We don’t hear about men’s hairstyles nearly as much as we hear about women’s, but men have struggled to find a style to fit their lives since we became self-aware. Over the past several decades, men have made all manner of hairstyles popular, for good or ill. Lucky Tiger has fifteen examples, but these are just a few of our favorites.
The Pompadour (1950s)
A trademark of the rockabilly subculture that embraced rock and roll and fast cars in the 1950s, the Pompadour hairstyle for men continues to reign supreme among models, A-List celebrities and advocates of modern fashion. The most notable Pompadour-wearers of all time include Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Frank Sinatra, although contemporary actor Emile Hirsch sports the style with elegance.
The Afro (1960s-70s)
Made popular in the 1960s and 1970s by celebrities Cicely Tyson and Jimi Hendrix, the Afro is perhaps the most imitated trendy hairstyle in pop culture history. The Afro needs no explanation, for everyone knows what it is, but the best Afros require the same length of tightly curled, coarse and thick hair all around the head.
The Mullet (1970s-80s)
Football players, pop stars and TV stars everywhere supported the Mullet in the early 1980s, a style that was short in the front and sides, and long in the back. Many considered the Mullet a good thing to have when applying for a job in the 80s, but today, the brutally outdated hairstyle is more or less an open invitation towards public ridicule. Despite enduring public outcries against the Mullet, however, Duane “Dog” Chapman from A&E’s Dog The Bounty Hunter still finds the style attractive.
Finding the right cologne for you is always a great feeling. It’s like a breakthrough. You’ve searched and searched and nothing felt quite right and then you hit that scent that makes you feel like you. If you haven’t tried it, you might want to consider the Adidas “Moves Pulse” fragrance for men.
Bullz-Eye recently had a chance to review the fragrance from Adidas, and came away impressed with both the packaging and the scent. The reviewer had this to say:
I have been wearing “Moves Pulse” for quite a few days now and I must say it has a scent that isn’t overpowering but more of an easy confidence for those who strive to be their best. I feel Adidas has produced a men’s fragrance in “Moves Pulse” that fits those men who live a modern and fast paced lifestyle where fitness and health is a top priority. If you decide to go with “Moves Pulse” you won’t have to break the bank to feel and smell your best.
For the full review, head over to the Bullz-Eye Blog. Adidas is offering up a chance to win $15k for your school plus another $1k for you in gear.
Everyone loves the feeling of a great pair of socks, but they can be hard to find. Most department stores only carry your standard Hanes or Gold Toe variety footwear, but if you’re willing to do some searching you might be surprised what you can find.
Bullz-Eye recently reviewed Zkano socks, which are made from organic cotton. The reviewer had this to say:
I use the Zkano socks for everyday wear and for sports such as basketball and tennis and they are top notch and I must say that knowing a family business down in Alabama is producing these socks are an extra thumbs up. The styles I have are the Venture, Stride, and my favorite, the Tempo which are designed to provide comfort, extra breathability and a deep pocketed heel just to name a few features.
You can find the full Zkano review at the Bullz-Eye blog. Keep them in mind when you’re in the market for some extra-comfortable socks.
It can be hard to balance the duties of raising a family with healthy diet and an active lifestyle. That’s why Campbell’s has teamed up NFL legends Tony Dungy and Jerome Bettis to make the Campbell’s Chunky soup All Pro Dad pledge, which encourages dads to make small changes that can make a big difference at home.
“We know dads want to live a balanced life, but when time is short they often end up eating greasy, fatty foods that can leave them feeling full of regret,” says Vice President of Ready-to-Serve soups Michael Barkley. “So Chunky soup is tackling this dilemma head on by partnering with two famous ‘NFL dads’ that our consumers know and respect. They will talk about making better choices, which include choosing delicious, hearty and wholesome Chunky soup, a quick and easy meal time choice that won’t weigh them down.”
To take the Chunky soup All Pro Dad Pledge, dads can log on to www.Facebook.com/ChunkySoup. There, fathers can share their own personal tips on how to be a Chunky All Pro Dad and see what other dads do to stay in the game. Visitors can also enter for a chance to win a family trip to the NFL Pro Bowl. Five winners will score a family trip to the NFL Pro Bowl in Hawaii in January, 2011.
Shopping for nature health/body care products can be a harrowing experience. You never know if the products actually work, if they can fill the void of your less natural shaving creams, shampoos, and soaps. How do they smell? How long will that deodorant last? Will they leave me feeling fresh and ready for the day or greasy with too many oils?
Lucky for you, Bullz-Eye recently got to review Rocky Mountain Soap’s line of products, which are all natural and deliver on all accounts. Check out what the review had to say about the Body Wash and the Deodorant:
Next I tried the Men’s Body Wash, which has a guys scent for certain, and helped wake me up with the clary sage oil, coconut oil, and lemon essential oil. Together the make up of the men’s body wash left me feeling clean and refreshed to go out and tackle the world! I’m feeling good at this time and decided to make a RockyMountainSoap day so I applied the Men’s Stuff Deodorant, which also gets to the point and flat out works. The Deodorant is made of natural crystal and had me feeling dry, confident and odor free all day long!
Exactly what you need to know before purchasing. For the full review of the Rocky Mountain Soap line of products, head over to the Bullz-Eye blog.