Nick Offerman, Ron Swanson from NBC's Parks & Recreation, has some advice to men: stop shaving. Not only is a nice beard incredibly virile, it also saves fresh water... a dwindling natural resource. As part of the Grow One, Save A Million campaign with Budweiser, Nick is advocating that men be more manly. It helped him land wife Megan Mullally and adding a person or two into your shower could be just what saves the earth.
I've traveled up and down the coasts of this fair nation and I've heard two primary complaints regarding the male reproductive member. From men I've heard, "My dong just gets too cold, if you know what I'm saying," and from women I've heard, "That thing could be substantially cuter, if you know what I'm saying." I know EXACTLY what both of you are saying. Enter the penis sock.
According to experts in the field, men are going in for more and more hair removal treatments at spas. At the center of this trade is a male version of the Brazilian wax, a wax that removes all pubic hair from a person's groin. The so-called "Boyzilian" (or as we call it, "Brozilian") may be inspired by porn, or just weird evolutionary shame.
The Telegraph reported that in a study carried out by psychologists at Northumbria University in Britain, women were found to rate men with stubble as, "tough, mature, aggressive, dominant, and masculine – and as the best romantic partners, either for a fling or a long-term relationship."Read: Stubble: The Best of Both Worlds But this study only asked women about men who shave their faces clean of hair (or the ones can't grow any hair to begin with), the rugged man who always has a little bit of stubble and guys who sport full-on beards. It left out one of the most important facial features a man can create, style and show off: the mustache. Given the options the study provided, it's no surprise females preferred men who groom their faces to resemble the hottest TV hunks like Matthew Fox (Jack) and Josh Holloway (Sawyer) from Lost and Patrick Dempsey (McDreamy) from Grey's Anatomy.
They're pregnant. They're wearing pantyhose. Soon, will men be borrowing your mascara, too? If a UK drugstore is successful, maybe they will! Superdrug on High Street in London will begin selling Taxi Man cosmetics, including mascara and a chunky eye-liner (er, guyliner) pencil. A Taxi Man rep insists it's "subtle makeup," rather than a "drag queen look" -- but for a lot of folks, there's nothing subtle (or sexy) about dudes in Kabuki. (Exhibit A: Jezebel's "What It Feels Like For a Girl" NSFW video where a blogger puts eyeliner on some dude.)
Hair care may not be at the top of your guy's style agenda, but with a little help he can have GQ-worthy locks—and learn to love them. "Poor guys. Growing up, they never spent entire evenings in hot rollers, never savored the sizzle of the straightening iron, never left a slumber party with a head covered in braids. It was unacceptable for a dude to keep eight shampoos on the edge of the tub. With celebrity role models running from Whitesnake to Billy Idol, where were they supposed to get the good-hair gospel? Bless them and their multitude of hair sins—they just want to look good, and we want to help. Here, New York's top experts offer some tactical advice."