No, it’s not a scientific fact. This is purely based on what I’ve observed whilst spending time with my girlfriend. How we feel about ourself affects how we portray ourself to others. For example, someone who is in a position of authority will act in a more authoritative manner. Their sense of authority builds their confidence which then affects the way they behave towards others.
As mentioned above, my views are based on my observations. If I had the means to test my theory, I would. But as this is a blog to share my views, I feel it isn’t necessary to conduct thorough research. Plus, it’s a source of entertainment for readers!
Anyway, from my previous posts, you will gather that I adore my girlfriend. Yes, we have petty arguments but we resolve them quickly and get back to our normal, happy selves. I’m a creature of observation, and I watch the behaviour of my girlfriend closely and there is something about her that never fails to amuse me.
When we are at home, we dress in pyjamas (or underwear) and in all honesty, we look hideous (well, I look hideous and she looks cute). During our time together when we are dressed down, we are very playful with each other but we also show a lot of tenderness towards one another. We make faces, we splash water on each others faces, we wrestle with each other (I always win).I roam around in my boxers and socks, and she lounges in a vest top and pyjama bottoms, with her hair tied up and with no make-up on. Much like in Drake’s song, ‘that’s when she the prettiest’.
When we go out to dinner or to go watch a movie, she loves dressing up and believe me, she looks stunning. She knows I love when she wears dresses, and its as though she purposely wears them and shows off her figure to me. If only she knew the effect it had on me! Her make-up accentuates her beauty and her hair is arranged perfectly to further highlight her feminine features.
This is when I find her the most amusing. As hot as she looks, her behaviour changes! Gone is the girl who loves to play around with me! This hot chick is more static and reserved, like as if any sudden movements will ruin her perfectly created appearance so she takes extra care not to laugh too much, or make funny faces. Even her walk changes to a more confident one, with that extra bounce in her step and the movement in her hips highlighted. Damn, she looks extra fine!
With the make-up on, her lips barely move when she speaks which I love noticing. I don’t think she knows that’s the case. She’s more quiet, almost as if she has to keep completely still in order to preserve her appearance. I smile to myself all the time when she does this.
I haven’t told her yet what I’ve noticed. I think I’ll keep it to myself for a while for my own amusement. I know if I made her aware of the change, she would become conscious so I’ll let her be for now. It makes me question how well I know other females who only appear in public with a full course of make up. Is their behaviour also different without the make-up? Or is it just my girlfriend? I’d love to hear from my readers on this. Men, have you noticed this about your girlfriend? And women, do you notice yourself changing based on how your appearance is?