The daily drag brow

Submitted by Simon, the model and photographer.

“Now that I’m away from home, I can go further with makeup and dress, spending more time in heels and skirts than I do in typically masculine attire.”

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Posted by on February 11th, 2013 at 10:00 am

Category: faces 6 comments »

6 Responses to “The daily drag brow”

  1. radical/rebel

    you are stunningly gorgeous and I love the way you’re carrying yourself in this photo.

    radical beauty,
    radical/rebel

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    Simon/ Simone 'the daily drag brow' replied:

    Thankyou ever so much, its so much easier to blossom with out people you care about around to judge you haha

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  2. Glam Girls

    Just came across your site. You are very insperational. Visit our site, Dagarcamelle.com Take a look around. Would love to hear from you…give us a “blog” shout out!

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    Simon/ Simone 'the daily drag brow' replied:

    Hello, i was jsut wondering if you were talking about my site or this site? if mine im happy to give you a shout out, i jsut took a look at your wonderful site and im so pleased to see a cosmetics company that is not gender biased. so if it was my tumblr you were talking about im more than happy to give you a shout out and its very likely i will become a customer :)

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  3. Chris/Sian

    You look fantastic!

    Thats why I’m looking forward to getting a palce of my own

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  4. Simon/ Simone 'the daily drag brow'

    Nothing better than the freedom of your own place, it has done wonders for me, i have been in control of my own diet, my day to day life, my working hours its just so good for you. im so much more independent and a lot happier in myself. and due to a lot of time now spent naked wondering about in my room, purely because i can, im allot more body confident. its all around goodness!

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