I feel like people always are trying to label girls in one of two categories.
The Girlie Girl
The Girlie Girl wears dresses and can do makeup perfectly. They can flirt and talk to people easily and know how to act like a lady.
The Tomboy wears jeans and doesn't worry much about hair preferring an easy pony tail. They know how to fix things and get along well with men without feeling uncomfortable.
The wonderful Hilary Duff portrays Lorraine, the girlie girl of the family who hogs the bathroom to do makeup and uses face masks and stuff. Sarah played by Alyson Stoner is a semi-typical Tomboy who plays sports and hangs out with the guys.
The thing is I think there need to be more categories. I don't fit into either of these sections at all. So I have some proposed new ones each of which I could be a part of:
The Lazy Crafter
Spends a lot of time on Pinterest looking up DIY items but never actually doing them.
The Plan Canceller
Makes a lot of social commitments but cancels every one of them fairly last minute.
The Netflix aficionado
Knows the best stuff on Netflix and spends most of their time watching and re-watching shows and gives decent recommendations when they find time to speak to another human instead of their Netflix delivery system.
The Indecisive Hair Stylist
Can't ever decide how to style or cut their hair so tries out eight different hairstyles before leaving the house with a weird half breed of straight mixed with curly that turns into a strange & horrible split-ended mess.
The SuperHero Movie Obsessor
Loves pretty much all super hero movies but gets consistently shown up because they don't know the entire back log of comic history.
The Loud Observer
Has an introverted personality but tends to people watch but accidentally comments out loud to themselves about the observations made.
So all in all, I think I would be a weird combination of everyone of these categories.
I wear makeup up and jeans. I am on Pinterest just all the time while I cancel my plans. I watch Superhero movies on Netflix and recommend them to everyone. And I look around at other people making loud comments about how much I wish I could have their hair styles.