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    Make-ups or making up?

    Which is grammatically correct:

    She looks more beautiful without make-ups?

    or

    She looks more beautiful without making up?

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    #2

    Exclamation Re: Make-ups or making up?

    Quote Originally Posted by watermen View Post
    Which is grammatically correct:

    She looks more beautiful without make-up?

    or

    She looks more beautiful without making up?
    The first one is correct without 's'.

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