It is important to remember that, even as the world is moving towards redefining what it means to be masculine, and gender norms are being broken, these cultural identifiers (a man in a dress, a man in makeup, a man wearing nail polish) do not necessarily mean that an individual is not misogynistic and doesn't have anything left to unlearn. A man can wear makeup and still have misogynistic tendencies, a woman can grow out her body hair and wear suits every day but still battle with internalized misogyny.
It is also important to know that redefining masculinity does not have to mean the erasure of masculinity. There is nothing wrong with enjoying things that are traditionally perceived as masculine, however, masculinity has long been defined by how much dominance, power, and control a man has over a woman and that is where toxic masculinity begins. That is what needs to change. And, though reforming the physical characteristics of what is feminine (dresses, makeup, and pumpkin spice lattes) vs what is masculine (strong black coffee, suits, and body hair) does not solve the root issue, it is a step in the right direction.