She decided to forego makeup in order to inspire other women to embrace their natural beauty. (2/22)


The young lady went on to say that wearing makeup made her feel uneasy and hidden. “I never felt like I met beauty standards,” she continued. “I recently accepted that I am beautiful in my own skin, which is why I chose to compete without makeup.” I’m still confident in myself, even though I’m all covered up with makeup. This is who I am, and I am not afraid to be myself. “I wanted to show Melisa for who she truly is.”


“I’d love to use my Miss England platform to empower natural beauty and rid the world of this toxic mindset,” Melisa said. “Because mental health is such a sensitive subject, I want to make all girls feel good.” I simply want to be free of all beauty standards. “I believe that all girls are beautiful in their own unique way.”


This leads us to an intriguing conundrum, but the main question here is: why do people of all ages choose to wear makeup? Melisa’s point of view appears to be based solely on the population with insecurities, those who see makeup as a way to conceal their flaws, and those who want to achieve the ‘artificial’ beauty seen on the front pages of magazines and on television.


However, it is difficult to agree with her completely, especially as a woman who has been mocked for not being ‘perfect.’ I’ve always thought that natural beauty was superior to those who chose to cover their faces with makeup. But as I’ve grown older, I’ve realized how much we stigmatize the ‘other.’ To us, the ‘other’

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