He visits spas, loves a manicure and enjoys smothering himself in fake tan.Mr Metro isn’t afraid to wear pink, he carries a man bag, and he’ll have a shoe collection to rival yours.Read on for some of the major pros and cons of dating a metrosexual guy. And, as a bonus, a metrosexual guy probably won't spend the whole afternoon whining and tapping his foot impatiently when you go shopping together at the mall – because he'll be shopping, too. If you're not perfect yourself, dating a perfect metrosexual man requires a healthy dose of good self esteem.Most women are used to attracting more attention for their looks than their man does – in essence, we're used to being the pretty one.It was in the 1990s that the metrosexual man first appeared on the horizon of popular culture and advertising.Male grooming around this time expanded beyond the daily shaving routine to encompass facials, manicures and pedicures as well as removing body hair.If you’re dating a metrosexual male – don’t be surprised if he spends more time in the bathroom (and the beauty salon) than you do!
With such a man for a partner, a woman could share her feelings, emotions and be more or less certain of being understood as opposed to coming off as needy and insecure.
But when your boyfriend's legs are softer than yours, his pores are cleaner than yours, and his fashion sense is better than yours, it's easy to find yourself feeling out of your league.
If your self esteem is delicate, a metrosexual can do some damage. A person who cares for his appearance is one thing; a person who worships his appearance for hours in front of a mirror is another.
Is this what women really want toshack up with..I need to think about waxing my eyebrows and growinga pencil thin mustache...is old school still not only acceptable but stillattractive?
Opinions....experiences....inquiring minds want to know Nope, metrosexuals may be nice to look at but when it comes down to it- if he has more hair products than I do there is a definate problem. I'm not talking hairy men who smell, but perhaps a happy median is best.
After all, the word "dandy" isn't much nicer, is it?
The truth is, metrosexual men catch a lot of flack for caring so much about their appearance. As always, the answer is more complicated than a simple yes or no.
British footballer and style icon David Beckham represented this trend with this carefully groomed looks and smooth-chested photo on the cover of fashion magazine .
Soon, good looking and impeccably well groomed men began to be seen and heard who weren’t ashamed to admit they get their facials and pedicures, love shopping and in Beckham’s case, like to wear his wife’s underwear.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I admit it I am from the old school before the days of metrosexuals.
Back in thoes days women would date gay men if they wanted sensativity and understanding that us cavemen could not understand.