Beauty & Style Things chics like to wear that don't actually look good

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Those high cut bikinis/bathers look shit, no matter how attractive the girl wearing them is. Especially if they've got a regular bikini tan line underneath them.
Tan lines can be sorta hot.

Those bikinis are ultra flattering and I think show a sign of confidence or something. I like their connotations.

I prefer a one piece though anyway; classic black. Man.
 

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Wtf is the deal with six inch wide eyebrows nowadays?
Things seem to have done a complete 180 from trim eyebrows and brazilians to 'I couldn't be ****** doing anything, so my 70's porn bush and hair everywhere look, I'm calling my personal feminism'. The irony when buff guys, with waxed / shaved / lasered chests, backs and abs, both on TV and seemingly heading into society is more and more common. o_O
 

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Most girls should just leave their eyebrows alone. If you look like Tony Galati or John Howard then pull out the hedge trimmer but otherwise stop pulling them out then drawing them back on then pulling them out etc. Looks ridiculous.
 

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Chicks do a lot of dumb shit that they think looks good that does not, hence we are on page 20.

When did festival braids become a thing?
 

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Anything skimpy on a chick that does not have a hard body. Do not want to look at fat chicks.
There's a line between not caring what others think of how you look and being offensive. I go with people can wear whatever style they want and it's their choice. As long as it's not showing skin that you aren't within 2 sizes of pulling off (a small delusion is fine, but I'm assuming you do have a mirror).
 

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There's a line between not caring what others think of how you look and being offensive. I go with people can wear whatever style they want and it's their choice. As long as it's not showing skin that you aren't within 2 sizes of pulling off (a small delusion is fine, but I'm assuming you do have a mirror).
The argument is that if you feel comfortable in whatever you're wearing then what does it matter what I think?

In reality dressing to your body type, age etc. is a thing for everyone and there's definitely something to be said for modesty.
 
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