The Power of Makeup! Women’s Day Special

Makeup plays an essential part in a women’s life not because it hides their imperfections but allows them to walk with confidence. Yes Confidence! You read it right! Most people consider makeup as a taboo as it completely changes the look of a person and hides the natural beauty but no it just enhances the appearance of a person. Makeup is a form of art which transforms a person into something that we all generally don’t expect but Makeup is a way from which a lady can express her feelings and never regret about.

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I am sure that every lady desires to look glamorous and bold but that doesn’t change who she is from inside. Every girl is beautiful from inside outside, the way she carries herself, the way she flaunts herself either with makeup or without makeup.


So, don’t judge a girl who puts a lot of makeup because sometimes that red lipstick can even slay your world.

Shout out to all the girls there who plays with Makeup Boldly! Happy Women’s Day to all of the beautiful and strong women out there!

Thank you for reading! Let me know your views on this topic.

P.s – That above eye makeup is created by me!

Stay happy!

39 thoughts on “The Power of Makeup! Women’s Day Special”

  1. First of all, the make up you did was too good.Every girl is beautiful inside and outside with or without make up.And also lots of people expect girls to wear make up and be beautiful. As you had said already girls are beautiful in their own way. It’s just their choice. It’s always the society that keeps telling what to do and what not to do. If we can’t change it we can just ignore.happy women’s day.

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    1. I just read your comment now, must have forgotten and that’s really nice to know that you used to do eye makeup. But why did you stopped?
      Would love to see the pictures if you feel like giving a shot to it.
      Thank you.

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  2. Interesting Post. Make-up can certainly give confidence but it’s a 2-edged sword because too much of it can really alter how the wearer’s face appears. Take it off and the partner may feel that the person they’re with isn’t who they were with the previous day…
    I guess as a guy I’m perhaps not expressing that very well but my good lady wears very little make-up and I like it that way. Her personality is in her wonderful eyes. The only thing she does regularly change large scale is her hair – typical African 😉

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    1. I can completely understand your opinion. Too much of everything is obviously harmful and staying natural is the best among everything. But through this post I just wanted to show that makeup shouldn’t be considered as a taboo, it is something to play with and enjoy.
      Thank you 😇

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  3. Loved this piece! I love make up, which 9s why I decided to pursue this interest in it further later in life. Taking up a makeup class recently inspired me to write about my journey. I hope you enjoy reading about it in my blog

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