It's come to this

The fact that most women spend more time and money on beauty products than men do isn’t just a reflection of the two sexes’ different priorities — it’s now being called a “makeup tax” and “another form of pay inequality.”

The discussion began when Facebook staffer Libby Brittain asked about it during Hillary Clinton’s July 20 Facebook Q&A:

Every morning, as my boyfriend zips out the door and I spend 30+ minutes getting ready, I wonder about how the ‘hair-and-makeup tax’ affects other women — especially ones I admire in high-pressure, public-facing jobs.

Clinton attempted to look really cool in her reply (it literally began with “Amen, sister!”) but she didn’t actually answer the question about whether or not she considered it a “tax.”