All the tips and tricks needed to shape up for 2013. Each day brings new, expert advice on how to look your best and live life to the fullest, while having a little fun doing it.
Get a bad haircut and you're marred for a month, if not longer. According to J.P. Mastey, the grooming guru behind Baxter of California, a haircut should be an easy, relaxing experience—a ritual that results in a better you every six weeks. So when the brand decided to open their own barbershop two years ago, they made a place you'd want to come back to. "It's everything you expect to find in an authentic old school barber," says Mastey, not some slick chop house. Here, he offers pointers on what to look for in a quality barbershop.
The standard tip for a quality cut is 15% of the total bill.