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Thursday, 16 April 2015

Are women peer pressed by society?

I just watched a video about a make up tutorial. To be honest: I was shocked to see the girl without make up in the beginning, she looks totally different. Then I began thinking about myself, because I used to model in the past. I also have to admit that I look different without make-up. Without it I look like an everyday normal British girl.

Now I'm thinking: are we being peer pressed by society and media to look a specific way? From what I see in big cities, especially in England, is that so many women wear makeup in order to look pretty. Are we ashamed of ourselves and our natural looks?


  1. I'm not sure if we are forced to wear make up, but I think media plays a big role in the perception of ourselves.

  2. If you know what you're worth, you won't be peer pressed.

  3. I don't think so, it's all about self-confidence.

  4. I think it depends on where they are.Sometimes a job requires you look a specific way like being an air hostess.