Society has long imparted and influenced the standards which we deem acceptable.
This has extended itself to how we value our appearance and learn to appreciate it. The texture and length of our hair, the colour and richness of our skin tone; are some of the standards by which we define ourselves.
As a people this has resulted in us forgetting how regal we are and what our personal values and beliefs are.
NOT ALL of us will, despite everything to the contrary, have long, flowing locks.
The debate is long-standing as to whether or not women should wear make-upor just to let their natural beauty palette speak for itself.
The school of tradition argues that all women have been created in the image of God, so there is no need for any enhancers to this image. They also argue that women who wear makeup take it too far by pasting and caking their faces thereby hiding their 'true' beauty.
It is also often expressed that women who place a value on makeup suffer from low-self esteem and in a bid to hide this cover it up with makeup.