Calling all men! Ever wanted to change your look? It's never easy for a man - especially when he's growing older. Look on any high street - there are so many businesses that exist to help women to improve their appearances - beauty salons, hairdressers, nail bars, brow lounges - but where are the businesses that help men to look better?
And in every supermarket there are dozens of beauty products for women but none for men apart from shaving foam, razors and soap.
However, fear not. Pudding Promotions Ltd are happy to announce the launch of a new hair colouring range specially for men. It's called "Fakery" and it comes in a range of natural colours including "Woodland Chestnut", "Coal Mine Black" and "Golden Waves". Yes my friend. If you want to change your look, try new "Fakery"!
Here's Donald from Queen's, New York City in his forties long before "Fakery" came along. Notice the ordinary mousey brown appearance of his predictable hairstyle:-
Now in 2018, he is a man transformed by "Fakery". Donald chose "Golden Waves" to match his sunlit and sensitive personality. He said, "Until I applied "Fakery" to my hair I lacked confidence. "Fakery" has boosted my self-esteem and my popularity. I don't know where I would be without "Fakery" ".
" Bring out the real you with "Fakery" "
Oh! Dear! How boring the world would be without Donald Trump to keep so many people amused. I'm sure he really doesn't give a @#$% what people think about the colour of his hair. Many are probably jealous he still has a good head of hair for a man of his age.ReplyDelete
Perhaps, women are more open about the tweaking they do to their appearance. On the whole, I'd say it's pretty safe to say most men don't like to admit to their certain enhancements and alterations to their appearance, believing if they are open about it, it would show a lack of masculinity. Just a thought....
My hair used to be dark brunette with natural auburn highlights, and for most of my life it was long. Nowadays, my hair is grey and I keep it relatively short. If the truth be known, my hair isn't as thick as it once was, too.
Oh! Well! Too bad...there ain't nuttin fake about me!
Self-confident and authentic people have the guts to grow older gracefully without having to resort to "Fakery" or to desperately try to hang on to their youth. To every time there is a season. I take my hat off to you.Delete
There is nothing remotely amusing about Trump.Delete
What about his tiny hands?Delete
You have been caught in a rare (for you) extraneous apostrophe situation. Since it dealt with a proper noun in a foreign country, you can easily be forgiven. Donald is not from Queen's, he is from Queens. The five boroughs of New York City cover five counties: Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island, Kings (not King's, note, which is also Brooklyn), and Queens.ReplyDelete
You are absolved of your transgressions. Go and sin no more.
We all make mistakes and I am most grateful for your apocryphal advice Mr B. Thank you/Delete
I thought the apostrophe in "Queens" was cute. Queens is my next door neighbor here on the Isle of Long and I have no idea why it's a plural instead of a possessive.ReplyDelete
Pardon me while I gag on Lee's comment that "Many are probably jealous he still has a good head of hair for a man of his age." Yeah. That's it. We're jealous. Of his good hair. That's what bothers us about that POS. His hair.
I thought the borough was still called Queen's because it was named after the historical Queen's County - just as Brooklyn was in King's County. Somewhere along the line that poor little apostrophe got lost.Delete
I hope someone gave you a good whack on your back so you didn't choke, Vivian.Delete
As you are...I, too, am entitled to my opinion.
But why so mush emphasis has to be made all the time about Trump's hair beats me.
Maybe all the Lefties should talk about the dumb and dumber clowns who disgraced themselves as they protested through the streets in the US sporting fake vaginas on their heads!
Looks like those blond waves have crashed on his forehead. But nevertheless, Mr YP, absolutely hilarious.ReplyDelete
You can imagine tiny surfers on his head.Delete
I freely admit to my current hair colour coming from a bottle. It is the same as my natural colour was before I turned grey, a process that started when I was in my late 20s. Nowadays, I would be completely white without it, and somehow I do not yet feel ready for this at 50. One day I'll stop going to the hairdresser's for colouring, just not yet.ReplyDelete
As for men, there are many such examples. Take Silvio Berlusconi - everybody knows his black hair would have stopped being black decades ago if it weren't for chemical help.
Where I sometimes go for a pedicure or face care, I usually have to wait a few minutes. I often see men there for the same treatments as women, and it is considered perfectly normal here.
PS: My Dad is 76 and has been having regular pedicures at a salon for years.Delete
Ludwigsburg men are clearly well in touch with their feminine sides! Good job they don't inhabit Yorkshire! Thank you for sharing your own hair story. I had no idea.Delete
Awesome sarcasm in this post.ReplyDelete
Eh? I thought my sarcasm was cleverly camouflaged!Delete
Good description of Trump. Fakery. I am convinced he believes his own lies. That's all he believes.ReplyDelete
I used the term "fakery" because of his constant bleating about so-called "fake news". His hair and his "suntan" are symbolic of his own unauthentic character.Delete