they don't have to...
I'm in college and I don't wear makeup. and i'm not a feminist!
So proud. (cry2)
Whoever disagrees with this amirite is a middle-school girl that wears tons of makeup
I'm a senior and high school and I don't wear any make up at all. They're just now learning, they haven't figured out what works yet. They can wear it however they want.
Actually, no. I just find middle school girls hideous and acne ridden and at least if they wear some make up I won't throw up when I look at them
That makes sense, but it looks wrong when you see a 12 year old girl with black rings around her eyes and her lips are concealed to match her face
No girl should have to wear tons of makeup.
I'm pretty sure no one has to wear tons of makeup.
But some people have proteus syndrome...
The girls in my grade have worn excessive amounts of makeup since third grade. I don't wear makeup now.
I wore roll on glitter to my first day of 4th grade (just a little bit) and I had to wash it off. It was against the dress code.
Middle school's the time to experiment with makeup and things like that. But I agree, there's a point when it gets excessive. I'm in 11th grade and the most I ever wear is mascara or sometimes eyeliner.
Tons of middle school girls shouldn't have to wear makeup.
If they want to, why not?
They're too young to be worrying about their looks.
Don't tell me you weren't more self conscious than you've ever been in your whole life in middle school. Cuz me and everyone I know was awkward and self conscious in those years. I wore lots of makeup cuz I was new to it and I wanted to do everything at once but hadn't learned what worked yet. When I was11-13, I was worrying about my looks.
I'm not trying to sound like a jerk here, but for 6th and 7th, I really didn't care about my looks. It was only in 8th grade that I felt more self conscious, and make up never even crossed my mind. Then again, I was 10-11 in 6th and 7th, so that might be part of it.
You didn't sound like a jerk at all. I didn't care about my looks in 6th grade either, I started around 7th.
Please, son, tell me that was sarcasm. We didn't raise you that way.