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Miss England finalist is the first contestant to compete without wearing any makeup

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u/RhabarberJack Sep 24 '22

Pretty is pretty

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u/pastdense Sep 24 '22

Pam is a natural beauty. I love just saying her name. "Pam......Pam......PAM"

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u/anodyne88 Sep 25 '22

Are you saying Pan?

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u/Eggsysmistress Sep 25 '22

i think i might be able to help with the pan, pam dilemma

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u/Jerry13888 Sep 25 '22

There's a d on the end. Pand

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u/submachinegunjo Sep 25 '22

It's like "Comb" except P-A-N-M. N-N. There's two N's.

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u/The_Unearther Sep 25 '22

Like Pan-Am without the Am, instead adding a silent 14?

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u/Martin8412 Sep 25 '22

Pam Poovey is indeed a work of art!

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u/Chelsea91xo Sep 24 '22

Cant ever not think of step brothers

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u/lou_sassoles Sep 25 '22

You and your mom are hillbillies. This is a house of learned doctors.

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u/TheLegendaryEsquilax Sep 25 '22

I just watched that episode last night. Strange

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u/justandswift Sep 24 '22

Is there a reason no one has commented about her left hand and that seemingly unbelonging finger with the black nail? Not to mention the odd shape of the wrist?

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u/Sloper59 Sep 24 '22

It does look odd. That 'unbelonging finger' looks like it might be a gold-coloured spike on the cast iron railings. It looks like there's one behind her too but it's too far out of focus to be sure

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u/Perite Sep 24 '22

Yep. Over the right shoulder they’re super out of focus but you can see the other spikes along the railings are gold.

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u/derpeddit Sep 25 '22

No! Shes a witch!

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u/ste7enl Sep 24 '22

I think that's part of the plants/gate. If you look you can see what seems to be another one in the blurry background. She seems to be resting her hand on it.

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u/HideousTits Sep 25 '22

She’s holding a gold railing. And her wrist is twisted back and pressed against the railings.

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u/Luke_starkiller34 Sep 25 '22

r/confusingperspective pretty sure that's a spike on the fence she's holding

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u/Allassnofakes Sep 24 '22

I personally am waiting for a girl to win one of these pageants where they pick someone profoundly plainfaced. Clownfish lips, Looks personality you name it all utterly screechingly awful and then put that person as the top girl because these absurdities are just that

It's a competition to see whose hot, let's not sanitise it by thinking it has anything to do with whatever new gimmick they put out

Yas queen so brave of a exceedingly attractive person to continue to go makeup free

And then get publicised for that. I'd imagine most of the girls on that competition would also do pretty well makeup free

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u/rhymeswithsintaluta Sep 24 '22 Helpful

A victory for naturally good looking women everywhere.

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u/not_old_redditor Sep 24 '22

They've had it tough for too long!

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u/sunsinstudios Sep 25 '22

Did you ever think that maybe there's more to life than being really, really… really ridiculously good looking?

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u/mankinskin Sep 25 '22

Like.. what?

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

TIG OL BIDDIES

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u/flyingturkey_89 Sep 25 '22

It's about time that people born beautiful gets treated better ;)

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u/ArmchairQuack Sep 25 '22

And a huge loss to the ones who only look good in make up.

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u/Michamus Sep 25 '22

Only look good to whom? Who are you trying to impress? I've never heard a guy comment on women's makeup (except when it's too much). That stuff is for yourself. Making it about modifying how others perceive you isn't healthy.

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u/Enders-game Sep 24 '22

No make up doesn't mean no cosmetics.

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u/LowAcanthisitta6197 Sep 24 '22

What's left?

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u/fuzzyflakes Sep 25 '22

Elsewhere I read: "She wore some skin products allowed by the bare-face round, including toner, moisturiser and lip balm."

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u/sunsinstudios Sep 25 '22

I bet she showered too

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u/not_old_redditor Sep 25 '22

Fuckin cheater

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u/the_real_halle_berry Sep 24 '22

Make down.

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u/Garystri Sep 25 '22

Make believe

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u/VulcanCookies Sep 25 '22

From a glance: she has her nails done and what looks to me to be fake tan (could be a natural skin tone though), she has curled her hair likely with heat, her brows have been shaped though in fairness they don’t look microbladed or dyed to me, and of course we don’t know if she’s gotten any fillers, injections, or surgeries.

