>tfw ugly loser
>tfw normies will never find out what I really look like because I wear makeup
>am a gay chad with lots of stacy friends
>would lose my social status and self confidence without makeup
Why don't you wear makeup /r9k/? Would you wear makeup if it were socially acceptable for boys?
I often wear lipstick and powder blush. It makes me feel pretty and I simply don't give a fuck about what anyone thinks of it. It's really boosted my self confidence. feels good boys. I wouldn't touch my eyebrows though. Just doesn't look right imo
>Why don't you wear makeup ANON?
I'm afraid I wouldn't be able to make it look natural enough and would called out on it. I don't want to look like I have make up on either.
>Would you wear makeup if it were socially acceptable for boys?
Yes, I'd also like to wear skirts and heeled shoes. (not high-heels, I'm thinking like a knee-length platform boot)
I've tried matte powders and eyeliner, but they've all been to obvious. I've settled on using
to make my face less shiny, but it doesn't count as make-up if it's primary purpose is sunblock right?
How low is your self esteem that you have to wear full make up as a man and pretend its how you look in front of your friends?
Hi, grill here doin some grillpostin.
Honestly, makeup for men can even be something that isn't noticeable at all. You just need to practice heavily.
You'll be discouraged the first time you try, but you will improve if you practice daily. Inevitably.
With acne coverage and contouring you can change the general structure of your face, make your nose appear smaller and your jaw more defined.
There's literally no reason men shouldn't be able to wear makeup, especially if it will help you feel better about yourself.
I highly encourage you all to check out "Makeup For Men" tutorials on youtube and figure out what it is that you'd like to sculpt and change, and then fucking go for it.
You can do it!