I've had some comments, quite a few, actually.
I'm a Beauty Therapy student in the UK. I "study" manicures, nail art, pedicures, make-up, photographic make-up, face painting and facials. I'm also doing a night class to learn how to do acrylic nails.
I have a lot of make-up in comparison to the "average" female, however no where near as much as some/most of the ladies/gents here on Specktra, but I find in the "real" world (outside our safe haven walls of Specktra) that anything with colour qualifies to be "too much". I seem to be the only girl in my class that has any knowledge of make-up, different types/products/what they're used for etc and so I'm the only one who will go in with a full face on. One day I took it off to get a facial and had someone comment "You look so different without your make-up" in this kind of... shocked, voice? I'm not quite sure how to put it but it didn't sound all that great.
The thing that bothers me, is that people comment on my "too much" make-up but can't even apply the basics properly. Don't tell me I wear too much when your foundation doesn't match and isn't blended in properly and your eyelashes are clumpy from old, bacteria-ridden mascara.
My family is for the most part very supportive. They don't understand my love for it exactly, or why I prefer MAC/other high end companies in comparison to a lot of drugstore companies, but the only comment generally made is by my Mom when I wear a bright lipstick - which she only says out of shock, really, as she wouldn't wear it herself.
In all, though - if people don't like it, I tell them not to look at me. I don't do my make-up for others to like - I do it for me.