Men moisturize your skin, after a shower or a bath. When moisturizing your face take care to do your eye wells, your lips, behind your ears, your neck, and the top of your back. Let it dry in. This is why some people have fewer wrinkles and soft skin. Moisturizer is wax for the skin. Use a lotion with cocoa butter or Shea butter over one with aloe. You can use a baby lotion (remember). You may use a lotion for your skin, and oil for your feet. When caught short you could use a petroleum jelly over having clean, dry, and exposed skin. A moisturizer is to be applied to your body from the head down; unless you only wax part of your car. It can reduce body odor when dark skin then hair is exposed to heat. If you do not do this, when it gets hot, your body will oil itself. (And it will not smell half as good.) Do it and you will have softer skin, fewer wrinkles, and smell better. You might then use a sunless tanning cream that contains an SPF 30 or more sunblock when you are to have an extended stay outside. Avoid placing it in the wells of your eyes. My mother would say, “Come here baby, let momma put something on ya.” And I got moisturized, face, eye wells, and behind the ears. Then she’d say, “Pouch out baby, pouch out.” And with the same lotion, she moisturized my lips until the texture changed to soft. Lo, these many years I have smooth skin, soft lips, and few wrinkles, and can beat most young at the squint test. All skin cracks; what saves skin is not the genes it’s the Lotion. I use Jergen's original scent: with Lanolin and Glycerin. You can man up and use the kind that is unscented. Still believe, its the genes? Give the lotion back. Note: when you are going to exercise, wash the lotions from the wells of your eyes. Avoid pushing through it. Change lotion containers every month. Something from the outside (or dirty hands) can contaminate the eye. You can wash the bottle and your skin with distilled vinegar or 91%alcohol. You may see a doctor if irritation persists. (This happened one time in over many years of doing this). In the event of onset of acne, you can still preserve your eye wells, ears, and lips. Ask a professional about another moisturizer that can protect your face. You can try 91% alcohol on shiny or oily skin in the interim. Not sure if it will stop the shine. Oh yes, the test. Look into a mirror. Squint one eye; see the wrinkles, at the sides of your eyes, and the skin; the fewer wrinkles the more you win. You only get one (skin). You would not wash your car, dry it, and set it unprotected in the sun. Moisturizer takes the place of wax on the face. It may go a long way in keeping you looking like new. This is harder to do after wrinkles set in or after oxidation. Check your wrinkles against those of a young friend. The old ones do not even tell about the test and do not challenge them. Skin is to be cared for. Apply a water-based moisturizer to your skin to seal and protect your face after it has been exposed to a sharp blade. You may apply an aftershave at this time. Allow it to dry, and then apply a water-based moisturizer to your face. Use a moisturizer which has no scent, or which contains a scent which is compatible with your aftershave. Do your whole face. It is your first defense against wrinkles. It can protect and make skin less prone to irritation: Pseudofolliculitis Barbae: an inflammation of hair follicles. Feel your facial skin. Say, “Mmmm."
Monday, January 4, 2021
Tuesday, December 22, 2020
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Friday, September 11, 2020
Friday, Park at the Capitol Visitors Center Parking Garage, free 1st 2
hrs. Stroll around outside the Capitol Grounds.
Next, visit the Old Bakery and Emporium Museum, Gift Shop, Quilt Shop,
Visitors Information Center, & Art Gallery, with its third floor views of
the Capitol, 10th St. free parking in the back, and 1st Fri Artist Reception.
Get maps of the Texas Capitol Visitors Center, the Texas Capitol Grounds, and
the Texas Capitol. The 17 sculptures are lit up at night. Kick start your weekend with an Austin breakfast at
Word of Mouth Bakery, Walton’s Fancy & Staple Bakery (Sandra
Bullock’s place), or at the famous Driskill 1886 Café (huge cinnamon rolls
& chocolate cake). “Enjoy the outdoors, and maybe work off breakfast.”
Stroll along Congress Avenue, locate the 1 of 2 fee, or the other 3 of 4 free
museums; some are not open, yet you want to know where to go when you return.
Note City Art (CiArt) Angelina Eberly Bronze Sculpture, “Savior of
Austin.” Spend some time touring
Historical 6th St., and reading the Memorial Plaques. Say hello to The “Queen
of Austin" Leslie Cochran, 304 E. 6th St., and to Rod Steward at “Maggie”
Mae’s Irish pub about which he wrote the song; it’s arguably the oldest bar on
6th St. It is across from The Ritz Theatre, originally segregated like others
in Southern states at one time; the side entrance you see to the balcony was
reserved for people of color. Once you’ve worked up your appetite again, lunch.
