We see it all the time, women gossiping about others and hating or literally beating up those who they feel are prettier or smarter than them. We see other women notice this trend and dumb themselves down not to be hated. The few that do try to live up to their potential are hated by the women who are too lazy to work for what she had weather it is weight loss or a good job. Women can be nasty and move around in packs, that is why these evil women are under the curse of God. These women are cursed with the Jezebel spirit, why you see them enslaved to makeup, jewelry and chasing men that treat them poorly.
We see these women, they love fights and gossip and this is because they are cursed with the spirit of Jezebel. They wear trousers, makeup, pagan attire because we need to understand these women are under a curse. They think they are making themselves beautiful when they dress in the attire of a harlot.
Let's take a look at why these were the attire of harlots and gradually started being marketed to women.
The Truth Hidden Behind Makeup
What is the truth about makeup? Most women—even some little girls—wear it. Yet few know its history. Even fewer know what God’s Word says about it. Are cosmetics addressed in the Bible? Does it approve their use? Is makeup wrong—sin? What principles apply? Here are the answers!
Notice: “The last two decades have seen make-up progress from its early category of woman’s conceit to become an art and an integral part of feminine beauty and psychology. Chief credit for this about-face in the acceptance of widespread use of cosmetics should go to the motion picture industry, which set new standards of beauty and…brought new products and principles of application and use to the world’s women” (Encyclopedia Americana, Vol. 18, 1956 Edit., p. 157).
The Pull of Vanity
Psalm 39:5-6 states, “…verily [truly] every man at his best state is altogether VANITY…Surely every man walks in a VAIN SHOW [an image].” Vanity is a powerful force in all human beings, and it is far stronger than most understand. Each person must have a healthy respect for the pull of vanity at work within him. Be honest with yourself, and admit that this tendency is within you. We will examine it more closely later.
Pride and vanity are why the Encyclopaedia Britannica defines “cosmetics” as.
Many women who used cosmetics in these cultures also took their lead from Semiramis and adopted the use of cosmetics for the purpose of harlotry. History shows how women applied makeup to change their appearance and seduce men. Harlots and “matrons” (the female leaders of prostitution rings) were specifically recognized by their silk, jewels and cosmetics.
Here is an example of how women who used cosmetics in ancient Sparta were specifically known for being prostitutes: “Women wore brightly colored dresses…They used a lot of cosmetics…which…a woman could do only if she earned her living through prostitution.” (Magna Grecia—An Overview, Prof. Gino Gullace).
There you have it, it is the attire of harlots. These prostitutes needed to stand out from ordinary women so they had makeup and revealing clothing to classify them as harlots. Now we have little girls classifying themselves as harlots in 'toddlers and tiara's'.
Likewise also that women should adorn themselves in respectable apparel, with modesty and self-control, not with braided hair and gold or pearls or costly attire, but with what is proper for women who profess godliness—with good works.
And you, O desolate one, what do you mean that you dress in scarlet, that you adorn yourself with ornaments of gold, that you enlarge your eyes with paint? In vain you beautify yourself. Your lovers despise you; they seek your life.
Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair and the putting on of gold jewelry, or the clothing you wear— but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in God's sight is very precious.
Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the world—the desires of the flesh and the desires of the eyes and pride in possessions—is not from the Father but is from the world.