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What Does Your Hair Say About Your First Impression?

When you’re out on the town, your image matters. Whether you’re posting a new dating app pic or going for a job interview, your look is your biggest asset for a solid first impression. Let’s start with what your hair says. As a representation of your overall attitude and attractiveness, your hair does a lot of the talking. Ultimately, it all comes down to law of attraction—if you put your best self forward, you can expect the same energy in return. 

 

The Harvey Spector Look 

 

If you’re a suit guy, you may have considered the slick lawyer look at one point. Looking as expensive as your paychecks, you execute an image that says your successful and powerful. And what woman doesn’t love a cocky corporate guy? Okay maybe a few, but who needs those ones… 

 When executing this persona, make sure every detail is nailed down—a perfect shave, groomed brows and a crisp designer suit. Now you’ve sealed the deal.  

 

The Hipster Man Bun 

 

There’s something incredibly pretentious about a man bun that immediately tells everyone in the room, “I’m better than all of you.” But hey, no problem, as long as you know how to work it, right?  

 It’s all about creating a balance between your artsy style and being approachable. Otherwise, if you’re just rocking a pair of trendy glasses, a non-conformist beard and an outfit full of obnoxiously organic bio-degradable hipster stuff, you’re not exactly the most magnetic person at the party. 

It might also help to avoid telling people you’re gluten-free. Your choice.  

 

The Pretty Boy Look 

 

From king’s landing to beyond the wall, or wherever you roam, long locks will take you far with the dames.  

Just keep in mind that not every guy can pull off this look. It takes classically handsome features to work these tussled waves. You’ll give off a free-spirited impression that can be complimented nicely with some man jewelry like leather or hemp bracelets.   

Then you’ll be ready to take your army of awesomeness to the battlefield of life. “The winter is coming!”—John Snow

 

The Hairdo That Says “I  Don’t Give a F***” 

When you’ve got a multi-million dollar corporation at your finger tips, then and only then, can you get away with this awkward brainfart of a hairdo.  Basically, unless you’re Dan Bilzerian, you’re not leaving your house looking like this. 

Guys who just leave their hair to roam any which way it falls, appear unsuccessful and uncharming. You won’t want to be shaking this person’s hand on a business deal who has this hair. Not exactly business partner material.  

Yet, if you’re a goose who wears sweat pants to date night and texts your friends things like, “wut u sayin tonight?”, this hairdo might be the perfect fit for you.  

 

The Pompadour  

With a slick pompadour, you’re that heartbreak every girl pretends to hate, but secretly loves.  

You have great hair and you know it—with your perfectly coiffed hair and every strand in place, you’ve got it made. This look is easily transferrable for a variety of settings; at the office, it’s a trendy twist on your suit and at your buddy’s place, it sexes up your laidback t-shirt and jeans combo.  

Basically, anything goes with the good old pompadour. Cheers to that! 

 

The Blow Out (When you’ve lost your way) 

If you need a separate travelling suitcase for hair products, you’re a clown— period.  

As a Guido rocking the blow out, your hair is a modern art statement of its own. It’s got so much gel, spray and mystery goop in there; it’s not moving during motorcycle rides or even deep sea diving.  

This makes you a goofball, not a stud. 

Symptoms associated with this hairdo may include angry haters and severe black outs. You’ve been warned. 

 

Look Sharp.  Be Stylish. 

Best,

Matt & Zack

 

 


1 Response

William Flakes
William Flakes

January 03, 2017

I’ve always liked the “Pomp” I guess because I restore older vehicles so I always liked the “greaser” 50s hairstyles. Up until a few years ago when I started using these products I never really styled my hair, but over the years I’ve gained a lot of attention and complements from my different hairstyles also bc I’m tge only one who will try different things where I live. From the standard Pomp, to slick down, side part undercut, my favorite Jelly Roll Pomp and what I call a high volume side pomp, y’alls products have been able to help me do them all. Also the peppermint smell helps.. Lol. Keep up the good work fellas!

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