10 Things Women Think Every Man Should Have

Image via Shutterstock. As a follow up to my last post on what men think every woman should have, I asked various women of different ages and backgrounds what make them weak at the knees. Here are the most popular responses: 1. Facial Hair  This was the most popular response. A little scruff is manly, and apparently we love it. 2. Good Hygiene I’m going to put this as delicately as possible: Well-groomed everywhere. 3. Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male Cologne Quite a few ladies said this was a must. I went to the nearest perfume counter and gave it a good sniff,…



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As a follow up to my last post on what men think every woman should have, I asked various women of different ages and backgrounds what make them weak at the knees. Here are the most popular responses:

1. Facial Hair 

This was the most popular response. A little scruff is manly, and apparently we love it.

2. Good Hygiene

I’m going to put this as delicately as possible: Well-groomed everywhere.

3. Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male Cologne

Quite a few ladies said this was a must. I went to the nearest perfume counter and gave it a good sniff, and I have to say there really is something amazing about this.

4. Good Watch

While what defines a good watch can be very subjective, I prefer the Tag Heuer Carrera.

5. Nice Haircut

There isn’t a one-size-fits-all haircut, but American Crew has some great ideas that are on point. 

6. Well-tailored Dark Suit

You don’t need to spend a fortune, but even tailoring decent suit can make a world of difference. 

7. Less Cargo Pants/Shorts, More Classic Levi’s

With a white t-shirt. It’s just yummy.

8. Work Ethic

Because success looks good on everyone.

9. Stylish Shoes

Wardrobe stylist Kirsten Strigenz suggests these Kenneth Cole Oxfords for dress and these for play.

10. Sense of Humor

Of course.


Did I miss something you think every man should have? Comment below!

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Lyneé Ruiz started her career in beauty as a salon hairstylist at Carenza in Brookfield. Seven years later, she signed as a hair and makeup artist for Ford Models in Chicago and Miami. While her job consists of being on sets for advertising, editorial, TV, and backstage at New York Fashion Week, Milwaukee will always be home. Writing about tips and tricks she learns along the way for Milwaukee Magazine is one of her favorite creative outlets.