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   If you don't have even skin tone use some make-up to achieve your desired look.
   Try using a foundation blended in well to hide blemishes and even out skin tone.
   Tip: first apply an oil-free moisturiser to keep the skin smooth
   and help ensure that the make-up lasts.






   If you didn't get much sleep but need to be on top form today - perhaps
   for an interview - then you can hide the signs. If you have dark patches
   under your eyes, then simply use a little concealer to hide the fact!
   Make sure to use a concealer brush to enable you to get maximum
   coverage from a minimum amount of concealer.



   If you suffer from slight reddening of the skin, like many men do,
   then this may make you self conscious and paranoid about your look.
   Any uneven skin colour can be ironed out with a thin layer of oil-free
   foundation on your face. Make sure you use a yellowy undertone
   to get that natural look. Feel confident about wearing some make-up
   - more and more men are doing this in the modern world!

   Most men think it's wimpy to wear make-up, but as long as they
   don't go overboard, men can look really good with a little make-up on.
   Use some dark eye shadow - this can really emphasise your eyes
   and features and give you a cool look.



   You may be interested to know if you are a man who likes wearing make up,
   and some do, that you can now buy make up specifically for men.
   It is so called as 'guyliner' and is said to have become popular due to
   some celebrities, for instance the likes of Johnny Depp and Robbie Williams,
   wearing it. You can get it in shops such as Superdrug in the UK
   and apparently in some stores there will even be people there telling you
   how to best wear the male make up and how to use it for best effect on yourself.



   If you have a well-defined face, then it's been proven that women will
   find you more attractive than someone with very set-back features.
   If you want to get looks, therefore, you need to emphasise your features.
   Try using a pinky-brown colour on your cheeks, side of nose, chin and jawbone
   to highlight the contours of your face, and really stand out - in a very good way!



   To get a sexy look and emphasise your cheekbones, in a way that many
   women will find attractive, try putting a little shadow below them.
   Try it next time you're on a big date and see what happens...



   To emphasise your eyes and get that sexy smouldering look,
   learn from the experts - women!
   Use a brow pencil to fill in and shape your brows, and a little
   dark eyeshadow to emphasise your eyes.






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       Many men, particularly teenagers, suffer with spots and low self-esteem because they think it's wrong
       for men to use make-up. But it's not! There are now many spot cover-up products available
       from pharmacists that don't really count as make-up in the standard sense - just like a lip balm product,
       there are specific spot concealing products. So if you're a man who suffers with spots,
       use one of these products and blend in well. There is nothing wrong with using the products
       available to make the most of your look.

       Use a lip balm to keep your lips moist and stop chapping. Even though it's not really make-up
       many guys think it is too girlie to even try this! If you want good, attractive lips, then you should use
       a quality lip balm regularly to keep your lips in good (kissable!) condition.

       As you get older, of course, your skin will start to wrinkle. You should ensure that you have
       a skin care routine, that includes cleansing, exfoliating and then a moisturiser.
       If you like the homemade ones, try out some of them. More...

       If a face mask sounds like a frightening beauty treatment, then the good news is that you can
       do this in the privacy of your own home! Simply use a warming mineral face mask cream
       from your local pharmacy or beauty store. They work just as well for men and women
       and the impact on your skin and your looks will be fantastic!

       Another thing, in the old days it might have been taboo for men to buy hair dye or consider dyeing,
       but these days it is accepted. The best products to use and those that will make you feel comfortable
       to buy are those packaged for men - thus try Just for Men as the best.
       If you are going bald, one of the best ways to resolve the situation is simply to get a very short haircut.
       This will mitigate the problem and the ladies will think you are just keeping up with the styles of the day.
       Certainly do not resort to the combover which screams out 'old man!'
       Ensure that you also remove unwanted hair elsewhere - for instance, nose, ears, back.



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