January 8, 2008, - 12:45 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
On this site, I’ve written about the repeated marketing of women’s products and services to men and the ever steepening downward slope in the blurring of the genders in America. But this one takes the cake (for now).
I’ve repeatedly written about moisturizer and make-up being pushed on men. But when women start borrowing men’s makeup, you know we’ve really gone off the deep end.
This was in the February 2008 issue of Lucky Magazine, a popular women’s magazine that’s all about the latest fashions and make-up and little else. Krisana Jaritsat, manager of New York’s Elite modeling agency, was asked by the magazine to discuss her favorite beauty products. Check out her description of this product pick:
Forget borrowing your boyfriend’s leather jacket. Time to borrow his (or, is that, “her”?) make-up. Up next: borrowing his girdle . . . or Hello Kitty clothes and string of pearls.
Here’s a tip, girls: If your man shops at Sephora, better check his chromosomes.
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