Not to hate on any of that - I love a good mani pedi - The point is she isn’t prioritizing natural looks she's still prioritizing beauty. She's young, tall, fit, with bold colors (this wouldn't work as well for someone with blond lashes and brows), full lips, and and clear, even skin.

Saying she's doing this so women know they can be beautiful without makeup is a little pretentious at best.

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u/Blue_Water_Bound Sep 24 '22

Wait, what does it mean?

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u/Unsettleingpresence Sep 24 '22

Yes, and? It’s a beauty pageant…

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u/majlo Sep 24 '22

If I was a woman that looked like that, I wouldn't wear makeup either.

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u/PointOfFingers Sep 24 '22

Beauty is only skin deep and she has fantastic skin.

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u/HuckleberryLou Sep 24 '22

Same. Meanwhile if I skip mascara everyone asks if I’m sick

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u/Splashthesea Sep 25 '22

I've resorted to colouring my eyelashes and eyebrows once a fortnight or so. This way I can happily skip applying and wearing and taking off makeup while avoiding people saying that, or feeling inapt for not wearing make up while not naturally looking like this gal.

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u/justleanback Sep 25 '22

It's probably cause they are normalized to the way you look with makeup.

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u/Nimrond Sep 24 '22

Chances are you would anyhow, though.

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u/gagrushenka Sep 24 '22

Guys think we wear make up because we don't feel pretty enough but in reality it's fun. It's also a bit like how people like to dress a certain way to express themselves and the same can be done through make up.

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u/WhisperShift Sep 24 '22 Wholesome

I wish everyone had the makeup and clothing accessories options women have, but I wish no one felt socially obligated to use them.

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u/wiserTyou Sep 24 '22

I once asked an ex a question about makeup and was given a 1hr crash course on the fundamentals of makeup as it relates to different events. Fair enough, she took my crash course on camping gear without complaint.

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u/IHaveAGloriousBeard Sep 25 '22

I love makeup as a dress-up hobby. You go, girl, paint yourself however you want.

I hate makeup as a professional requirement.

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u/maxxian Sep 24 '22

I used to think this way with my wife. Then one day I actually watched her put in on and I could the joy in her eyes as she put it on. Conversation went as follows.

Wife: how do I look?

Me: gorgeous

Wife: awww

Me: you enjoy putting it on as much as you enjoy having it on don't you?

Wife: bout fucking time you caught on!

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u/dubbsmqt Sep 24 '22

And they already printed "Bare Face" on the sash? Sounds like all contestants were makeup free

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u/SiameseCats3 Sep 24 '22

You can easily google the story. They had a bare face round, but contestants have always returned to wearing makeup in the subsequent rounds - she is the first to decide she will not.

“The 20-year-old student will be the first person to compete in the final of the Miss England contest without make-up in its nearly 100-year history, in a bid to show girls they don't have to wear it to feel beautiful. Ms Raouf, from south London, won a special "bare-face" round of the competition last week, cementing her place in the final between 40 contestants on 17 October.”

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-62713645.amp

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u/Valt7786 Sep 24 '22

in a bid to show girls they don't have to wear it to feel beautiful

Yeah, as long as you're already *actually* beautiful without it.

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u/Actually-Yo-Momma Sep 24 '22

she’s won the symmetrical and perfect skin tone lottery… Jesus it actually makes me feel MORE insecure lol

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u/Killface17 Sep 24 '22

I feel skinny, diet over

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u/Allassnofakes Sep 24 '22

We're not far off feels above medical

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u/jerisad Sep 24 '22

Yeah this is not nearly as liberating as people seem to think. Maybe if she had some acne or scarring or something but shes a perfectly symmetrical white 20 year old, she's already the cultural ideal.

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u/DefiantLemur Sep 24 '22

Tbf women's beauty contests aren't a good places to find a feeling of liberation. The whole concept is around striving to reach a impossible place of perfect beauty to win a contest.

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u/Camilo543 Sep 25 '22

Exactly. People are looking for inclusivity in all the wrong places. It’s literally a pretty people contest.

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22 edited Oct 02 '22

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u/curtyshoo Sep 24 '22

Very attractive (if conventional) bilateral symmetry.

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u/terrymr Sep 25 '22

Yeah what about the girls who don’t have perfect skin?

