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  • This Week On The Bald Truth – August 17th – 8pm Eastern

    Special guest: Master pick-up artist, seduction guru and social interaction coach, Wayne Elise.

    Wayne “Juggler” Elise is a contributing author and key character in investigative reporter Neil Strauss’ New York Time’s Best Seller, The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pick-up Artists.

    This how-to autobiographical bible of sorts, chronicles one man’s journey from “average frustrated chump” to “master pickup artist” using techniques devised by a network of men frustrated by their incompetence in sexual seduction.

    One of the most influential members of the seduction community, Wayne Elise is revered by countless men, young and old alike, whose lives have been completely transformed by his teachings and techniques.

    Wayne Elise has also written articles and commentary for Esquire Magazine and Blender, and is the Founder and CEO of Charisma Arts.

     
  • If Stress Leads to Hair Loss …

    Some cases of hair loss are attributed to external health factors, such as when hair loss occurs right after a traumatic experience. This type of hair loss indicates that stress may have a significant impact on how and when we lose our hair. Living a stress-free life is almost impossible. However, there are plenty of ways to better manage stress. By minimizing stress, we can also lower the possibility of acquiring illnesses or physical ailments that are stress-related, including illnesses that might exacerbate or hasten hair hair loss. Here are five tips for minimizing stress:

    Exercise

    Getting plenty of exercise not only keeps you in good physical health, it also keeps you both mentally and emotionally fit. Make sure to get a decent cardiovascular workout into your schedule several times a week!

    Eat a healthy diet

    Many people try to eat a balanced diet to stay trim, but eating right can also boost your immune system and help maintain strength, and these are crucial for coping with stress. Foods that are good for the brain, like tuna, blueberries, and green tea are especially beneficial for stress management. Read more ›

     
  • America’s Obsession with Hair and Beauty

    It’s nothing new. America has been obsessing over vanity for as long as we can remember, from the barroom showgirls of the old west to today’s modern movie stars. We copy their looks, envy their seemingly inherent beauty, and pore over pictures and articles, hoping to find some clue as to how we can look that good.

    In the nineties, TV sitcom Friends was an instant smash hit. Perhaps the only thing greater than the success of the hit show was Jennifer Aniston’s hairdo. Millions of wannabes ran to their hairdresser crying for “The Rachel,” Aniston’s edgy and spunky cut.

    It wasn’t too long before George Clooney had a similar effect on men all across America. His Caesar-style haircut was all the rage, especially after the release of Quentin Tarantino’s film From Dusk Till Dawn. Clooney’s popularity on TV drama ER didn’t hurt either but it was his hot new hairstyle that catapulted him into sex symbol status. His career took off and he became a Hollywood legend. Read more ›

     
 
 

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