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Which gender do you think is the bigger critic of a woman's appearance? Men or w

  1. L. Spikes profile image87
    L. Spikesposted 6 years ago

    Which gender do you think is the bigger critic of a woman's appearance? Men or women?

  2. daisynicolas profile image79
    daisynicolasposted 6 years ago

    Women. Part jealously, part insecurity, part meanness.

  3. Sheila Lee profile image60
    Sheila Leeposted 6 years ago

    Definitely women. We define ourselves by what society says is "acceptable" through magazine ads, t.v. commercials, etc. We are more emotional creatures than men and more critical of other women. And I think we are more critical of ourselves when we look at our OWN appearance, so we tend to compare ourselves to other women.

  4. Robie Benve profile image99
    Robie Benveposted 6 years ago

    you just need to get an haircut or new glasses and you'll see that most of the men don't even notice, but girlfriends can have a one-hour conversation about it. And then another hour after you leave to criticize the style and the color, and the salon you went to.

  5. cjcarter profile image75
    cjcarterposted 6 years ago

    Women. When people are insecure about themselves, they tend to make fun of others.

  6. algarveview profile image89
    algarveviewposted 6 years ago

    Women without a doubt, even if there's nothing wrong with a woman's appearence, women in general sure can always find something...

  7. smzclark profile image60
    smzclarkposted 6 years ago

    women! no doubt about it! they say that women dress more to impress women over men also.

  8. sangre profile image96
    sangreposted 6 years ago

    Woman, you never hear men cribbing bout others. Men just get on with it, they don't make a big deal about things or bitch as much as woman.

  9. That Grrl profile image76
    That Grrlposted 6 years ago

    In my experience men are more critical. I've had them all but foaming at the mouth, ranting about over weight women. Meanwhile women are more understanding or more worried about their own appearance than mine.

  10. xethonxq profile image66
    xethonxqposted 6 years ago

    I completely think women are way more critical of the appearances of other women. Comparisons run rampant with our gender I think.

  11. Leaderofmany profile image60
    Leaderofmanyposted 6 years ago

    Women are bigger critics of each other, we forever are picking at what's wrong with that woman's hair or outfit, how fat or how skinny. We are hard on each other.

  12. NiaG profile image89
    NiaGposted 6 years ago

    I would think women. Men like the overall appearance of the package but women will pick you apart from head to toe.

  13. rajan jolly profile image88
    rajan jollyposted 6 years ago

    I think it's the women themselves. It's mainly due to jealously and a sense of competition.

  14. THEHuG5 profile image60
    THEHuG5posted 6 years ago

    Definitely women. We judge ourselves more than men judge us.

  15. athena2011 profile image56
    athena2011posted 6 years ago

    I think, without a doubt, that women are far more critical than men. Women are far more focused on "appearances" than men are. Most men don't care about talking about appearances, even though they obviously appreciate how a woman looks.

  16. debbie roberts profile image81
    debbie robertsposted 6 years ago

    I would say women on the whole. I think some women will try and judge other women on their appearance and it's usually down to their own insecurities. Men on the other hand may notice a womens appearance, but are less likely to be critical of it.

  17. Ana Teixeira profile image81
    Ana Teixeiraposted 6 years ago

    women. Only women can be so cruel to other women! xD

  18. terrektwo profile image83
    terrektwoposted 6 years ago

    I'd say women. I've seen many very concerned about the smallest things, worrying about eye lashes, if you have the right shoes, etc. With all due respect to them and not wanting to say anything bad about men but most males are pervs. Males primarily are looking at a woman's body. Not everyone, I would like to think I would get to know a woman before pursuing a relationship and not base it on the physical but to be honest most guys want "hot" women. So if your already "hot" then you don't need the right shoes or to tweek your eyebrows, guys won't care about that. If your not unfortunately most guys won't start paying attention just because you worry about eyebrows or shoes. All I can say to all women is love yourself, don't work on every little detail of yourself just to impress guys. when you meet the right one, a non-perv, he will like you just the way you are too.

  19. Hui (蕙) profile image79
    Hui (蕙)posted 6 years ago

    To be fair, it should be women, because they know what themselves hate and like. It is like a natural gift that they can judge whether this color or that style is suitble for another lady or not. However, as a popular saying, "Women's feeling is as deep as the sea", they may not give real story when judging the appearance of another woman. So, the judgement from men could be more helpful. Of course not absolutely, but many times.

  20. profile image0
    TrinityCatposted 5 years ago

    Being a woman, I dare say it's my gender. Too much pressure to be "beautiful" in a certain manner. At least that what has happened in my experience.

 
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