Today? No, look back at male fashion sense 200 years ago: blush, high heels, pantyhose, mascara and curled hair. All of those fashion items you can see on the likes of George Washington, Ben Franklin and the other founding fathers.
The idea of "feminine" changes with time and it looks like society is about to take another turn to what gender roles are. It's just an usual part of the way humans work and evolve.
Depends on what. Moisturizer isn't feminine at all, it's fucking annoying to have feel dry and ashy. I agree that wearing makeup is feminine, just like skinny tight jeans, I mean, they can't really have balls if they're comfortable wearing those kind of pants. Shaving body hair isn't feminine at all either. Most body builders and ripped dudes shave and I'm pretty sure you wouldn't think of them as feminine. Same with swimmers. Plus, body hair is gross xD
I dont really see how using some moisturizer if my skin is dry and itchy. And shaving my armpits makes me feminine. That being said make-up and concealer is a bit much for me. Dont really see the point.
What's "feminine" about any of these? Who cares? Why do we need two categories of humans?
tbh i dont know anyone who Moisturizing more, self tanning, using concealer/foundation, clear nail polish, wearing tighter fitting clothes such as skinny jeans and shavingmore body hair off.. Sounds a lot like an exaggeration.