In the 1970s, an advertising campaign for a feminine deodorant brand introduced the would-be-famous tagline, “Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.” The phrase reflected a cultural shift happening as movements for female empowerment and women’s liberation began to make advancements toward equal rights for women. It’s in the same spirit the…
Inside this issue:
• Cole Walliser's curls steal the show
• Meet the curly men of social media
• Low-maintenance routines for anyone
• Does beard care differ from hair care?
• We Rate Dogs’ Matt Nelson
on curls and cute canines
• The science of hair loss
• Do guys really need curly haircuts?
• Maintaining long, curly hair + best practices for short curls
• Q&As with our curl experts
• Men’s naturally curly haircut inspiration pics you can take to your stylist
• And a whole lot more!