Makeup is pretty much a standard for Hollywood. Any production is likely to have a crew to do make up and hair, and just make you look awesome for the cameras. It's a little less common for men to wear makeup out in public though. There's definitely a stigma that exists that makeup is purely something for women, and men don't need it. But hey even men have imperfections. They really shouldn't be that stand offish by makeup to where they feel they can't wear it. There is a movement to admit to wearing it. And it started with Seth Rogen.
Seth Rogen isn't embarrassed to admit that he uses a little makeup to hide the rare blemish or two before heading to the red carpet. Why should he be? It's 2017, and men wear makeup. But Rogen still tweeted about it, perhaps expecting some form of mockery. He was dead wrong. People were there to raise him up because it's time to breakdown the barrier that it's unmanly to wear makeup.
The whole world applauded Rogen's makeup use, and many admitted to dipping their own fingers in the pot while their wives' backs were turned. In fact, the only negative reaction he seemed to get were from people who think he should just buy his own dang concealer because it's so expensive! Seriously why does it cost a small fortune for that stuff? It's like it's made of gold.
Though his wife's color worked just fine:
There was only one other complaint:
If you're lucky, you'll grow up to have a spouse who won't smack your fingers every time you reach for their makeup bag. Don't be scare to slap a little on your face next time you're out. Cause hey, men can look good too!
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