In the age of news spreading like wildfire through the likes of social media, it only takes one person’s comment to spark an important and thought provoking debate.
Which is exactly what happened after one woman took to Twitter to ask the world a vital question about their daily routine.
Under the Twitter handle @p_m_h_, she prefaced with: “OK ladies…”
And then presented the all-important statement: “RT if you get dressed then do your hair and makeup and like if you do your hair and makeup and then get dressed.”
And added: “Just trying to see if I’m weird or not.”
To date, the tweet has had a whopping 31k retweets, 520k likes and near to 1,000 comments.
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But what was the verdict? Like any complex puzzle, there were countless methods and combinations, only making the entire situation more confusing…
One person agreed: “I’m glad I’m not alone in this order: naked, makeup, hair and then clothing! Then the makeup doesn’t get anywhere that I don’t want it.”
A second added: “Makeup, hair and then clothes.. I’m too messy to put my clothes on first.. and I also never know what I’m wearing until I see everything put together!
One quizzical person replied: “If you do your hair and makeup first it’ll get messed up when u put your clothes on?”
While another pondered: “Just trying to figure out how people don’t get foundation all over there collars?
And the discussion only continued to get more convoluted as one brought into the debate: “Honestly it depends on the outfit/occasion if it’s just like normal day then clothes, makeup, hair.
“If it’s like a fancier occasion then makeup, clothes, hair. I usually do hair last though.”
“It depends on what I’m putting on usually? If it doesn’t have to be pulled on over my head then makeup first. If not I usually do it last,” added another.
Defiantly, one women answered: “In life you can’t go by what’s popular, you must go by logic.
“If you put on makeup before your clothes you are putting your clothes at risk by getting makeup on them therefore not only are you weird, but problematic… hmph … I rest my case.”
And near to a thousand comments later, we’re nowhere near a conclusion.
Where do you stand on the debate?