Who doesn’t like a good makeover?

Posted by on April 15th, 2010 at 04:00 pm

Category: video 13 comments »

13 Responses to “Glamorous”

  1. Mark Ronen

    Adorable both ways, and all the ones in-between.

    The video under the link is great too!


  2. Milo

    oh my god, this is spectacular! (:


  3. Keanan

    That was really cool… I wonder if there is a version of that but from the opposite way. I might just have to make a video like that. Very cool video posted. Cool kid too.


  4. Milo



  5. epinards

    Makes me want to cry. I remember when my brother was a kid we used to dress up all different ways. he could really work a boa as a four year old. Then my dad decided to gender-regulate us by making us stop.

    We had fun while it lasted though.


  6. dayita

    Funny what hits you. Kid looks good :)


  7. Adisson

    This video makes me so happy. When I was little, my cousins and I used to play dress up, and my cousin Kenny would always dress up as the most femme-tastic girl ever. And I’d usually be a thief or a dashing rogue. ^_^;; Good times.


  8. Cat

    Yay glam boys/androgynes in general! We could seriously use a new generation of David Bowies and Annie Lennoxes…there are a few among us, but it’s time for the kind of mass cultural androgyny that happened in the 70s and 80s!


  9. Cassie

    Oh my gosh, I just love the way he lights up over some of the outfits and at the end! Very awesome and a bit heart-warming. :)


  10. Carrie

    This is so cute!


  11. Jay

    Great video! Such a cute kid. And he looks like he had such fun, too.


  12. Alex

    So cute! I think he shoulda worn the black and white stripes, though.


  13. Foo

    My brother’s FaceBook is currently a picture of him wearing makeup (for Halloween he was a girl, it was a test run). I wonder if he’d let me cam me doing makeup and stuff this summer when he visits.

    Also, the smile he has when he puts the sparkly, most feminine one on is priceless.


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