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  • Does Sephora offer makeovers?

    Does anyone know if Sephora offers free applicaiton of makeup purchases? I'm a guy and want to try a new line that Sephora offers but don't want to buy it, go home, and find it blah. Do they offer samples to apply in the store and do the sales people help with samples?

    2 AnswersMakeup8 years ago
  • Lashtinting for guys? Natural looking or over the top?

    I'm a guy with fairly long lashes. They used to be very dark - almost black - but are now pretty light. I've tried to use mascara but alas, I'm a guy and not great at getting the "right" amount on. So, I've thought about getting my eyelashes tinted.

    Has anyone ever got their lashes tinted before? Does it look natural or does it look like mascara is piled on?

    2 AnswersMakeup8 years ago
  • What is the basis for opposition to "feminine" products worn by guys?

    I've asked about nail polish before and quite a few responses have been generalizations such as "that's for girls only".

    But what is the basis for opposition to guys wearing feminine style clothing or feminine products such as makeup or nail polish?

    Is it because individuals believe that if it's made for a woman then it must be weird or wrong for a guy to wear it? If that is your belief, have you ever seen a guy wear it?

    I'm not referring to cross dressing per se - not that there's anything wrong with that. But say for example a guy wearing girls jeans, or more of a feminine shirt? Or a guy wearing nail polish on toes? Or a guy wearing makeup in a way to enhance his features versus trying to make himself look like a girl?

    Here's my story - sometimes I wear a light foundation and maybe a little blush or bronzer. Sometimes I wear just a little eyeshadow or mascara. I keep my toes painted red. Reactions? Nothing direct or overt. I admit I'm somewhat "metrosexual". I get my brows waxed regularly. The girl who does my brows of course has noticed what I wear. I've seen her for nearly two years now and she told me last time that I saw her that she noticed my mascara and nails the first time I was in to see her and that she thought I had to be gay. Now that she knows me, she said that she actually likes my nails, complimented me on my makeup, and admitted that she now thinks more guys should do this.

    So, is it "wrong" for a guy to wear or use feminine stuff or are people saying it's wrong because they've never seen a guy wear it (well, wear it appropriately)?

    4 AnswersOther - Beauty & Style8 years ago
  • What is the basis for opposition to "feminine" products worn by guys?

    I've asked about nail polish before and quite a few responses have been generalizations such as "that's for girls only".

    But what is the basis for opposition to guys wearing feminine style clothing or feminine products such as makeup or nail polish?

    Is it because individuals believe that if it's made for a woman then it must be weird or wrong for a guy to wear it? If that is your belief, have you ever seen a guy wear it?

    I'm not referring to cross dressing per se - not that there's anything wrong with that. But say for example a guy wearing girls jeans, or more of a feminine shirt? Or a guy wearing nail polish on toes? Or a guy wearing makeup in a way to enhance his features versus trying to make himself look like a girl?

    Here's my story - sometimes I wear a light foundation and maybe a little blush or bronzer. Sometimes I wear just a little eyeshadow or mascara. I keep my toes painted red. Reactions? Nothing direct or overt. I admit I'm somewhat "metrosexual". I get my brows waxed regularly. The girl who does my brows of course has noticed what I wear. I've seen her for nearly two years now and she told me last time that I saw her that she noticed my mascara and nails the first time I was in to see her and that she thought I had to be gay. Now that she knows me, she said that she actually likes my nails, complimented me on my makeup, and admitted that she now thinks more guys should do this.

    So, is it "wrong" for a guy to wear or use feminine stuff or are people saying it's wrong because they've never seen a guy wear it (well, wear it appropriately)?

    4 AnswersGender Studies8 years ago
  • Best Nail Color Polish for guys? - girls only please :)?

    Yes, I'm a guy and I like to get pedicures and when I do, I like to have nail polish. I ususally get a red/burgandy color but looking for ideas to branch out a little. I have a slight tan and I usually wear either dark brown sandals or light brown sandals. Well, flip flops.

    So girls, what color would go good on a guy?

    Winning answer gets to pick my next color - well, if I like it :)

    5 AnswersMakeup8 years ago
  • What is a good mascara for a guy to use? Darken lashes, not soley for lengthening/volume...?

    Okay, so I'd like to darken my lashes. I've considered tinting them, but that may be too much. I'd like to experiment with mascara first. If it turns out good, then maybe I'd go to tinting. What is a good mascara to simply add color to my lashes without extreme lengthening or building volume?

    9 AnswersMakeup8 years ago
  • What should guys shave or wax?

    Asking the guys for their opinions. Girls, if you're bi, then feel free to chime in. If a guy as a good to great body, what parts do you think he should shave or wax (what do you find attractive)?

    Chest?

    Back?

    "Private Area" (brazilian)?

    Legs?

    Arms?

    UnderArms?

    None of the above or all of the above?

  • What should guys shave or wax?

    Asking the girls for their opinions. If a guy as a good to great body, what parts do you think he should shave or wax (what do you find attractive)?

    Chest?

    Back?

    "Private Area" (brazilian)?

    Legs?

    Arms?

    UnderArms?

    None of the above or all of the above?

    1 AnswerSingles & Dating8 years ago
  • My almost three year old son wakes up at 5:30 a.m. What can I do to get him to sleep later?

    We get him to bed between 7 pm and 8 pm. Usually around 7:45 pm. But like clockwork, he wakes at 5:30 am every day it seems like. He looks out the window and says " the sun woke up"... What can I do to get him to sleep later? Thanks!

    5 AnswersToddler & Preschooler10 years ago