Man Sculpting: Shedding your locks without fear

FEATURE — Getting the right haircut can be a challenging – even daunting – experience for some men, because the truth is, the way we style our hair can have a significant impact on the overall image we want to project to the world.

For this episode of “Man Sculpting,” St. George News videographer Sheldon Demke takes the ultimate plunge with the hair virtuosos at Sport Clips of St. George, trading his trademark flowing locks for a dramatic makeover to carry him into the new year.

Watch Sheldon continue his journey of personal improvement on “Man Sculpting” in the media player above

While picking the perfect hairstyle can can have an immediate and positive effect on how we interact with others, the wrong cut has a way of making a person feel off for what seems like forever. 

“What kind of haircut should I get?” and “What hair style will work best for me?” are common questions of frustration that can have men pulling their hair out even before its cut. In a study underwritten by Sport Clips and American Crew, Modern Salon Media investigated trends in male grooming habits and discovered when it comes to “mansculpting” our bodies, the haircut becomes priority number one.

Stylists say the most important thing to remember is choosing the right hairstyle for their personal face shape and finding a professional hair expert with the knowledge and experience to follow through with their wishes.

So men, take your time and find someone you like and that you can easily communicate with. And above all, remember to tip extremely well.

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1 Comment

  • iceplant December 30, 2018 at 7:08 am

    Tyler’s Barber Shop.
    Thank me later.

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