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Hair has been a symbol of masculine strength and virility for thousands of years. Think back to Biblical stories when Samson lost his power after an untimely haircut! While many things have changed since those days, one thing that hasn't it that women see long well-kept hair as being sexy and frankly a lot of guys do too. Don't worry though, we've put together a guide for how you can grow your hair long and look great.

We all know what is it like to have to strike a balance between keeping warm and cosy through the autumn and winter months without compromising on style and fashion. 

At one point in our lives, simply splashing water and soap on our faces was enough. However, like other parts of our bodies, aging makes our skin harder to keep looking good once we start to become older. Now, in my early 40's I'm starting to realize that. Looking at my face there are lines and wrinkles that remind me of my age every time I look in the mirror. Where did the time go?!?

When it comes to summer and winter, our wardrobe choices are simple, as we know the weather is either going to be cold or warm. Plus, these are both major fashion seasons, with lots of guides on what you should and shouldn’t wear.

The man bun is a terrible trend that needs to go away. It represents the worst aspects of feminized masculinity possible. While long hair can be rugged and masculine, putting it up in a bun is like hiding your power. I'm not saying that you have to have long hair to be a strong modern man ... but what's the point of growing it long just to tie it up and look like a woman in the process? Despite my feelings on this ridiculous hairstyle, it seems to be permeating certain sectors of society and splintering into all sorts of sub-styles of the man bun. Which one drives you the most crazy when you see it?