Two things are happening right now. One, male grooming products are booming. No more are men required to secretly use their partners stuff in a bid for soft skin and shiny hair. Two, we are keener than ever to embrace cruelty-free products. There are options. But better still, there are options that don't hurt animals, burn out the ozone or cause catastrophic global destruction. Hopefully...
Most men would rather have a tiny penis than go bald. Not this man, but why should we have to trade. Why do we care so much about thinning hair?
A recent survey of UK men said they would rather have a tiny penis, or have their partner cheat on them, or have their internet browsing history shared online, than lose their hair. Wow. Hair expert Jamie Stevens here writes about what men can do to curb their worst fear.
The Book of Man's Co-Founder, Mark Sandford, comes clean about his diminishing hairline and the great and bizarre lengths he has gone to in an attempt to fake his own hair.
Sometimes you just have to use women's bathroom products. Say if you've run out of your own, or there's a new, expensive looking one to try out on your scrotum... In an effort to even this up, Natasha McNamara picks ten male grooming products women like too.
From the chest to the testicles, men are now manscaping the lot in time for summer. But what's the best way to go about it without things turning all 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre'? Brent Pankhurst, barber to Daniel Craig, answers our questions.
A bit of back hair is fine, but you don't want sightings of the Sasquatch to rise whenever you change. So how do you go about grooming it out of existence? And should you really care?
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