Is makeover for everybody?


Uhmm, this question, I won’t answer for you. It is a self-answered question – You’ll have to do the answering by yourself. And by the time you’re done with this article, you sure will be able to answer.

This question is a conventional and contemporary one. A lot of people search this on Google on a daily basis.

Well, my say…? Read on, and you’ll know the spot-on about this argument at the end of your read.

Without further ado, I’d like to make it clear, once more like crystal clear this time around, makeovers are optional and should not be seen as the saving savior.


While it is true that the reason we use makeovers is primarily to make us attractive and more gorgeous, it is also far more true that we are not supposed to be slaves to makeovers.

Makeovers have reportedly improved people’s beauty over the years, and they still do. They add color, beauty to the face. Some other time, they bring out that sort of hidden beauty we might never have noticed by just a touch of the skin by mascara, foundation, concealer, glow, primer, glitter, highlight and contour kits, etc.

But at the end of the day, it still supposed to be our choice.

The truth is, to use a makeover or not to, is a choice dependent on us. Fashion, as we know, is not just what we wear. It is who we are. It’s the very fabric of our society, culture, and value.

If makeovers make you look more attractive, use them. If they don’t, dump them. There are many people out there who makeovers are not good on them. You just have to know for yourself if makeover is for you.

Another way you’ll know is by the testimony of people. If makeovers are good on you, people will compliment you but if more than two have mentioned it to you not to use makeovers, please, dump them – It only means that you’re naturally beautiful and do not need some beauty enhancement.