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David Beckham on His Fashion Mistakes and the One Outfit He and Victoria 'Always Laugh About' (Hint: It's a Lot of Leather)
Ryan Seacrest, a.k.a the man with the most jobs in Hollywood (refresher: He’s the producer of American Idol and Keeping Up with the Kardashians, hosts a daily radio show, hosts American Idol and collaborates with Macy’s on his own menswear line, Ryan Seacrest Distinction), is adding another gig to his laundry list of a résumé. He’s teaming up with celebrity skin expert Dr. Harold Lancer to launch a men’s grooming line in 2016.
We’ve long been fans of Harry Styles’ delightfully messy mane, and it turns out we aren’t the only ones; According to Google’s 2015 Beauty Trends Report, the One Direction singer’s man bun took the dubious distinction of the top-searched celebrity male do of the year. Yes, they can trace these kinds of things, and yes, we are eternally grateful.
Did the secret society of former People Sexiest Men Alive get together and all agree to break out the razors at once? Adam Levine (Mr. 2013) made Twitter explode with his shiny exposed scalp on The Voice Monday. Ben Affleck (Mr. 2002) shocked us with his super-smooth face today. And now, it looks like Matthew McConaughey (Mr. 2005) may have joined them with a newly shorn head.
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Ben Affleck has parted ways with his longtime beard. The actor stepped out Tuesday night sporting a new clean-shaven look, without a hint of scruff. And the photo has the Bearded Ben devotees among us reaching for the tissues and trying to hide their pain.
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You already knew Adam Levine had shaved his head, and had grieved for his shorn locks. But his newly bald pate made its pre-taped TV debut on The Voice last night, and Twitter exploded. The consensus seemed to be that, while we knew he could rock a buzz, we weren’t anticipating his scalp to be quite so … shiny.
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Who better than ageless wonder Rob Lowe to get involved in the world of celebrity beauty products? The chiseled Parks and Recreation star looks better at 51 than most guys in their twenties, which means his good genes are either being supplemented by his secret vampire tendencies (unlikely considering his tan), or he’s got one hell of a skin care regimen.
According to him, it’s the latter, and now he’s giving mortal men the chance to replicate the results he’s achieved after undergoing decades of world class grooming routines. We sat down with Lowe to talk about his new line, called Profile, and covered everything from going gray to the merits (or lack thereof) of men’s lipstick.