Tuesday 21 November 2017

Who do women want to impress on a night out? Here's a clue...it's certainly not the men

Dita Von Teese requires three hours and a glass of bubbly to get ready,
before going out. Getty Images
Dita Von Teese requires three hours and a glass of bubbly to get ready, before going out. Getty Images

Lorraine Courtney

Walk down any city street on a Saturday night and you'll see them, a gaggle of girls all big hair, bottle-tanned flesh and fluttering lashes, catwalking along: the result of hours of bathroom time.

A recent study of 2,000 women showed they spend just 40 minutes getting ready to go out with their partner but a whopping one hour and three minutes to head out with the girls.

The study, by Malibu Rum, found 44pc of girls actually prefer the process of getting ready for a girly night over the night out itself. It also found that almost two-thirds of women readily admit they set out to wow their friends and said that they always compare their appearance to that of their friends.

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