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u/newbiesmash Sep 25 '22

Yea its like if you want to protest the pagents standards just protest the whole thing. Weird antiquated event all round. Fucking gross and stupid.

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u/mismatched7 Sep 26 '22

If anything, make up is the great equalizer, because anyone can get good at that and make themselves look great. If no make up becomes ideal it only hurts people

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u/Darrows_Razor Sep 25 '22

Right 😆 just have perfect bone structure, face no skin damage from acne, or any accidents that might disfigure you in any way, have a perfect complexion, photograph well, and be otherwise blemish free.

Should be fine…

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u/Jest_stir Sep 24 '22

Don't bring logic into this.

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u/DannyTannersFlow Sep 25 '22

Person with 20/20 vision bravely goes glasses-free!

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u/EMHURLEY Sep 25 '22

Finally! I’ve won something! 🥇

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u/Dividand Sep 24 '22

Step 1: Be really, really, ridiculously good looking.

Step 2: Win.

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u/DovahSheep1 Sep 24 '22

I mean it is a beauty contest

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u/Nephantasia Sep 24 '22

Exactly. So much ugly envy in these comments, jeez.

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u/robx0r Sep 24 '22

I would rather people stop placing value in beauty than be beautiful myself.

Also, ugly envy makes it sound like you are accusing people of envying being ugly.

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u/Nephantasia Sep 24 '22

So you and others achieve that by what? Putting this woman down for her genetics? We did it Reddit!

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u/robx0r Sep 25 '22

What the fuck are you talking about? I've never insulted this person. I would have a hard time criticizing somebody for taking advantage of the systems already in place.

Who I would put down is the thirsty losers that salivate over this kind of shit and incentivize this sort of vapid "entertainment."

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u/hajawr12 Sep 25 '22

I seriously don't know how she got even two upvotes for that

Was responding to her earlier, she's one of the ones that just respond to try to find a flaw in someone's comments. Its hilarious.

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u/hajawr12 Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Jesus every single one of your comments is you trying to prove someone wrong.

Grow the fuck up.

Edit: since you blocked me so I can't respond, I was one of them, I didn't search your profile at all.

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u/Portgas Sep 24 '22

Is there more to life than being really,really,really ridiculously good looking?

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u/the_real_halle_berry Sep 24 '22

Orange mocha Frappuccinos?

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u/Kastranrob Sep 24 '22

Nope, life is way easier these days for good looking people.

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u/theRavenAttack Sep 24 '22

But why male models?

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u/Dividand Sep 24 '22

I think a lot of replies are missing the reference! Thank you for knowing it!

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u/tbird20017 Sep 25 '22

....but why male models?

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u/Dividand Sep 25 '22

Are you serious? I just told you that a moment ago.

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u/not_old_redditor Sep 25 '22

Are you serious? I just told you...

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u/Ilikepancakes87 Sep 24 '22

So it turns out the way to win a beauty contest without makeup is to be so attractive that you look like you’re wearing it when you’re not.

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u/Kendertas Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

I don't know used to work with a bunch of Amish ladies who didn't wear makeup and I noticed their skin was clearer then women who normally wear makeup without makeup. Certainly helps to be base level attractive but at least from a outside perspective it seams that once you use makeup regularly you have to keep using it. But I might be talking out my ass as a male who knows nothing about makeup

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u/Vladekk Sep 24 '22

Likely related to diet. I bet Amish diet is much better than average western diet.

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u/Kendertas Sep 24 '22

Definitely not. Amish food is famous for being decadent and indulgent. They aren't afraid to use lard, butter, and sugar. If your ever in Amish country do yourself a favor and get yourself some desert/bakery.

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u/flyingboarofbeifong Sep 24 '22

Gotta do something with all that excess butter they churn for fun!/s

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u/pearlpistol Sep 24 '22

Uhhh Amish food is still much healthier than the SAD. At least where I’m from it’s based on traditional Dutch/German food. Much better than eating mainly highly processed food, and the quantities are better too. I personally hate the taste of lard, which they do generally use for their baked goods, so YMMV on the topic of desserts.

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u/LionTigerWings Sep 25 '22

You'd be surprised at how little that stuff matters in comparison to the crap Americans eat for the sake of ease. And I'd bet they consume less sugar on average.

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u/senorglory Sep 24 '22

Did you just confess a kink for the Amish?

