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#10969 - anon (07/08/2012) [-]
This question is aimed at boys more than anything, preferably aged between 15-19 just to save you reading. So I'm 16 and my end of school prom is coming up this week. At this prom I want to look really nice and stand out from my usual 'Not really that pretty or popular' description. My question to you boys is what make-up stands out on a girl (e.g. eye make-up, lips, good skin, etc) and don't say 'No make-up' because I am most certainly not turning up to my only prom without make-up on. Also, I want to attract the attention of someone I have liked for a long time, do you think it's best to just go up and talk to him or give him hints, if hints what kind? Thanks.
User avatar #11019 to #10969 - lumahh (07/08/2012) [-]
Well, I know you wanted males, but from a girl's perspective, go with a subtle makeup.
Not too flashy because goodness knows that's obnoxious.
Try to get colors that highlight your features, such as your eyes.
Also, as for hair, try to do curls, from what I hear guys like that.

Good luck~
User avatar #11229 to #11019 - meepit (07/08/2012) [-]
I'm a guy and I like straight hair rather than curly. I'm gay thou.
User avatar #11430 to #11229 - lumahh (07/09/2012) [-]
Not like, naturally curly, but heat-styled curls.

But I do prefer straight hair as well. c:
User avatar #11013 to #10969 - scoopus (07/08/2012) [-]
an eyeliner and lipstick is all i would want on a girl....and also the only reall makeup i know off...
User avatar #10971 to #10969 - ziirak ONLINE (07/08/2012) [-]
Get the right haircut. trust me it can make you look like a new man. and throw your shoulders back a bit and walk more confidently and you'll come off as someone new and alluring.
#10972 to #10971 - toastfacekiller (07/08/2012) [-]
Read the post again
#10974 to #10972 - anon (07/08/2012) [-]
HAHAHAHAHA, sorry that made me laugh.
I'm still grateful for the advice though.
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