Shave and a Haircut…

There’s something to be said for how good a new haircut and a trim/shave can make you feel.

After a shitty week of business travel, I woke up Sunday and decided it was time to clean myself up a bit. I’d been letting myself get pretty scraggly– but I needed to Grow out the hair and beard in order to have enough hair to work with.

As you know, I’ve been struggling with the beard, trying to nail down the proper neck line for my face shape (I have a really long face and semi-weak chin). So I decided to get smart and I took selfies from the side and kinda figured out what I needed to do.


This is after I trimmed up the line some– it was lower and not looking right.

I also started cutting back all the wild, long hairs and shaping the beard.

In addition, I decided to change up my hair. I would go back to a side part and comb over, which is evidently popular again because the 50’s looks are back. Again.


This is after the process of nearlycompleting my haircut. So much better, n’est ce pas?

And then today (I said it was a process), here is the completed shave and a haircut me:


I was going for “boyishly charming and devilish bearded”. Did I succeed?

And P.S.? Two bits.


About cb

Nickname: Munt Measurements: 45 B, 34, 38(?) Ambition: to be the best human ever! Turn ons: long walks on the beach, romantic dinners, porn, rainbows, cock Turn offs: bad smell face, men who are full of themselves, dead puppies, popcorn, sadness
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6 Responses to Shave and a Haircut…

  1. Chip says:

    You certainly did!

  2. Girl Tuesday says:

    Adorable hair! I love it parted on the side! And Lordy, you are sexy in that black v-neck….. yum!

  3. Robert says:

    Looks very good. Very sexy!

  4. Mark in DE says:

    I think a neat beard looks way better than a longer/curly beard. The haircut is cute too.

  5. Partick says:

    If your beard is straight (i.e. not all tony home perm), then let it go long. Stop staring at it too much. Forget about it for a while. Then come back in a month or two for an assessment. You’ll have more to work with then.

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