The Female Version of Game

I had to share this link with you. They’re pics of women transforming themselves with makeup. It’s further proof you don’t have to be intimidated by a woman’s beauty. Beneath it all, she’s just an average girl. Who wants to feel beautiful, important, loved.

Here’s an example:

makeup transformation 1

Here’s the link:

http://www.zdouf.com/3244/how-women-transform-with-makeup/

7 thoughts on “The Female Version of Game”

  1. Haha, that’s crazy. It’s not exactly equivalent to game, because true game is a more all-encompassing thing that can impact your whole life in a positive way, not just sex appeal.

    But yeah, it’s amazing what they do with makeup. The problem when it gets to this level is that it just becomes like stage makeup–really over the top. The girl just looks so fake. Which is not necessarily a problem if you’re doing a short term relationship with her. But not exactly girlfriend material (at least in my opinion). And a lot of girls, including this girl, don’t need that much makeup. She’s pretty already.

    1. That’s the irony. She was already pretty.

      And great point about game. Learning game can transform a guy from the inside out. That’s why I love it so much.

      But there are some guys when learning game who only memorize openers and routines. They’re like girls who look good with makeup, but not so good once the make-up comes off. I’ve been there.

      Technique’s important, but it gets you only so far because it’s external. “True game,” to use your term, is about changing both your inner AND outer games.

      Thanks for pointing that out.

  2. That’s amazing and I also think she was cute before all the make-up.
    I agree with IP though, game is much more than sex appeal, I think that trips a lot of women up. They think this is all they need to do feel special and loved, but it just gets you attention (which is also fine!)
    Feeling beautiful, important and loved starts from the inside.

    1. Amen to that sista. ‘Cause if it doesn’t come from inside, you put the locus of control in other people’s hands. Yikes! Also, if you don’t love yourself first, how are others gonna love you? It’s a great point.

      Oh and by the way, I LOVE you for always reading and commenting on my blog. Huge thanks.

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