Oh the drama!

Every single time!

Any time I have anywhere I have to dress up for even just slightly, I get accosted.

Emily and Hannah’s eyes light up and I start hearing, “It’ll look natural… just a little bit… if I do this you can have…” and Mum starts using horrid phrases like ‘dolled up’ (no joke. it’s cringe worthy 3,000,000 times and she knows I despise it).

Anyway so tonight it’s a 21st. Nothing that fancy. Emily insisted interferring as the Haigs is out at her own party. I had my way by refusing to wear what she tried to make me and am wearing exactly what I intended to. She got turned down for foundation, mascara etc… but managed a little bit of I don’t know what.

Such bother! I mean really, if makeup is going to ‘look natural’ and ‘hardly be seen’ and it’s night-time anyway and the lights I doubt will be up to sun-type standards, then what’s really much of the point? Look a little bit. Whatever, I can deal with it, it can look nice but why is it ever that important!


  1. said:

    you cant see italics in bloglines.

    and, where is said photo of you dolled up ;):P

    you look lovely regardless bec. but sometimes its kinda fun to have some make up on, to see what it looks like. 🙂

    August 19, 2006
  2. said:

    Makeup or no makeup – you did look absolutely beautiful tonight. But that was to be expected….

    (and by the way Sam, I think you’ll find that with the camera out of action, there’ll be significantly less photos of Bec, dolled up or not)

    August 19, 2006
  3. said:

    I was hoping for a photo just for the intrigue factor, although personally I don’t care what Bec looks like on the outside. Unless she’s dressed like a clown. That would be amusing. Picture it now. See what I mean?

    NB. Why do girls wear makeup and perfume?
    Answer: Because they’re ugly and they smell.

    August 20, 2006

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