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"The survey, conducted by Schick Men's razors with Jigsaw Strategic Research, asked men and women in the ages of 16 to 34 what the effects of various facial hair styles had on men's success rate with women.
Based on the results of the survey, it was decided that men with facial hair have more sex."
Whew. We made it through Memorial Day weekend, and summer is officially here! It's time for BBQ, vacations, and sitting in the shade with a cold one. It might even be time to reconsider your facial hair style or razor choice, and if so, we've got you covered!
So if you missed anything on Shaving Stuff last month, here's a recap:
"It used to be for many people that beards were synonymous with lumberjacks and moustaches were the realm of Tom Selleck, French waiters and porn stars.
But thanks to A-list celebrities and that yearly phenomenon known as Movember -- a moustache-growing charity event held during November -- facial hair is back in vogue and furry little things are showing up unabashedly on all sorts of mugs.
"Becoming a corporate CEO is supposed to involve hard work, long hours and business acumen.
It also often requires a solid jaw line and small, piercing eyes, according to a new research study from three finance professors at Duke University.
Titled "A Corporate Beauty Contest," the study asked nearly 2,000 people, mostly college and graduate school students, to rate the facial traits of corporate CEOs alongside non-CEOs and heads of smaller companies. The results suggest that looks do indeed matter in corporate boardrooms."
"Patrick Melcher drives a BMW, blocks all his own hats, and officially has the second-best moustache in the world. On his board, Patrick Melcher fuses unprecedented feats of balance and speed and just generally presides over all things paved with the savage grace of a rabid flamingo. He also looks good doing it, whether he's sporting a trim biker jacket on an outlandish wall-ride or a yellow-feathered Fedora while pole-jamming off a seven set (look it up)."
According to the Times Colonist, the newest facial hair trend is growing and maintaining the perfect two day growth of beard for a 'clean, tight beard'.
"The reasons for the shift to carefully kept fuzz are anyone's guess: Maybe today's young professionals are yesterday's bearded hipsters all grown up, or maybe they're neatening up in anticipation of an economic rebound."
What do you think about this trend? Is it here to stay, or just the flavor of the month?