September 30, 2011

September 29, 2011

Hot Deal: Save 50% on Remington MB-200 Titanium Beard Trimmer

remingtonmb200.jpgNeed to trim off half of your whiskers? Or maybe just cut them back a hair?

Now you can do that while also trimming off half of the retail price on this hot deal: the Remington MB-200 Titanium Mustache and Beard Trimmer!

Regularly $29.99, this handy facial hair tool is now just $14.77, a savings of 51%.

"This groomer uses Titanium coated blades with revolutionary trimming technology so it cuts clean with less pulling. It is rechargeable with an LED charging indicator. It also has an easy to use zoom wheel that adjusts to create 9 length settings and Lube for Life blades that never need oiling."
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September 27, 2011

What Your Facial Hair Says about You

5670304157_7ae0af9ed8.jpgFrom Guyism:

"Experimentation is a part of becoming a man. I mean haven't you ever wondered what it would feel like to have those coarse wiry hairs dangling all over your lips or to have that ultimate symbol of manliness spread all over your face, keeping you warm during those cold, cold nights? Yes, growing a beard is a rite of passage for every man."

Read the full article: 16 types of facial hair and what they say about you

Image: gabriel amadeus at Flickr

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September 27, 2011

Razorbomb Your Friends and Win $10,000 from Schick

In a move well-positioned to knock planking down a couple of notches as an internet meme, Schick is offering a $10,000 prize to the razorbombing picture with the most views:

Submit your razorbombing image by October 13th, 2011:

"It can be either an original photo of you shaving the world, or a picture using our photo overlay tool.

Once your photo is up, send a Tweet with the link to @schickxtreme3 and then start sharing it on your Facebook page, on StumbleUpon, on Reddit -- anywhere you can think of around the Web that will bring traffic to your posts."

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September 22, 2011

Edible Disguise: Moustache Cookie Pops


"Mustache cookie pops - the first edible disguise! Make your own cookie cutters from soda cans, then use them to make awesome mustache cookies - and put them on sticks. Instant mustache party!

Saucy up your next event with these mustache cookie pops. Everyone loves a prop they can eat!"

Get the scoop: Mustache Cookie Pops

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Shaving Soap Recipe

[Via Reddit]

Uncle Albert's Amazing Solid Cream Shaving Cake -- Atreides Scent

(This recipe presented under the OSL (see below))

4oz. Life of the Party(tm) Natural Clear Olive Oil Soap (Special Suspension Formula)

5 drops Lemon EO

5 drops Jasmine EO

2 drops Lime EO

6 drops Clove EO

3 drops Allspice EO

3 drops Anise EO

4 drops Lavender EO

3 drops Cedarwood EO

7 drops Sandalwood/Vanilla FO

35 drops Almond Oil

1/2 teaspoon Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay (Bentonite)

Mix the oils in a small cup.

Melt the soap base thoroughly.

Stir in clay until well dispersed.

Stir in oil mixture.

Pour into mold.

Wait impatiently for soap to harden.

Remove from mold.

Place puck in mug.




[Open Shave License (OSL): Any recipe presented under this license is to be considered freely available to the general public and anyone using the recipe is entitled to change and or modify the recipe in full or in part as they see fit. The recipe is free for both private and commercial use. It is to be understood that any person or entity presenting a recipe under the Open Shave License (OSL) requests that any new recipes derived from the original recipe bear some form of acknowledgement to its origin.]

Image: peter.mottola at Flickr

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September 19, 2011

Moustache Season is Open: Register for Movember!


Aah, it's almost time for the best season of the year: Movember.

Registration is now open for this year's fantastic fundraising effort for men's health, so get your mug over there and sign up!

"During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men's faces, in the US and around the world. With their "Mo's", these men raise vital funds and awareness for men's health, specifically prostate cancer and other cancers that affect men."

Register for Movember, and help us raise funds for men's health, especially cancers which affect men.

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Hot Deal: Save $160 on the Panasonic Arc IV Nanotech Vortex

PanasonicVortex.jpgHere's your chance to pick up an electric razor which normally retails for $249.99 for just $89.99 - a savings of $160.00! The Panasonic ES8249S Arc IV Nanotech Vortex Wet/Dry Rechargeable Shaver:

"Get a smoother shave with Panasonic. Its 4 Nanotech blades with Arc Foil gives you a uniform '1-pass' shaving, while the pivoting head rocks up/down and back/forth, to follow the contours of your face. When you're done shaving, the HydraClean system automatically cleans the shaver with hygienic infused water and then dries it, so there's one less thing you have to worry about."

Grab yours here: Panasonic ES8249S Arc IV Nanotech Vortex Wet/Dry Rechargeable Shaver

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September 15, 2011

Panasonic Offering New Top of the Line Electric Razors

PanasonicES-LV81-K.jpgPanasonic goes after the premium electric shaver market with two new razors:

"The Panasonic Arc5(TM) shavers (models ES-LV81-K and ES-LV61-A) both employ five hypo-allergenic stainless steel Nanotech(TM) blades that are micro-polished and honed to sharp, 30-degree angles. Contributing to a smoother shave is a newly-developed Lift-Tech Foil(TM) that comfortably lifts and guides stubble closer to the blade while the ergonomic Multi-Flex(TM) Pivoting Head easily maneuvers around tough areas, such as the jaw line and under the chin. The combination of the blades' design and generously-sized pivoting head reduce pressure on the skin by dispersing contact over a larger area thereby decreasing the average pressure on the face by 13.2 percent. The result is not just a more comfortable shave, but shaving time is reduced by approximately one-third compared to a conventional shaver."

