Jan 11, 2013
Septum piercings, skulls/Hello Kitty on ages 20+, chalky lipsticks on pale skin, thin eyebrows, unnatural red/blonde hair, shorts with exposed pockets, tans that are more than 3 shades darker than natural complexion, eyeshadow that matches outfit, 3 finger rings, unnatural red/blonde hair/ wrong shade of red lips, pasty foundation, Snookie Pump, uggs that look like ugh, pants with writing on the butt and butt implants
Over-the-top eyebrows that look super dupa fake and concealer that's way too light for the skin tone
Dip dyes annoy me. I just don't think they look cute... At all. It's been over said, but falsies.. And the jeweled look? Like rhinestones all over the eyelids and mouth? How is that the least bit comfortable. I can see one, at the corner of one eye, but all over? Why?
Anything you can tell is fake or too much. Like false lashes, implants, clown eyebrows, extensions, etc. i'm more into natural stuff!
I just it's not so much as make up. But I hate when I watch a YouTube video of people talking about products and then everyone i go everyone is always recommending it and stuff. I feel like everyone is just saying what they said to try to fit in or something.
Blonde hair & extremely dark brows. So unattractive.
ohttp://www...lets see...Shaving your hair on one side,ombre hair,ultra thin eyebrows,overdone contouring/blush,that really light pink lipstick,very complicated fake nails with Picasso paterns,rings,stones,blingblings....I have more...I will be back...
When girls put on too much foundation and don't spread it evenly making themselves look mega cakey.
@Leganus, I agree with that, too!
A lot of these hates are my LOVES. I'm gonna be the 70 year old with purple and blue hair. I also love, love, love bold brows.
Also, I LOOOOOVE Drag Make-Up. Sometimes I wanna look like a faux queen.
I do have some pet peeves though:
Bad weaves/hair extensions. If you can't afford quality hair or are able to put them in correctly, save your money until you're able to do it right.
Snooki orange tans!
The over use of shimmery/opalescent highlighting powders. If applied properly, these types of powders will accentuate your facial features beautifully. If you go overboard with them, you'll end up looking like a shimmery powdered doughnut.
Oh, Coontails! Will they just die?!?!
there are so many girls at my school who don't need foundation, but wear it anyway and in the wrong shade for their skin to give them a tanned look. it looks absolutely horrible and trashy. I think they look way better with out it.
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