When you think of girls who look like girls, there’s no doubt you’ve probably encountered a handful.
But what if they’re wearing makeup?
And what if that makeup has been used to create their own self-esteem, even if it’s not a good look?
The BBC has asked the women who’ve been tested for their self-worth by researchers and the media to tell us what makes them stand out from the crowd.
Here are some of the questions the women have been asked:What do you think is the most difficult part of being a girl?
The most difficult thing for me to deal with as a girl is that there is a lot of expectation that you’re going to be like girls.
For me, that’s something I’m still working on and I’m very proud of that.
I’ve learnt a lot about how to deal.
Do you feel it’s possible for a girl to grow up to be a man?
I don’t know.
But I know there’s some people who are born with certain characteristics, which are not always the same as someone else’s.
I think that for people to be able to choose who they want to be, they have to be born with something.
I want to start off in a very positive way and say to people that I want to make them feel special.
That I want them to have fun and to do what they want.
But at the same time, I want people to know that I’m not perfect.
I don:t like being the first girl to be picked at the playground or the last girl to get the haircut.
I’m proud of what I have, I’m happy to live my life as an average person.
What’s the best part of your life so far?
The best part is that I can go to school, which is something I never had before, and I’ve got a lot more friends than I ever have before.
I have so much fun and I enjoy playing video games and playing with my friends, and watching sports.
How do you deal with the stigma associated with wearing makeup and self-confidence?
I’ve been told that I look like a girl because I’m wearing makeup, and that’s a big problem.
I am not one of those people.
I wear makeup to express myself and to be myself, and it does have a positive effect on people’s lives.
But if people think that I am like that, I can’t feel comfortable wearing makeup.
Which of the girls on the list did you think would be the most successful?
I was surprised to find that I didn’t actually have a favourite.
Some of them are really nice and kind, and some of them were just very young and naive.
But I think I would say the girls who have been exposed to makeup are the ones who are doing well, and the girls that I’ve found to be really successful are the girls from the South East who have grown up in a way that has been very positive for them and their parents.