umm I don't wear, but interested to know ur experience.
umm I don't wear, but interested to know ur experience.
have never, will never.
Never have and have no plans to start. You just have to accept me with all my flaws.
We don't stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing
Had to wear it when I was on the stage. That was long ago and I will never wear it again.
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Working the cosmetics industry for ten years there have been many times I have played with lipstick, lip gloss, mascara, eye liner and bronzer. Women love seeing men make up for some reason. I wear a tinted moisturizer most days, gives sheer coverage. I'm very secure in my manhood and not insecure about make up. Men have always worn make up and will continue to do so.
you're such a pussy, my sweet boy, my sugar
makeup no, fishnet stockings and high heels, hell to the yeah...
No. Never. I rarely bother to shave, let alone apply make-up.
However, when I was in high school and had a zit on picture day, a bit of cover-up-cream made the camera none-the-wiser. But I'm sure I wasn't alone.
This above all: to thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man.
No make up for me, not even, perfume... not even cologne... the closest thing to make up I use is my old spice deodorant stick.
i occasionally wear some black eyeliner but nothing else.
i have worn other make up for either halloween or for charity. thats the only time i will do anything with makeup.
No I don't wear makeup, but I do use an assortment of skin care products to maintain the health of my skin and protect it from environmental stress. Good, healthy, clean skin is the best makeup there is.
Some here on the stage make-up...but not any other time. No wait....there's was that Halloween that my sister dressed me up in drag. (Why the hell was she surprised when I told her I was gay???)
I do use some eye cream for wrinkles.
i have acne treating cover up then i use sometimes when i need it.. and once or twice i use it to get rid of bags under my eyes
No. About a decade ago, I had a rather large blemish on my face, and my partner used some concealer that he had left over (he used to do some stage acting). But nothing after that.
No,I don't use make up...
Only when I dress up as a girl, then I'm wearing foundation, blush, eye shadow, eye liner, mascara, and lip gloss. I don't normally go out in public like that, though
Just once when I was surrounded by bunch of effeminate folks. One of them called me at his place, turned out he was living with another three sissy guys. All night long I had to fuck all four of them, plus they made me look like an Asian doll. When I saw my face in the mirror after the makeup, I realized that it is not my thing.
Never then I touched makeup or dated Fems living in group.
Wasnt Mrs Patrick Campbell talking about starting her own cosmetic company?
That's not my thing.
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Neh, closest would be a pore-cleanser and moisturiser
It really depends on the context ... were you nude?
Concealer at times. and Lipmoisturizer.
How long it aorunds? EONS
it wovens fabrics societys rituals include lot voodoo
females not want waste time paintin other females continue ans other females look stuupid make up <but they feels must a wear ans so on ans lot of dishes ta wash
males ans make up arounds eons
males taday many countrys alls twats
males no all like females wear make up cause
lot folk wear make up they pressure societys twats ways
cultures wear tons make up what barkin loony
this go on favea washin dishes
next time ask question - hey dudes what suggest fa me wear makeup - it a let lot dudes happy make ups enjoy nice time showin ya
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Yes. I use some cover when I need it, and that's about it. Occasionally eyeliner when I'm going out, but not a lot, but other than that, no.
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OMG no way for me
Husband likes a pretty wife. :P
If you count this as makeup, yes
And I would do it again
^Another kicking English grammar post
I wear concealer under my eyes most days. I have very very white skin, and deep set eyes, and dark features in general, so the skin under my eyes has a shadow + normally darker and in looks dramatized because of my features and how white I am. So some concealer evens it out. It's not noticeable and I look a lot better.
When I was in school did some acting in the school plays I did, thats about it though.
Regrets are for people who stop on the ground.
I'm heading for the stars.
Not on the daily... I'm a little too old to rock the guyliner. Besides, I'm too lazy about my looks now: I have difficulty motivating myself to shave, and I only brush my hair once a day (unless I can get away with not brushing it). I take meticulous care of my skin, but that's about it.
But when I was a vain young thing, I did... a little eyeliner on occasion, clear or light mascara, lots of concealer for pimples and under-eye bruising. I also kept a pressed powder compact with me to get rid of shine, and would wear lipstick in the morning and wipe it off before I left the house just to stain my lips a darker pink.
Of course, drag makeup is a different animal... it's much more like stage makeup; and I wear it so thick (most drag queens do) that it feels more like a mask than a beauty enhancement. Check out my last blog entry (link to your left) to view the process.
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yes i use the Cristina Aguilera make up style to go to university every morning....
but when i go out at night i take it to the edge in a more Lady Gaga look...
not unless im dressing up which doesnt happen too often
I tried some fake tan once.
Nope, I don't.
I pluck my eyebrows, I think that's my most "girly" vanity ritual :P
all I wanna see you in is just
S K I N
However, one of the Clinique girls hid a zit for me today. She did a nice job.
(Good grief, an overnight zit at MY advanced age. *groan*)
Woke up this morning with a moment. AND cut myself shaving, too.
At the pre-opening meeting one of the Clinique girls noticed the not good looking zit. Of COURSE she had to announce it to the entire staff. So all the cosmetics girls started trying to get me to let them fix it. I declined them all.
Later in the morning I was wandering through the rabbit warren of cosmetics counters (I was actually on a mission) and the Clinique girl grabbed my arm and told me to sit and in about 30 seconds she had me fixed up (quite well, I might add).
It was a slow morning.
(I don't know how you deal with all the drama in that business!)
no make-up, but i will use concealer if i have a zit attack but only to cover the zit not on my whole face.
I do every so often i like to go the full hog mascara blusher eye shaddow foundation etc..
Go the whole way when out clubbing. Smokey eye (eye shadow, eyeliner and mascara), blush and nude lip gloss. Makes me feel very hot and guys seem to love it
Not ever, not even once.
"Some people without brains do an awful lot of talking." -The Scarecrow, THE WIZARD OF OZ, 1939
Boss, to Sue: "Sorry, we have to downsize, and I need to lay you and Jack off." Sue to boss: "Can you just jack off? I have a headache today."
Make, for a man, a fire - and he'll be warm for a few hours. Set a man afire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.
Mexicans are pissed off about Trump's wall but, oh...they'll get over it.
Yeap! Everyday and I always get compliments on how refreshed, young and composed I look. I work in an ultra conservative, professional, and demanding environment but it's all in how you apply. Less is more and GUYS SHOULD NEVER USE powder. Powder gives it away. Just a liquid foundation perfectly matched to your skin tone and a bronzer in the right areas...perfection! AND NO F'ING SHIMMER or DEWEY LOOKS! I honestly feel sorry for guys who shy away from makeup.
Don't go the whole way during the day. Just foundation, curl my eyelashes, a little mascara and lip gloss