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Are you making the right makeup choices in order to find — and keep the one?

As a woman, it’s no surprise to you that just about every lady has an interesting relationship with makeup. You may have a daily routine with lipstick, eyeshadow or a magic concealer that you can’t go without. You may have a signature look that makes you feel confident. You may even hate it, but wear it for certain occasions for different reasons.

You may be surprised, but this tumultuous relationship with makeup actually influences love life. Is it for the better or worse?

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To Pucker Up… Or Not: How Cosmetics Can Affect Your Relationships

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  1. This isn’t about how make-up affects our relationships, it’s about how men view us according to how we wear make-up.
    Should we really choose what make-up we wear just to please men? Personally I don’t present myself in the way I do just so that men will like it!

    • I agree 100%! I can’t understand why this article is on Psych Central in the first place. If I wanted to read about makeup and how to rely on stereotypical ways to get a man, I would pick up a women’s magazine like Cosmo.

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