Should makeup be banned? it such a waste of time, and it's deceptive.?
- Apostasy PeteLv 66 months ago
Nobody wants to see that.
- JeffreyLv 76 months ago
Good idea. Just imagine how much time and money women would save. Of course the collapse of the cosmetics industry would cost millions of jobs.
- JRLv 46 months ago
No. Are you familiar with the term coyote ugly? Half of our male population would be running around with only one arm if make up was banned.
- Ominous CowherdLv 66 months ago
Yes, it should.
It provides no net benefit to society, but its existence forces women to use it if they don't want to be outcompeted by women who DO use it. It's a prisoner's dilemma. Just ban it and put an end to all that wasted effort.
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- DianaLv 76 months ago
You're not the fashion police.
- PhotonXLv 76 months ago
No. Sorry if you're ugly, but that doesn't mean you can dictate terms to the society in which you live. Though I suppose exceptions could be made. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/d2/a1/73/d2a173b2b1...
- 6 months ago
no it should not. you may think its a waste of time, but to some it is actually a hobby. makeup is not only to look good, it could be a form of art. and about the “deceptive” part, looks aren’t everything, bud. maybe instead of complaining about how makeup wastes time, you should stop wasting your OWN time asking this ignorant question!
- Anonymous6 months ago
For POTUS, Yes.
- Ryde,0nLv 76 months ago
That's like banning pinstripes and mags on cars or flames and chrome on bikes .
Who wants everything boring and stock ?Source(s): If you want to be a plain white car with plastic hub caps , you are free to be just that .