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The neurotic who first strung the phrase “love-hate relationship” together could have been thinking of me—and sunscreen. Like most guys, I spread the stuff across my face with the care and enthusiasm of a road crew pouring asphalt. That said, I do realize that I can't just reach for any old—by which I mean probably long-expired—tube in the drawer where I keep my flip-flops and shorts off-season. For reliable protection, you need a sunscreen with broad-spectrum SPF 30 (or higher). As you head out of town for Memorial Day weekend, consider one of these, each suited to different users in the sunny days ahead.
A couple of months ago, I cut my hair from just below my bra line to just below my chin. It felt amazing—for five minutes. Then I passed a twentysomething girl with the long ombré waves formerly known as my long ombré waves, and I wanted to weep. I had made a serious mistake.
Taking a cue from Mad Men costar (and color chameleon) January Jones, Elisabeth Moss went from blonde to brunette and back to blonde again. What do you think of her new golden highlights? [StyleBistro]
Axe has never been shy about advertising itself as an aphrodisiac, but the most recent example is outlandish-verging-on-offensive. The new commercial, which features a woman falling for her home intruder, is causing controversy. But let's be honest, wasn't that the whole point? [AdWeek]
If you watched—and cried like a baby over—Dove's Real Beauty Sketches, you're not alone. The video has been viewed 114 million times in 25 different languages, making it the most-watched online ad of all time. [Racked]
Your mother could be to blame for your foot problems (and no, not because she introduced you to your favorite pointy-toed Manolos). A new study shows that bunions and other issues typically caused by heels are actually hereditary. [Huffington Post]
Amazon launched a snazzy men's grooming boutique today—and it's actually making us a little jealous. The sleek black-and-white design (complete with how-tos and tips) is a much-needed upgrade from the men's deodorant (and occasional soap plus shampoo plus conditioner combo) aisle in the drugstore. [WWD]