1. 17 Facts About Beards That You Didn't Know About.

In this video produced by Fact Verse, you will learn some facts about beards that you did not know, especially as a Man. For example, Did you know that Shaving your Beard can make you look Old and Young at the same time? Watch this video to learn more.

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2. Men's Facial Hair Styles Women Love and Hate.

This is a very short video about Men's Facial Hair Styles. In this video, Ashley brought her friend, Sabrina, on to help her go over the facial hairstyles women love and hate and figure out what is best based on your age and face shape. Watch and Learn.

 Published by Ashley Weston.

3. 4 Secrets To Keeping Your Shirt Tucked In ALL DAY.

This is a very short video that is straight to the point. In this video you will not only learn secret ways to keep your Shirt Tucked in all day but you will also learn the following according to video time:

  • 0:29 - 3 Housekeeping Tips
  • 1:04 - The Basic Tuck
  • 1:22 - The Military Tuck
  • 1:51 - The Underwear Tuck
  • 2:09 - Shirt Stays

Watch and Learn.

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4. 12 Things Men Wear That Women Love.

Ashley Weston has seen so many videos and articles of men telling other men the things men wear that women love or even 10 things she thinks are sexy. Except there's a bit of an issue, at least in my eyes - the last time I checked, these guys weren't women. So who said they now speak for women? So to fix this, She polled all her female friends and came up with an actual list of 12 things men wear that women love - by women. . Watch and Learn.

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5. How to Tie a Nicky Knot.

This video by Charles would teach you how we tie a Nicky knot. So it's a pretty simple knot to tie and it works almost with any type of tie or collar. And you want to start with the tie upside down, with the wide end on the left hand side.

So this is how you start. The wide end goes underneath the narrow end. You go over the top once and pull it out on the same side. So this is what you have.

Now you go over to the front, underneath through the back, and now you should be in this position so the tie is upside down. So this is a tie from my friend Cara Patrizio from Capelli in Naples, Italy. And this is how you proceed. So your tie is upside down. You go around the back, through the top. You're almost there. Now the last step you have to complete is reverse the knot, loosen it gently, and slide the white part inside the loop that you've created for that.

Adjust it nicely. Tighten the knot, and there you go. You have your Merovingian knot. So after spending so much time tying the knot, it's something you don't want to wear when you're really casual.

The narrow end should be about six inches higher than the wide end. And when you start tying the Nicky knot you want to go underneath with the wide end, you bring it up and under the collar, pull out on the right hand side and then you switch hands, like that, and then you're ready to go over, under, not too tight so you can easily pull it gently through the loop.

Adjust it, pull it gently, and you should obtain a fairly symmetrical knot that works with any type of collar, really, any type of tie and it's good for any formal occasion, really. And this is the result you obtain. And that's the Nicky knot.

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6. How to Tie a Merovingian Knot.

This video by Charles would teach you how to tie the Merovingian knot. It's also called Ediety knot. So the way you want to start for this knot, it's a knot that goes around the narrow side quite a few times, so you want to wear the wide end fairly long compared to the narrow end, probably about 20 inches below depending on the length of your tie.

So this is how you start. The wide end goes underneath the narrow end. You go over the top once and pull it out on the same side.

So this is what you have. Now you go over to the front, underneath through the back, and now you should be in this position so the tie is upside down. So this is a tie from his friend Cara Patrizio from Capelli in Naples, Italy. And this is how you proceed.

So your tie is upside down. You go around the back, through the top. You're almost there. Now the last step you have to complete is reverse the knot, loosen it gently, and slide the white part inside the loop that you've created for that. Adjust it nicely.

Tighten the knot, and there you go. You have your Merovingian knot. So after spending so much time tying the knot, it's something you don't want to wear when you're really casual.

It's really a knot that is used in formal occasions, probably wearing a three piece suit, for example, or a nice blazer. And definitely going with a sophisticated look with this type of knot.

The guy who created this knot probably watch Matrix a little bit too much, but this is probably where the name came from, the Merovingian knot.

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7. How to Tie a Prince Albert Knot

This video by Charles would teach you how to tie the Prince Albert knot. Unfortunately, Prince Albert couldn't be with us today to explain to us why he named a tie knot. But it's pretty cool. Charles wishes to own tie knot system as well one day. It's a pretty simple knot. You start with the wide end on the left hand side. You want to have the wide end much longer than the narrow end, probably about 20 inches depending on the width and the length of your tie.

And it's really a good knot if you often have the problem of ties being too long, because it goes over twice.

We'll see it in a few seconds. You go twice over the narrow end. So it has the effect of making a longer tie the appropriate length. So in order to start with this knot, you, like I said, have the wide end on the left hand side. And you go over the narrow end once, under, over again. Not too tight, so you can pull the wide end through the loop afterwards.

And then you just repeat another full revolution around the narrow end. Bring it up underneath, and finish up the knot by sliding it in through the loop. Adjust your collar. I'm using here a tie from my friend Patrizio from Capelli, handmade ties in Napoli, one of my favorite ties. And this is the result you should obtain with the Prince Albert knot. So a pretty formal knot, and it works with any type of collar, and it's pretty fluffy, and it should be asymmetrical.

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8. How to Tie a Windsor Knot.

The Windsor knot is actually a very simple knot to tie, and it's very useful because it projects confidence. So it's a wide, triangular knot that's very suitable for presentations, job interviews, or cultural appearances, which I hope you don't frequent too often. So this is how you start.

You just find the right balance depending on the length of your tie, with the wide end on the right hand side and the narrow end on the left. You might want to adjust exactly where the center of the tie should be at in the middle of your neck. So this is how you start. You cross over the wide end over the narrow end. You bring the wide end through the loop between the collar and the tie. And you bring the wide end back down.

Then you just pull the wide end underneath, and then bring it up through the loop again in order to have a symmetrical shape, which should look like this. And you're almost done. There's only the easy part left and the most rewarding. Pull the wide end in front. Bring the wide end underneath, and then slide it inside the loop and tie it in the knot. You draw the knot up in order to fit your collar. So it's a knot that's really suitable for widespread collars. Lastly, you can just adjust and tighten how big of a knot you like to obtain. This is how you tie a Windsor knot.

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