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Are those razor bumps or acne on your chin area? If it's shaving related, use Tend Skin ($10-$20 at Sephora) or make your own.

 

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You would definitely look a million times better with a different hairstyle. Do an internet search and find a good salon near you, one that preferably is known to do a good job with mens hair (not a barber). Pay the money, find out what style would look good on you, and get them to cut your hair at least once. Then you can go to a less expensive place and tell them how to do it if you can't afford to continue going to the salon.

As for styling your hair once you get it cut, see this video for some tips:

Also, just kind of a nit picky thing, but you could stand to pluck your eyebrows a little bit in the area between your eyes. They are too dangerously close to a unibrow and look kind of funny. Buy some tweezers (similar to this: http://www.cvs.com/CVSApp/catalog/sh...ump&navCount=3) and watch this video for some tips on plucking:


You may actually want to watch some of his other videos as well, as he has a lot of good advice on skin care.

Hope that helps.
 

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