I really like the idea, and it would really be nice if Mr. Bella could get some of his beloved guyliner in a stick that wasn't way too small for big dudes' hands. The line also supports emerging artists and features original work on its packaging, which sounds cool, and Natalia has committed to using her studio space to "mentor gay teens lacking acceptance and support." If the brand becomes available online or gets wider distribution, will you be interested in buying some products that aren't "just for girls"?
Just because someone has a Y chromosome doesn't mean they can't bust out the cosmetics now and then. Earlier this year, we were all mesmerized by pictures of men in makeup, and now, I present to you, part deux of guys rocking eyeliner and lipstick. While yes, most of these guys are actually singers, it's not only limited to those who can croon. Call it a creative type, if you will.
Men in makeup, anyone? While the majority of male eyeliner wearers are rock stars, it's not too uncommon for men to get in touch with their cosmetics-loving side. In fact, news anchors and actors usually wear a little foundation to even out their complexions. Heck, even the president wears some during appearances. Check out this gallery to see 15 of the guys who prove that makeup isn't just for ladies.
At the end of last month, a 13-year old boy was told by school officials in Hamilton, OH that he needed to remove his black lipstick and eye liner because his makeup was "extreme and distracting." The boy, Matt, didn't see it that way, saying, "I don't find this distracting at all." His mom felt that the school system was being discriminatory. But administrators claimed that the same rules apply for girls wearing excessive makeup. Do you think the school was right in singling him out? Or should Matt be able to flaunt his WentzPentz with pride?
Watch the video, then take the poll and tell me: Should guyliner be banned?
Punk, glam, and goth hit their peak decades ago, but a few rocker dudes still sport makeup today. There's Gerard Way from the band My Chemical Romance, who has worn everything from black to purple to red eye makeup. Then there's Pete Wentz who loves guyliner so much that he created his own line of makeup (kidding — sheesh)! Last but not least is former teen heartthrob Jared Leto, who wears creamy metallic eyeshadow, liner, mascara, and even stripes of bright-pink lipstick on his cheeks.
These guys have a style that's all their own, but I gotta say, it reminds me of angsty dudes I knew in high school — so it isn't exactly the sexiest look to me personally. Out of these three rebel rockers, who do you think pulls the look off best?
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Well well, look at what the cat dragged to the Hollywood premiere of Forgetting Sarah Marshall. What one man deems as an edgy hairstyle another might call frizzy and maybe even a little bit freaky. And how about that guyliner? I'm all for taking beauty risks, but is it me or does it seem like Russell and Flowbee duked it out right before this event? How do you feel about Russell's red-carpet look?
Pete Wentz may be giving up his crown as the King of Guyliner. At the VMAs, the only makeup he wore was stage makeup. Which way do you prefer this Fall Out Boy?
Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz is known for his pop hooks and good looks—and for wearing eyeliner, too (all right, and for dating Ashlee Simpson). My friends and I disagree over whether men look cheesy or hot when they wear makeup. So I want to know what you think: Does guyliner work, or is it corny?