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Do guys like the natural-look? Do guys like lots of make-up?
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Dear Abi, you ain’t have anything on us. Five guys, five different love stages and worst topics. Get ready for a little guy guidance. I’m Steven Fabian and this is “That’s What He Said”.
Make-up, guys like the natural look; lots of make-up. This is a hot topic. What do you guys think?
Male 2: Too much money spent on make-up, as far as I’m concerned because for one of the cheese in my book, I have to like a girl without make-up.
Male 3: Make-up is essentially a lying-paint. Why put it on? They have to have the mascara that goes to your eyes.
Male 4: That’s eye shadow.
Male 2: The gesturing. I know the routine but it’s the shadow above and the mascara on the eyelashes.
Male 3: When this is off. When you had this for like weeks at a time and we see it off, it’s look like a new born baby, because your eyes look huge because you haven’t seen that flesh color for a while.
Male 5: I’ve dated a girl with a lot of foundation and it’s so bad because you don’t want to touch her face that much.
Male 6: You know it almost reminds me of a high school thing or a middle school thing when you look at a girl and you see the make-up on her face. You could see like the ring like that.
Male 3: My girlfriend never wears make-up, but the time she does, it’s like, “Oh! Hey! Fireworks!
Male 2: If you guys are talking some can smell of her lipstick? Lip gloss is one thing because they have all these flavors and you know that’s just for you.
Male 4: Stop putting this in your lips. You don’t need that. Every five minutes. It’s like gloss or I don’t know what it is.
Male 1: It’s a song. It’s a lip gloss song that the gloss is popping.
Male 2: But, I know that they need it. I know that women need it. You know what, they need it for each other. Exactly because they have to look better than anyone in that room. It’s terrible.
Male 6: But sometimes I think it takes a lot of make up to look like there’s no make-up.
Male 5: Yeah, that’s like the jedi mind trick of the whole thing, like you’re not wearing any make-up.