As brow trends have changed, the methods and products used to shape them have followed suit. Ahead, we tested five of the most popular brow techniques on male R29ers — each of which started with very Spartan grooming routines. Never heard of brow extensions?
While the WWE star-turned-actor's bare head and chest might lead fans to believe that the Rock just can't grow hair, this is apparently not true.
If Wes Anderson hasn’t done an entire movie at the Mohonk Mountain House spa, it’s probably because he can’t get a reservation. The halls are lined with portraits of old men with fanciful mustaches, and while an employee wraps my face in hot towels I wonder how many of those fellas got a facial treatment here. Men have been shaving for millennia without consulting an “aesthetician,” but things have changed — men’s grooming is now a $16 billion industry and growing.
At the Piping Live! event in Glasgow, Scotland, in early August, men will be able to get the woven pattern dyed into their beards.
The barbershop has become a cultural center in communities around the world where men and young boys gather for fresh shaves and haircuts, as well as unfiltered talk on everything from politics and pop culture to learning how to tie a bow tie.
For one, Frank Ocean is a style icon that only rarely comes out of hiding. For another, millennial pink has been trending for a while now.
An accidental scientific discovery has uncovered why hair turns gray and the identity of the cell that directly gives rise to hair.
New research suggests going gray may have greater implications than changing your hair color: It could put you at an increased risk of having heart problems.
After he had reached 400 pounds, Luis Trigo was rushed to the hospital with heart palpitations. It was the veritable wake-up call.
Brooklyn Beckham appears to be following his father’s footsteps in acquiring body art. Beckham, the eldest child of singer-turned-designer Victoria Beckham and professional soccer legend David Beckham, shared three black and white behind-the-scenes photographs on Instagram of the process. “Honoured to have my first tattoo done by dads friend Mark Mahoney,” reads the caption of an Instagram post.
David Yi founded a men’s beauty and grooming site called Very Good Light. Here, DIBs judge David Yi discusses how his men’s beauty and grooming site blurs gender lines and shatter stereotypes. David Yi, the founder of a men’s beauty and grooming online destination for millennials and Generation Z called Very Good Light, cultivated a love for skin care and grooming at a young age.
Old wives’ tales, fake news articles, and apocryphal laws have bolstered the idea that cosmetics are intended to fool men. In various books, academic articles, blogs, legal notes, and social-media posts, you can find references to a law passed by England in 1770 that made it legal for a man to divorce his wife if she tricked him into marriage using witchcraft, such as makeup, to enhance her looks. Called the Hoops and Heels Act, it stated that any woman who tried to “seduce and betray into matrimony” a man using “scents, paints, cosmetic washes, artificial teeth, false hair, Spanish wool, iron stays, hoops, high-heeled shoes, [or] bolstered hips” would be tried for witchcraft and have her marriage voided if found guilty.
Kristen Cavallari recently posted a naked image of her husband on Instagram. After her followers body-shamed her husband, football player Jay Cutler, on Instagram in January, the 30-year-old defended him in a follow-up post — calling out the rude comments. Let the sea set you free” – @tony2coats,'” she captioned the image, quoting Tony Scheffler, Cutler’s former Denver Broncos teammate.
Chris Pratt is back on a superrestrictive diet to get into action-hero shape for Jurassic World 2. Apparently, there’s a bit of deprivation involved in attaining the six-pack he first flaunted on Instagram in 2013, and so he’s been having fun showing fans the day’s prescribed foods in a video series he calls #WHATSMYSNACK. This being the Internet, though, not everyone is on board with Pratt’s good-humored sharing. On Thursday, his post was slightly more defensive, but still hilarious.
The 24-year-old singer sits down with 'The Sunday Times Style' magazine for a candid interview.