“Good, my dear. Because you don’t deserve it to have anybody treat you like you are their property. You are a free young lady and you can do whatever you want.” He took some not so bright, natural colors for her. The first things he did was put on some light foundation to hide the redness around her nose a little and some other small blemishes. Not too much but just enough to give her a nice fresh tint. Also he carefully applied some light pink rouge to her cheekbones. It wasn’t much but it made her look perky and cute.
“Most people make the mistake of trying too much and feeling alien when looking into the mirror. You have to find a style you are comfortable with to feel beautiful. Sometimes I do not wear make-up at all except for my skin and I can still feel pretty. It’s all about what you channel in your mind.” Feeling sexy certainly read with other humans. After all we were animals just as much as dogs or cats. We only pride ourselves in our advancements. He gave her a mirror so she could look at what he tried. “How do you feel, dear?”
“I know that now of course, I’d never let anyone treat me that way again. But at the time I was young, lonely and didn’t know any better. Believe me, I fully intend to do whatever I want from now on.” First thing on the list when she gets home is to find him and destroy him.
Leaning forward she has to take a deep breath to keep herself calm as he touches her, but he’s gentle and as soft as she’d suspected with his touch. Her eyes remain closed throughout, not wanting to put him off at all. “So less is more with make-up? And I have to find my own style, right, okay I’m sure I can do that should I take to wearing it.” She probably won’t, sure that she’d manage to screw it up were she to try it, most likely end up looking like the Joker.
Bracing herself she takes the mirror and holds it, opening her eyes slowly and preparing herself for the worst. “Oh…” It’s strange seeing herself but not herself. It’s not a huge change, not like a mask but it’s almost as if she’s been touched up a little. “I look…” Clean, neat, tidy, smooth, finished, delicate, nice, new, lovely. “Nice.” She can’t stop smiling.