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Maybelline’s Big Shot mascara campaign features a model with impeccable eye make-up, thick eyelashes and . . . well-groomed stubble.
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Manny Gutierrez last month became just the second man to be chosen as the face for a make-up advertisement, the first being cosmetics aficionado James Charles, whose Instagram posts caught the eye of Covergirl last year.
originally posted by: Bhadhidar
a reply to: seasonal
So what is the difference between a man wearing makeup and a man wearing tattoos?
Except for the level of commitment, since tattoos are more difficult to remove.
And shouldn't a "real man", by your standard, not give a flying crap about what other people think about what HE chooses to put on his face, or anywhere else, for that matter?
Your body, your choice.
And finally, there is a real problem with what appears to be your easy acceptance of the possibility of violence being employed to enforce cultural, or even merely personal, standards of attire.
Considering that this is much the same mindset that justifies the beating, rape, and even murder of women in "those other countries",
You might want to check yourselves!
originally posted by: seasonal
a reply to: Bhadhidar
OK, take a breath.
If you can't recognize that wearing full blown makeup may very well put you into a dangerous situation, you "check yourself".
And I don't give a hoot, do it up. But maybelline isn't doing this to make men more appealing to possible mates, they are doing it to make $$$. Again if you can't understand that, you should "check yourself".
And finally, if you can't see the cultural difference between rough and tough tats and wearing makeup, you should again "check yourself".