Gender stereotyping sucks and it's everywhere (even in Seattle). Particular markets continue to heavily focus on women, and somethings are deemed too "feminine" or "masculine," especially when it comes to things like style and beauty. But having groomed nails, a clear face, and good-looking hair should be socially acceptable for anybody and everybody. It's a stereotypical fit for women to worry more about aging, but there are many great services and products out there for men to use too (because what dude doesn't want to look like George Clooney when he's older)? Here are a few things men should begin doing to help break the social beauty and styling norms.
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07/20/2016 By Colleen Williams