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Are sporting a hip buzz cut? I mean for whatever reason, be it because you are tragically hip and fancy the latest cut, or because you are just practical and want something easy to maintain, or, well, you are not 20 anymore and are slowly (or at times quickly) loosing the stuff… In any case, if you are into making sure you look your best - sometimes referred to as male grooming (by the way the fastest growing category worldwide, by far outperforming the established women’s category) - don’t you, now that you went for the buzz, miss using different shampoos and conditioners, having a multitude of styling products on hand and all that spa-esque fiddling with your hair?

Well if you do, here’s a new range of products that I just discovered that takes care of your cravings and brings back those days… really nice products that take care of your specific needs. A light non greasy SPF 30 Sunscreen, a nice cooling Moisture Gel and a very gentle Shampoo (remember, you’re not really washing your hair anymore but your skin with a stubble…) to round the range off you can get head wipes - I didn’t really know what to do with those, but they smell nice, so you can think of them as blotting paper in moist…

But there’s a huge problem. The brand name is: Bald Guyz! Duh. Hello? Yo Mr Metrosexual Bald Guy… No, no, no… It’s all wrong. Not bald, we don’t want to think of our selves as bald, we decisively chose to go short, that’s a big difference to bald… And then the images? Buying this makes you feel worse than buying a 6 months supply of condoms at your local Duane Reade (or whatever drugstore you frequent). As if the look on the 21 year old cashier’s face wasn’t enough, the woman behind me (well in her 60’s) then told me about the remedies her belated husband tried to make ‘it’ grow again, just to invite the indian shop clerk to give me some of his potion that he still brews the way his grand dad used to, ‘…only it worked better on him…’ all ending in the 21 year old cashier saying ‘Dude, don’t worry, I’m sure you’ll find a girl who digs baldies…’ - it’s all so wrong…

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