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u/KathrynTheGreat Sep 24 '22

That's not really how makeup works. It's true that makeup can clog your pores and cause skin issues, but that's usually not a problem as long as you wash it off every night.

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u/atreyu947 Sep 25 '22

Yeah… Like I wear make up because my skin sucks. Not the other way around since I recently started wearing it lol.

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u/Shoes-tho Sep 24 '22

This woman does not look like she’s wearing makeup.

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u/Mestewart3 Sep 24 '22

With her uniform/blemishles skin tone and glossy lips I would 100% believe she was wearing a bit of makeup if someone told me.

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u/yomerol Sep 25 '22

Exactly. Light or natural makeup is still makeup

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u/Shoes-tho Sep 24 '22

She has really nice skin. That’s a thing. And her lips literally just look like maybe she licked them a minute before this picture was taken.

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u/Mestewart3 Sep 24 '22

Sure some people just look like this. But a ton of people use makeup to look something like this because they don't naturally.

The point is that not wearing makeup is a lot less of a risk when you already have a lot of the features that makeup is used to get.

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u/senorglory Sep 24 '22

Lies!

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u/Shoes-tho Sep 24 '22

This is basically what my skin looks like sans makeup.

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u/torn-ainbow Sep 24 '22

She kinda does, and it looks like she's got eyeliner on here.

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u/g2g079 Sep 24 '22

Got those Nestor Carbonell eyes.

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u/torn-ainbow Sep 24 '22

Well he always looks like he's got eyeliner, but claims it's natural. I find it hard to believe with him, tbh.

She has a clean "no makeup" look, which actually generally uses makeup but attempts to just smooth out the natural look. Actual beauty pageant makeup is pretty heavy.

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u/Shoes-tho Sep 24 '22

It doesn’t even remotely look like she’s wearing eyeliner, lol.

You you know what eyeliner is?

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u/torn-ainbow Sep 25 '22

Just to be clear, it just looks like the inside part, none on the outside.

That's what it looks like, I wasn't making any hard claims here about what it is. Nestor Carbonell was mentioned as someone who has that look but says it's natural.

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u/Drax99 Sep 24 '22

She certainly doesn't need it

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u/BlueAndMoreBlue Sep 24 '22

In my view nobody “needs” it but if they want to wear makeup for whatever reason then go for it

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u/gagrushenka Sep 24 '22

I don't 'need' makeup but it is also very hard to make readable facial expressions when your eyebrows are as blonde as mine lol

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u/BlueAndMoreBlue Sep 24 '22

I had blonde eyebrows until my late teens, so I get it. Do what makes you feel good!

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u/4Ever2Thee Sep 25 '22

Nobody needs it, but it definitely can make people look more attractive. If it makes someone feel more attractive, confident, etc, I’m all for it

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u/codamission Sep 24 '22

This was literally a month ago. Can we wait until its been out of the news a while longer before we repost?

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u/KittyTerror Sep 24 '22

Congrats on the genetics?

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u/prodox Sep 25 '22

Shouldn’t a beauty contest be about who has best genes rather than who is the best face painter?

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u/spiderrooster Sep 24 '22

Step one be conventionally attractive.

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u/geuis Sep 24 '22

Does anyone notice how it looks like she's holding someone's hand, and the other person is completely photoshopped out except for a finger with dark nail polish?

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u/monohybridus Sep 24 '22

Do you notice that is a spike from a fence (black fence, gold painted spikes). XD

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u/Stormtrooper775s Sep 24 '22

Why is her sash upside down?

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u/KnotiaPickles Sep 24 '22

It’s a Beauty pageant, not an iq test

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u/hallbuzz Sep 24 '22

It's not from her POV.

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u/willbeach8890 Sep 25 '22

So she can read it....duh

;)

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u/borealiasrock Sep 24 '22

Is it just me or does her arm seem contorted in some weird way?

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u/jaseworthing Sep 24 '22

Omg, it's driving me crazy that no one else is mentioning this. What's going on?

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u/geuis Sep 24 '22

Noticed the same thing. It looks like she's holding someone's hand with dark nail polish, but the other person is photoshopped out.

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u/Poor_Carol Sep 25 '22

She's holding a fence post, looks like it's painted gold on the tip but it's chipped off (the "fingernail"). You can see the gold painted posts behind her.

