This is not a political post.This is about embracing differences. The core emotional drive behind Makeup Worship is that we want to encourage people to do what makes them feel sexy, what makes them feel good. That is not the same for everyone. While yes, we sell products, what we are trying to say is it starts from within and what you desire. What do you like? How does wearing makeup, clothes, lingerie, make you feel? Do you feel like you're trapped in someone else's body or do you love the body you're in? Not everyone feels the need to find something within themselves, maybe they've already found it or knew it all along. Some are very happy and confident with themselves. Some are not. We are speaking to both types and all those in between. Embracing the different doesn't have to mean finding something new to like about yourself. It means continuing to be that person who is not like the person next to you.
When starting this company we had two main goals. 1. To encourage everyone to find and embrace their sexy. Whether you are afraid to or you already rock it. 2. We wanted to focus on men. Our cosmetics are created with males and females in mind and we have a sister site (makeupworship.com) that is a bit more general. We are focusing specifically on a site for men because we don't feel there are enough forums or platforms out there that is specific to you. You can get fabulous makeup in multiple places, but we want you to have a place to talk about it, to laugh with us to share tips, pictures, or to silently look on. Yes, to shop if you wish. This is your place. Even if you have no interest in makeup at all, hang out with us!
I am a female and I don't claim to be an expert at makeuping (yes, this is a word in the Korrie dictionary.) or knowing exactly what men want in a makeup. I want there to be a forum for those experts,for those looking for tips, advice, friendliness, sassiness, crudeness,and a lot of times inappropriateness (although no assholesnish, that isn't welcome here.). I am not an expert in knowing what each of your differences are or what they should be. I don't know what it's like to be a male. I don't know what it's like to be a gay, straight, bisexual, crossdressing or trans male. I don't know what it's like to be a man who wants to wear makeup in public or a man who wants to wear it in private. What I do know is I genuinely love and respect all of you (someone had some Tender-Os for breakfast!). It's not about saying how awesome I am, it's about saying how awesome you are.
Thanks for reading and thanks for being here with us.
Different is good. Different is you.
XOXO Korrie and the Makeup Worship team