Josh Martin

Boyfriends and Make-up
Boyfriends and Make-up

A new poll from a British, semi-permanent make-up company finds that 80-percent of women wait at least a month to let a new boyfriend see them without make-up. In fact, 60-percent of women surveyed said they purposely just leave their make-up on overnight to avoid their man seeing them without it on, and one-third said they get up secretly before their man wakes up to apply make-up. Most women said they would not want their man to see them without make-up because they just look better with it on, and a few going as far to say they fear they’d be dumped if they did not wear it!

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