Trim to Impress: How to Manscape
For men, you should keep your haircut classy; you don’t want anything to detract from the point you are trying to get across when you are speaking. Your hair should appear to be clean and not weighed down with product or gel. You can use gel; although it should look natural and not be caked on. (Using a lot is alright as long as you separate it with your fingers to achieve a clean look.) Make sure that you are using products without a lot of alcohol, as they will cause your hair to break down and not be as strong.
As relates to facial hair, neatly trimmed beards are in style right now. Simply let your beard grow out a little and go to a barber to line up the edges. After, it is easy to maintain on your own. You will want to invest in some high-quality clippers (either cordless or regular) with multiple length guards available. For the clean look with a beard, use the lowest setting for the beard. Other areas such as your neck and upper cheeks (and other areas of your body), you can take the guards off for a close trim.
If like me, you are one of those “lucky” guys who were born with a uni-brow; the good news is that I can help. I was able to shape it into something aesthetically pleasing and should be able to do the same for you. First, you will want to trim them with a pair of small scissors; the kind that nail salons use for cuticles are perfect. Doing this will take away a lot of the bulk and make it more refined. Now you can use some tweezers to remove the hair in between your eyebrows. When doing this, you will want to avoid going too far in either direction, so using the bridge of your nose is a good guide.
Lastly, let’s discuss body hair. To start, there is nothing wrong with chest hair; although you will want to keep it trimmed. Use a 2 or 3 on the clipper guard and this should look neat and trimmed. Your stomach area will look more defined when trimmed shorter additionally. As relates to back hair, there is no good amount of it.