Makeup on a guy is fine, if applied in a way that accents the guy.
I've known lots of guys that use a touch of macara, lip balm, etc.
This is one of those taboo things, that, like shaving your legs, or waxing your eyebrows, takes a while to get into main stream popular culture.
Bottom line: do what makes you happy. If you you do "goth" don't expect to get a six figure job, but, if you wanna' put a little makeup on that makes you look a bit better, why not? Now, if you tattoo every part of your body, and put a nose ring in, in this part of the world, you'll probably be treated strangely.
As a pioneer in bodybuilding, when I shaved my legs, chest, arms, and so on, while everyone else was wearing polyester shirts, had hairy chests, and smoke Marlboro lights, I was given a real hard time. I was called names ("Charlotte", and the like) and given more than a few dirty looks. I remember it being taboo for a guy to shave the stinky parts (pits and crotch), and, now, thankfully, it isn't. I enjoy that popular culture has caught up to me. I remember them saying that lifting would make me muscle bound, I must be gay, I'd be slow, and that my muscle attachments would tear. Like the film "Reefer Madness" or the misinformation campaign on androgens, it was all bunk.
I wouldn't sweat the makeup thing. Lots of guys use a touch now and then, and, in the right hands, it can really make a guy look good. All makeup doesn't make a guy look queeny. Try the site http://www.sharpman.com
I have seen some guys that use makeup with such skill that they accent their masculinity in a way that takes them from very good looking to absolutely stunning. In the modeling world, it's a given.