You can make a strong impression on the people you’re in a relationship with.
That’s the message of a new study published in the journal PLOS ONE.
The study looked at facial hair and facial makeup of nearly 500 people who’d been photographed for a fashion magazine, looking for clues as to whether their photos were flattering to their facial hair or makeup.
It’s an interesting study, since many of the people in it had been married to the photographer, who’d asked them to photograph their faces and their looks in the fashion magazine.
It also raises questions about the value of facial hair products in certain types of couples, since they can often mask a person’s face or create an appearance that’s unattractive to others.
The researchers looked at the photos of couples from two brands, which included a pair of natural-looking men and a pair natural-look women.
Some of the couples wore full-length makeup.
Others, like the natural-Look couples, wore more “conventional” makeup, like concealer, mascara and powder.
Some couples also had natural hair.
In other words, some couples may not look as natural to others as they do to themselves, the researchers wrote.
But in general, the makeup was more consistent between the two groups, and facial hair appeared to be more common in the natural looks.
But the researchers did not see differences in the types of facial features or in the amount of facial makeup used by the two couples.
So while natural hair looks more natural in the photos, it can sometimes mask a particular facial feature.
For example, the authors said, facial hair can look unnatural or unnatural-looking to a person who has natural hair, and vice versa.
The findings may have a big impact on the cosmetics industry, since people in some of these couples may have opted out of buying cosmetic products because they don’t want to appear to have natural hair and therefore could potentially have more problems than they’re aware of.
One thing that may help: People who were not married or living in states where they could legally wear make-up would have been excluded from the study.
They may have chosen to stay home or have not bought any makeup.
The authors wrote that it is possible that natural-makeup use might have been more common among couples in states with less strict laws against “concealment,” and that it could be that they had less natural hair than the other couples.
But it’s hard to know.
“We can’t say whether the more natural look is the cause of this, because it’s very difficult to control the makeup that people use,” said study co-author Rachel Rosen, a psychology professor at the University of Texas at Austin.
“If you have a couple of people who are really, really, strongly in favor of natural hair in the home, maybe they have less concealer or less powder, or they have different styles of concealer.”
In any case, people with naturally curly or long hair can be more successful in using makeup to achieve their desired look, Rosen said.
“I think it’s really important for the cosmetics community to be mindful of the effects of this kind of cosmetic change on their own skin,” she said.
She noted that cosmetics companies could use this research to promote their products.
“It could help the makeup industry, and the brands could start to think about how to improve the makeup they’re using,” Rosen said, adding that cosmetics products could also be marketed to women who do not have natural-hair or curly hair, as a way to encourage them to invest in cosmetics.