Gillette Kiss & Tell Giveaway
Ladies which do you prefer: a man with a smooth, clean shaven face or a man with facial hair (ie. beard, moustache, goatee)? I’m on the fence with this question myself. John has had a beard and moustache for the last 2 years. However, when I first met him he was clean shaven. I like his facial hair and think it makes him look handsome, but I think he looks younger without it.
Here’s a picture of John and I back in October with his current look.
Here’s a picture from 2009 on our trip to Niagara Falls when he was shaving.
The facial hair definitely makes him older don’t you think? I’m trying to convince him that it’s time for a change and to just shave it all off! It’s always so itchy when he kisses me.
Gillette surveyed Canadian women about this very topic and the results were interesting. 80% of women like their man with a smooth or clean shaven face. However, 60% of women do like the look of a light stubble or five o’clock shadow and describe it as “rugged” and “sexy”. When asked who they would rather kiss, a whopping 75% said they would prefer a man who is smooth or clean shaven. Can’t say I really blame them! Those moustaches can hurt! 72% of women said that kissing a guy with facial hair has irritated or scraped their face.
I’ve got just the products John needs when he is ready to get rid of that extra facial hair: Gillette Fusion ProGlide Sensitive Shave Gel and Gillette Fusion ProGlide SilverTouch razor.
Gillette Fusion ProGlide Sensitive Shave Gel is a dermatologist tested that hydrates to soften hair and help protect skin, so the razor can comfortably glide for an incredibly close shave. It’s also gentle on sensitive skin.
The Gillette Fusion ProGlide SilverTouch is Gillette’s #1 shave for sensitive skin and is recommended by Canadian Dermatologists for skin comfort. The Gillette Fusion ProGlide SilverTouch features finer, thinner blades and a low resistance coating to glide comfortably over the skin.
The shave gel and razor are now in stores across Canada. The shave gel has a SRP of $7.49 while the razor SRP is $12.99 (manual) and $14.99 (power).
John’s face is very sensitive which is one of the reasons he doesn’t shave very often. I’m looking forward to seeing how he likes these two products and seeing his “boyish” good looks again! I miss it!
What do you think is more kissable: smooth or stubble?
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