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Defined and Structured Face | Pick Up and Peacocking

Aaron Marino of alpha m. addresses two topics: how to achieve a defined and structured face as well as pick-up and peacocking.

How to get a more defined and structured face.

Genetics determine your facial structure such as your nose, ears, and chin. To get more defined cheekbones and stronger jaw, you can lose body fat. Exercise and eating properly will reduce fat in the face and pronounce facial features. Aaron shows a perfect example during the video.

The art of pick-up and peacocking.

Some of the stuff the pick-up artist community works and gives you and edge. However, he doesn't agree with peacocking and reads the definition. He says he understands what they are trying to get you to do. But you should get attention for the RIGHT reasons rather than for an item of clothing sticking out to everyone around. He says the overall package is what is important, including all of the little things that you are doing right. It's all of the little pieces that you are working on in IAmAlphaM rather than wearing a rhinestone cowboy hat.


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All About Men's Slacks | Khakis, Chinos, Dress Pants -
January 13, 2012
Modern Tailor | Custom Tailored Pants Men's Khakis and Slacks | Proper Fitting Pants Alpha can't stand shopping for pants off-the-rack. He doesn't love the fit, so he buys a pants that are passable and not 'great'. Aaron Marino of alpha m. covers the three most common pants as well as the difference between khakis and chinos. Khakis: Guys love khakis that refer to color and style. They fit the aveRead More»
Tickle Her Scentsabilities | Men's Cologne and Fragrance -
December 26, 2011
As a guy who by profession is a purveyor of men’s fragrances, I have to tell you that I am always amazed by how little many men know about one of the most potentially lethal additions to one’s skirt chasing arsenal – a great scent. Women are complex beasts, as you well know, and when wading out into the brutal world of dating and relationships, the better armed you are, the better, and trustRead More»
Men's Pant Rise | Standard, Mid, Low -
December 18, 2011
Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses the pant rise which is the distance between the waist band to the bottom of the crotch. A standard rise is about 12 inches. 'Standard' was standard back in the 50's and 60's, which they wore their pants at their belly button. We currently wear pants around our natural waist. Designers are now making low and mid rises (8 to 11 inches) making the pant fit better wiRead More»
Men's Jeans Style Guide -
December 18, 2011
Straight-forward and direct,  here's what you do NOT want in men's jeans: jeans that taper. This means you don’t want a pair of jeans that get narrow as they go down your leg, ending with a tight ring around your ankle. anything that's been acid washed, or makes one start reminiscing about hair-band videos from the 1980's. Acid washed jeans are like leisure suits – they will never come back Read More»

Timeless Tee Shirts | T-Shirts -
December 18, 2011
Who doesn’t love or wear t-shirts?  Not too many of us and for good reason!  T-shirts, undoubtedly the most popular and commonly worn shirt, have been around since the 1800’s, and have only grown in popularity since; never losing status or taking a backseat to any other shirt. Named because of their shape resembling the letter T; tees are collarless, typically buttonless, constructed of softRead More»
The Unfashionable Man -
December 16, 2011
The unfashionable man – we all know at least one, and, God love ‘em, most of them walk around without even the slightest vestiges of a clue about just how ridiculous they look, because in their mind, they look good.  Damned good. I can only imagine the inner dialogue that must be running through their heads as they don their pooka shell and/or leather strap necklace, throw on that horrible EdRead More»
How To Buy A Men’s Suit -
December 16, 2011
Nothing makes us feel quite as attractive and confident as a well fitting suit. Wearing it has a way of making us feel powerful, and tends to bring out the best in us. As a main player in everyman’s wardrobe arsenal, I recommend owning at least one suit; preferably more to include a variety of colors and fabrics. Time and time again, I hear men express concerns about buying a suit, so I’ve wriRead More»
Smoke and Mirrors | Short Men’s Fashion -
December 16, 2011
Hello!  My name is Aaron Marino and I’m five feet-six inches tall.  If you’re one of the millions classified as short, I understand the wardrobe challenges we have.  Dressing can be especially frustrating and disappointing – from finding the right clothing to wearing it properly –  so, I’d like to share what I call the “smoke and mirrors” way of dressing to look taller. This artiRead More»
Improving Your Style from the Far East -
December 16, 2011
Over the past year, I have had the fortunate opportunity to visit Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea on separate occasions for leisure. During each of my trips to these east Asian countries, I not only experienced a wholly different culture, complete with unique languages, customs, and foods, but also the distinct styles expressed by the people in each country. I really did not know what to expect Read More»

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