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    Anyone know of a very comprehensive grooming checklist?

    All the body stuff and the pressing, ironing, shining of shoes etc etc as well?

    Is there a consensus regarding the grooming of male eyebrows?
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    I followed this video for eyebrows. Guy seems to know what he is talking about plus I think hes gay which helps his credentials.
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    I've been getting my eyebrows done on a regular basis for more than 5 years now and I'd strongly argue that for men with massive, thick eyebrows its as necessary as dealing with nose hair that's sticking out. I also would never attempt to do it at home, too much precision required to do it properly (at least the first time when you define the lines, removing re-grown hair every few days can, and should, be done at home). Have it done professionally costs about half to 1/3rd the price of a haircut and can be done in 15-20 minutes, you only need to re-shape the lines every 1-2 months.

    That said, it only applies to guys with thick eyebrows that can potentially form a unibrow. Mostly unnecessary for less hairy guys.
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    My hair dresser always want's to do my eyebrows. I always turn her down. I'm such a bastard!

    Anyway, one of my gf's recommended me this: http://www.blacktieguide.com/
    It's more about evening style in general, but good.
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    Has anyone had laser hair removal? I'm considering it for my eyebrows. Right now I wax the unibrow but would like to find a permanent solution.

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    Yay I finally bought myself a lighted makeup mirror today. It was just a tiny one, but it will do until I find the big one Im looking for! Here is the one I got: http://www.amazon.co.uk/BABYLISS-Mir...dp/B004W6ZPK8/

    Best guide found so far: http://stylecaster.com/how-to-care-f...hing-101-tips/
    JEANS
    93. Serious denim aficionados know that raw denim (super-stiff jeans with no washes, fading, etc) can take up to six months to break in and thusly, shouldn’t be washed until then.Why? Jeans really do conform to our bodies, and when you wash them, most of the shape is lost. 92. Most jeans today, however, are treated (pre-washed to achieve a faded look) and don’t need to be broken in. These you can wash more often, but only when they’re stained or when they start to sag.
    91. To zap odors: hang jeans in the bathroom before a shower (the damp steam will keep them fresh between washes), or freeze them in a plastic bag for two days.
    90. Always wash jeans inside out in cold water on the delicate cycle, or by hand with Woolite. (If you actually want denim to fade quickly, wash once in hot water.)
    89. Add a 1/2 cup of distilled white vinegar to the final rinse cycle while doing laundry to maintain the wash of your favorite pair of dark jeans.
    88. Try not to machine dry denim pieces. If you have to, turn down the temperature to the lowest possible heat setting, and remove before they’re completely dry. Lay flat or hang upside down to dry.
    87. Fold jeans like a pro: Lay jeans on a flat surface, fold in half from left to right. Grab the stacked jean legs and fold them in half so the hem of the jeans lines up with the waistband. Fold the jeans in half one more time.
    86. Denim needs to breathe, so be sure to not pack folded pairs too tightly together on a shelf, or hand denim jackets or vests in a crowded closet
    A guide for washing/drying/storing. (I already follow these things, actually.) http://www.wikihow.com/Take-Care-of-Your-Clothes
    Another nice one: [PDF]Wardrobe Care 101 - Martha Stewart
    Another solid looking guide: http://www.luxpresso.com/opinion-sty...-clothes/26865
    Here is a huge graphic of various tricks (I decided to remove the huge image from the post): http://www.alight.com/blog/wp-conten...acks-final.jpg
    An interesting trick for weeding out old clothes: http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/cont...with-th-162160

    A wardrobe tools list from garmentsaver.com:
    WARDROBE CARE CHECKLIST

    The easiest way to keep your wardrobe in shape is to have
    the tools at hand to handle quick repairs and perform
    maintenance, as needed. These are some basics plus
    room to add your own ideas.

    ❑ Sewing kit (threads, needles, pins)
    ❑ Sweater fuzz remover
    ❑ Scissors
    ❑ Stain wipes
    ❑ Lint brush
    ❑ Anti-static spray
    ❑ Seam ripper (great for removing garment tags that itch)
    ❑ Suede cleaner
    ❑ Water repellent spray
    ❑ Leather cleaner
    ❑ Suede brush
    ❑ Soft cloth to clean leather
    ❑ Metal polish / cleaner (for hardware like buckles, studs, etc.)
    ❑ Fashion tape (for quick repairs when you’re in a hurry)
    ❑ Wrinkle remover
    ❑ Button / trim container (for extra buttons, etc. that come with most outfits)
    ❑ Care instructions (if they come with an outfit or accessory)
    ❑ Crochet needle (to pull sweater snags through)
    ❑ Shoe care kit
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    Quick question since we are all talking here. Currently the only hair product I use is Moroccan Hair Oil. Any favourite brands for styling hair>?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Must View Post
    Quick question since we are all talking here. Currently the only hair product I use is Moroccan Hair Oil. Any favourite brands for styling hair>?
    But why would you put all this crap on your skin, rather than just buying real argan oil. Im sure you get much more actual oil for your $ that way too.
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    But why would you put all this crap on your skin, rather than just buying real argan oil. Im sure you get much more actual oil for your $ that way too.
    1) Smells nice
    2) Feels great

    In the two years I've used this stuff I've only used two bottles. *(I keep my hair short most of the time.) The reason I was originally asking was because I blow dry my hair after using the oil, and you can't really put on Mousse or Hair Gel afterwards. It just doesn't work. Which means I haven't used those types of products in awhile. Wanted to see if you guys had recommendations besides this.
    Is this all in my head? You don't
    move like a normal girl - Normal girls
    don't look like that, not in their eyes
    or the way you orchestrate my butterflies

    Brett McGibbon

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TahFeqo1iiU

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    Fair enough You tried sculpting wax as well? (That should mix better with oil, right? Plus is superior to gel according to what Ive heard.)
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