In addition, most women have self-esteem issues. Therefore, they put on make-up thinking they are doing so to attract another, when most are subconsciously hiding their own insecurities.

I can personally say that even though I understand these things, I fall prey to it every day. I love my cute summer dresses and my Paul Mitchell hair products. I love the “right out of the salon” hair do that brightens my day. Maybe we should stop spending money on buying self-esteem instead of developing it, and stop representing our social class through our apparel. Honestly, though, I don’t think the world is ready for it.

Sorry I wrote such a long response, lol, hadn’t planned on it!!! I love your blogs and your an amazing writer!!!