1. When do you feel at your most attractive?
1. When do you feel at your most attractive?
when I wear a lot of makeup
2. Do you notice women on the street? If so, what sort of women do you tend to notice or admire?
Yes, women who have makeup-artist style makeup, well put together outfits, and the conventionally attractive skinny body I wish I could have.
3. What are some things you admire about how other women present themselves?
when women aren't afraid to wear bold makeup or long, blingy nails
When Kylie Jenner first launched her liquid lipsticks, I suddenly got very interested in makeup. I had never really heard of celebrities having makeup lines, and when I tried it, I went for the bold dark purples and blacks that my friends would never wear. It was a way for me to stand out and express myself in a new, unique way.
I only really go shopping when I'm with my family so I don't pay for anything. I don't have a lot of money to spend on anything but necessities.
I never ever wear black and navy blue in the same outfit, and I try to avoid yellow on my pale skin.
I have multiples of almost every clothing item I own. I'm not sure why.
Yes, I gave my mom amethyst earrings that I got in Scotland, and she wears them every day.
I don't like maxi dresses/ skirts because they make my legs look even shorter than they are.
My family in general tends to genetically have a thicker body type. This doesn't necessarily mean overweight, but I don't have a thigh gap and neither do any other females in my family, and we're very hourglass shaped. My mom's style hasn't been passed down to me. She basically only wears neutrals, purple, and teal.
I haven't stolen any, but I have kept tops my friends have left at my house.
When I hit high school, I was pretty much known as the girl who could pull off anything. That's when I started to explore gothic looks, as well as trendy, girly looks, but I would also sometimes wear leggings and t-shirts.
Not particularly, although I do feel very strongly about letting women wear whatever they want to, and not sexualizing their bodies.
I am almost a perfect hourglass, but my chest is just slightly smaller than my hips. I have a thin waist, but thick thighs, and my arms are a little larger than I would like. My legs are very short and my arms are fairly long. I lost a lot of weight at once, so I do have some loose skin on my belly. My skin is pale and my hair is dark, so despite not having much body hair, it is all very visible.
I am intelligent and imaginative. My mind is capable of problem-solving and extraordinary memory. I can always see the good in others, but that sometimes makes me vulnerable.
I am a very emotional person. I tend to have feelings that mirror the situation around me. I have depression, so I sometimes feel crushing sadness or anger in situations that shouldn't warrant the kind of reaction I have. I find happiness in a few things, but when I do, it is very intense happiness. I love deeply and feel strongly.
I have on no makeup. I am wearing a t-shirt and black leggings. My hair is in the same ponytail as it was in yesterday, and the top is a mess from sleeping in it.
Thinking about how I express myself in relation to how I feel can teach me a lot about myself.
Only my family
Institutions with dress codes affect the way women feel about their bodies, in my opinion. They teach women from a young age that we are sexual objects, and to dress modestly for the convenience of others. Institutions that sell clothing often only depict models of one body type, which I feel like also encourages us to cover our own bodies in shame. I personally don't take these things to heart. Women should wear what they're comfortable wearing.
I really don't think I have either, and I don't know the difference.
I bought an expensive faux fur coat that I've never worn.
When I dress in a way that I feel like suits me, it builds my confidence. For presentations at school, I would always try to dress in a way that I feel pretty, because then I don't mind attention being on me.
Yes, I know what I like in general. I'm a very opinionated person. I think this comes from the fact that my parents have never really put reigns on my self-expression or forced opinions on me.
I wear a lot of makeup, and especially wing my eyeliner. Clothing-wise, I like to wear crop tops, or something black and red. I leave my hair down, because its naturally wavy, or sometimes do a very high ponytail.
I think anyone can look beautiful in anything if they feel beautiful wearing it. Beauty really comes from the brightness of one's eyes, in my opinion. I think nature is beautiful, love is beautiful, strength is beautiful, passion is beautiful.
Nobody is ugly unless they project hate.