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Post Reply Guys would you wear make-up if it was socially acceptable to do so?
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Posted 9/7/17 , edited 9/8/17
I wanna wear make-up...not only cause I'm curious as to what I would look like if I applied make-up to make myself to look like a girl, but because it would be nice to highlight/contour features on my face or even out the color tone of my face, cover up dark circles under my eyes, reddish spots, or even acne. Why can't guys wear make-up anymore? When did it fade out of style? I mean everyone wants to look good don't they? Celebrities can do it why can't we? Girls what would you think of guys who do put on make-up?
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Posted 9/7/17 , edited 9/8/17
I don't mind seeing guys with make up, some can actually pull it off really good. I even have a friend who wears nail polish and lets you put lip stick on him.
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zelking wrote:

I don't mind seeing guys with make up, some can actually pull it off really good. I even have a friend who wears nail polish and lets you put lip stick on him.


That sounds fun, I wouldn't mind having a girl put make-up on or even painting my nails.
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zelking wrote:

I don't mind seeing guys with make up, some can actually pull it off really good. I even have a friend who wears nail polish and lets you put lip stick on him.


Is your friend straight?
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MemeMaker wrote:


zelking wrote:

I don't mind seeing guys with make up, some can actually pull it off really good. I even have a friend who wears nail polish and lets you put lip stick on him.


Is your friend straight?


He is. He just likes making things really awkward for people.
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Posted 9/7/17 , edited 9/8/17

zelking wrote:


MemeMaker wrote:


zelking wrote:

I don't mind seeing guys with make up, some can actually pull it off really good. I even have a friend who wears nail polish and lets you put lip stick on him.


Is your friend straight?


He is. He just likes making things really awkward for people.


Quite the interesting fellow then.
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Posted 9/8/17 , edited 9/8/17
Nah. Not my style. Besides you can't improve on perfection.
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Nope.
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Posted 9/8/17 , edited 9/9/17
Ok
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Posted 9/8/17 , edited 9/9/17
This reminds me of how occasionally I'll hear some dude say "women are naturally better looking than guys" to which I'll say "do you have any idea how long women spend on their looks?". Women spend countless hours applying makeup, styling hair, and picking out clothes. Guys by contrast aren't expected to have to do anything. I sometimes wonder what people would look like in a society where guys had to care as much about their looks as girls do.
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Posted 9/9/17 , edited 9/9/17
It was, at one point in history, and they did. It was a sign of luxury and high-class.

It mostly depends on what kind of social circle you're in now, I guess. I wouldn't wear make-up because I'd be the only one in my social circle and that'd make me stand out too much.

That doesn't mean I'd never wear make-up, though. I'm an artist(god, that title sounds clichè) and so when I'm on stage, you want a bit of showmanship and some make-up can do a lot for you. Or I might consider it during a photoshoot.
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Posted 9/9/17 , edited 9/9/17
I don't see the big deal, I already see guys wearing makeup and it's not Halloween, goth in nature, etc. if a person wants to do something then do it, well in the confines of the law of course.
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Posted 9/9/17 , edited 9/9/17

7Continents wrote:

This reminds me of how occasionally I'll hear some dude say "women are naturally better looking than guys" to which I'll say "do you have any idea how long women spend on their looks?". Women spend countless hours applying makeup, styling hair, and picking out clothes. Guys by contrast aren't expected to have to do anything. I sometimes wonder what people would look like in a society where guys had to care as much about their looks as girls do.



https://youtu.be/bd7aVnvB6xs
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Posted 9/9/17 , edited 9/14/17
The only men who wear makeup are drag queens and transsexuals.

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Posted 9/10/17 , edited 9/10/17
Honestly I wouldn't although curious with some of the make up tools. They look kinda fun to play with haha. But I wouldn't really use make up.
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