January 5, 2006

New York Facial Hair Patterns and Shaving Trends

newyork.jpgA ShavingStuff reader from the New York photo studio The Green Room writes in

here in the birthplace of all trends and items of cultural interest, New York City, most trend-setting men DON'T shave every day, nor do they shave their entire face; in fact, many have a customized routine of mixing a blade shave with an electric one, letting facial hair grow in one place while keeping it clean in others. One thing that's definitely OUT is the goatee (PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD!): not one of the people you will see on the following sites sports one: http://www.ambrel.net/, http://www.lastnightsparty.com/, http://www.thecobrasnake.com/

You know what? You're right. The goatee is out. 2005 marks the end of the goatee. 2006 is all about getting creative with your facial hair. Think I'm wrong? Which would you rather look like - this guy, or this guy? Exactly. Click around and get inspired. Or just check out the dancing girls.

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Posted by Russell Neufeld at January 5, 2006 6:15 PM
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Posted by: Facials new york at November 30, 2009 6:42 AM

I'm going non-goat for my mid-winter facial hair!!!

Posted by: Jay Brewer at January 5, 2006 7:22 PM
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