There’s nothing more attractive about a person than their confidence. While you can certainly build yourself up, taking pride in your appearance also helps and one major asset is your hair.
Old Spice’s lineup of shampoos, conditioners and styling products have been designed to give guys the hair – and confidence – they need to succeed. I’ve partnered with the brand to share about its latest hair product along with a few classics (plus a couple hair tips):
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Along with the new designs to look forward to in the season to come, fashion weeks are a great source for hairstyles to take inspiration from or to try out in your day-to-day styling. While some runway hair looks can be a little out there, for AskMen I took a gathered the best New York Fashion Week hairstyles that are manageable for you (or the man in your life) to get or be inspired by: Read the rest of this entry
When packing for international travel, especially if you are dealing with time zone changes, it’s important to pack products with you that you are familiar with and helpful with the climate and time changes: Read the rest of this entry
Maintaining your mane while traveling can be a hassle, especially if your current choice of hair cream, gel or wax isn’t small enough to bring onboard your flight.
Providing shaving products and tools for almost 20 years, eShave has dabbled more in the men’s hair care market and released a new hair styling cream in the spring that smells fantastic—well only if you don’t hate citrus scents—and does its job right.
In a travel-friendly dispenser (at 1.7 oz), the Hair Styler has the scent of orange and mint, and has a light body made with a naturally-derived sugar-based emulsifier to enhance the hair’s moisture, plus beeswax to soften and add volume. You get a little shine, but it’s not obnoxious as others that give guys that Jersey Shore glow.
In this street style find for Out magazine, I stopped by the treasure trove of Camden Town, home to several alternative and fast-fashion shops, international dines, and an urban labyrinth of open-air markets. I spotted a local photographer named David who caught my eye with his perfect “messy hair” look, and a nicely fitted leather jacket.