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u/geuis Sep 25 '22

That's it! I didn't notice the other gold painted posts due to the bokeh. Now with the context it totally looks like a normal photo.

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u/Vexonar Sep 25 '22

She has her hand on a metal railing that has paint chipping. It looks awkward, but if you scan your eyes from right to left and then left to right, your eyes will filter the metal posts properly.

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u/g2g079 Sep 24 '22

Just you

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u/theotherjaytoo Sep 24 '22

Maybe she was born with it? Maybe it's Maybelline... No, no. She was born with it.

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u/Master_Mad Sep 25 '22

She could've at least wear her contacts. Her sash is upside down.

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u/jamasha Sep 25 '22

Naturally genuine should be the way.

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u/CoolWhipMonkey Sep 25 '22

Man if I looked like her I’d never wear makeup either. Gorgeous.

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u/andromedawarrior Sep 25 '22

True beauty, She doesn’t need any makeup 💄

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u/biggiedaboss Sep 25 '22

this should of been the requirement from the start

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u/Mesquiter Sep 25 '22

She is gorgeous

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u/robbycakes Sep 24 '22

Just want to point out that this doesn’t make beauty pageants any less stupid

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u/Tavaris_ Sep 24 '22

True.
I don't understand why we have them

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u/chili81 Sep 25 '22

A subtle variant of a humble brag…. Humble brave. She probably had a pimple a few years ago, I wonder if she would’ve done it then.

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u/Dyslexic_Dog25 Sep 25 '22

A conventionally beautiful woman chose not to wear makeup?! Someone get this woman a medal! So brave! So so brave!

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u/hawkeye224 Sep 24 '22

Is it really no makeup, or one of these 'natural' makeups?

Anyway, she does look really good, especially if it's true no makeup.

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u/luniz420 Sep 24 '22

check out the last few times this has been posted, lots of info and dissection

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u/hawkeye224 Sep 24 '22

Will do, thanks. BTW why people downvote me for a simple question? lol

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u/honeydropsX Sep 25 '22

White knights protecting their lady

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u/kentoclatinator Sep 25 '22

Honestly this is such bull

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u/kentoclatinator Sep 25 '22

This doesn’t automatically make me overly confident lol

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u/Not_So_Tenderloin Sep 24 '22

And for the talent competition, she dislocated her elbow

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u/SharpClaw007 Sep 24 '22

How about we stop paying attention and giving credence to these utterly demented events?

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u/fan_of_hakiksexydays Sep 24 '22

I always thought that using makeup for a beauty contest was kind of cheating. It's not a makeup contest.

This would be like guys going on a body contest and drawing on abs. Or a bald guy going to a hair beauty contest with a wig.

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u/chronicwisdom Sep 24 '22

The bodybuilders do lots of tanning and weight cutting, get all greased up, they might wear make up as well. Bodybuilders are showing up looking less like they do when they wake up on an average Tuesday than beauty pageant contestants.

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u/thefunkyfresh Sep 24 '22

But that’s also part of the competition. They train and cut weight for that specific day. It is not a competition of who is the most aesthetic all year round, it is who is the most aesthetic on “game day”.

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u/Shoes-tho Sep 24 '22

Wearing face makeup is not the same as drawing on abs in a bodybuilding competition, ffs.

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u/g2g079 Sep 24 '22

It's absolutely the same thing.

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u/Shoes-tho Sep 24 '22

Not even remotely. Judging based solely on giant muscles of the body and their definition on a day of extreme fasting and dehydration is very different from judging based on general beauty of the face- they’re not changing face structure and there are many different factors in a beauty contest, some that don’t even have to do with how you look. Once again proving most men don’t know how makeup works.

ALL women in these pageants have pretty faces without makeup. Drawing on abs just isn’t the same thing.

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u/g2g079 Sep 24 '22

You're kidding yourself if you don't think women use makeup to change the appearance of their facial structure.

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u/Shoes-tho Sep 24 '22

You can only do so much with contouring. There was an entire barefaced portion of this pageant and all the women are still quite pretty.

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u/g2g079 Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

You can only do so much with contouring abs. Not all bodybuilders do it either and are still quite muscular.

Literally the same thing.

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u/Shoes-tho Sep 24 '22

Literally not.

