To start things off...
Things about me: I'm a straight male hairstylist, makeup artist, and esthitician, I wear makeup, I'm very feminine, I'm very intelligent, love to shop, dress fashionably, keep myself well groomed, play video games every so often, I know how to be very charming, I'm always very polite and chivalrous, I keep up to date on fashion, I can be a bit of a diva, I'm experienced in basic survival skills, I don't like sports or cars, I don't do drugs, I can't grow facial or chest hair, I'm an honest 8.5/10, I'm slim, and I'm very happy with who I am.
The thing is, a lot of women are very disturbed or put off or something about how feminine I am. I understand that it's near impossible to compete with a guy with a chiseled jawline, a six pack, and stubble, but come on, I'm unique. Do I really have to give up some of my femininity to get the smallest amount of female attention? I'm not looking for a girlfriend or anything, but just some spark of interest that doesn't go out as soon as I open up. I'm tired of seeing women I was interested in repeatedly going to the same douche bags.
Can I carry that enormous heavy box by myself into the house? Maybe not. Can I hold my own in a fight? Maybe. Can I give you a kickass blowout before your big interview and give you a flawless makeup application? Hell yes. Need a facial treatment and an upper body massage? I have enough product to start my own spa. Going to a party and wondering if those shoes go with the dress? Try those black Jimmy Choo's instead, babe. And maybe blend that highlighting a tad more.
Thanks for your input, all!
Most Helpful Girl
Well- to be honest, that type of guy just doesn't attract me. Mostly because I'm a VERY low maintenance girl myself, a bit of a tomboy and I just feel like we wouldn't have much in common. I hate hanging out with girls who have to spend an hour getting ready to go out for lunch- my usual reaction is "Just put on some clothes, toss up your hair and let's go!"
I wear makeup sporadically and I wear very little when I do- mascara and eye shadow are pretty much it. I'm not into shopping unless it has a purpose and I'm a go in, get what you want and get out kind of shopper. I don't keep up with fashion- as far as I'm concerned, my jeans will work whether we're headed for dinner, a party, or just curling up and watching TV.
You can see how me dating a metrosexual guy would just never work. I couldn't date a guy who is higher maintenance than me- I'd feel insecure half the time and be annoyed the other half.It doesn't mean I don't think you're a good person or that I don't know some girls who would appreciate it, it's just not me.2