There's no doubt that men have come a long way when it comes to personal care and grooming. In fact, many men are now more particular about their hair care routine than ever before. While some men may still be using the old "wash and go" method, others are taking the time to style their hair in a variety of ways. Whether it's slicking back their hair for a formal occasion or letting their locks flow freely on a casual day, there's no doubt that men are becoming more and more creative with their hairstyles. And it's not just about the hair on top of their head either - many men are now paying just as much attention to the hair on their face. Beards have become extremely popular in recent years, with many men taking the time to groom and style their facial hair into a variety of different shapes and styles. From thick and full beards to neatly trimmed mustache-and-goatee combos, there's no shortage of options for those looking to add a little extra flair to their look. Of course, as with any trend, there are always going to be those who choose to take things to the extreme. For some men, that means bleaching or dying their hair an array of different colors. Others may opt for extravagant hairstyles that would make even the most fashion-forward woman blush. But at the end of the day, it's all about expressing yourself and having fun with your look
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