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A portion of sales will help low-income students cover college costs.

By Associated_Press Sep 25, 2013 6:52PM

ringNEW YORK — Jay-Z's latest collaboration is with Barneys New York, whose flagship store is creating an "immersive gallery space" with him for the holidays.

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The partnership will include limited-edition Jay-Z designs including watches and a humidor, along with products from Balenciaga, Balmain, Lanvin, Proenza Schouler and other designers, all in a palette of black, white, gold and silver.

A quarter of sales will go to Jay-Z's Shawn Carter Foundation, which helps low-income students cover college costs.

 

Keep it trimmed, go old school -- and be prepared for extra attention.

By GQ Magazine Sep 24, 2013 8:34PM

Men with mustachesBy Kristen Dold

Has Hollywood finally grown tired of the urban hipster beard and seven day stubble? It would appear so, according to the finely trimmed lip foliage of men like James Franco, Colin Farrell, and Jason Sudeikis. (Even Justin Bieber's upper lip hair is showing signs of life.) And while the facial fur is often associated with vintage porn stars, dictators, and washed up country stars, the resurgence isn't unwelcome by all: "Mustaches for some look new again and depending on the face and personality can fit well," says Vaughn Acord, owner of Mizu salon in New York City and stylist to celebs like Tom Brady, Ashton Kutcher, and Bruce Springsteen. Below, Acord lays out his rules for getting your Tom Selleck on:

 

Use a face wash with salicylic acid, try a quick-fix gel and don't forget to moisturize.

By GQ Magazine Sep 20, 2013 5:04PM

Sebastian StanBy Kristen Dold

The dilemma: Your awkward teen years are way behind you, but you still get the occasional pimple brought on by greasy skin. (Case in point: Sebastian Stan seen here at Comic Con.) Lots of men have overactive sebaceous glands, which can lead to small pools of excess oil on the face. The good news for guys like Stan is that slick skin ages better and is less prone to wrinkles. The bad news: You look unprofessional and sloppy. Check out these five products made to keep shine at bay.

 

Whatever you do, don't even mention the word 'diet.'

By Mens Health Magazine Sep 19, 2013 4:42PM

Man and womanBy Madeline Haller

Choose your words wisely: Encouraging your partner to diet may actually do more harm than good, says a new study from the University of Minnesota. 

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She can provide you with guidance at the office -- and make work less stressful.

By Joy Jernigan - MSN Living Editor Sep 18, 2013 5:27PM

work spouseThe unemployment rate has been ticking lower over the past two years, but for those Americans who do have jobs, work remains a huge source of stress.

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A Work Stress Survey released earlier this year, conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Everest College, found that 83 percent of Americans were stressed out on the job, up from 73 percent the year before. Among the top stressors: poor pay and increased workloads.

 

If you want to get inked, consider an area that's easily covered by clothing.

By Mens Health Magazine Sep 17, 2013 5:15PM

Man with tattoosBy Paige Greenfield
Your ink could cause more harm than you think: Tattoos may reduce your chances of landing a job, finds new research from the University of St. Andrews.

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In the study, managers reported negative perceptions toward tattooed applicants. Some said that tattoos are the first thing hiring managers talk about when you leave; others admitted that if there were two equal applicants, they'd probably choose the one without a tat.

 

Ice cubes, deodorant and even lip balm can clot that nick.

By GQ Magazine Sep 16, 2013 4:41PM

Man shavingBy Kristen Dold
What's worse than a rushed morning shave as a result of over-snoozing? Bloodshed, via razor. If Dad taught you to plug up shave nicks with bits of toilet paper, know there are better, faster home remedies for treating wounds and getting out the door. Here are five:

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1. Deodorant
Most antiperspirants contain aluminum chloride that can, in addition to shrinking sweat glands, constrict blood vessels and clot a nick.

 

Step outside, lower your arm and, oh yeah -- smile.

By Joy Jernigan - MSN Living Editor Sep 13, 2013 4:43PM

Man taking 'selfie' photo.By Diana Stanczak, Men's Health Magazine

It's official: We're living in the age of shameless self-photography. "Selfies" now make up 30 percent of all photos among people ages 18 to 24, according to a recent survey by Samsung.

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The poll also found that men are more likely than women to snap a selfie. So if you insist on shooting your own online dating profile pic or headshot for the company website, here's how to put your best face forward -- without looking like your 12-year-old daughter conducting an iPhone photo shoot.

 
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