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Should i start wearing make-up?

post #1 of 10
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I'm a guy and i want to know if i should start wearing it full time and not just in my room some nights.




What make up should i start using and don't pick a really easy one to see.
post #2 of 10

Try a lightweight tinted moisturizer, my husband actually wears one to work and nobody has ever noticed (he wears NARS Pure Radiant tinted moisturizer in Alaska shade). It's important that you blend it well and it matches your skin tone, so you might want to take a trip to your closest Sephora and have them help you out picking the right shade.

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Try a lightweight tinted moisturizer, my husband actually wears one to work and nobody has ever noticed (he wears NARS Pure Radiant tinted moisturizer in Alaska shade). It's important that you blend it well and it matches your skin tone, so you might want to take a trip to your closest Sephora and have them help you out picking the right shade.

Does he need tinted moisturizer? I see his skin tone quite even in the picture. Maybe a little flaw on the jaw - I think spot concealer is enough. 

 

To kuzronk: I think you need a new hair style. Don't know if you can ask them to trim your eyebrow too... 

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Does he need tinted moisturizer? I see his skin tone quite even in the picture. Maybe a little flaw on the jaw - I think spot concealer is enough. 

To kuzronk: I think you need a new hair style. Don't know if you can ask them to trim your eyebrow too... 

This was after i had a hair cut. I was going on about how ugly it was on twitter and a guy wanted a pic of it so i took that.
post #5 of 10

Well, how much do you wear when you're playing around in your room? If it makes you feel better, play on lol. I think eye brows on most men can always be cleaned up! That's not a criticism, necessarily, but encouragement. smile.gif Your haircut isn't that bad, I guess it'd depend on styling.

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This was after i had a hair cut. I was going on about how ugly it was on twitter and a guy wanted a pic of it so i took that.

Sorry to hear that... another victim of barber shop... 

I need glasses to see things clearly when they are more than 4 feet from me. So when they cut my hair, I have no idea how they are treating my hair until get my glasses back and see the terrible work in mirror...    

 

However men's hair grows really fast.  

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Well, how much do you wear when you're playing around in your room? If it makes you feel better, play on lol.
A little bit which i find in the bathroom but it never looks good on me.

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Sorry to hear that... another victim of barber shop... 
I need glasses to see things clearly when they are more than 4 feet from me. So when they cut my hair, I have no idea how they are treating my hair until get my glasses back and see the terrible work in mirror...    

However men's hair grows really fast.  
Nah it's my mum and dad who did it.
post #8 of 10

If you think it doesn't look right on you you might not have the right colour or formula for your skin. You could try a powder based foundation if you want a more natural look. Palladio's wet/dry or physician's formula healthy skin are both good options.

post #9 of 10

just try make up for some special occasions only.

post #10 of 10

Try to use skin blending light powder make up.

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