Body hair styling: what women want [Infographic]
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Apr 04, 2013 | 13985 views | 0 0 comments | 141 141 recommendations | email to a friend | print
There’s no denying that body grooming is on the rise. In fact, a recent survey found that 63 percent of guys believe men should style their body hair, and 69 percent said women have an influence on how they style. With that in mind, Gillette is helping men to understand what women want when it comes to their preference in male body hair styling. With the Fusion ProGlide Styler, men can trim evenly, shave closely and edge accurately to get exactly the look they want, no matter what it is. As part of this campaign, guys across North America are invited to join a live interactive discussion on April 18th on Gillette’s YouTube channel, hosted by the brand’s first female brand ambassadors – Kate Upton, Hannah Simone and Genesis Rodriguez – kicking off at 12 p.m. PST. Guys will be able to submit any questions they may have about body grooming via social media for the brand ambassadors to answer live. Just visit www.youtube.com/Gillette.


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