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Do you care about how you look?


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Do you care about how you look?  

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  1. 1. Do you care about how you look?

    • Yes.
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    • No.
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I don't care what I look like, as long as I am satisfied with how I look, which usually just means slapping on any old shirt and jeans, although if I could without judgement, I would wear my Twilight Sparkle t-shirt everywhere

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Yes and no. While I do sometimes worry about my image to the public, it is more of a personal thing, like how I perceive myself. Trying to look good for others is a never ending struggle. Plus, no amount of good looks can save a flawed personality, such as mine. I can be the most handsome person in the galaxy but I would still come off as awkward around other people, which would most likely put them off.

 

So at times, I do care, other many times, I cannot bring myself to care much. When I go out I do at least try to look decent, but I don't go out very often and in the end it doesn't really matter for me anyways.

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I seem to care about my appearance to a marginal degree... For instance... I'll try to match clothes, hairstyle, accessories, etc... along with my overall general "style" I guess if you will...... Which usually depends on what the day is... Where I'm going... Who I'm expecting to be around...... Usually I'm expecting to be around everyone in my school, so I typically kinda try to go for the "dark emo" kinda look to fit my general mood of that when going to school... If I'm around good friends, then I'll tend to maybe go for something a bit more...... "colorful" I guess you could say... :maud:  I don't know... Sorry, weirdness ensues in me sometimes like that.  :catface:

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I do; my vanity is a large part of my character. If I look in the mirror and say "ew," my self-confidence is lowered. If I go out in public without feeling that I look good, I can't have a great day. I'm not comfortable if I'm not presentable. Does that make sense?

Now, a lot of really pretty clothes are very uncomfortable. I can't wear a tight dress or super high heels very often. I love comfort, but I also love beauty.

But if I'm at home all day, I usually just throw on jeans and a tee shirt and stick my hair in a bun so I can surf the Web for thirteen hours straight. :3

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Yes buts it's mainly concerned with not looking like a slob and being generally in style with what's going on but I am far from obsessed and could care less what someone could possibly say about me. I am the average of the average

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I highly doubt that, you probably look just fine

A high-res pic with horrible lighting will reveal how flawed I am; misaligned teeth; rugged forehead; a few acne scars, but my siblings and parents don't have any of that :/. At least my posture and body weight/height is pretty good.

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It depends, I don't care what other people think of me but I understand the importance of looking 'good' or professional and how it affects those around me. I also prefer to wear nice clothing anyway so it's more of a personal thing.

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A high-res pic with horrible lighting will reveal how flawed I am; misaligned teeth; rugged forehead; a few acne scars, but my siblings and parents don't have any of that :/. At least my posture and body weight/height is pretty good.

I think you're really handsome :squee:

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I care a good deal about how I look. I'm the run-of-the-mill girl who takes her time to get ready for events. I put in effort on my clothes, the accessories worn that day and I do my make up. I don't put on a lot, but enough to think I look pretty enough for the world to see me. My hair also is naturally wavy, which I don't like - so if I'm going out or feel like looking nice for a day, I straighten it.

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I guess so, ya. I shower before I go to work or out, unless it's my day off and I'm just going to get some fast food. I put pitstick on every day and comb my hair out, keep my nails clean, I only shave every few days though since my facial hair grows slow so I usually look a little scruffy. I should probably be better about brushing my teeth though. I usually have a pair of work pants and regular pants that I wear for the week before I wash them, unless they get something on them. I'll rewear tshirts if they've only been worn for a couple hours and look clean. So I guess my answer is moderately

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Not really... Not as much as I used to, anyhow!

 

I do like basic grooming like showering, but aside from that, I just do what I can to make myself presentable. :/

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I don't.

 

But other people care about how I look, and... well... that's kinda important. I try to make a good impression on people, so that involves keeping myself clean, at the very least.

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I care a little about how I look. I try to look clean and make sure the clothing doesn't have holes in them, if I'm going to something formal, then I make sure the colors go together well. With that said, I normally wear what I feel comfortable with and aren't as focused on what's fashionable. Other than clothing, I have very thick hair that gets messed up easily, so I comb it every morning.

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It doesn't bother me when I look a little slovenly. However, I know when I do look good, I feel better about myself. I usually go out with makeup on, hair neat, and painted nails, because I like how it looks. I also still wear jeans and Converse. Also, a lot of pony shirts.

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