One cannot underestimate the power of a makeover and the cathartic renewal it is likely to bring, commonly rewarded with extraordinary success and fulfillment in nearly all aspects of our everyday life.
A Male makeover has more to do with strong aptitudes and building the courage to make monolithic changes (whether it is a career move, vision correction or a novel haircut), and less to do with clichéd-idea beauty video tutorials and overhyped runway trends.
Whilst we roughly cut through the buzz, a bigger picture which is often undeservedly ignored, fully emerges.
A renewed image generally reflects the state of maturity and personal growth. An attempt at image makeover itself develops a healthy sense of self-esteem, jumpstarting the self-appreciation.
Finally, you face your fears of delving into the unknown (panic touché is inevitable) and you dare to dream of change, a visible change.
Early satisfactions will emerge, start off gradually and utilise space by clearing out your wardrobe and keep facial hair neat with proper grooming.
All of a sudden, you realise that you can have a fresh start at any moment you choose, as long as you stay focused, motivated and open to new experiences.
Above all, a major makeover shakes up old paradigms, eventually substituting them with new and extremely promising ones.
"It occurs either naturally or as a result of our scrupulous planning"
No wonder, going from a medium-length wavy hairstyle to a sleek short-length clean-cut (and vice versa) can have a profound impact on our personality, including morals, attitudes (the glass half empty turns into half full), preferences (cutaway collars only) and eating habits (giving up all gluten and dairy perhaps).
You probably won’t notice it right away, but some members of your family, co-workers and a bunch of close friends definitely will, and they have every reason to be freaked out before they deal with it as a “fait accompli”.
Imagine what it’s like for them to adjust to the new standards you have recently created?
Afterwards, you become the person you always wanted to be, not the person you should be or wanted to be five years ago.
Lasting happiness will come organically by cultivating optimism and assiduously mastering our minds and bodies.
Article by Menswear Style