Hat hair puts a dent in your style, and Old Spice wants to help

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National Hat Day is this Sunday, and Old Spice has teamed up with celebrity groomer Benjamin Thigpen to get you more “sexy time” with the ladies in spite of your affinity for hats.

As the manliest grooming brand on the planet, Old Spice is excited to introduce the latest addition to its Hair Care and Styling product line. Old Spice Swagger Gel gives guys high hold and moderate shine for hair that doesn’t try too hard.

Thigpen has worked with the heads of Marc Jacobs, Bruce Willis, Nate Berkus, Francisco Costa, Nick Swisher, Josh Duhamel and Tony Hale, so he can definitely help you with that crusty piece of lettuce atop your dome piece.

“As a grooming expert, I’m so excited to team up with Old Spice to help introduce new Swagger Gel that’s designed for guys looking for high hold and a moderate shine. Let’s face it, guys want hair that looks like it’s not trying too hard, and Old Spice Swagger Gel does just that. Simply rub a nickel size amount on your fingertips and work into your hair for that ultimate rockstar look,” Thigpen said.

More and more guys are wearing hats – particularly during winter – and these tips are relevant for any time of the year, especially if they’re looking for easy ways to combat dreaded “hat hair.”

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Fade into 2017 with a classic cut

If your hair is receding, thinning or you have a really wicked bald spot coming in, there really isn’t much hair style advice out there for you. Instead, you’re forced to watch celebrities like Justin Timberlake rock every conceivable hair style known to man, get all the babes and earn the label “fresh to death.”

The good people at Wahl trimmers know your struggle and have come up with a solution. In fact, 2017 has been hailed as the year of the fade by Dan Michel, noted expert on all things man.

“I think the fade is really cool because it’s not necessarily a haircut by itself – it’s part of a haircut. What you do on the top is totally up to you. That’s what makes it really dynamic.”

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Product Review: Old Spice Holiday Man Pack

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When shopping for guys on your list, look no further than the manliest grooming brand on the planet: Old Spice. With nearly 80 years of experience giving men the products they need and want, Old Spice offers a wide range of manly smelling gift ideas and stocking stuffers.

This year, Old Spice has a variety of gift sets featuring anti-perspirants, body washes, body sprays and more. And they’re affordable too, ranging from $10-$15. Old Spice’s Hardest Working Collection Gift Set checks the box on odor protection and deep cleaning benefits.

Mostly known for their manly scents, Old Spice also offers a range of performance products for the hard working guys in your life. Looking for a stocking stuffer that’s light on your bank account and easy to slip into a stocking? Old Spice Pomade, Paste and Putty offers you three chances to stuff your stocking with (hair) style.

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The Results Are In: You should be clean shaven in ’17

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Schick Hydro® and Edge® Shave Gel, but all opinions are my own.

The results are in from a 2016 survey on behalf of Edge Shave Gel and Schick Hydro*, and if you have a mustache, they aren’t pretty.

Did you know that more than half (59%) of Americans, including 69% of Millennials, agree that whether a man has facial hair is a major factor in forming a first impression of him? Which can be particularly damning in the office.

If they were equally qualified for the job, 70% of Americans are more likely to hire a man without facial hair than one with it. Ouch.

Why is that? Because 67% of Americans feel that a clean-shaven guy is more likely to have a larger bank account than a man with facial hair.

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5 Questions with Old Spice Guy Isaiah Mustafa

Old Spice Guy Isaiah Mustafa helped Old Spice kick off its partnership with Tough Mudder as the official Men’s Body Wash and Anti-Perspirant/Deodorant of the rigorous obstacle course series on Saturday, Apr. 16, 2016 in San Bernardino, Calif., offering the perfect proving ground for guys to test the legendary performance of the new Old Spice Hardest Working Collection. (Photos Gilles Mingasson / AP for Old Spice)

Old Spice Guy Isaiah Mustafa is more than a pretty face with a a tightly toned torso and a voice like butter. At one point, he was a actually a real dude, just like you.

After running track in high school, Mustafa decided to try football and ultimately walked-on at Arizona State University as a wide receiver. He played in the 1997 Rose Bowl and caught passes from quarterback Jake “The Snake” Plummer.

Post graduation in 1997, Mustafa played on the practice squads for the Tennessee Oilers, Oakland Raiders, Cleveland Browns, Seattle Seahawks and even played a season in NFL Europe for the Barcelona Dragons.

After football and prior to landing the “Old Spice Guy” gig, Mustafa owned and operated a restaurant in L.A., won $47,000 on game show The Weakest Link and landed acting roles for shows on NBC, ABC, USA Network and The CW.

We spoke to Isaiah just prior to the kickoff of Old Spice’s year-long partnership with Tough Mudder at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, where he and thousands of athletes took on a grueling 10-plus mile obstacle course.

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