What We Do For Beauty

The Nightcap

Nightcap for 05/03/2019


“Self-preservation is the first law of nature.” – Samuel Butler

Beary Attractive

Men, if you want to impress a woman with your parenting skills, start growing your facial hair.

A human behavior study conducted by Barnaby J. Dixon and Robert C. Brooks on the role of male facial hair in women’s perceptions of men’s attractiveness, health, masculinity and parenting abilities, men with full beards ranked highest by women.

Women reported men with all forms of facial hair as having an air of dominance that made them feel secure, safe, and protected. If there’s gray there, it can be seen as even hotter.

In second relationship study where single women were surveyed on attractiveness and male hair, 72 percent reported that men who had gray hair, even younger men, appeared more attractive.

Gray hair on a man communicated maturity and experience, another factor that women consider when choosing to partner with a man for the purpose of raising a family.

Read the full article here

When homeless people get in the way

Being homeless is no laughing matter and it continues to be an increasing crisis in America. With so many millionaires, you would think that there would be a viable solution to the problem that has permeated our society.

Unfortunately, this is not the case. To make matters worse, you have individuals who complain about the ‘inconvenience’ of homeless people who dare live near their home in camps. These people complain that they can’t stand the sight of the homeless camps, the trash that the homeless people leave, and the smell of homeless people.

In this video, the residents even took to the street to ‘clean it up’…but they forgot one thing as they patted themselves on the back for doing a ‘good’ deed. They forgot that cleaning trash from the streets did not solve the problem of the homeless.

What do you think? Should they be commended for what they did?

What Is Beauty? | Little Kids. Big Questions.

Beauty is all around us, but we often have trouble figuring out what is or isn’t beautiful. So what does make something beautiful? Is it different for all of us?

Here,Ingrid Michaelson talks to some little experts to try and get some answers.