Dr. Lustig is a well-known expert on the men’s hair industry, and has studied the cutting and styling of hundreds of thousands of men’s haircuts over the years.

But he also has a personal interest in the cutting of hair.

Dr Lustig, who is also a clinical psychologist, said men who don’t have natural hair would not be shaving for a reason other than not wanting to look like a woman.

“A lot of guys are cutting their hair and they’re not going to have the natural hair because they just don’t want to look feminine, they just want to be like a guy,” Dr Lustigs research says.

Dr Lustig has published hundreds of articles on the subject, including a book about the men and boys of today, Men Are From Mars, Venus and Mars, which was released in 2011.

But for a lot of men, shaving their hair is just a way of being masculine.

In his latest research, Dr LustIG looked at the shaving habits of almost 400,000 men, finding that some of them shave for a range of reasons including to feel masculine, to protect themselves from disease and to feel confident about their appearance.

Men who shave for hygiene reasons were more likely to be masculine, Dr Lusig found.

Male circumcision rates fell to the lowest level in more than a decade in the US and around the world in 2016.

And in Australia, the trend has not stopped.

Dr Lufang says the Australian government has committed to ending the practice in the country.

“The Government will continue to encourage men to choose natural hair as a way to maintain their health, to look their best, and to live life to the fullest,” he said.

“There are other ways to maintain the health of your hair and prevent it from being cut, such as keeping it in a cool dry place and washing it with a mild detergent.”

The study also looked at whether there was a correlation between men’s shaving behaviour and their testosterone levels.

Researchers looked at information from men’s websites and from other sources, such a social media post or YouTube video.

The results showed that the more men had shaved in the past year, the higher their testosterone.

Dr Sibai says this is an important finding because men who shave regularly and are in good physical health are at higher risk for developing male-pattern baldness.

“I think we can learn a lot from the fact that shaving is one of the ways in which a lot more men are being influenced by their own behaviour,” Dr Siba says.

“I think men who have a natural beard or who are not shaving often have healthier testosterone levels, so I think they’re at an advantage when they’re looking good.”

Dr Siba said there were many more men than women who have natural facial hair, and many who did not.

He said the most important thing for men to do is to learn about shaving and how to keep their natural hair, especially if they want to become confident.

“[It’s] a great way to start a healthy lifestyle, and it’s a way for men and women to grow in confidence,” he says.

“It’s something you can keep doing until you reach the age where you don’t need to worry about shaving anymore.”

Dr Lustigs findings have been published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology.

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