So, why do you need to “Manscape”? Lets look at the facts.

  1. In 2016, the global male grooming market is estimated to be worth about USD 21.4 billion. (
  2. 57% of men used between six and ten items per day, 25% use between 11 and 15 items every day and 7%used more than 16 products. (
  3. 44% of men who “manscape” said they simply wanted to look their best. 32% stated their partners encouraged them to, and 13% claimed they were inspired by celebrities. (
  4. 71% of women prefer men to trim their back hair and 33% would prefer a full-on shave. (PR Newswire)
  5. 83% of women wish men would remove more hair from their buttocks.(PR Newswire)
  6. Over half of casually dating or divorced women think chest hair should be trimmed, although 42% would be turned off if a man shaved all their chest hair.(PR Newswire)
  7. 60% of women think there should be some sort of hair maintenance going on in the groin area.(PR Newswire)
  8. 52% of men said they would consider shaving if their partner wanted them to.(PR Newswire)
  9. 21% of women said they would never bring the topic of hair maintenance up with their partner in case it hurt their feelings.(PR Newswire)

Let’s face it, women expect more!  Now, this isn’t surprising, we expect quite a bit from women. The hours they spend in the bathroom, though sometimes annoying, is appreciated when we parade her around our friends. Men are quick to chime in about their likes and dislikes when it comes to their girls’ personal grooming habits, and more often than not it gets us in trouble. Women on the other hand won’t be quick to admit the fact that they often have very strong preferences on the subject of body hair.  And some very strong body hair turnoffs.  It’s obvious women want us to avoid looking like Chewbacca in the bedroom and at the beach. But did you catch that subtle hint about your back hair? Or maybe the hair that started growing out of your ears or nose? How about when she “laughed” about your excessively furry chest?

Whether you’ve been told to your face or not,  if you are a man with hair, its time for you to start Manscaping!

Check out the links on the right for an in-depth look at how to correctly Manscape each part of you body, and the top tools used for Manscaping.

The #1 Manscaping tool.
Philips Norelco BG2040/34 Bodygroom 7100


9 Responses to “”

  1. Steve February 23, 2015 at 8:31 am Permalink

    Dude I totally agree. I expect a lot from my girl. And she expects me to look good too. Trimming keeps her happy… Which keeps me happy! Ha ha!

  2. Stacey February 23, 2015 at 8:35 am Permalink

    My husband has a pretty hairy back. I got him the mangroomer for Christmas a while ago. He says he loves it. Thanks

  3. BigDaddy February 24, 2015 at 12:46 pm Permalink

    Dude, I would never shave my chest or butt or anything. But I am a big hairy guy, and trimming the brush is seriously a must.

  4. Josh February 26, 2015 at 8:19 am Permalink

    I cut my own hair and use the Wahl trimmer on the top ten list. I love that thing!!! I’ve had mine for almost 10 years. And I will admit, it has been used to trim some more sensitive areas.

  5. Matt March 26, 2015 at 6:29 am Permalink

    I hate my nose hair. And I always sneeze when I trim my nose hair. Does that happen to anyone else?

  6. George September 22, 2015 at 5:56 am Permalink

    I am a big fan of using a safety razor. Best shave ever.

  7. Tai April 21, 2016 at 3:58 pm Permalink

    So glad I read this! awesome. Thanks

  8. TJ June 21, 2016 at 7:43 pm Permalink

    Fresh Balls Lotion!!! I wouldn’t ever buy it at a store…. I order mine on Amazon. Good stuff.

  9. Jake August 22, 2016 at 7:54 pm Permalink

    My girl said if I look bush I ain’t getting any. she’s pretty strait forward and I like that.

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