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    I wouldn't mind either way.
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    The concealer's fine. It's not like you're donning mascara and a bit of lipstick.
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    Makeup = biggest turn off and lol
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    (Original post by Creepy)
    Nope... if people are that shallow they aren't worth talking to. No?
    That's ********. You can't deny that looks count a lot for first impressions. I've ended up with guys that aren't that attractive but I knew them as a friend first. If I hadn't, I doubt i'd have been interested in approaching them if I wasn't physically attracted to them and wouldn't have got a chance to know their personality.
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    big hair would put me off most
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    (Original post by Clements-)
    That's ********. You can't deny that looks count a lot for first impressions. I've ended up with guys that aren't that attractive but I knew them as a friend first. If I hadn't, I doubt i'd have been interested in approaching them if I wasn't physically attracted to them and wouldn't have got a chance to know their personality.
    You're absolutely right, but if you're in a club, it doesn't matter whether they like your personality or not, because if they don't talk to you, they aren't going to get to know you.
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    i wouldn't really care, it's just a spot
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    Everyone gets spots. If a girl doesn't want to get to know you over a spot, then that's pretty shallow and she's not worth it. If you feel more comfortable wearing concealer then do it. A guy wearing a tiny bit of concealer doesn't put me off!!
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    (Original post by A Stranger in Moscow)
    big hair would put me off most
    Each to their own. Guys with generic military buzzcuts and girly-girls put me off.
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    reading responses like this make me think that people here don't go to clubs
    take for example two guys
    one is about 6.5/10 in looks and the others about an 8 or 9.
    the 6.5/10, if more confident will get more girls in the club than the guy who is better looking
    now i'm not saying that girls dont care about looks, of course they do if the guy's fugly or 10/10
    but by and large most guys are in between and if you come across the right way, you can get something, not all about looks
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    (Original post by Creepy)
    You're absolutely right, but if you're in a club, it doesn't matter whether they like your personality or not, because if they don't talk to you, they aren't going to get to know you.
    That's what I'm saying, which is why you can't deny that looks don't count for first impressions and that doesn't make someone a terrible person or 'shallow'.
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    Your shallowness would put me off to be totally honest with you.
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    I think leave the spot as it is. Everyone gets spots and the guy wearing makeup would put me off FAR more than one spot that you said has almost gone anyway.
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    a little bit of concealer is fine if its just a small amount Good luck
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    Even though you notice everytime you look in the mirror I doubt other people would even be aware of one, single spot...
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    I get more attention when I have spots lol
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    If the concealer looks natural then it would look fine and go unnoticed. But, if you think it is obvious i would leave it. Personally.
    It's only a spot.
 
 
 
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