Intro: I read this all the time, I hear it on TV and each week a new study reveals how much men hate the cakeface and love me all natural. The general consensus is that men prefer natural women.
Be careful, my fellow RPW! It's a trap.
When men say they want natural women they mean naturally beautiful women.
They want those genes that give you perfect complexion, long eyelashes, full luscious lips naturally so he can be sure you are a great mating prospect.
When you "cake" your face you are hiding the truth about your genes and this gives men mating anxiety. They don't like being lied to.
Men value women 99% on looks. Telling a girl to be natural is, in other words telling her: "I know you can raise your value by 250%, but please don't and be honest, ok?"
The question is if men could spend 15 min. in the morning doing an activity that skyrockets their SMV and status almost instantly would they do it?
I bet they would.
- The morality of "Too much makeup
I saw that many women feel guilty looking like something they are not and I understand this because I was like this too. When I started overdrawing my lips I felt like a cheater. This is our sense of morality kicking in.
We don't like to be fake because it's not fair, it's false advertising. Problem is we're trying to play fair when the game is rigged.
I am judged on something I have no control over like the length of my face or the distance between my eyes. Let's quickly review the "game" or "the system", whatever you want to call it.
Let's say I was born with a long face, ugly "witch" nose and no chin. Amanda was born with cute nose, long legs and baby-face. Now let's start on our paths...
Um..what? But I didn't do anything...
Sorry, Amanda wins.
But...I worked hard to...
Amanda is better, bye.
The game is not fair in the slightest. You are what you are born with, your face/body influences everything in your life from the day you are born, your interactions, your thoughts, your value. And here we are, on r/RedPillWomen trying to play nicely a game that is rigged from day 1.
- Ok, cristiana33, I should cake myself in make-up and call it a day, that's what your saying.
No, no, no. If you are naturally beautiful I think mascara and some lipgloss are enough.
I wouldn't do much if I had a naturally great looking face. But not all of us are naturally beautiful, for example I am not.
What I am challenging here is the "morality" of too much makeup and our (foolish) desire to play "fair". Our morality which tells us "maybe I shouldn't deceive people". Well they will deceive you and will not lose much sleep over it. Men will call you ugly in your face and won't care that you didn't hide those blemishes because you wanted to be "morally correct".
They'll call you ugly and turn their back on you.
How much you want. How much you feel comfortable with. None at all if you don't want to.
But NEVER try to be "natural" for the sake of morality. That's foolish.
- But how about when he sees me without make-up?
If you have naturally pleasant features you're fine. No woman is as beautiful without make-up and nobody expects you to be. If your face is unattractive w/o make-up wake-up early and put your "minimal face" on before he wakes up. Simple.
Women have been doing this for decades before feminism and laziness kicked in.
Conclusion: You can play fair all you want, the system is cruel. You are judged on things that you have no control over. Your desire to be "natural because you don't want to deceive" can be detrimental in the path for success.
TLDR; What men actually want is naturally beautiful women. If you're not one of them use all the tools you have to raise your SMV and feel absolutely no shame about it.