Style and Personal Grooming Tips for Men

Is your personal grooming up to scratch?

Good per­sonal groom­ing for men

Per­sonal groom­ing and style are essen­tial ele­ments of attrac­tion because they com­mu­ni­cate your social intel­li­gence and your status. They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, but that’s only because peo­ple do.

Not every­one is blessed with good looks, but any man can become more attrac­tive to women with excel­lent per­sonal groom­ing and a good dress sense. 

In fact, high per­sonal groom­ing stan­dards and a fash­ion­able wardrobe can dou­ble your suc­cess with women lit­er­ally overnight. Best of all, it’s easy to get this stuff sorted.

Is Your Per­sonal Groom­ing Up to Scratch?

Take an hon­est look at your appear­ance. This may seem obvi­ous, but lots of guys look sloppy. Do you shower every day? Have greasy hair? Dan­druff? Stains on your shirt? Do you need to trim your nasal or eye­brow hair? Do you bother wear­ing under­arm deodor­ant? Or do you go over­board, splash­ing on the cheap cologne, giv­ing every­one on the bus an allergy attack?

I’m assum­ing you brush your teeth at least every morn­ing and evening, but do you floss reg­u­larly? If you don’t, you should. Floss­ing is the sin­gle best thing you can do to avoid bad breath. Remember that peo­ple use all five senses to eval­u­ate a poten­tial part­ner and a woman’s sense of smell is very impor­tant in her choice of mate.

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Per­sonal Groom­ing Check­list for Men

Use this per­sonal groom­ing check­list to make sure you have all your bases cov­ered, espe­cially before going out on a date:

  • Shower
  • Wash your hair
  • Wash your ears (inside, out, and behind)
  • Brush and floss
  • Clip your nails (includ­ing your toenails)
  • Shave or trim your facial hair
  • Pluck stray hairs on the bridge of your nose and eyebrows
  • Apply a neu­tral antiper­spi­rant and taste­ful cologne
  • Wear clean underwear
  • Wear freshly laun­dered clothes

Tips for Dress­ing Well

It was Shake­speare who said “The clothes maketh the man” and this is very true. Well dressed men are rare and really stand out from the crowd. Here are a few tips for dress­ing well:

  1. Wear clothes that fit. When it comes to cloth­ing, fit is king. Most guys wear cloth­ing that is too big for them, because it’s com­fort­able or because they can’t be both­ered to shop for cloth­ing that fits well. Also a lot of guys are self-conscious about their body and try to hide it with loose cloth­ing. A good fit accen­tu­ates your body and even mod­est cloth­ing will look good if it fits well.
    • With shirts, the shoul­der seam should extend to the end of the shoul­der, not any further.
    • On dress shirts, the cuffs should not extend past the wrist bone.
    • The bot­tom of your pants or jeans should rest gen­tly on the top of your shoes.
    • Your pants should never slip off your waist with­out a belt.
  2. Match. Most straight guys have a hard time with color coor­di­na­tion, but match­ing is easy when you know what to look for:
    • Your belt should match your shoes and/or your accessories.
    • If you’re wear­ing dress pants, your socks should match your pants.
    • If you’re wear­ing jeans, your socks should match your shoes.
    • Less is often more, so try not to wear too many col­ors at once. 
  3. Acces­sorize. Acces­soriz­ing will help you to spruce up your look, but don’t overdo it just for the sake of it. 
    • A nice watch goes a long way to increase your style and status.
    • A scarf can round off an out­fit really well and make you look extremely fashionable. 
    • A neck­lace can accen­tu­ate the neck and shoul­ders and can cre­ate a sense of power and dominance.
    • A bracelet can accen­tu­ate your hands and arms. Whether metal or leather, make sure they match the col­ors and style of your outfit.
    • You can put a ring on any fin­ger, but avoid the left ring fin­ger for obvi­ous reasons.
    • Sun­glasses can cre­ate a sense of mys­tery and power. Find a pair that com­pli­ments your head shape.
  4. Dress to your per­son­al­ity. Dress­ing to your per­son­al­ity and lifestyle is impor­tant in pro­ject­ing a con­gru­ent image and it will help you to attract women with sim­i­lar tastes and inter­ests. If dress­ing like a rock star fits your per­son­al­ity, then do it. If you’re a top account­ing exec­u­tive, you should dress like a styl­ish and suc­cess­ful exec­u­tive. If you’re into surf­ing then, by all means, go for a surfer look etc.

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Men’s Per­sonal Groom­ing: Hair

A lot of guys don’t pay much atten­tion to their hair, but women do. Your hair­style says a lot about you. Great look­ing hair is a sign of vital­ity and health — some of the key things women look for when select­ing a partner. In fact hair can be sym­bolic of every­thing from viril­ity to ath­letic prowess to finan­cial sta­tus to creativity.

If you’ve worn the same hair­style for many years, arrange a con­sul­ta­tion with an expe­ri­enced female hair styl­ist and let her try a new cut that suits your face and style. A trendy hair­cut can do won­ders for your con­fi­dence and is worth the addi­tional expense of the local bar­ber­shop. (Get­ting your hair cut by an attrac­tive styl­ist can also be a great oppor­tu­nity to prac­tice your con­ver­sa­tion skills.)

If you are bald­ing, your hair will prob­a­bly look bet­ter very short or even com­pletely shaved off.  Com­bine this with a well kept goa­tee and acces­sory, like a neck­lace, a nice watch or scarf and you’ll project a well-styled and con­fi­dent image.

Clos­ing Thoughts

When it comes to meet­ing, dat­ing and attract­ing women, the dif­fer­ence between being per­ceived as styl­ish or unstyl­ish is night and day. While we men find women attrac­tive based largely on their fig­ures, women find us men attrac­tive based largely on our style. If you don’t dress for suc­cess then women will assume that you’re a low sta­tus man.

Also, it’s hard to approach girls when you’re not look­ing and feel­ing your best. Don’t under­es­ti­mate the con­fi­dence boost you’ll get from good per­sonal groom­ing and styling, espe­cially when you start notic­ing admir­ing glances from the ladies. So incor­po­rate this groom­ing tips into your life today.  


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About Tyler Duncan

I'm not naturally good with women. Most of what I know I learned the hard way. I know how it feels to be too shy to approach, to get stuck in the "Friend Zone" and have girls flake on me. Check out this embarrassing post about How I Got My First Slap →

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