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Albeit, reality simply does NOT work that way. If women dress improperly, they are at a higher risk of being sexually victimized and are putting other females at risk as well and that will never change. Ghanaian women are putting on the sinful attitude that they can do as they please without consequence; but there are always consequences. Can Christian ladies wear jewelry? Can they wear make-up? What about the verses that say women should dress modestly? Is make-up a bad thing as long as it is not too much? The Word of God does not forbid jewelry on women; however, the Bible teaches that a woman should dress in such a way that it draws attention to her character and not the jewelry and makeup itself In my opinion, flashy jewelry, thick makeup, eye-shadow, hair over a woman's eyes, low-cut blouses, halter tops, tight dresses, et cetera, are all wrong.
A Christian woman should be extremely cautious about attracting the opposite sex to her outward beauty by using worldly appeal, i. It bothers me when women allow their hair to hang in front of their eyes, which is a sensual worldly look. The Bible warns against a woman having an "impudent" look in Proverb 7: A Christian woman should display shamefacedness, i. This is in sharp contrast to loud, boisterous and foolish women today who have no regard for the things of God. Makeup and jewelry are acceptable if worn in moderation. The proper purpose of makeup and jewelry ought to be to enhance a woman's attractiveness by highlighting her natural beauty; not saturating her entire face with makeup like Tammy Faye Bakker used to do on the PTL Club i.
Kindly said, she looked like a fool-headed clown. Cosmetics can detract from a woman's natural beauty very easily if excessive. I am against eye-shadow in public as this is a seductive look that ought to be reserved for intimacy between a husband and wife alone. That's just my opinion. I also think it is wrong for teenagers girls to be decked-out like prostitutes. Lip gloss is worldly. Walt Disney dresses young girls up to look like prostitutes. Teenage girls should not be allowed to wear makeup, high heels, or expensive jewelry until they're 18 in my Christian opinion.
Walt Disney has successfully turned a generation of young girls into lascivious whores and sex-perverts. Earrings are certainly appropriate; but not if they hang down several inches. Also, I think multiple earrings in one ear are a worldly look and should not be worn by Christian women.