manscaping


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manscaping

(ˈmænˌskeɪpɪŋ)
n
the aesthetic grooming of a man’s bodily hair
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COLIN Farrell has told how his manscaping for a sex scene in his first big US movie went very wrong.
Mansgrooming and manscaping have still another synonym, and this is broscaping, taking off from 'brod,' which became 'bro.
While we are not suggesting you go for the whole Geordie Shore tweezed, waxed, arched manscaping, out-ofcontrol bushy brows are so 20th century.
AFTER seeing a poster in Selfridges saying that he will be taking part in an in-store discussion on Moisturising and Manscaping tonight, Warwickshire County Cricketer Laurie Evans is ready for the inevitable questions.
For instance, men can learn the ins and outs of head-to-toe personal care from shaving, moisturizing and sweat to body odor, manscaping and more.
Brazilian waxes are becoming mainstream, and men aren't shy about coming in for manscaping,” LunchBOX Founder and CEO Debi Lane said.
Wellington, July 31 ( ANI ): Manscaping has become more popular than ever as today's woman love men with clean torsos, a new study has revealed.
In the age of manscaping, metrosexuals, fancy men's day spas, and high-end grooming products galore, MANSOME is a witty, provocative and highly-entertaining glimpse into what it means to be a man in a world where the definition of masculinity has become as diverse as a hipster's facial hair in Williamsburg.
Posh perks: This evening suite/ party features haircuts, shaves, shoe shines and facials, plus tumblers full of Chivas Regal to go along with the pampering aimed at gentleman in search of a bit of manscaping before the big event on Sunday.
WEDNESDAY Russell Kane, Brunton Theatre, Edinburgh Comedy Award winner returns with new show, Manscaping.
COMEDY Russell Kane: Manscaping, The Brindley, Runcorn, 0151 907 8360 EXHIBITIONS Jen Liu and John Baldessari, Ceri Hand, until October 22; eKapa, Bluecoat Display Centre, until October 22; This is Not a Tomato, Corke Gallery, runs until September 30; Ren Magritte: The Pleasure Principle, Tate Liverpool, until October 16; Costume Drama: Fashion from 1790 to 1850, Sudley House, until May 7, 2012; Robert Therrien: Smoke Signals, Tate Liverpool, until October 23; The Finishing Touch: Women's Accessories, 1830-1940, Lady Lever, until December 11; Dare to Wear: Glass Dresses by Diana Dias-Le.