An interesting phenomenon that I have noticed in recent times is that men are increasingly concerned with the cutting of hair and the possibility to flaunt a beard voluminous, but it is also interesting to many who fail to reach this goal seem to become increasingly polarized: or adopt a stance that is extremely vain (let’s call it type 2), or seem to believe that the grooming moderninho gives free pass to dress up in any way (this is type 1) , resulting in a flawless visual from the neck up and a social disaster in the rest.
Type 1 – Bet everything on the beard and hair
The other day, on the subway, I noticed a young man who was standing there about 4 feet away from my seat. Something seemed wrong to him, but couldn’t say for sure what it was, besides the fact of being dressed in a way quite relaxed, which usually does not bother me, I usually notice the clothes of the other yes, but they are the bones of the craft – after all, in my opinion, the street style is more interesting than the catwalk currently – I need to keep an eye on the men to use in everyday life. At some point I came to the conclusion which I drew attention: his head seemed not to belong to the body!The hair, cut to the modern, was impeccably styled with a product that should have cost something close to a hundred of dollars, if not more, the full beard had been trimmed to perfection, the fruit of several visits to a barber skilled. It was clear that that man should leave some money in a salon every month (or fortnight?) and invested a lot in products to keep all of the grooming in line, but, unfortunately, the expenses and the care with the visual not advance beyond the line of the shoulders!
It may seem that the personality of the subject above was divided in two, and a part of her simply did not care about clothes, however I believe that this has more to do with the wave of undercuts and beards shady that they are taking the media, putting the rest of the elements that are part of the visual male in the background, that is, we have the impression that fashion no longer includes clothing and accessories, and with just the beard and the hair updated, you are already guaranteed! If you think about it you’ll see that this is verrrrry weird!
Your “style” is the result of a whole: beard, hair, clothes, accessories and even tattoos! This means that any thing on this list that is not te valuing is, in fact, hurting the set, so his beard hipster does not erase the bad impression of that pants falling down, the t-shirt with the phrase in bad taste or that footwear with a bad design, especially in environments in which it is required a good presentation. At this point women have always been superior, they have a global vision of their image, and rarely the part of beauty is not aligned with the outfit.Some men should learn from them!
Type 2 – Everything has to draw a LOT of attention!
On the other hand we have the man who saw his vanity being aroused when he finally managed to be happy with your face. He probably never thought of himself great things, but after a tract in the hair and the patient waiting for a beard in the exact size, perfectly moulded, he begins to devote himself more to his image, feeling up to date with the standards of beauty.However, instead of investing in elegance and pieces of discrete, he wants the rest call as much attention as his face bearded and his pompadour bulky, the problem is that your choices exaggerated, always trying desperately to overcome the visual of the other, in a kind of competition that leads nowhere, turn into a cartoonish, which to many may seem stylish, but it is just as problematic as the already mentioned “type 1”.
The menswear is subtle, even when extremely casual, to dress up like a peacock will not make no one better and add a million accessories to the outfit is not a guarantee of a positive result. If your hair and your beard are modern and clean probably will inspire admiration, but it is not necessary that the rest of the elements chosen for your costume to compete for the same attention, is worth more to have something that centralize the looks that make the other not know where to look due to excess of information.
If your beard and your hair are proud of, this is great, especially for your self-esteem, but do not let this “turn your head”, a grooming nifty may not be a reason for carelessness with the wardrobe and much less the springboard to exaggerations and eccentricities that will only let her look loaded.