Now, maybe you wear 300-dollar perfume and live in the Abercrombie warehouse, but that's no way to attract people. The thing is, there's something that nobody notices right away, and that's the way you feel. That's why the vanity is just dead weight.
Now, maybe the tricks you learned on the magazines can work, but on certain levels, the effect you want to acheive is relative. It doesn't matter how good you look, nobody's gonna care if you don't feel like you look good. Face it, you can dispute it all you want, but going into a social situation with a beating heart and a confident stride is much more productive than being a fashion robot. And trust me, nobody loves a robot. The fact is, these companies have the effect of boosting your charm and also draining your life. It's a simple matter which I've devised into a simple formula:
In other words, the industries like American Eagle and soforth are not to be used as a quick fix but rather a tool, which can do nothing on its own but everything else with an external force.
In other other words, it's like a hammer and nails: The hammer doesn't pound the nails, you pound the nails. The hammer is just the middleman, an extra additive for more power. (Have you ever seen a hammer nail on its own? No. So shut face.)
In less cheezy words, just ditch the makeup and get a personality, it works much better. But once you've got one, you can use the makeup again. Just keep your ego up.
Sorry if this is poorly stapled together, it's just that I tend to ramble when I try to be encouraging. And sometimes it doesn't work.
Trying to make sense of this nonsense for you, this is Willdood, signing off? I don't know, quite frankly.