Tips to deal with your queer stylist partners....

Strictly speaking, there is a partial truth to the stereotypes which mention that most of the people from the glamorous industries are queer in one or the other way. That's a proud thing indeed, but not everyone from the fashion, hair, and makeup industries are gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and Transgenders. The queer community is creative and evolving. So, do the glamorous industries. Many people from the LGBTQ+ community settle in creative fields, including all the other fields. But the stylists are one of a kind. They can give you a whole makeover and also can drive you crazy in various ways.




Have you ever dated a makeup artist or a hairdresser or a fashion stylist? How did you feel about it? Have you ever been in a relationship with them? Did you enjoy their company in various aspects of life? All these questions have mixed answers and blended opinions because dating a queer stylist is maintaining an equilibrium of pros and cons in a relationship. You must remember one thing that all the queer makeup artists, hairdressers, and fashion stylists are indeed the queer artists who make the community colorful, fashionable, chic, and utterly trendy! Hence, a person must be good enough in dealing with such queer artists who can make a person look entirely different with various variations in aesthetic appearances.




It's a pure myth that all the queer stylists are glamour conscious and cautious about the looks of their partners. Yes, people have their preferences in looks when it comes to sexual and physical attractions. Queer stylists are humans too, who also look out for emotional connections. So, instead of concluding approaching a queer stylist that they may reject you, just give it a try. Who knows, he/she may like you and things may go further!




They consistently maintain the style factor no matter what. Regardless of the different streams of makeup, hair, and fashion industries, all the queer stylists manage to have a signature look to carry their personalities and stand out of the box. And they get attracted to two kinds of people; the extremely classy ones and the extremely funky ones. So, if you are the one who doesn't have a signature style, think twice before poking a stylist.




Promoting a queer lifestyle is exceptionally easy for all the queer stylists. They don't hesitate to try experimental and fashion adventurous looks publicly in various events, parties, or even for work. They don't like restrictions and they don't feel as flashy. So, if you are insecure and feel embarrassed about the style of a queer stylist, then you come out as a wrong partner.


Fashion and style have nothing to do with the orientations and genders. The queer community is always full of colors. Flaunting various colors on bodies is just an attempt to spread awareness about the community. If you date a fashion blogger or a fashion stylist, be prepared to walk along with a person who can nail androgynous fashion statements and rainbow colors as easy as how you wear a plain black tee at home.