male celebrities with permanent makeup

Male celebrities with permanent makeup

Microblading isn’t just for women. These male Hollywood celebs have gone for permanent makeup, as well. Keep reading to find out who they are!

The development of permanent makeup aims to address the growing demand for more time. It’s a busy world, and putting on makeup—for both men and women—definitely eats up time.

Thankfully, microblading cuts down on the time allotted for makeup routines as well as minimizes makeup expenses.

But just how is that possible?

Well, permanent makeup trades your everyday routine schedule for just one procedure a year. The $500 payment also replaces the thousand-dollar makeup bill you accumulate every few years.

For Hollywood celebrities, the decision to get permanent makeup is a no-brainer. Their huge wallets can more than pay for several microblading sessions. Plus, permanent makeup gives them the luxury of stepping out their New York apartments without having to put on any makeup—and still look good for the paparazzi.

Who are these male celebs who pushed their dedication to beauty to the next level?

Check out this list.

Johnny Depp

Johnny depp permanent makeup

Rumors say the Pirates of the Caribbean star had work done to make his eyes look more deep-set. There’s no confirmation for this news, but it certainly seems improbable that anyone would have eyes that look that brooding. Do you think Johnny Depp had his lash line done?


John Christopher Depp II (b. 1963) is famous for his work in eccentric films, particularly for his frequent collaboration with director Tim Burton. Their movies Edward Scissorhands (1990), Sleepy Hollow (1999), Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), and Alice in Wonderland (2010) were all met with critical and commercial acclaim.

Depp is the world’s third highest-grossing actor, with his film having made over $3.7 billion at the US box office and over $10 billion worldwide.

Nicolas Cage

Nicolas cage permanent makeup

Award-winning actor Nicolas Cage is said to have microbladed eyebrows. Which makes sense, because strong brows have always been a key component of any Hollywood leading actor. Alas, Nic’s permanent brows are only rumors thus far, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it’s confirmed as true soon.


Nicolas Kim Coppola (b. 1964) is a multi-awarded film actor famous for his acting style, which he describes as “Nouveau Shamanic.” The actor received an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and a Screen Actors Guild Award for his work in Leaving Las Vegas (1995), after which he began receiving mainstream attention from Hollywood.

His commercially successful films include The Rock (1996), Con Air (1997), City of Angels (1998), National Treasure (200), Ghost Rider (2007), and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018).

Dustin Hoffman

Dustin hoffman permanent makeup

Veteran actor Dustin Hoffman is said to have microbladed brows, as well. If it’s true, then it’s certainly expertly done. Nobody would be able to guess from the star’s photos, films, and appearances. After all, the best permanent makeup is the one you can’t spot!


Dustin Lee Hoffman (b. 1937) has been acting for the big screen since 1967, beginning with his role in The Graduate.

His many films include Midnight Cowboy (199), Papillon (1973), All the President’s Men (1976), Kramer vs. Kramer (1979), Tootsie (1982), Rain Man (1988), Hook (1991), The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc (1999), and Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004).

Men shouldn’t shy away from permanent makeup

If you’re a man who’s considering the pros and cons of getting permanent makeup, here are all the reasons you should go for it:

  1. It makes you feel good about yourself. Where’s the shame in wanting to look like a better version of yourself, right? If permanent makeup will give you a much-needed confidence boost, then you shouldn’t shy away from it.
  2. You probably need it. As we grow older, our lips become more dull, and our eyebrows get heavier towards the outer edges. That, and men’s hairlines tend to recede. If there are easy remedies for these problems, then why shouldn’t you take them? Microblading could solve all these and more.

If you’re interested in knowing more about permanent makeup, check out our article What microblading is for: Permanent makeup explained. You can also drop us a line or call us at 310-207-7797.