Something positive that social networks have brought has been the possibility of contemplating other realities, among them, that of men who put on makeup.
Youtubers, Instagrammers, tik tokers... a big one amount of mens content creators, referents for millions of people and with a great influence with maquillan, thereby helping remove stereotypes Y prejudices.
Even so, male makeup is not something that has emerged in recent years, since existed in the Ancient Egypt, where used the make-up, in addition to a end aesthetic, as a way of to connect with the gods. In fact, it was used up the century XIX by both of them genders, until the arrival of Queen Victoria I of Great Britain, who saw makeup as something vulgar and the work of the Devil.
It wasn't until birth from cinematography modern, when men were seen wearing makeup publicly again.
A few years ago, yeah we thought in make-up masculine, it is probable that the image of Johnny Depp in The Pirates of the Caribbean, making use of his famous raya of look like black that has become popular in such a way that it has given rise to the creation of the word guyliner, nevertheless, currently we see one great variety of makeup and diverse looks that we does reflect about the infinity of possibilities on the beauty and the caution masculine.
This shows that he make-up was born sin gender, was and is simply a tool to express ourselves, see us Y feel better.