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Gear up for Movember with new Gillette Fusion ProGlide Styler

Gerald Lynch Grooming, News Leave a Comment

  With the annual prostate cancer ‘Movember’ moustache-growing fundraiser kicking off in just under a month, it’s time to start looking at some new products to keep your extraneous facial hair in line. Today we’ve got the Gillette Fusion ProGlider Styler to show you, a 3-in-1 styling tool “based on performance driven design.” Offering a precision edging blade, it’ll let …

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GOOD BEARD, BAD BEARD: Is facial hair sexy?

Gerald Lynch features, Grooming, News 3 Comments

Razors at the ready folks; a new scientific study claims to have proven that your chin chaff is about as attractive as draping a mangy cat over your face and then combing yesterday’s porridge through it. OK, so that may be a tad extreme, but there’s a fair amount of research backing up the anti-beard brigade this time. Haven’t we …

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Moustaches are here to stay!

Colin Chapman Heroes and Celebrities Leave a Comment

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Facial hair, like formal dressing, shows no signs of losing fashion popularity anytime soon. There’s been a definite move though from full beard (though I don’t see those disappearing either) to statment moustache. What started out as a novelty item worn only by the genuine fashion freak or professional showman has started to edge towards the mainstream. In terms of the former, Issue 2 of Buck magazine featured Frederick Blood-Royale from the New York band Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man (and ex-beau of Peaches Geldoff) resplendently moustachioed.

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Darius is Gone With The Wind, Literally…

Will Reid Entertainment, Heroes and Celebrities Leave a Comment

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And before I start I should probably apologise for that awful Daily Mail-used pun.

It is true though; Darius Danesh, the ‘Colourblind’ pop sensation, is said to be distraught this week as the cancellation of his latest venture (a musical adaptation of ‘Gone With The Wind’) is made public.

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