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Introduction From an early age folks are able to recognize themselves in the mirror, contemplating not only the way they think they look but also how they may look to other people. Through reflection, a man can recognize his defects and start manipulating particular factors of his outside, forming the way his surroundings will soon see him. Cosmetics and clothes can act as a mask to make both an illusion of beauty which may not be there, and to portray a standing or rank that a person might not always have. I'll be taking an analytical approach to the subject of how makeup and clothing loan their beauty to their wearer, creating in some cases a deceitful or ornamental mask. I'll be focusing on how women throughout history have used cosmetics and clothes, and also how these differ in their purpose of ridding the lady. Chapter one questions using makeup to make a young mask by viewing different uses of makeup and the reactions towards it in the 14 century and onwards. I will be looking into just how face painting may depict natural attractiveness and the way in some cases excessive painting exceeds the intent of concealing ugliness and becomes rather a kind of adornment. Chapter two deals with the purposes of clothing and the way they may function as ornamental mask. I will be looking into the significance and meaning of clothes in the 14th century, 18th century, and in the postmodern society to identify how and why people were dressed the way they were, whether it was mainly for functionality or for adornment purposes. Replacing Reality Beauty as well as image plays an significant role in physical allure. Although there will always be disagreements on what constitutes attractiveness and what's deemed attractive, youthfulness seems...