Posts Tagged ‘summer’

I heart trashy club music

In Music on 10/12/2010 at 2:17 pm

I’m one of the biggest suckers for songs with a good beat, bad lyrics, and a talentless artist. One of my latest favorites is Evacuate the Dancefloor, who the hell Cascada is a mystery in itself (though she does look like Carrie Underwood’s long lost club loving twin).

Another one is G6, which is probably one of the more repetitive songs out there, but it’s got an addictive beat… and I can’t get it out of my head after listening to it.


Men’s Fashion Advice from Details Magazine for Summer 2010 Pt. III

In fashion on 02/21/2010 at 9:24 pm

We have come a long way from the Caesar haircut,  (you know, the one where guys gelled their hair spiked the front? Maybe even got frosted tips? Well, if not you, I know the look all to well…) the current trend upwards! Guys are trimming the sides of their head while allowing the top to grow ‘skyward’ as Details puts it calling it ‘the postmodern.’


This hairstyle for men is not one that should look ‘tidy,’ the sides are supposed to be cropped to about half an inch while the top is no more than four inches. I’ve had a hairstyle similar to this one for about a year and have found it suits me well because I have a ’rounder’ face, which now looks semi-elongated since my hair isn’t laying flat on my head.

Suggested products-

Grooming Cream from Bumble and Bumble ($25)

Sleek Finish Texture Cream  by Jack Black ($16)

Men’s Fashion Advice from Details Magazine for Summer 2010 Pt. II

In fashion on 02/21/2010 at 6:31 pm

The men’s necklace necklace is making a come back this summer with interesting details on how to choose the right length, pendant, and when it’s time to trim your chest hair… which was an unexpected component to the article.


It’s suggested the necklace be either bronze or silver, which high-end designers are making bank on as preferred objects for the necklaces are object usually found in your junk drawer. The prices range from (according to those listed by Details) $80 necklace to Gucci’s $1,385 necklace…

The object on the necklace is supposed to hang five inches directly below the Adam’s apple, which is an averaged length of 22 inches.

‘The rule of thumb’ for chest hair when wearing necklaces is that it’s time to trim if the hair on your chest is thick above you second undone button. To get rid of your chest hair don’t wax it, don’t put Nair on… please, or closely shave it as you’re supposed to ‘trim the forest, not raze it’.