Lol, what the heck is "slick" talking about!!? XD that's hilarious.
Anyway, I think about the question all the time, it's a great question.
I'm 5'8" and weigh 123lbs, im young (17), have nice skin and eyes and hair and I take care of my body.
I do wear make up, but I'm no Nicki Manaj, and my skin is clear enough that I do not feel a need to wear heavy foundation. I know how lucky I am; I guess other people don't know how lucky they are.
There are beautiful girls out there putting make up on their faces in icing thick layers 8/ the wear too much lip gloss and so much eye make up that you can barely see their actual eye.
I really do not understand why people with perfectly good hair pay hundreds every month for hair so unnaturally thick and glossy that no one will believe is theirs. I hear guys complain about them on a daily basis. It just doesn't make any sense. I wouldn't even be able to use a remote or drive a car
with nails as long as the ones I've seen.
As for the fake tan I try not to judge. I am mostly African American. My skin is naturally a caramel brown color. I listen to my friends complain about feeling gross and pasty in their pale skin, skin that is actually very beautiful. But they don't see it. I don't know what's wrong with them :/ there are a ton of pale celebrities that look like goddesses. Heck, Marilyn Monroe didn't walk around with a spray tan. Everyone's skin color is fine the way it is. And Nicki Manaj just looks ridiculous, with her blonde/pink/green hair.
I really don't know why women go for that crazy look, all of it. Honestly, I've seen Barbies that look more natural, and that's just creepy. They need counseling.
I don't wear weave or even relax my hair, I just let it be a nice Afro.
There's no need for all the fake stuff :)