September 11, 2009

Grab a Couple of Grooming Books

W. Verestchagin.jpgI'm guessing that most of us aren't rocking the beard like this guy, but when you're not busy trying to look your best, you can read about grooming tips with one of these three great books:

Esquire The Handbook of Style: A Man's Guide to Looking Good:

"Each year, the editors of Esquire produce a special issue of the magazine devoted to men's style called The Big Black Book, which has been wildly successful. Using the same pragmatic, highly illustrated approach, and laced with Esquire's trademark humor, Esquire The Handbook of Style brings readers vital information on every aspect of a man's wardrobe, from suits and shirts, to shoes and neckties, to watches and other accessories. The style-minded reader will find useful advice on suit fabrics and cuts, the right kind of trousers for his build, the essential outerwear to own, how to dress properly for an occasion, how to tie a tie, how to pack for a trip, grooming strategies, and much, much more. A compact and sophisticated accessory in its own right, Esquire The Handbook of Style will be the style bible for the well-dressed man for years to come."


"Grooming Secrets For Men is loaded with at-home techniques that will help you improve your appearance immediately. After trying David's amazing solutions, you will know how to have terrific looking skin at any age, how to tame unwanted body hair, and how to look your best in all situations. Grooming Secrets For Men is the first step to a better you. Become that man today and start impressing your friends, colleagues, and love interests."

OK, this one's not about grooming, per se, but makes a great conversation piece:One Thousand Beards:

"Allan Peterkin's One Thousand Beards: A Cultural History of Facial Hair traces the beard's (and the razor's) storied past, including styles, regulations and cultural significance from the ancient Egyptians to the present day. The breezy and concise illustrated volume also covers the various religious meanings of beards, facial hair in gay culture, bearded ladies and the beard as interpreted by Freud. Peterkin includes instructions for washing, dying, trimming and shaving all kinds of beards from Amish-style to the Franz Josef."

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Posted by Derek Markham at September 11, 2009 10:43 AM
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