Beautiful or too much? -The doll girls-

September 5th, 2012

Make up – the girl’s best friend. Dolls – also the close friends for all the small girls, so if you can be one with makeup, will you give it a try? If you have already been to Japan, you might have seen 2-3 girls with a lot of makeup like dolls on the street. Why? Simply, they like makeups? Or maybe want to get more guys around? My opinion is that it is more like the result of a competition in the girl’s world.

I want to have bigger eyes than her, want to have whiter, clear skin than her. We all know the girls’ world. Always competitive and difficult. A big fan of Japanese culture and Japanese beautiful girls, my husband always say… “If you can’t even notice who you are because of the makeup…. What is the point? “He likes when I put a bit of makeup, but well ok I let you judge if it is too much or not. I put a picture for you to decide.

So? Too much? Or beautiful? I don’t know what does she look like without makeup, but from personal experience, these girls look around 5-10 years younger when they get off their makeup.
When I returned my parents’ house at the end of the year, one of really beautiful girl talked to me saying that “Hey Ayami!! You didn’t change at all!!!” Ok. The voice sounded familiar but with blonde curly hair and super black eye makeup, it took more than 5minutes to know who she was. It was my very good friend from kinder garden. I was a member of tennis club with her too. She is a kind, caring, lovely girl, but for me, she had never been that beautiful. Don’t take me wrong. Of course she has been always a cute girl, but she wasn’t somebody that makes people gaze her. I have to say, that day, she was stunning! It is not because of her makeup, nor super black mini dress she wore. It was “confidence”. She talked and looked me straight in my eyes. The topic was nothing special but all of her movement was saying “I am beautiful”. After I said bye to her, I felt I am still a small girl who can’t love myself as much as she does.
Time passed and now I got my own family in a lovely house. I don’t wear the black mini dress or the tons of makeup, but I like myself as I am. So now, I can say honestly, if the black eye lashes and eye liner are what you need to boost your confidence, why not. Try to be doll girls  Maybe it will open a new door for you.

Thank you to read my articles.

See you day after tomorrow. Good night and have a sweet dreams.

Bisous

Ayami

Make up – the girl’s best friend. Dolls – also the close friends for all the small girls, so if you can be one with makeup, will you give it a try? If you have already been to Japan, you might have seen 2-3 girls with a lot of makeup like dolls on the street. Why? Simply, they like makeups? Or maybe want to get more guys around? My opinion is that it is more like the result of a competition in the girl’s world.

I want to have bigger eyes than her, want to have whiter, clear skin than her. We all know the girls’ world. Always competitive and difficult. A big fan of Japanese culture and Japanese beautiful girls, my husband always say… “If you can’t even notice who you are because of the makeup…. What is the point? “He likes when I put a bit of makeup, but well ok I let you judge if it is too much or not. I put a picture for you to decide.

So? Too much? Or beautiful? I don’t know what does she look like without makeup, but from personal experience, these girls look around 5-10 years younger when they get off their makeup.
When I returned my parents’ house at the end of the year, one of really beautiful girl talked to me saying that “Hey Ayami!! You didn’t change at all!!!” Ok. The voice sounded familiar but with blonde curly hair and super black eye makeup, it took more than 5minutes to know who she was. It was my very good friend from kinder garden. I was a member of tennis club with her too. She is a kind, caring, lovely girl, but for me, she had never been that beautiful. Don’t take me wrong. Of course she has been always a cute girl, but she wasn’t somebody that makes people gaze her. I have to say, that day, she was stunning! It is not because of her makeup, nor super black mini dress she wore. It was “confidence”. She talked and looked me straight in my eyes. The topic was nothing special but all of her movement was saying “I am beautiful”. After I said bye to her, I felt I am still a small girl who can’t love myself as much as she does.
Time passed and now I got my own family in a lovely house. I don’t wear the black mini dress or the tons of makeup, but I like myself as I am. So now, I can say honestly, if the black eye lashes and eye liner are what you need to boost your confidence, why not. Try to be doll girls  Maybe it will open a new door for you.

Thank you to read my article. See you day after tomorrow.

Good night and have a sweet dreams.

Bisous

Ayami

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