Re: Fired for not wearing make-upMay 22nd, 2009
I also wonder why you would believe that make-up represents beauty. Make-up can change a plain person into a beautiful appearing person or it can change them into something butt ugly. If a woman does not know how to put make-up on, it can spell disaster and I'm sure we've all seen many of those disasters.
The only mistake I see this girl making is in believing that she doesn't need anything on her face. She doesn't need it right now for her appearance. Skin does need a daily cream. Both my eldest sister and my husband's eldest sister believed they did not need make-up. Both sisters used nothing more than lipstick. As they aged, they really aged. The deep valley's in their skin were there before they reached the age of 65. My sister is gone now. My husband's sister has the appearance of of 90 yr. old. She is 76. I have talked with people well into their 80's who looked better than both women did in their late 60's. I don't agree that she needs to wear visible make-up for the public to see, but she should (and maybe does)need to keep her skin moist or she will begin to age rapidly.