Try Anchos in The Omni Hotel, or Perry’s Pork Chop (Wednesday &) Friday special, 10:30–5, $16.00, Chez Nous $34 three
courses, you choose, or
Papadom. On your way around downtown Austin, don’t miss
Austin Art in Public Places (AAPP): Pedestrian Geometrics 3rd St., between
Trinity to Nueces, Golden Afternoon, 30 foot sculpture, in the Seaholm Parking
garage, and According 16, the Seaholm Zigzag Retaining Wall near Trader Joe’s, (Kempelen’s
Owls,) and the outside of the Austin Library:
bus #803 or #3. Then on to the
Willie Nelson Sculpture, City Hall Plaza, (& City Hall, 3 Floor People’s
Art Gallery). Spend your afternoon on a Happy Hour walking tour to search for
an Instagram-worthy feast & tasting experience: Casino El Camino all day
M-Su ¾ lb, shareable, Hamburgers, Vince
Young All night Thu 4-7 F-Sa $10 Wagyu Burgers & Fries, Eddie V’s, 4-7, $1 oysters, @7:30 live Jazz, or anytime
Bananas Foster with Amy’s vanilla ice cream, oh my, or Parkside 5-6 Half off designated items
food and drinks. Fulfill your dream of Ice Cream at Prohibition Creamery 12-12
F Sa Su; bus # 4 E. 7th St. and San
Jacinto Blvd. to and from Camal St., or at Morsels’s, and Omni Hotel Bar
for Hagan Dass Ice Cream or Sherbet,
and Peet’s coffee, 6:30 AM–12 AM.
Saturday is for BBQ at Iron Works, Stubbs, Coopers, Lamberts, or Franklins
(order three days ahead): bus #2 E. 7th St. & Colorado St. to the Sheraton
stop. Walk across I-35 overpass to destination, or do seafood at Café Blue
which also offers Amy’s ice cream. “Continue your foodie shopping
adventure by browsing the homemade treats, gourmet snacks and more at the SFC
Farmers ‘Market Downtown,” 9 AM.– 1 PM, at Republic Square Park. “You can visit
the flagship Whole Foods Market on Sixth and Lamar, where all kinds of freshly
made sandwiches, buffet items, baked goods and more await,” bus # 4
Congress and 8th St. to destination, or visit their smaller store on E. 5th St.
After lunch, take the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail, stroll along Lady
Bird Lake scenic shoreline. Ponder plans for night to be back at the Congress bridge
to see the bats come out around sun set (Mar-Oct). Once the sun goes down,
music at the Driskill Bar @ 10, Four Seasons @ 9 and Fairmont @ 9, paired with
menus & specialty cocktails. Other choices, if you have space in your
stomach, one of Austin's hottest dining venues’ inner at Otoko 9C $__ P$150 fancy Sushi, Perla’s, seafood,
iii Fork, steak 5-11, or Bob’s, steak
4:30-12. Sunday is for brunch. Before departing Austin, make your last
day count by indulging in decadent breakfast dishes at Four Seasons,
Stubb’s Gospel Buffet $28, Lambert’s Buffet, Fancy BBQ $40, Suerte,
Brunch, for 4 or more, $30 per person, Manuel’s Brunch, Driskill Hotel, 4-7
Antone’s Blues Brunch, with $13 Po’ Boys. Sunday-only you can take the Salt
Lick & Winery Shuttle Tour. This five-hour tour will take you to Salt Lick
BBQ, or stay downtown and do Perry’s Pork Chop Sunday special, 4-9 $39, 3
course dinner. Uptown Friday try the Carillon. Stroll outside the famous Harry
Ransom Center, Blanton Museum, Bullocks Museum, UT Tower, or take bus # 20 to
the Johnson Presidential Library, or drive there, parking is free. Sunday
lunch, do the Clay Pit, 11-2:20, and the rest you do not get to see - reasons
for coming back to Austin.
Monday, July 20, 2020
Rinse and clean out your razor and blade. Return it to the holder, tray, or drawer, intended to receive it. Change your razor blade at least once a week, and/or any time it appears to be no longer sharp. As a rule, the amount of facial hair you are to have is none. Any facial hair you elect to keep is to be kept clean and groomed. Do this as an acknowledgment that you have been ceded a dear concession, at least for the time being. When you need a reason to shave to go with a recommendation, shaving is to be done. It grooms your appearance, improves your image, and gives you greater confidence, keeps skin looking younger, massages the skin, and removes dead cells.
Sunday, July 19, 2020
“Do not hate the player or the game. Hate (having the talent, and) not knowing the rules.” Get etiquette. Outclass the competition.
Sun McColgin 2011
211 Waller Seaholm Dr.
Eight-foot-tall sculpture unveiled April 20th 4:20 PM
(420 @ 420)
Art on every floor
AAPP Stevie Ray Vaughan Memorial Statue
Bronze. The long bronze “shadow” behind the eight-foot-tall sculpture is that of the man playing his guitar. Ralph Helmick 1994210 Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail 800 W. Riverside Dr.
Lady Bird Lake Vic Mathias Shores
10-6 F Sa
Six stories 200,000 feet of technology and books.
Ann Armstrong 2012
Sodalitas 2013 Brazos St. / Cesar Chavez St. to 7th St.
Cast Bronze, welded steel, paint, decal
Buster Graybill 2009 12017 Amherst Drive
Amherst Dr. East Side Hike and Bike Trail
Dale Whistler 1998
100 ½ Barton Spring Rd.S. Congress Ave. & Barton Spring Rd. Traffic Intersection Points the way to North America’s Largest Mexican free-tailed bat colony of 1.5 million. Can swivel simulating flight.
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Men Filing Fingernails
Repairing Male Nails
Men Shaving Down There
At home, you can forgo deodorant for the last day before your weekend, and just rinse. For social reasons, you may want to develop a natural musky scent.