22 thoughts on “Men in Makeup?

  1. Anonymous says:

    idk how this dude reminds you of prince or bowie apart from the fact that he’s feminine. the dude just sells makeup and talks shit on the internet
    also, a comeback? i don’t think androgyny was ever popular outside of artists and musicians. the "trans genderqueer whatever nonsense" is just mostly mentally ill gays with way to much time on their hands, residing mostly in north america. it doesn’t seem to have much to do with androgyny and carrying both male and female physical qualities and more about gender identity and wtf people call you.

    • BROSTANGUS THE FASHMANGUS says:

      so that dude in OP’s pic doesn’t look feminine at all he’s got a huge brick chin and great big flapping man hands, makeup alone cannot make you look feminine
      it’s a clownish look and the "fashion" equivalent would be pic rel

  2. Anonymous says:

    >/fashion/ggots miss the entire point of the thread yet again
    Many such cases.

    Anyway OP, yeah it seems like it’s coming back to an extent, but you hardly see men in makeup outside fashion contexts. I think the LGBT crowd has definitely had a strong influence on it, and Jeffree Star is one of them.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’m sorry but if you wear makeup as a man you are gay, or hanging around gays who normalise it too you. I don’t mean this as an insult but more of a wake up call for you.

  4. Anonymous says:

    it’ll never be popular as it never was except with your usual rockstars. there will be dudes wearing coverup and maybe even foundation but male makeup is usually just to hide blemishes

  5. Anonymous says:

    "Regular" makeup looks like shit on both women and men.
    Makeup as in eyeliner or something looks hot as heck on boys.

  6. Anonymous says:

    It’s gay. Unless you are (we’re at this point) rockstar, it’s just something you see on the internet. You don’t even see this in public unless the person is a gay letting the world know he’s a gay, or it’s Halloween. It wasn’t even normal during the MySpace days and was just for the internet. The only places in public that normalize it are Korea and Japan, and that’s limited to BB cream.

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