Hey. What did you do to your – I mean, you look different.” My cheeks go immediately hot. Not that your average onlooker can tell, given all the makeup I’m wearing. “Frankie and I were just messing around this morning.” “Oh,” he says, tying the paper from his straw into little knots. “It looks nice, I mean. I just can’t see you, that’s all.” I make a mental note to ditch the makeup tomorrow. Then I get mad at myself for letting some boy that I just met dictate what I do with my own face. Then I get mad at myself for getting mad at myself and remember that I, too, prefer the natural look.