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u/angry_old_dude Sep 24 '22

Oiling, bronzing and outlining abs to appeal to judges isn't any different than someone putting makeup on their face to appeal to judges.

They’re not changing face structure

Well, not physically, of course. But makeup can and is often used to change the contours of the face giving the appearance of something different than their physical structure.

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u/Shoes-tho Sep 24 '22

The person I responded to said “drawing on abs.”

And bronzing is absolutely a form of makeup; most of those men do use body makeup as well to get even skin tone.

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u/Flyingdutchm3n Sep 25 '22

Doesn’t this disqualify MORE women? Like, who the hell has perfect natural skin?! Just feels like it’s setting another very difficult standard that some people can never obtain due to skin conditions etc…

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u/Volodux Sep 25 '22

Whole idea of beauty contests is kind of stupid and based on genetics and not skills you can learn.

And as you say, who has perfect natural skin? You don't have to be perfect, just better then others :) There is so much make up in our world, that some women fear going out with out it.

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u/Amusement_Shark Sep 24 '22

Attractive Woman Wins Beauty Contest

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u/Stritermage Sep 24 '22

Weird flex but okay

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u/terrierhead Sep 24 '22

She is stunning!

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u/yearofthekraken Sep 25 '22

... in the BARE FACE DIVISION.

This is a deliberately misleading headline, as proved by THE ACTUAL FUCKING COVER IMAGE! Come on, idiots!

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u/OhJeezItsCorrine Sep 25 '22

Her sash says "bare face". Maybe the competition was strictly no makeup, therefore she is not the only contestant with no makeup.

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u/penguished Sep 24 '22

I don't know why that's not the norm.

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u/moose_cahoots Sep 24 '22

aka "I'm so hot I don't need makeup"

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u/Redditgotitgood13 Sep 25 '22

This is framed as a feminist statement, but really it is just a flex re: being naturally beautiful.

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u/bbrasseaux76 Sep 24 '22

That's how they all should compete.

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u/Maximum_Today_2035 Sep 24 '22

she is pretty.

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u/Cichlidsaremyjam Sep 25 '22

Just judging by the sash it seems the whole contest is bare faced, right?

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u/iareeric Sep 25 '22

She could have at least combed the frizz out of her hair 🙄

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u/EndsLikeShakespeare Sep 24 '22

Reminds me a lot of Emmy Rossum in shameless

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u/WhatCERName Sep 24 '22

Why are we still doing pageants at all in 2022? A winner with no makeup still feels like the smartest dumb dumb. The fact is that women have been convinced that competing against each other for a sparkly crown and money is somehow a worthwhile display of virtue and talent and intelligence and all that. No. It’s a circus reminiscent of when women were treated as trophies and property. Ew.

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u/HongKong_NOT_china Sep 24 '22

She's clearly wearing make up

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u/TheMooseIsBlue Sep 24 '22

I get that she showed up in the final round without makeup to make a point about internal beauty or whatever (easy to make that point when you’re hot as shit), but she could have brushed her hair at least.

Not wearing makeup doesn’t mean you have to deliberately look disheveled.

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u/versace___tamagotchi Sep 24 '22

She’s so brave

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u/zephyr-zoo Sep 25 '22

If I had a nose job, botox, and lips filled I wouldn’t wear makeup either.

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u/Early-Plankton-4091 Sep 25 '22

She doesn’t look like she’s had any of those things

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u/wifespissed Sep 24 '22

But didn't she still put herself on a pedestal to be judged by strangers on the way she looks? Kinda cancels each other out. For the record I know nothing of these things.

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u/Douglasqqq Sep 25 '22

The only way the competition could get any more progressive, is to stop taking place altogether.

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u/The_Patriot Sep 24 '22

This person needs no makeup. You can literally FEEL the self confidence flowing out of this photo.

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u/DJ_DD Sep 24 '22

Because she doesn’t need it. I really enjoy when women don’t wear makeup

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u/snekbat Sep 24 '22

She don't need it anyway.

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u/ZlGGZ Sep 24 '22

She is gorgeous. I wish more women wouldn't wear clown masks and chose to live in their own skin.

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u/Imnotanad Sep 24 '22

She is using lipstick and faces won't shine like that to a camera lens. So truly - any - make up. Are you sure? Having said so. I hate make up on girls. I mean on a everyday basis. Make up is for celebrations or another kind of rituals.

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