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     >> Personal Appearance Rev 2.0 – Look the Part

          >> Personal Hygiene 101- Hair

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Hair – hair can represent a special challenge for us midlife bachelors … as some of us have either already lost it, or are in the process of losing it!   My own hair is currently thinning out – so I am becoming what some call a “brother of the skin” … which means visible skin on my head is increasing.   Losing one’s hair can be devastating to a guy’s ego – but that is not the main point of this section.  My main point is – make whatever you’ve got look great at all times.  If you are not sure how you should wear your hair (or what’s left of it), then seek out the opinion of a good female friend – or your hairdresser.   I remember telling my hairdresser that I wanted a haircut that would get me laid … a haircut that tells the world, “I’m ready for action.”   We would laugh about this because there is no such magic haircut – but at least I knew I was getting a cut that she thought looked good.

I cannot tell you how to wear your hair – that’s up to you and your hairdresser.   Just keep in mind that your haircut makes a statement about you to the world.   Recall the earlier story about my friend, Mike – who until fairly recently had long, shoulder-length scraggly hair … which gave him kind of a white trash type of look.    Mike’s older long haircut (plus the way he dressed) told the world – “I like to smoke weed and party” … which significantly reduced the total potential pool of women who would be interested in dating him.   With his new short, business-style haircut – Mike looks like a normal semi-professional guy … and now women who see him around don’t automatically think he is a stoner.  In other words, with the shorter haircut, Mike increased his overall date-ability potential.

What about hair color?  Is grey hair sexy?   Or should you dye your hair?  That is another tough question for me to answer – you should ask a female friend that you trust, or your hairdresser.   Some guys look great with grey hair.  Others look good with a touch of grey.   It all depends on the rest of your overall appearance.   Don’t be afraid to dye your hair if that is what your female friends and/or your hairdresser tell you.   I’d be careful about picking the actual color though – something that matches your original color is usually the least risky.   If you do dye your hair, you probably want to consider matching your facial hair with it – your eyebrows, mustache, beard, goatee, etc.  [I’ll come back to the idea of facial hair shortly.]

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The Midlife Bachelor Personal Makeover
   Personal Appearance Rev 2.0 – look the part!
          Personal Hygiene 101
            Hygiene Challenges I've Seen
                Teeth
                Hair
                Balding?
                Facial hair
                Facial complexion
                Finger nails and toe nails
                Overall cleanliness
                Cologne and deodorant
                Body hair
                Pubic hair
          Dress for Success – Fashion Ensemble 101
                New Clothes – Formal, Casual, or Somewhere in Between?
                Shoes, Socks, and Belt
                Jewelry
          Fat and Happy?  What about Weight?
   Attitude Adjustment / Mental Makeover Rev 2.0
         Bad Karma / Good Karma
         Makeover Message – Spread Good Karma
                Recognize the good in everything and everyone
                Not complain but rather find solutions
                Try to smile, and say something positive
                Remain calm in dramatic situations
                Don’t appear cheap
         The Dangers of Insecurity
            Nervous
            Failure to look a woman in the eyes
            Constantly asking a woman out
            Calling too often
            Being too nosey
            Stalking
            Assuming too much about the status of a relationship
         Avoid the Ruts
                The No Date rut 
                The Wrong Girlfriend rut
         Know when to Talk and When to Listen
            Get her talking about what she is interested in
            Don't talk too much about yourself
         Learn from Others and from Yourself