One of the most sacred and intimate things a woman can do for a man is reveal her morning face. You know, when you let down your guard and allow him to spend the night. But for many of us, the undisguised openness ends there. We’re hopping out the bed, dashing into the bathroom before he beholds that dreaded morning face.

Some of our morning faces gives a swollen, crusty eye, stained drools on the cheek presentation to the men we share our beds with. Not to mention that trusty silk hair scarf we can’t live without. We’re not messing up our dos permed or natural for any man. It’s unreasonable to hide under the sheets every morning. There are some men who want to cuddle or have a little early rise, ummm…you know *wink*

Many of us wish we could magically wake up looking like the ladies we are just before we walk out of the door every morning-glam’d out, fabulous, like when he first approached us. Sadly this is not the case, our men could easily roll over to an au naturel face and that often unpleasant au naturel breath.

So what’s the verdict ladies, how soon will you let him see your morning face?

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  • smarts_mmmkay

    i’ve been told by a lot of people that i look awful when i wake up!! My face is swollen, my eyes are dimmed and i look like i’m about to fight lol. But it is what it is. I dont have a sig other, but when i do, i’ll try my hardest not to show him my scary morning face! lol

  • BlackBetty

    Any man who can’t appreciate what you look and smell like the morning after probably isn’t worth lying down with.

    • LouLou

      Thank you girl, You read my mind VERBATIM.

  • 2-3 weeks if we are on that level….

  • binky

    Actually, I don’t have a problem with people seeing me fresh face in the morning, now morning breath, like someone say maybe an issue but being fresh face out of sleep I have no problem with maybe because I don’t wear that much makeup anyway and I tend to look natural as possible when I do wear makeup so I don’t have a problem with it. But if a guy have a problem with the little imperfections on my face, or the fact that my hair will most likely be all over my head “due to the fact that my satin scarf wasn’t secure on my head” or eye crust then he really isn’t the guy I want to be with in the long run. Because nobody wakes up flawless with makeup still intact and hair still in place.