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This summer will been a scorcher! From coast-to-coast, we will be sure to see record highs with no end in sight – all those hot balmy nights can take their toll on your skin, with dryness being the number one irritation to men’s skin. See our top tips here.
When it comes to beards, the days of clean cut and shapely lines are quickly becoming a thing of the past, with more men are voting in favor of a rugged and masculine appearance. The Ryan Gosling beard is an excellent example of how you don’t need to spend hours manscaping every single hair to achieve a sexy look
With summer just around the corner, many men decide to switch up their beard styles to suit the warm weather. While practical, shedding a few pounds around the neckline can also take inches off your overall appearance. The top styles this year are sleeker and more refined, making light work of maintenance, but with lots of visual interest.
It might sound crazy, but thousands of guys are getting into the DIY spirit and attending to their Brazilian waxes at home. With extortionate salon prices, a budget-friendly option is to invest in quality tools, man up, and do the task yourself. While it does take some patience and perseverance, it’s really not that challenging. Male Standard will be by your side, as un-awkwardly as possible, to guide you step-by-step of the way.
There’s no single fragrance family within the world of men’s cologne that’s sexier than the others. It all boils down to personal preference and whether you like sweet scents, aquatic ones, spicy ones, and so on.
Let’s cut to the chase, ear and nose hair exist. It’s just something that happens. What you might not know is why you have ear or nose hair and why it insists on sprouting in strange tuffs, weirdly protruding from facial areas unbeknownst to most women. While anyone can have ear and nose hair, it is thought to be inherited from the father’s side, and therefore much more likely to plague men, especially as they get older and wiser.