Josh Martin

More Men Now Wearing Make-Up
More Men Now Wearing Make-Up

Ladies you may want to keep a close eye on your cosmetics, as your beau may secretly be using them! Marketing company J. Walter Thompson surveyed one-thousand men in the U.S. and the UK, and found that 54-percent of men regularly use skincare products like moisturizer and eye cream. Thirty-three percent were found to use hair removal products, nine-percent used foundation, 11-percent use bronzer and ten-percent use concealer. Others said they get manicures and facials. I think we’ve finally caught on to why you do it ladies, cause it feels good and makes you look good. Still, I don’t think our masculinity will ever allow us to say out loud, “I use bronzer and concealer.”

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