I enjoy having a healthy lifestyle, eating well, working out, hanging with friends and appreciating that occasional glass (or bottle) of wine, when it´s least expected. It doesnt mean that I don't eat shitty food sometimes, that I´m not lazy and that I don't skip gym when I feel down. It´s all part of a balanced life and keeps body and mind fit....and healthy. There are also days when I feel age is starting to bother me, but it´s then that I'm happy my values are stronger than whatever´s expected, and I just accept and appreciate my face and all the "lines" of the life and roads I've walked..and dude, there has been some phenomenal roads!!!! So what IS really expected??! Do we really depend so much on our appearance that we´ve forgotten to appreciate where the real beauty is????!!!! I see soooo many boys now, walking around with that same robot looking face...lips and cheeks all plumped up, and the rest totally paralyzed. WTF just happened??!!! Is that really what we expect now? Total disconnection from those beautiful lines proving you´ve actually lived a life...and from guys? Well, it´s not what I call very sexy!
Its not weird people are talking about the end of the world, cause these faces look like a living nuclear reactor, ready to explode anytime...and of course we should be scared of that to happen! DANGER DANGER!!! They all get the same scary emptiness, and is not what I feel is a part of a healthy lifestyle. You shouldnt depend soo much on your looks, that you ruin what´s really natural and really beautiful....and what "all" women can agree on is a hot feature on guys, that raw and masculine face.
But I feel we are loosing that masculinity, because we are living in a time where femininity influence us more and more. Nothing wrong with feminine values, its just that all the focus on how we look has gone too far, and I think the reason for any man to take botox, is that he is actually comparing himself with a woman. Guys like Bruce Wills, Brad Pitt, Harrison Ford all look great with their manfaces and even our prime minister Jens Stoltenberg is pretty hot the way he looks. Imagine him with no wrinkles and all plumped up. Man, he wouldn't be trustworthy...or sexy...at all!
It would be interesting to hear who the botox boys compare themselves with, cause it´s very hard imagining them say "I want skin like Gerard Butler", cause then there would be no reason to go plastic...dude´s got wrinkles and charm written all over him! It´s definitely not wrong with a natural face. Take a shower in the morning, live healthy and stay away from the needle. I don't think any man really needs it...unless he wants to feel like a woman ;)
Christian Slater used to be sexy...read: USED to be..until he got damaged by the botox culture
Mickey Rourke then and now...this is not ok!
Gerard Butler rocking the botox free area
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From the opening of the website, together with the editor herself, Camilla Pihl and comedian Henrik Thodesen
The way they´re thinking makes the hoodie not just durable and well-crafted, but it makes the process more eco friendly too. They even offer free mending for 10 years if anything should happen to rip or come apart at the seams. Eco friendly is just the way to go, and although I cant guarantee for the eco friendly part of their whole production, is pretty logical that the longer clothing will last, the less waste it´s gonna be. You can back them in their most recent kickstarter campaign to get it all going, HERE!
Because of the bluetooth system, I played music from my Iphone, and the dark wood detail and leather case makes it masculine and super good looking. Perfect for any guy traveling!
Sunglasses from Porsche
Tom Ford sunnies...you can get them at Krogh Optikk
Sunglasses from Bottega Veneta. You can get them at Krogh Optikk
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