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Oct 04, 2011

A Visual Compendium of Notable Haircuts in Hollywood: How Many Can You Name?

created at: 10/04/2011

At first glance, this latest entry from PopChartLabs seems like more of the same...methodically organized, reductionist interpretations of popular media. I mean, how many haircuts can there be, really, beside Travis Bickle, Hedwig, and any iteration of Pam Grier in the 70s?

Turns out, a lot. And, yeah maybe, it is quite similar to other work, but who cares? It's pretty awesome.  

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Aug 25, 2011

Free Printable: Disguise Kit

Quick! Download, print, and cut. Immediately.

Cause, you know, you're gonna need it at some point. 

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Jun 30, 2011

Infographic of the Day: Mo Data - The Guide to the Mustache

created at: 06/30/2011

Uh oh, mega trend alert. Mo Data is an infographic about mustaches.    

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May 24, 2011

Dog Hats Made from Dog Hair on Dogs

So, apparently, there's a sustainable/local/handmade/ (read: hippie) movement to use dog hair as a legitimate source of yarn, textiles, etc. The Wall Street Journals reports, "For nearly two decades, dog owners craving a memento of a canine buddy...have been able to send hair brushed from their pet to any number of artisans who advertise online that they will spin the piles of fluff into a soft yarn. Some dog-hair spinners have months-long backlogs of orders. The thriving cottage industry was spurred by the publication of a how-to guide titled "Knitting With Dog Hair: Better a Sweater From a Dog You Know and Love Than From a Sheep You'll Never Meet." "

Fascinating, right?! Wanna get more meta? How about dog items made from dog hair on actual dogs!? Like the hat above, or this adorable little guy in a sweater:  

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Mar 25, 2011

David Lynch's Hair vs. Art

created at: 03/25/2011

His films may be increasingly difficult to understand, but you can't fault him this: David Lynch has awesome hair.

So regardless of whether macabre-tinged melodrama floats your boat (I think they're great, for whatever that's worth), you can surely appreciate this clever juxtaposition: David Lynch's Hair vs. Art

The preview's kinda hard to see, so check out the full image here:  

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Jan 21, 2011

Quick Tip: How To Shave the Back of Your Neck (w/out a mirror!)

How to shave your neckline without a mirror

Can't believe I never thought of this myself. I spent years buzzing my own hair (and asking for help on the neckline) before I finally consented to going to a barber like a grown-up. But that's for another post...

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Jan 17, 2011

The Beginner's Guide to Beards

created at: 01/17/2011

We at ManMade are big fans of beards, and as such, realize that sporting one is way more than just not shaving.

So, we love Valet magazine's "Beginners Guide to Beards" which contains helpful, real advice for managing facial hair of all sorts of lengths.

A seriously worthwhile read.  

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Jan 03, 2011

The Quest for a Beard of Every Type

created at: 01/03/2011

Dyers.org has collected the very fine beard type chart below, and its founder, Jon Dyers, has embarked on a quest to sport each and every one.created at: 01/03/2011

 

  

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Nov 01, 2010

Sculptural Facial Hair and Other Beard Weirdness

created at: 11/01/2010

At first glance, you might wonder, "why on earth would anyone do such things with their beard?" But, think about it for a sec. If you had facial hair worth sculpting, you'd probably do it to.

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Sep 24, 2010

20 Mustaches That Changed History

"When in the course of human events a mustache comes along that truly changes things, Aaron Perlut is there to celebrate."

Perlut is the chairman of the American Mustache Institute and is currently coordinating the AMI's third annual "Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year" award. The self-proclaimed Dr. of Nuclear Mustachology was recently interviewed by the Atlantic monthly, saying, 

As a young man I grew up surrounded by mustaches in my family, but I was always intimidated to grow them, even though I could from a very young age, because of the public pressures against it--because they weren't cool, they weren't hip. There was a certain stigma attached to people with mustaches, that you weren't professional or intelligent, and I commited myself to working for an organization that battled against that... [We hope to achieve] an equal playing field for people of Mustached American heritage. I got off the phone earlier today with a gentleman who told me he was told that he could have a job that he wanted, if he shaved his mustache....We recently saved the job of a young man who was a college student working at a restaurant, whose employers told him that he would either shave his mustache or lose his job that he was using to pay his tuition at the University of Georgia in Athens. There is a pattern of discrimination against people who are different from whatever the norm might be at the time in this country, and facial hair is no exception.
Didn't think facial hair choices could incite so much injustice, didja?

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Sep 10, 2010

10-Minute Project: Framed Moustache Art

By Polly Conway, Guest Blogger

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I'm all for quick and easy projects, so when I visited my friend Derek in Portland last week, I couldn't help but notice some of the new art hanging in his bathroom. These framed moustaches remind me of Victorian hair art, a strange and wonderful fad during the mid-1800's when human hair was used to create jewelry and other mementos. 

 

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Derek has followed suit and used human hair moustaches for this project, which I think creates a really weird and awesome look. Often used for theatrical productions, they're not all that expensive; you can find a good selection at your local costume shop or online.

Using

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Mar 17, 2010

BeardMe...Cause Everyone Should Have Access to Facial Hair

created at: 03/17/2010

No one, regardless of class, age, or gender, should be excluded from the opportunity or access to thick, radiant, and formidable facial hair. And with BeardMe, you can give it to them.

"Icons of wealth and class, beards and mustaches are status symbols of a bygone era. Establish yourself as your generation’s Abraham Lincoln by adding an urbane and elegant beard or mustache to your mug with BeardMe, the premier facial hair application for the iPhone and iPod Touch."  

You can select from a variety of styles, shapes, colors, and orientations, then save your results, and easily publish to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, or send via email.

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Mar 12, 2010

The Dog 'Stache Toy

As far as your dog is concerned, its a toy, and it feels good between the teeth. But for you, the tongue-in-cheek pet owner? Constant amusement.

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Mar 08, 2010

Professional Beards

Clever...and suprisingly true.

professional beards. …wanna show yours?

Only thing missing is strained whisper-folk musician.

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Jan 01, 2010

Cut Your Hair Business Cards

Wanna attend Glammer Education Institute? Here's the contact information...now prove your skills.

Top Cut Card

Designed by Y&R Thailand, the cards feature line drawn faces and a bevy of textured blackspace, allowing the user to create a custom hair style with a pair of scissors. A little bit paper doll, a little bit Wooly Willy, a whole bit awesome.

  

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