You probably couldn’t put your finger on it at first, but a there was something a bit different about a few of your coworkers in the office this morning…
That’s right, they finally shaved that mustache they’d been growing last month for Movember. And to celebrate the bazaaro-world moment of a freshly removed stache, we’re challenging you to figure out which of the following famously mustachioed upper lips have been shorn to nakedness.
And since there are a multitude of different follicular shapes your burgeoning lip tickler might develop into—as well as ones you might be tempted to mold it into—we’ve put together this handy guide on the appropriateness of your soup strainer of choice.
With this weekend’s release of Fury, Brad Pitt is back on the big screen again. (Hunting Nazis, again.)
And this time he’s sporting a pretty slick razor-sharp coif. Which reminded us of the many different ways his follicles have been molded, shorn or left shaggy over the past three decades. It’s an impressive kaleidoscope of strong cheekbones and scruff—and a few looks you might actually want to try at home.
Because as of yesterday, they’ve launched their own proprietary brand of grooming products—the same stuff Sam Buffa has been perfecting in his barbershops for years.
You’ll want to hop over to their (also) new online shop and preorder the lot, shipping before the end of June. While you’re there, you may be tempted to pick up a few other essentials from the likes of Odin, Filson and Baxter. Just go with it.
The mullet doesn’t get much love these days—and for good reason.
But there’s one place it has always enjoyed a warm welcome: the world of soccer. In fact, you’ll still spot a surprising number of them on the fields of Brazil this month. (Look no further than tournament favorite Brazilian wunderkind Neymar, who’s sporting the updated Euro-fied version of the haircut that verges on faux-hawk in front, ducktail in back.) Needless to say, if there were ever a group of people who knew how to make an already flamboyant hairdo even more flamboyant, it’s soccer players.
The birds are chirping. The trees are in bloom. The sun’s still up when you leave the office... most of the time.
Ah, isn’t spring glorious?
Now that the better weather’s here to stay, it’s about time to swap out your deep, smoky winter fragrance for more a seasonally appropriate option—that is, something light, fresh and probably with a hint of citrus. But, of course, not just any eau will do.