Wednesday, June 12, 2013

On the Importance of a Manly Beard...

Continuing our manly week, Alison and I decided that we had to have some witty banter from our dear friend and hair extraordinaire, Mr. Frazier Dyson. He has a deep love for very manly things, yet can make a woman look and feel amazing in the hair department. He and his wife Nina and daughter Anaya are expecting a new baby boy Dyson any day now! Please welcome the superb Frazier into the Paper Pearl fold: 


Here is the deal men: We are fighting a loosing battle to bare chested, pit shaving, soft tender faced boys. Men who find their beards too itchy will also find their manhood too heavy... GROW YOUR BEARDS!!!! but seriously, beards are on the rise. They are showing up all over fashion.

For example, Nick Wooster (creative director for Neiman Marcus) 



Who defines manliness???? no, seriously? not rhetorical!...seriously say it, manliness person ever, right now!!! I'll wait...........?!?! 
WRONG!!!!
correct answer:Chuck Norris 



do you know who the most unmanly person is? one guess?... WRONG!!!! 

correct answer: Chuck Norris without a beard.



Here is some beard conditioner to make sure that your beard is growing just as strong and healthy as your new-found desire to have all your offspring become Spartan roririow.

Now, on to haircuts (and take note on how these guys have beards) 


Ricki Hall (UK-motorcycle mechanic, and model)



Philip Crangi (jewry designer)



Spiked hair is out wayyyy out. If your cranium could impale someone if you turn sharply, stop. Classic haircuts are back, think WWII 1940 draft. Slick and dapper. Let your hair grow out in the front a little bit, just to give it some pomp, whilst keeping the sides tight and faded. Use some firm hold pomade to keep your part straight and the hair in place. I like Aveda men's Pomade.

As far as clothes go:

Professional look- basically everything worn on the show Mad Men 



Casual- Im shooting for a lumberjack or newsie, lots of earthy muted colors, clothes that look and feel comfortable and fit well. Trash the tennis shoes and get boots that look like you have put in a hard days work.




I will leave you with pretty epic quote from the worlds (original) most interesting man, Earnest Hemingway:


The author of today's post, Frazier Dyson, is an expert colorist for Unruli Aveda Salon in downtown Franklin, Tennessee. He is responsible for keeping the right shade of blonde and providing me with loads of entertainment while I sit in his chair. -Laurie 
Here is the man himself:


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