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Beard Painting

grahamclark.jpgFrom the 'bizarre things you can do with your facial hair' story files:

"Like an elephant, Graham Clark never forgets. So when fellow standup comics Ivan Decker and Charlie Demers teased him about his ever-growing facial hair, saying he should paint with it the way an elephant paints with his trunk, Clark laughed--but socked the idea away."

Read the full story: For standup comic Graham Clark, it's have beard, will paint

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September 14, 2011

A Guide to Manscaping for Every Guy

Need some help with your manscaping routine? Guyism's got you covered:

"We are all thrilled that metrosexuals have taken their place in the annals of history, but that doesn't mean that we should go back to being Neanderthals. While some may think men shouldn't be concerned about what women want in terms of the male body, those men are idiots. A little bit of maintenance is a big step towards attracting a new young biscuit or keeping your old lady happy. These rules aren't set in stone, but they are a good reference for your average guy."

Read the full article: The Every Guy's Guide to Manscaping

Image: sidewalk flying at Flickr

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September 12, 2011

How to Make Giant Moustaches

Whether you want to build some buzz for Movember, or just want to generate some yuks, these giant moustaches are the ticket:

"Moustaches are pretty funny already but giant moustaches are even better, especially places they don't belong. I took some discount fabric and discarded cardboard to make giant moustache stick-em's, moustaches that can be attached anywhere, instantly transforming anything into instant moustache awesomeness!"
Find out how: Giant Moustache Stick-em's
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Tame That Wild Moustache with the Cowboy Comb

Introducing the Cowboy Comb:

"Once upon a time on the west coast, two young gents by the names of Brian Lee and Chad H. Nelson found themselves disgruntled as they struggled to find a delicate way to tame their wild mustaches. They pondered on different tools that would groom their upper lip blankets just right. Sure there were hair brushes, toothbrushes, even eyebrow combs, but to use any of those on the masterpiece that defines the face? They knew better than to kick a cow patty on a hot day. So as you can see, the Original Cowboy Comb was created out of necessity."

Get your Cowboy Comb today!

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September 9, 2011

Straight Razor Shaving: Everything Old is New Again


"The old-fashioned straight-razor shave has become fashionable again for men who are unafraid to turn a daily chore into a moment of pampering."

Read the rest: A sharp look

Image: Dharion at Flickr

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September 8, 2011

The Beard is a Useless Burden


"September 5, 1698. Russian Tsar Peter the Great imposes a taxes on beards as part of a effort to westernise his nobility. The Tsar had just returned from a tour of Europe (where most men were clean shaven) and was determined to revolutionise Russian society, culture and even fashion."

Read the rest: Back in the Day: Russia taxes beards

Image: indiamos at Flickr

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September 7, 2011

Moustache Tie Clip for the True Aficionado

tsaiclipmoustache.jpgIf you're not really ready to commit to a moustache, perhaps you'll still enjoy this moustache tie clip from Tsaiclip:

"We were inspired by the magical world of moustaches and wanted to incorporate this into a stylish and functional product to save us from everyday neckwear related disasters."

I don't even wear a tie, but I want one!

Get yours here: Tsaiclip Moustache Tie Clip

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Wrestling's Awesomely Atrocious Moustaches


"Porn stars from the '70s and guys with white vans are not the only dudes who know who to rock a killer 'stache.

Wrestling has a multitude of men who've made unfortunate decisions with their razors.

Check out the slideshow: Top 10 Most Awesomely Atrocious Mustaches in Wrestling

Image: jonthor6 at Flickr

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We All Want to Know: What's in Your Beard?

[Via Buildabeard]

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September 2, 2011

Why Grow a Beard?

2411838372_4c951ed18e_m.jpgFrom Business Insider:

"When you always have a beard with short hair no one really says anything. Most people that I meet know me as a guy with a beard and life goes on as it would with any other person. But growing a full, big beard is different. You've got to put away the razors and scissors and step into something new. That's what I love about it - that it's different, it's change, and most people won't even try it in their life."

Read the full article: What it's like with a beard

Image: Otterman56 at Flickr

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Save the Date: Coney Island Beard and Moustache Competition

coneybeardmoustache11.jpgOn September 10, the fourth annual Coney Island Beard and Moustache Competition will be held:

"Burly beards and manicured moustaches flock to Coney Island for Donny Vomit's 4th Annual Coney Island Beard and Moustache Competition. In true Coney Island fashion, this event celebrates the amazing and the absurd as contestants compete for Trophy Fez's in such catagories as Moustache/Beard Natural and Styled, Best Fake beard, for those not naturally gifted with the fuzz and Worst in Show for the tackiest and tasteless presentation."

Check it out: Coney Island Beard and Moustache Competition

Hairy situation! Mustache and beard competitors face off in Coney

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Trim the Hedges: Pubescaping

hedgetrimming.jpgFrom the Valley Advocate:

"Pubic hair is like wrapping paper. Originally, it was designed to keep you warm, prevent dirt from falling into your sensitive bits, and trap and share mate-attracting pheromone scents. Most important, it served as an organic neon sign, letting potential mates know that, hey! there's something tempting hidden under all this. Like a big, shiny bow on our reproductive packages, our little curlies seduced others to unwrap and enjoy."

Read the rest: How To Trim Your Hedge

Image: CarbonNYC at Flickr

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September 1, 2011

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