Not to go totally girly in this thread, but Jennifer is correct on the mascara application technique, and it bears repeating that Jennifer is adorable. That is a very cute shirt!
I feel the same way, btw--clothes and makeup are purely a representation of how I feel or how I want to express myself. The minute you tell me I have to dress a certain way, I rebel like crazy.
Eh, I've come to the conclusion that I'm not very easy to try to get to know. If I'm just hanging out with you, and we click, and we're having fun, fabulous. But I tend to clam up in regular "getting to know you" sessions, and the more questions someone asks in an effort to know me, the weirder I feel. I can logically know that it's a flattering thing that someone wants to get to know me better, but being put in the spotlight and being pried open like a clam makes me feel wildly uncomfortable. Maybe it's because it feels like an unnatural, accelerated process? I feel like getting to know someone should just happen naturally, and there shouldn't be a rush. Things will come up when they come up. Being asked a bajillion questions feels not-right, because I just cannot feel obligated to spill my guts to someone I just met.