There’s more to a haircut than just trimming off a couple of inches here and there; a proper hair cut can completely transform your face, bring balance to your features and help frame your personality. Very few men can pull off long hair and unless you are ripcord, rockstar thin, that includes you. If you have patches of bare skin in your beard, you need to just accept that you may not be one of them; a patchy, scraggly beard makes you look more like Chester The Molester than the God of Testosterone you think you are.
After all, short of painful surgeries, there’s not much a man can do about the shape of his face or his height.
however, is about more than facial symmetry and height.
Meanwhile, the moisturizer keeps your skin firm and smooth, minimizes fine lines, and preserves skin’s elasticity. Think of it as sanding away the top layer of paint on an old house; you’re getting rid of the old, damaged, and dead skin and letting your real face shine through. Get a decent pair of tweezers and attack your eyebrows and any ear and nose hair.
Keeping bushy eyebrows under control (especially if you tend towards a unibrow) will work wonders for improving your look and confidence, and you don’t want anyone getting in close to notice stray nose or ear hairs.
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It’s about how a man presents himself – the way he talks, the way he dresses and his attitude…
and it’s surprisingly easy to sabotage one’s own attractiveness by accident. There’s more to grooming and self-care than the usual male ritual of “a couple of spritz under the pits and out the door you go”… You wouldn’t think that much of this would be necessary…
One of the ongoing debates that crops up when it comes to dating advice for men is: “How important are men’s looks? Men tend to have a more uniform definition of what they consider attractive while women’s definitions tend to have more variability.