Have you seen any men whose makeup looked bad in a TV interview? Or men that should have worn makeup but they didn’t? Should men feel uncomfortable about wearing makeup on camera? Could it help them to look more attractive? Could it help them increase their credibility? Or is it just a “Hollywood” custom that isn’t really necessary for men doing a media interview?
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