Women would rather impress other girls on a night out

By admin October 27, 2014 07:00
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It’s a much needed girl’s night out for you and your girlfriends. You pick the perfect outfit, just the right amount of eye shadow and the hottest shoe to wrap together your ensemble. 

Out to score a hottie? Nope, most girls do this to impress their very own group of friends.

According to a research shared on the Daily Mail, half of women who were polled in a new survey admitted to going the extra mile in getting ready for a night out purely to impress their friends.

The research also found that 1 in 20 women said they cared far more about the opinions of their best friends than that of their other half when it comes to make-up, hair and clothes.  

And when asked who gave the most genuine praise, a third said it was women that approached them when they were out and about. 

When it comes to compliments, one in ten women said other girls comment on their make-up the most, with one in twenty claiming their shoes got the most attention. But a quarter said it was their hair that attracted the most comments from their peers.

Men, meanwhile, are most likely to comment on a woman’s chest area than anything else and often say ‘you look nice’ regardless of what women actually look like, according to 65 per cent of the women surveyed.


We asked our readers what THEY think, and here’s what they had to say:

“I try to impress everyone (men and women). I don’t think men notice a girl’s split ends. But if I go forever without cutting my hair, that’s the first thing my girlfriends notice.” Jenny, 27


“I don’t care what other girls think. It depends on which girls you go out with and how many.” Tasha,25


“The only person I need to impress when I go out is myself. It’s all about self-confidence and feeling good about yourself.” Andrea,23


“I rather impress a man than a girlfriend. But at the same time, girls are always competing with each other.” Stephanie,24


“When I go out, I want to fit in with my group of girls. We like people to think of us as ‘hot b****s’. No one wants to be the ugly girl in the group.” Ashley, 21


“I try to out do myself, I don’t dress to impress my friends. Although, it means more when another woman compliments your ensembles because I feel like there is more appreciation behind it.” Laurel, 22


By admin October 27, 2014 07:00

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