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I’m Not a Model, But I’d Love to Look Like One

I Came Across Some GQ Articles and They Inspired Me

A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon some truly insightful GQ articles. As I read, I began to feel somewhat disappointed in myself; I’ve been letting myself get doughy and wrinkly. However, the articles also gave me hope that I could motivate myself to make lasting changes.

It’ll be a long process to look better—so many of the articles mentioned special creams, grooming rituals, and professional treatments—but no good thing comes easily. Here are a few ways in which I’ve started to treat myself like a model (even though I’m far from being one)!

I Began Wearing Suits More Regularly

Spicing up my appearance hasn’t been easy, but the result has definitely been worth it. I’ve gone out and bought an array of gorgeous, eye-catching suits! Gone are the days of wearing long, oversized clothes. GQ empowered me to wear tight-fitting pieces and offered some great stylistic tips, one of which is rocking a suit with shorts instead of pants.

If you want to thrive, it’s important to think outside of the box. The last thing I want to do is color inside the lines with every suit I purchase; having a wide variety keeps you looking fresh, dapper, and refined whenever you’re out and about!

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Fixing My Frizzy Hair

I’ve always had trouble controlling my frizzy hair. Thankfully, GQ recommended specific products that I wouldn’t have found otherwise. They are, after all, part of the male fashion industry, so they’re a lot more knowledgeable than I am!

I’ve learned that certain kinds of weather can not only make your hair appear puffier, but also make it much more difficult to tame. The last thing I want is to appear ridiculous in front of other people—yes, it’s possible for men to have bad hair days, too!

Putting in the effort to adjust my haircare routine by season will definitely be a shift, but it’ll be worth it. My goal is to look as dashing as Superman!

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Tying the Look Together

My wardrobe has changed a lot over the years, but recently, I’ve noticed that my choice of clothing doesn’t matter if my physical appearance doesn’t complement it. In other words, I look much older than I actually am, what with my wrinkles, smile lines, and drooping jowls. So, I’ve decided that a facelift is the right way to address these problems.

This is, of course, a major step, but sometimes, we have to take more extensive measures to look the way we want. I don’t want anyone to be put off by how ungraceful I look, and want even less to seem tired or jaded when, in reality, I’m not.

After my male facelift surgery, I may not be a model, but I’ll look just as good as one!

Keeping My Beard Properly Trimmed

What’s a handsome face without great facial hair?

This past winter, I decided to grow out my beard. It’s good to switch things up and experiment with different facial hair styles because there are so many of them, and you never know which one will fit you best. It’s an added bonus that a beard will keep you warmer during winter; you can kill two birds with a single stone!

If you do decide to grow a beard, it’s imperative to groom it regularly, or it will look dirty and scraggly. Try investing in an electric razor to look like a movie star!

Aftershave to Fight Razor Burn

Clean shaves leave a lot of men with razor burn. There’s nothing wrong with that—for many men, it’s inevitable—but not everyone is familiar with the benefits of aftershave. I surely wasn’t!

My skin is particularly sensitive to close shaves, which is why I’ve bought a personalized aftershave formula to enrich and pamper my skin. You should always do research before buying, though, as some aftershave products have poor-quality ingredients that can damage your skin. Just be a thoughtful buyer and you’ll be able to avoid the pain of razor burn!

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