I was watching one of my favourite shows with my husband the other day, and one of the characters shared one of her house rules, “kissing is for shavers”. I immediately told my husband that this is now a rule in our house! I don’t mind a little scruff now and then, but most of the time I would rather just see my husband with a clean shaven face.
Unfortunately for me, my husband doesn’t like to shave. He complains about razors pulling and his skin being bothered after shaving. We purchased the Gillette Fusion ProGlide last year, and that seems to have helped the problem a lot. We were recently given the Gillette Fusion ProGlide Sensitive Shave Gel, and I think that will be perfect for him too.
Gillette asked Canadian women their opinion on kissing men who are clean shaven vs. unshaven. Here are a few highlights from the KISS & TELL National Survey:
HER OPINION ABOUT FACIAL HAIR WHEN KISSING
- Overall, three quarters of women prefer to kiss a guy who is smooth or clean shaven. However, those in the Atlantic do not feel the same with almost a 50/50 split between preferring to kiss a guy who is clean shaven or one with facial hair.
- Overall, when asked about how they feel when kissing a guy romantically who is clean shaven 67% claim to feel ‘so hot let me at ‘em’. Only one third of women feel the same about kissing a guy with facial hair.
- Women who are kissing a smooth/clean shaven guy claim to have usually long lingering kisses most often, while those that are kissing a guy with facial hair claim their kisses are usually short and quick.
- Women strongly prefer clean shaven men, as evidenced by the four in ten who claim that they would kiss a clean shaven man more often. Less than 10% who make the same claim about men with facial hair.
For more information on the smooth vs stubble debate visit www.kissandtellus.ca.
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