I’m sure you all may think that men’s grooming is a new and modern idea that has only been contrived by Queer Eye, The Style Channel and gay-male- oriented spa’s and salons, in fact, men’s grooming dates back to ancient civilizations ( I know that I couldn’t deal with that funk if I lived back then…ewww!)
After a very long few months dealing with Holidays, work, travel, socializing and the gym, I finally had the time to do one of my favorite activities (Not my first favorite...that I can fit in!). I treated myself to a day of relaxation, rejuvination and well being.
As a skin care professional I have had the opportunity to see the skin up close and personal. Our skin is the largest organ of the body. It is our first line of defense, protecting the rest of the body as much as possible. One of the most common conditions I have to deal with [&hellip
Today I have decided to feature a question from one of my readers. I think that it is informative for those new to the world of professional grooming. If you have a question you'd like answered and possibly featured in this blog, please contact me at email@example.com
Hello my brothers, sisters and those yet to decide!
I am so excited to have been chosen as your Guyd to Men's Grooming. I kinda feel like the Carrie Bradshaw of San Francisco, even though I'm no longer a size 6, and I couldn't afford, let alone fit a jimmy choo sling back on my women's 12 foot, but nonetheless, I can be just as fabulous in my own right.
I was born in Palm Springs, California in the summer of '76, when there was no public gay life, only one grocery store stayed open in the 115 degree summers and childrens feet were as calloused as Fred Flintsones'! Fortunately, my parents are very worldly and cultured, a perfect environment for a young queerling to grow up in. I have two older, straight, brothers, one a photographer and the other an actor, I was bound to find myself an artistic career.