Check out this funny video from Philips Norelco starring Adam DeVine from Workaholics & Arrested Development. A video crew follows the “Special Unit’s Unit” through the streets of an undefined city making sure guys keep their body hair under control, using the ‘necessary tools’ to combat their public display misconducts via egregious body hair, i.e. a “Happy trail that’s gotten too happy”.
The video is an introduction to the Philips Norelco Click & Style razor, an electric razor designed to manscape a man’s entire body, which can keep one out of trouble and off the ‘Special Unit’s’ radar when walking the streets!
Dudes, it’s spring. For God’s sake, please tend to your personal neck hair situation ASAP.
The one thing all men have in common despite social status, height, favorite NFL team or favorite member of the “A-Team” (Murdock for me) is the fire breathing demon of neck-hair. And what this article postulates is that you are limited by or succeed in spite of your own personal neck hair situation.
A close female friend of mine told me that she uses a guy’s neck hair as a gauge for how much back hair he would potentially have and that she was hitting at an 85% clip.
Another female friend told me that if a guy doesn’t care about his neck hair, which is fully visible, imagine what the “non-visible” hair would look like.
Put simply, if your neck hair is out of control, people automatically assume that your life is out of control. And, it probably is, friend.
Lets look to popular culture for examples, starting with Kourtney Kardashian’s boyfriend on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” Scott Disick.
You may not like him, but one thing you have to say is that he is impeccably well-groomed and probably has his neck hair removed via laser every couple weeks. And that is why he has a ton of money, a sweet car, and has impregnated a Kardashian that isn’t Khloe.
He put the Beefaroni in his hand cart and suddenly said, “Do you have any idea how hard it is to shave with one eye?” Which was weird because we were still in the Beefaroni aisle.
“No, I don’t. I assume it would be difficult. How do you do it?”
“Slowly, to be sure,” he said. “But I also use this badass shit that you should try out. I helped you out with the Mini Ravioli, let me help you with this.”
I didn’t have anywhere to be, so I followed him to another aisle. Plus, it felt cool to be associated with a guy wearing an eye-patch in public.
Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Brett Kiesel is known for having the kind of beard that other men envy, unless of course that other man is famed Beardsman Jack Passion.
Kiesel’s beard is so prodigious, it looks like the head of a five year old child is growing on the lower half of his face.
Well, not anymore.
Kiesel shaved his beard for his annual “Shear The Beard” charity event last Thursday night.
Check out the video here, which features several of Kiesel’s Steelers teammates each taking a turn removing the beard, clip by clip.
For more information about his charity, check out dabeard.com
Compared to several of Schick’s other offerings, I wasn’t very impressed with the Xtreme3 Fitstyle Refresh. I found it to be incredibly stiff, like Newt Gingrich at a Wham reunion concert, because it didn’t move with the contours of my face at all.
According to the packaging the razor came in, the Fitstyle Refresh is the “#1 flexible blade disposable razor.” But I wouldn’t agree it all; I don’t even think it’s the #1 disposable razor in its own family, sort of like Emilio Estevez. There is no way it is better than the Schick Xtreme3 (Martin Sheen) or the Schick Hydro 5 Power Select (Charlie Sheen).
Syx Langemann is a photographer from Vancouver, Canada.
He’s traveling around and trading barber cuts for portraits and writing a little blog entry about the shop and his experience, like the above image taken at Fogtown in St John’s, Newfoundland.
Going on a first date with a chick can be nerve racking, especially when the first date materializes on a whim at the prompting of your prospective lady, out of the blue. You’re not going to say no because your schedule is a little tight, are you? Shit no you’re not. You’ve been working this angle for some time now and the time is right.
So, after several sets of push-ups over a limited span of time to pump up my upper body prior to our meeting, I needed something else to really put me over the top; a secret weapon if you will. And I don’t mean an Ed Hardy shirt.
It was at this moment that I unsheathed my potential partner in grime: Speed Stick Power.
When tension rose like a cresting wave at high tide, then crashed upon the shore penetrating the sandy coast and punishing it into submission, I was dry.
Sometimes, “smelf-confidence” can be misplaced. Maybe it’s that booger you have hanging out of your nose that you’re unaware of, your wife that’s overly “friendly” to your homies on game day, or just that funk that emanates from your body that you’ve gotten so used to you don’t even notice anymore.
While Old Spice can’t help you with your incompetence, or your slutty wife, it can help you with your scent. The Old Spice Champion collection has an Offensive Odor game plan that breaks down as follows.
South Korea has become the “male makeup capital of the world.” South Korean men spent $495.5 million on skincare last year, accounting for nearly 21 percent of global sales.
“I can understand why girls don’t like to go outside without makeup — it makes a big difference,” said Cho Gil-nam, a tall, stocky 27-year-old insurance fraud investigator in Seoul who starts important days by dabbing on makeup after finishing his multistep morning cleansing and moisturizing routine. He carries a multicolored cosmetics pouch so he can touch up in public bathrooms throughout the day.
American men- would this ever happen here, in the good old US of A?
Of course they do, dummy. But according to this article on Bullz-Eye.com, you don’t want to be a complete jerk, all of the time.
Women don’t necessarily like “bad boys”- they just don’t want someone they can walk all over. Apparently, its just the women I meet who want to do that
You’re welcome, guys.