If it is, you are not alone. Millions of men suffer from issues with sensitive skin. Fortunately, there are ways to help soothe your aching epidermis.
Sweaters play an important role in a man's wardrobe. Come colder weather, they're a great way to layer for warmth and style.
The men of "Jersey Shore" continue to defy gravity with their sculptural hair. How do they do it?
Sporting the Mr. Clean look is no longer just for hair loss victims. It's bold, in style and just a bit intimidating.
If all your shoes are named after athletes and are more at home on the basketball court than in the boardroom, it's time to update your look.
Old-school thinking says that jewelry is strictly for women, and that real men don't wear anything other than a watch and a wedding ring. Times have changed.
Horizontal knitwear was so prevalent on the runways this season that it's suddenly the coolest thing you can wear on the weekends.
Jeans don't automatically have to mean "casual" -- all you have to do is avoid obvious mistakes and enhance them with a few easy additions.
With trick-or-treating season quickly approaching, you'll want to get into the spirit of Halloween without wreaking havoc on your skin.
Experiment all you want, but there is an ideal haircut for everybody -- and it has more to do with the shape of your head than the popular trends.
Here are 11 unique yet cool costumes that are sure to help you take home the prize … the Best Dressed prize, of course.
Glasses are more than just a way to pretend you went to Yale. They make a stronger statement about who you are than any other accessory.
Learn how to press your clothes, or, in a pinch, how to look wrinkle-free without an iron.
Wondering what kind of big- and small-screen superhero series can you expect to see next? Here's a look at four categories.
Whether you're looking for basics or the hot designs for this fall, these sites have the best selections and the best deals so you can dress smart -- without losing your shirt.
With fall approaching quickly, it's time to pull your cashmere sweaters and wool suits out of storage so you're not left out in the cold when temperatures drop.
I love my mountain-man style, but my girlfriend hates it. What can I do to impress her -- and still maintain my own style?