Getting ready for a night out is a real journey, where the decisions you make can impact the rest of your night. I have definitely gone through this cycle so many times, and I’m sure I’m not the only one. Here are 21 thoughts girls have when they’re preparing for a night out…
- Smokey eye or a bright lip… a very crucial decision.
- Oh wait, my smokey eye makes me look like I haven’t slept in 5 months.
- Wondering how long you can delay getting ready for before you’re really late.
- Standing in the shower for a solid 5 minutes not doing anything.
- Praying that your hair will cooperate.
- Planning to do some pretty hairstyle you’ve seen on Pinterest, but then just wearing it how you always do.
- Panic texting everyone so you can gauge what they’re wearing and whether you’re going to fit in.
- Getting distracted on every social media platform in existence.
- Turning to YouTube for makeup tutorial inspiration, but stumbling on cute funny animal videos instead.
- Let’s pour myself a drink.
- Realising you’ve made your drink far too strong that it tastes like nail varnish remover.
- Choosing an outfit, getting changed 47289 times, before wearing exactly what you started with.
- Trying to master fake eyelashes without sticking your eyelids together.
- Contemplating getting back into your pj’s and ordering a takeaway instead.
- Okay, let’s pour another drink.
- Adding so much volume to your hair that you fear birds may mistake it for a nest when you step outside.
- Trying on your shoes and not knowing how in the hell you’re going to walk properly.
- Maybe another drink for some courage…
- Now you’re tipsy and your winged eyeliner is definitely not even and you’ve gone overboard on your blush, but you’re just going to roll with it and pray that where you’re going is dark.
- Giving yourself a pep-talk, getting your stuff together and managing a selfie so everyone knows you’ve so got this.
- Knowing deep down that you’ll lose all control at the end of the night and will buy all of the chips and kebabs in sight with no regrets.
Have you experienced any of these?