The job of a beauty blogger is challenging and it gets no easier if you’re a guy. For as long as we can remember, society has deemed cosmetics a signifier of femininity, which means men have been conditioned to think they can’t don beauty products (ahem, gender roles and toxic masculinity at its finest).
Thankfully, the men of today are taking a stand and embracing their passion for beauty and makeup, proving that eye shadow and lipstick aren’t just for the ladies. Whether they’re fronting global cosmetic campaigns or flaunting their skills on Instagram, these male beauty bloggers are serving majors looks and rejecting society’s antiquated norms.
We’ve gathered the burgeoning and classic ones you should be following because frankly, beauty has no gender, and we could learn a thing or two from these lads.
18-year-old new kid Lewys gives tips for bold brows and killer highlight.
Longtime beauty guru Gabriel makes sure his followers know they can always be themselves.
Croatian drag queen Moonia serves dangerous looks in her persona.
Arabia does beauty and drag makeovers that will convince you gender has no bounds.
If you need some sass in your life, follow Thomas and his pout for major glam inspo.
This femme fatale pushes boundaries of makeup and should definitely be on your feed.
His boundary-breaking CoverGirl commercials prove why he’s a must-follow blogger.
21-year-old David experiments with wild colors and designs that might spur your imagination, too.
Demigod Patrick Starrr is a longtime beauty blogger you won’t regret following.
We think Sebastian is going to make a big name for himself with his soft makeup looks and amazing techniques.
Besides he fabulous makeup look, Bretmen offers comedy and truth to his 8.7 million followers.
Reuben De Maid
The youngest of them all, at 12 years old, Reuben made his worldwide beauty debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Last but not least: Manny Mua, who gives amazing insight for beauty and personal expression.
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