Should men wear make-up?

By Amy Lawrenson

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Justin Bieber was busted looking a little too beautiful on the red carpet at the Golden Globes last week. His skin looked better than that of most women!
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Make-up artist Nathan Johnson (50% of his clients are men) told fashionista.com - 'Men and makeup is about as old as Hollywood itself and it should be expected. There are several ways that you can achieve that dewy glow. He may have used a liquid highlighter or a brightening primer, but I suspect there is more to it than that. I’d be willing to wager that he was either airbrushed or is wearing a very sheer layer of liquid/cream foundation. And he’s wearing blush. Notice the highest part of his cheek bone. Natural flush never goes that high. He looks fantastic, but there are a few telltale giveaways.'

So while make-up is okay on men in Hollywood, there is a line that even they shouldn't cross (the Bieber-esque blusher is possibly a step too far). But what about real life? Do you know any men that swear by a sneaky dab of concealer, a spritz of tan or a little Guyliner?

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