MAKEUP ON A MISSION
The Universal Attraction of Female Beauty
Branded as witches, sinners, or just prostitutes, women who wore make-up have been punished and repressed for centuries. Even today, in some places, women are forced to cover their faces, as their beauty and sensuality are still perceived as a threat or something to be ashamed of.
Yet make-up and glam are incredible tools to express women’s power and sexual primacy. That’s why Fusion Movement elevates red lipstick as the symbol of femininity.
Red lipstick is a choice. It demands attention and commands respect. Red is the color that many powerful women in history chose to wear to symbolize their status. Think of Cleopatra, who was believed to create her own shade of red by crushing carmine beetles in 3000 BC. Or Queen Elizabeth, the Virgin Queen, who wore red lips at a time where it was generally associated with lower-class people and prostitutes. Despite many attempts to tame women’s seductive power and ban red lipstick or make-up, the fascination has survived. Red lips became the symbol of rebellion and female liberation in the XX century when suffragettes in New York were showing them off during public marches; transitioned into a symbol of patriotism and freedom during WW2, when women wore red lipstick in defiance of Adolf Hitler, renowned for hating any form of make-up; and finally became socially accepted in the post-war era.
Red lipstick bestows women with a mysterious power that both intimidates and attracts men. It’s not difficult to understand why it has been feared for so long, then. Red lips have a “kryptonite effect” on men – they’re effortlessly seductive, sensual, and highly addictive.
No man can resist the power of red and scientific studies prove that that’s the case. Lips are the first feature that cis-men notice when looking at women, and their attention seems to linger much longer when those lips are coated with a shade of red. Looking at a pair of perfectly made-up lips also increases the dopamine levels in the brain, causing uncontrollable sexual arousal. That’s the ‘red effect’! It’s the doorway of women’s sexuality and eroticism, making women the mistresses of the seduction game and protagonist of Fusion Play.
Women are obviously free to wear make-up for any reason, but Fusion Movement wants to make them aware that red lipstick and glam enhance their beauty and sensuality and can be used as tools to instill respect and assert dominance.
Every woman already possesses what men want; she doesn’t need to change or pose. She doesn’t need to “catch a man” – she’s not the one who chases: she’s the prize. She’s the one in control, always!
The confidence and power that come from wearing perfect make-up and showing off luscious red lips is everything a woman needs to seduce any man and make him surrender to her erotic influence. That is power, and women will not give it away anymore. They will instead use it to reprogram men and teach them the art of love and sensuality.
That’s Fusion Movement’s ultimate mission: to harness and express the powerful erotic energy of femininity and use it to create a better world. In this world, women are in control, and men worship them without reservation.To learn more about the ‘red effect’ and the power of make-up in the seduction game, join our membership and get access to exclusive resources and tools. We’d also love to hear your stories, tips, and tricks that you use or suggest to spice up your sexual life and dominate the game. Reach out to us here!