The process, more of less, involves doing the following things: 1.
By Gina Vaynshteyn Dec. Style your hair without over styling your hair. And then there's the part where you have to caaaaaaaarefully apply the forgotten deodorant so it doesn't paint your shirt white and ruin everything.
And another hour and 16 minutes having treatments such as a new hair-do, tanning and a manicure. Inspecting your armpits to see if you remembered to shave them, or at least put on deodorant Shaving is basically a non-issue, but smelling like an onion is definitely an issue. Pick your poison. Of the total eight hour 19 minutes that girls spend on the getting ready process - a whopping three hours and seven minutes of this is spent shopping and surfing the internet for a new outfit, and a further 1 hour and 12 betting trying on various clothes and shoes.
Or that cute guy from work you've been crushing on but trying really hard not to make out with because that would be totally unprofesh? In contrast, when getting dolled up for a night out with their man, nearly 50 per cent said they rush as they are aware that their partner gets ready in two minutes. By contrast women are more likely to opt for a casual look when on a date with their fella, but opt for ultra-glam outfits when out with the girls.
Women spend longer getting ready to go out with female friends
Natural look? Highlights include congregating at someone's house first, sharing make-up and having a few cocktails before heading out. Easy on the hairspray, killer. They spend a further one hour and 41 minutes organising the evening via text messages, phones and conversations.
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Assess whether the occasion calls for you to shave, and to what degree. Trying each outfit on, and also sending those pictures to your friend After an outfit has passed its first test, it is ready to be modeled.
Smoky eye? Are you wearing shorts? All at the same time.
Eating a Hawaiian Roll or something equally small and doughy that feels substantial enough to absorb alcohol, but isn't filling enough to make you want to stay home and sleep It's a delicate balance to achieve. All hail bread rolls, the perfect alcohol appetizer.
Stand in front of the mirror playing with your hair debating whether or not you should wash it. This is all very, very important, non-classified information to have before walking into any event. The ritual of getting dressed up for a night out, adds to the experience. Red lips?
You'll end up giving up after five minutes and just going with whatever you normally do, but still, it's fun to give it a shot. Laying out all potential outfits and sending pictures of tk one to your best friend Before you even waste your precious time trying on a million different outfits, you first consult a trusted friend who knows your wardrobe well enough to understand what you look like in tl given shirt, dress, or pair of jeans.
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Hence, the bread rolls. Lather up, ladies.
A spokeswoman for Malibu Rum said: "There is something really fun about getting ready for a girls night out. A third said they love sharing beauty tips and swapping make-up and forty per cent religiously blare readt the tunes for their friends to sing and dance to. Mmhmm, easy only in theory.
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Comb your hair out and then wait as long as possible to blow dry it. Sock bun?
Concept of American population getting ready to go out after constraints against coronavirus. Shutterstock 1. The choices are endless. The poll found the average woman will spend an astonishing eight hours and 19 mins shopping online, ing pals, researching venues and planning what to wear in the run up to a girls night out.
The Malibu spokeswoman added: "While girls like to look nice for their men, they can't really in with the 'getting ready' aspect of the evening.