(THis is my first instructable so please be nice.)Well I am a Junior in high school and I constantly see people that look terrible. Well I've decided to help those in need out. You can become more attractive in simple steps that are usually overlooked by us males. They may seem a bit feminine but do help out a good amount. Most of these are common sense though so here ya go.

Step 1: Shaving

First I have a small rule of thumb with facial hair and that is if you can't grow it all shave it off. Well as you can see it doesnt look to cool. From what i can tell it just maks me look dirtier and on most it does too.
This is helpful, considering your provide strait up instructions and good examples. I just realized that I have been starting to grow a uni-brow. I am getting it removed tomorrow with tweezers, and after thinking about it, I see girls stare and then look in a upwards direction like looking at my forehead. Guess that's why women are getting turned off.
The only thing I would add to this is how to take care of your nails. I cannot tell you how many times I've thought somebody was attractive only to look at their hands (which are REALLY important by the way), and see long, dirty nails. Eugh! I know many other girls feel the same way.
Or worse-short, dirty, scraggly nails. I used to bite my nails a lot but I recently kicked that habit and I feel and look much better.
This is all common sense....
nice job! Congratulations
Nice job, buddy. I especially like your tip not to grow facial hair unless you can. You're right -- scraggly sparse whiskers just look like dirt. Resist the urge to show what (little) you've got, and wait until you have some manly beardage.
 I also suggest plucking those nose and ear hairs that older guys get.  I have seen some really nasty looking noses.  Women do it, I see no reason men shouldn't.
Hey man awsonme instructable but i think ur missing one thing and that is that nails should look eqaul and nice looking
Hey Dude... This has Really helped me... Thanx for posting it! :)
Just be careful of the harmful (not FDA proven.... like that means much) effects of anti-perspirent deoderants that contain bad aluminum compounds. Do some searches and you'll see. I'd rather be healthy than smell fantastic because of my deoderant.
Correlation is not causation. Scaremongering is irresponsible (and in some cases, downright dangerous).<br/><br/>There is little evidence for aluminium as a deadly toxin. However, I don't expect people to take my word for it, I <strong>do</strong> expect them to go and do their research and make their own informed decisions on the matter. If anyone says <em> &quot;X causes Y&quot; </em> and doesn't have a shred of evidence for it, then you should treat that statement with scepticism.<br/><br/>Of course a person saying <em>&quot;Don't use antiperspirant and you'll never get Alzheimer's&quot;</em> is going to be more popular than the person who says <em>&quot;We have little idea what causes Alzheimer's, and as such there is no precaution we can suggest against it&quot;</em>. The simple fact is that most complex problems don't have simple solutions, and people love a scapegoat. <br/>
I wouldn't say that I'm "scaremongering" about getting diseases. I am just saying that I'd rather err on the side of caution on this one, based on what studies have been done. (looking at aluminum concentrations and alzheimer's; linking antiperspirants to clogged sweat glands and lymph problems; etc.) Jeeez. We're just talking about deodorant. And I never said that aluminum is a deadly toxin. If anyone says "X causes Y" then you should worry, because NOTHING has a single cause/effect relationship unless you narrow your view of the systems down to exclude all the other factors.
You urge caution against the <em>harmful</em> effects of <em>bad aluminium compounds</em> - if that is not a statement about toxicity then what is?<br/><br/>Then you dump on the FDA without anything to back up that statement except your own fears, and without any valid contrary evidence - if that isn't scaremongering then what is?<br/><br/>You <strong>are</strong> making a claim as to the safety of antiperspirants containing aluminium - I cannot see how that could possibly be disputed. <br/><br/>The only point that is really relevant is whether your statements have any veracity. The very fact that you claim that nothing has a single cause effectively shoots down your warning - what causes the problem? Antiperspirant + <em>X</em>? Without knowing what <em>X</em> is you cannot understand what is causal and what is correlated. Knowing that, how could you possibly give any warning in good faith?<br/><br/>Additionally, it is <strong>exactly</strong> by narrowing our focus that we can gain insights into root causes, but as demonstrated so plainly here, to focus on one detail to the exclusion of all others is to reach a flawed conclusion (ie. aluminium is present in increased concentrations in the brains of those suffering from Alzheimer's disease, therefore aluminium causes Alzheimer's). If you truly wish to err on the side of caution I would suggest this is the place to start.<br/>
This is so silly. I have no idea why you're being so abrasive and argumentative, rather than trying to elicit healthy discussion and exploration of the topic. I should clarify that I never said aluminum compounds are DEADLY toxins (when ingested/used as prescribed). The FDA isn't always necessarily right. Bisphenol A and Vioxx are examples and there are others. The FDS is not infallible. That's all I meant. Just because someone says that something is completely healthy and safe (or that health effects are unknown) doesn't mean that you shouldn't be skeptical. There are probably tons of consumer products that we use daily with side effects that won't be known for another decade. We just don't know. That's the point. The evidence isn't completely substantiated. But it's better to go with the safe bet. I never told anyone to go throw rocks at Old Spice HQ for trying to kill people, I just said "be careful," which, to me, would mean "look into it." As to causation: I never claimed that deoderant is the only cause of anything. I'd go as far as to say that I fundamentally believe that "root causes" don't exist, and I don't recall ever stating otherwise. nice avatar, btw.
Very nice to hear from a cute guy. Hopefully other guys out there will listen!
It's about time some one your age says what the rest of us have been thinking. Good job kid.
Is it just me or are half of these images sideways? Wait. Let me turn my monitor. No, half of them are still sideways. (sigh)
If you read this please comment so i know how to make this better thank you
yur quite a looker :)
Well thank you i do try lol
Well done chap. Good suggestions all gentleman should know.

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