Cheers II Animated Dads: 8 Premium Fatherly Brews

To celebrate Father’s Day, EveryGuyed and Moxy Creative House have teamed up once again to deliver the second installment of the ‘Cheers!’. This time we had creative director Glenn Michael raise a glass – and his brush – to 8 iconic animated dads, re-envisioning them as beer cans. Check the rest out here at EveryGuyed.

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Transformulas Professional White ‘StainLess’ Teeth Whitener

So you have an audition or photoshoot the next day and you’ve been drinking coffee and wine pretty heavily? Not to worry because Transformulas has a new teeth whitener with specially formulated mint gel that eliminates those nasty stains and discoloration. It works by pulling the moisture out of your teeth as Carbamide Peroxide enters […]

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The Sartorialist for Kiehl’s Limited Edition Dopp Kit

Just in time for father’s day, historic NYC apothecary Keihl’s has teamed up with Scott Schuman of the Sartorialist to create this limited edition dopp kit. The dopp bag itself isn’t much to write about, being a simple navy bag with Sartorialist and Kiehl’s branding applied, but those familiar with the skincare brand will know […]

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Mustache Pattern Socks

We love a good mustache-referencing item here at FinerCut – as one can see here – and these socks from Urban Outfitters are no exception. Crew-length and made form a cotton/spandex blend, these socks feature an all over mustache print that’s sure to provide just the right amount of sartorial flourish when it comes to […]

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Vintage ‘Old Spice Lime’ Commercial

A great vintage Old Spice commercial for their new scent, ‘Old Spice Lime’. Full of sexual innuendo, & (if we’re reading this correctly) a somewhat underplayed racism with the association of the tropics with uncivilized people. Those were some interesting times in advertising.

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FSC Barber Opens SF Shop

Whenever I go to NYC, I always make sure to do 2 things: let my hair grow out a little before I arrive, & make an appointment at one of the two Freeman’s Barbershops. Well, not those West-coaster’s can get a quality, old-school chop at FSC’s new 1,200 square-foot shop in The Mission in San […]

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Washington Man Shaves Off 9/11 Beard

Gary Weddle of Washington had a particularly unique investment in Osama bin Laden being found by the U.S.; he started growing a beard on Sept. 11th 2001, and would not shave it off until the terrorist was discovered and captured. In what is perhaps the most bizarre act of patriotism we’ve seen in recent memory […]

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P&G Launches the FREE Brand Sampler for Men!

One of the most dominant forces in the men’s grooming industry, P&G, wants to reward those men that take their grooming seriously with a customized sampler of some of their newest & hottest products, for FREE. Seriously, all you have to do is head over to Brand Sampler For Men, follow a few prompts, & […]

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The White Knight/Black Hat Guide

The only thing better than a comic book is a FREE comic book, which makes May 7th – better known to all the hero’s & villains out there as ‘Free Comic Book Day’ – one to highlight on your X-Men calendar. To celebrate EveryGuyed and Moxy Creative asked one of our trusty caped crusaders, James […]

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Ursa Major ‘Stellar Shave Cream’ Review

We tend to get our share of products here at the FinerCut offices, and more often than naught, most are a forgettable part of the job. This was not the case with Ursa Major’s ‘Stellar Shave Cream’. From the moment we received it, we felt a sense that this was a shave cream that would […]

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