Everyone is on their A game during fashion week (don’t pay attention to the guy wearing the mask) and with all the 4am wake up calls-running around all day-late night partying, one wonders how one can look so great during a game of thrones type of week; I want share the products that keep me always to my finest.
Everyone knows how much I preach about Dr. Jart, their V7 renewal serum is this light weight formula that helps combat irritated skin and brings dull, stressed and tired skin back to life, prefect serum for post acne scars.
MenScience are genius people. Their daily body wash will leaves your skin smooth and feeling well clean, no residue feeling either. The secret in it is salicylic acid and tea tree extract that helps clean pores and follicles while combating germs, also has glycolic acid that smooths and revitalizes skin, clearing out dead skin cells and buildup, great for people with body acne. Their advance body powder has been so great to me while I’m here in hot and muggy Florida, keeps me dry and cooler, helping a lot with my eczema in this heat.
With natural eucalyptus extract and odor-neutralizing citronellyl (a aroma chemical with a floral-sweet scent), Malin+Goetz brings this alcohol and aluminum-free deodorant to the table. Great for sensitive skin and for right after shaving, this is top notch when it comes to the deodorant game.
Hands down the dopest pomade for a classic taper haircut, I was once a American Crew boy but was turned. Oscar Blandi’s Pronto dry sculpting pomade is the best of both worlds, allowing both hold and flexibility, some pomades weight down the hair after a while but Oscar’s much more lighter texture keeps volume and hold up all day, even in the rain.
The real secret is at night, Dr. Jart’s water fuse water-max sleeping mask is a must especially during fashion week. Helps strengthen skin barrier and delivers continuous moisture through out the night, wearing it after applying your tretinoin will help prevent next day skin scaling.
It’s an exciting moment in menswear right now with so much change and interest pouring into this one thing that was once brushed off and the comebacks of classic past trends, the 20’s has been in full force with its comeback.
Black by Vera Wang nails it when it comes to the “Great Gatsby” inspired style by capturing its spirit with modern simplicity and sharp tailoring; with spring among us that can only mean two major events are bound to arise for us to be well dressed, weddings and prom.
The black tux of course being the most classic look has this “Bond” aesthetics, well fitted and sharpness to it, secretly every man wishes to dress like that (shhhh don’t tell anyone). The gray tux can be versatile by being worn in pieces or as a whole with sneakers at most occasions, allowing you to getting your JT on and shouting “I be on my suit and tie, shit, tie, shit”. I wish this was around back in high school because I would’ve probably went to prom and rock one of these.
Now if you’re looking to be dressed like one of those models on GQ, Massimo Dutti is the name of the game. Early last year GQ showed off a few non-classic wedding alternative outfits for the brave.
Well tailored and embodying the quintessential modern day man, Massimo captures this new take from allowing its style to be versatile from office to a wedding to a dinner to or even to an event all in one, there must be some crazy science behind this but it really does identifies a piece of the new movement going on in menswear.
With his giant eyes, vulnerable face, and noodle-thin body, Jim Parsons at first looks harmless playing scientist Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory. Then, on the show, he will say something like: “My father used to say a woman is like an egg-salad sandwich on a warm Texas day—full of eggs and only appealing for a short time.”
Sheldon’s a Klingon-speaking, string-theory-izing, cos-playing Archie Bunker, that too truthful crank who tickles TV viewers (of which TBBT has a gazillion), Emmy voters (he’s won twice), and melittologists (a species of Brazilian bee was named after his nonsense catchphrase “bazinga”).