Jonathan KamÃ¢â‚¬â„¢mangeni: Machinjiri
Make-up is a supplement that is supposed to add beauty to a woman if used appropriately. However, there are some women who abuse the make-up by over-doing it while others do not know how to apply it altogether. For instance, you will find a beautiful dark-skinned woman who has applied powder meant for light-skinned women. This does not look nice. It becomes embarrassing to see a woman looking like a Gule Wamkulu (mask dancer). I would urge women to find out how certain products are used and to test them for shade accuracy before making any purchases because this will save them a lot of embarrassment!
Teleza Sandramu: Mbayani
We wear make-up because we want to look pretty. This does not mean that we feel insecure; we would just like to enhance our beauty. Every one is conscious about how they look; if they were not, there would be no need for mirrors, tooth brushes and other things. I also want to differ with people, especially men, who are of the view that make up is not good. These are the same people who are in the fore-front dumping their wives for prostitutes who look nice. Frankly speaking, most of the prostitutes look attractive because of the make- up they use.
Martha Kanjedza: Ndirande
People use make-up for different reasons. Some women wear it because their skin is imperfect. This is just an indication that they feel insecure about their appearances.
Macdonald Kumtechele: Chemusa
I think a woman without make-up is confident and appreciates her God-given beauty. Even the Bible testifies that God created man in His own image. Therefore, there is no way God would create a human being that is ugly. We just need to appreciate what He gave us.