, but it's still an illusion that will dissipate very easily. This is why I thought of PUAs I guess - no substance, merely flash that evaporates the moment you try to claim it.
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I don't know when makeup was only the domain of hookers. It seems to me makeup has been in women's blood for a pretty long time. Didn't some queen in England or France die with 10 pounds of makeup on her face?
Anyways I've placed a microscope on something. But I would bet money your average guy would not recognize when a woman has makeup or not under normal busy conditions. Every single photo on this website of a hot girl in the nsfw section probably has makeup. Women have evolved quite well to fake how they look.
Cameras are very unforgiving. Unless the light is exactly right a guy can be completely ripped but you won't see any detail. So a body builder with a flat photo will be out performed by guy who understand light and shadow.
As I've said in other posts there's no such thing as looking "neutral" or "natural". These are purely man made descriptions. Every angle and lighting condition will produce optical properties. It's just a question of which results you want to show.
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