I found myself a bit disturbed while on the train last week when a grown man studied my in-transit makeup application as though his life depended on it. He kept looking at me and when I reached from my lip gloss his eyes followed.
It made me feel uncomfortable. I tried to stare at him back, but he kept looking at me, transfixed by the way I put on blush and mascara. Is putting on makeup an intimate thing? I have a friend who won't let her boyfriend watch to put on makeup. I know they realize the difference between when you wake up and when you put makeup on, bit it's more about the finished product.
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This was probably new to him (He has never seen a girl put on makeup before) and wanted to see what you were using and how you put it on. It's not really an intimate act, but I like watching girls put on makeup. If the girl is cute, it's a a joy to watch her. It also lets guys compare how she looks before and after putting on makeup. If he liked how your makeup made you look, maybe he will buy his girlfriend or wife that same makeup.0