i'm not going to say it's wrong but i wouldn't even think of wearing it. it's just another fashion thing and it may pass but only time will tell.
It isn't wrong but I don't like it. Often it doesn't look good on women either unless done tastefully.
I think it is a personal thing. I wouldn't necessarily want to be with a guy wearing more eye makeup then me, but it is a way of expressing oneself.
I see it all the time here in the Philippines. I am Canadian and it take some time to get used to it. I really don't care. However, I have to say I don't think I would want to have a in depth conversation with some made up sitting across from me.
I hate to say it, because personally I wouldn't want my man to wear eyeliner, but I actually like the look of it.
Men should be men, and women should be women.
I don't want to sound old fashioned but if the man becomes to effeminate, then where does that leave the woman?
You can not have a healthy relationship if both of you are trying to be the woman.
Look at gays/lesbians, in most cases one takes the feminine role and the other the male role.
A man should take care of himself and try to look good and healthy.
But guyliner, I think most guys can't get away with it.
Honestly, who cares? If you're a man and want to wear liner, go ahead!
Hmm......I would like to say nay, but I would never want to say what a person should or should not wear. I think it is a little girly though.
If it can be pulled off and the guy feels comfortable then I say go for it. Who cares? If it can't be pulled off then they most definately should not. Its all on the individual and how they feel. If they don't feel comfortable wearing it then that will show and be more visible than the eyeliner. I don't think its gay, but I do think it something that has to be able to be pulled off.
I think for some guys it looks good .But some guys it looks like its look much for their eyes.
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