There’s Nothing Wrong With Fake

Alright. So with all that personal information out of the way let’s move onto other things that I think about once in a while:

There’s nothing wrong with being fake, as long as you own up to it.
-Vanessa Tam

Some people really value being or looking completely natural. There’s nothing wrong with that of course, but then again there’s nothing wrong with being or looking completely fake either. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t have anything against people who don’t wear makeup or don’t dye their hair or anything. I just like the aesthetically pleasing thought of, “perfection.” Now because completely natural perfection is incredibly rare to stumble upon in real life, I love and appreciate all things fake. Fake hair, fake eyelashes, fake titties, fake tan, fake teeth, fake nose, fake nails, fake contacts, fake anything. I feel like as long as you own up to your fakeness, there’s nothing wrong with it.

There’s this social connotation that being fake is a bad thing; I completely disagree. Do whatever the fuck you want, just be confident in your choices and own up to it. Yeah I have fake hair, because I like having long hair sometimes. Yeah I wear colored contact lenses, because I like looking like an Asian alien. Yeah I wear fake eyelashes, because I think it’s damn cool to have freakishly long Bambi eyelashes. What’s the point in lying about your looks anyways? Sooner or later the person you’re lying to is eventually going to find out. Why not just be confident in your choices and own up to them?

I’ve had breast enlargement. It’s so tiresome when people lie about their surgery.
-Dita Von Teese

I’ve met girls who were embarrassed to admit they had their tits done or that they wear hair extensions; I think that’s silly. You [hopefully] adjusted yourself, minorly or majorly, because you didn’t like how you looked somehow. Now you [hopefully] look how you’ve always wanted to, and now you’re [hopefully] happy. There’s no reason to feel embarrassed about doing things for yourself that make you happy. Society shouldn’t look down on people who look fake because it’s society that continues to perpetuate that backwards stigma.

Ladies, I love your fake titties that sit up, fetch and shake a paw. I love your fake hair extensions that make you look like Beyonce in the Crazy In Love music video. I love your circle lenses that make you look like you’re trippin balls on MDMA. I love how your skyscraper heels make you like 7 feet tall. I love you all in all your fakeness.

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