But which facial hair style is the Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone.
So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating.
Since I’m literally a guy who helps men dress better for a living, I obviously have some thoughts.
Sounds like maybe a good first episode of a Primer podcast?
Whether you’re giving a sales pitch or in a weekly meeting with your team, people will be scrutinizing the dress and professional haircuts of their peers.
With the right professional men’s hairstyle, however, you exude a level of sophistication and self-confidence that your peers and boss will undoubtedly recognize and appreciate.
Stick with a lightweight foundation, remove any obvious makeup with a damp sponge, and dab concealer just over blemishes or redness. When poorly done, the Kardashian effect can turn into the spidery effect.
We're talking clumpy, flaky, and otherwise arachnid-esque.
But if your boyfriend is anything like ours, he'll tell you that too much of a good thing is a bad thing.
We can either do that intentionally by taking control of our style and grooming, or we can let the world do it for us with our laziness and fear of being judged.
The hard truth is we’re being judged both ways, so at least choose to have a damn say in the matter. Not getting poked fun at by a friend who is the kind of person who makes fun of his friend for how he styles his hair?
Bigger picture, it all comes down to this, and it’s the biggest reason Primer – a magazine that helps guys be the best men they can be – has such a focus on personal style.
The reality is the world identifies, defines, and judges us by how we present ourselves to the world.
" further establishes that women (especially ovulating / fertile women) favor men with heavy stubble.
For our purposes, that means that some kind of stubble or light beard is the way to go.
Dress for success is typically the motto, but the significance of your dress extends beyond just the clothes you wear.
That’s right, your professional hairstyle matters too!
And if you’re thinking oh, yeah, it probably has to do with their age, the study included men ages 18-40. On top of that, the study found that while 68% of men own hair styling products, they’re likely to only use them for “special occasions;” weddings, interviews, first dates, and the like.
This is according to a surpising study performed by Axe.