Most guys take all the time and online research they need to find the perfect HD TV or new tech. But when it comes to the device you'll probably be putting to your face every morning, we neglect to do our homework. Instead, we walk into the store and either pick the first electric razor we see or the one that will cost us the least.
Take our word for it when we say that you should put more thought into what electric shaver you choose, especially since they all offer different pros and cons. The right electric razor for you will leave you looking good every morning while providing a comfortable shave in the process.
Interested in getting a tattoo that stands out but isn't as big, costly, and time-consuming as a full sleeve? If so, we definitely recommend getting a forearm tattoo— one of the most popular place to get inked. This is because there's no other part of our body as mobile as our arm, which means everyone will see your tattoo when you move, point, etc.
The forearm also provides enough space to create elaborate patterns and themes. And if you don't want to go big, even a small symbol or design will catch more attention there.
As society has learned to accept tattoos over the years, more guys are finally taking the jump and getting the sleeve of their dreams. There's less hesitation since a lot of workplaces are OK with hiring men with sleeve tattoos, while most others are fine with it as long as they're covered up.
Now all you have to worry about is deciding what you want inked on your arms. Whether you want a full sleeve or just half your arm covered, there are plenty of ideas out there to look at if you need a bit of inspiration.
Shaving has always been a part of human hygiene and can be tracked back to the Stone Age. The tradition of shaving and the tools have changed over centuries. The double edged (safety) razor was patented in 1904 by King C. Gillette and became a popular tool for men who were tired of getting nicks and cuts from straight razors. Many still prefer DE razors because the quality of the close shave is better than electric and cartridge razors. Some choose safety razors over the electric ones because it doesn’t require a battery or a cord. Some prefer safety razors over cartridge razors because of durability, less irritation from shaves, and cheaper refills.