I went to a counselor for years, and it wasn't the kind of counseling to help you - it was the 'Let's make you straight' type - but counsellors can help.
When I was a young boy, I would watch my mom apply her makeup, so one day, I took a lipstick she had and put it on my mouth, trying to imitate her. It ended up all over my face.
Sometimes people have to go through hard times just to get to a happy place.
At the end of the day, makeup comes off whether you're a man or a woman; why discriminate against men, when makeup is such an amazing form of artistic expression, just because society says it's not 'normal?'
I'm a beauty person on YouTube, and I'm very, very, very hyper-aware of things, and I like to dive into products and just really go in and hone in on products - whether I think they're worth the money or not.
I was very sheltered growing up, so the only real beauty exposure I had was my mom. And still, to this day, she is my number 1 beauty icon.
I've gone through all of it: I've literally heard every single name in the book be told to me. So don't be discouraged by anyone as long as you're confident in yourself, and just keep doing what you're doing.
I feel like lip balm is something that you need to have. The worst thing ever is having dry lips.
To me, being beautiful is just accepting myself. I feel beautiful when I'm wearing makeup; I feel beautiful when I'm not wearing makeup.
Everyone grows at their own pace, and you shouldn't compare yourself to anyone.
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