Q & A: Does Facial Hair Matter?


Ok fellaz (& hotties), I’d promised to post a Q&A segment each week(over the past month), but I’ve been too damn lazy & busy to maintain it [come on- it’s the Holidays].

For those who haven’t been following, I usually take surveys (Q&A’s) among women from my online-social network: be it Facebook, Twitter to POF, where I ask them interesting questions about dating, seduction and relationships. Feel free to check out my first installment [When should he call the girl?].

Ok, this question has been bugging me for years now. Generally, I’m always well-groomed (100% of the times), but there are times when I feel like, “Fuck it”, I don’t wanna have to rush to the barbershop twice weekly or whip out the old razor just because few whiskers are sprouting. Plus I wanna still look attractive enough to get my game on.

Let’s get started!

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Mz. Redd2012 is a cool savvy-New Yorker I’d met on POF. Don’t forget sexy.

Q. “Hey Mz. Redd, on a scale of 1-10, how important is facial hair? Does it matter”?

A. “No. As long as it looks good on you”.


Gabby has been a loyal-Twitter follower of mines for a long time now so it’s a must that I include her.

Q. @TastyGaby- “Hey Gab, quick question: on a scale of 1-10, how important is facial hair”?

A. @SocialKenny- “5 , facial isn’t important but if you have it , keep it neat & clean “.


iKarly is a cool girl from Kentucky who’s on my Facebook-friend list. I don’t even remember how we met!

Q. “Is a guy who’s tryna get at you with facial hair a turn off”?

A. “nope. i think its cute”.


Bri is another fun girl I’d met on the POF dating site. She’s spunky.

Q. “Hey Bri, on a scale of 1-10 of attraction, how significant is facial hair on a guy who’s looking to get with you”?

A. “I would say about an 8.
I like facial hair on a man. Without it they look young, weird, or had a shaving malfunction lol, only some can pull off not having any and most of them are gay”.


Cool-ass Russian-Canadian Who I’d met a while ago on a Hip-Hop website (go figure). I definitely plan on going to Vancouver to hang out with her.

Q. “Hey *****, are men with facial hair turnoffs”?

A. “Not at all. either way…sometimes I like a little scruff”.

So there you have it! Among my online-social circle: having facial hair ISN’T a grave social sin nor a turnoff [Scruffy-facial hair is attractive].

I’ve always seen facial hair as a big NO-NO (since the pick-up community always stresses ‘being well-groomed’). I feel a lot more comfort now to just let it be and get my Wolf-Man Jack on.

Feedback from women in the bloggersphere would be appreciated. Plus: “When should he call”?My female readers will dig this one.

Q & A of the week: “When should he call”?

Ok guys, I promised a Q & A segment to my blog where I would ask some of my female Facebook friends questions on dating.

With their consent of course[Kenny does have etiquette at times], I’d be posting a pic’ with a fake name [Fuck off stalkers!!].

The questions were asked in real time via Facebook chat BTW(interesting), so these are women I generally chat with.

Every guy who dates or picks up chics, has heard about the ‘3-Day Rule’, where the guy shouldn’t call nor contact the girl before 3 days of getting the digits. For obvious reason of not looking desperate.

Being a curious bastard as I am, I wanted to get a general feedback from every-day women on this subject.

Ok, here we go!

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Cool-sexy chic I met days ago via mutual friends on Facebook, so I threw her in the fray.

Q. If a guy was to get your # and he calls the same night, would you see that as desperate?


“Nope. Not really. Says that he’s interested”

Q. Ok cool. Should he wait to call?


“Well to me: it doesn’t really matter but it shows that he’s interested. But others have their own opinion”.

Me: Some women say that the guy would look desperate calling the same night.


“Unless he reaches the point where he’s just calling str8 then that’s another story”.


KW’s a hot MILF I’ve been Facebook friends with for a while now. We probably have like 40 mutual friends, so she’s essentially in my social circle (online at least).

Q. Ok, if you gave a guy your # and he calls the same night, would you think he’s desperate?



Q. So how long should he wait to call? Few days or what?


“No just call her”.

Me: “Some women say that it looks desperate to call the same day. What do you say”?


“No it’s not desperate…what’s the difference if he calls the same night or 2 weeks lata”?


Cute Bronx chica I’d met on POF dating site.

Q. If you give a guy the digits and he hits you up the same day/same night, would you say thats’ needy and desperate?


“Umm no not desperate but I need to keep my eyez open lol”.

Q. Lol, so when should he call?


“Maybe that same week. But can definitely text show that he’s interested”.

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Cool Asian girl I met on POF too. She’s quite interesting with her insights.

Q. If you give a guy your # and he contacts you the same day or night, would that seem desperate?


“Yea. Why”?

Q. Ok, but why would that be?


“Maybe he just wants a booty call”.

Q. So generally, how long should the guy wait to contact you to not seem desperate for a booty call


“Umm maybe a week not sure”.

Findings & Conclusion

Wow- that was interesting to find out where women stand (supposedly).

We in the seduction community, already know that what a girl wants and expects LOGICALLY, isn’t what she wants, expects or goes for EMOTIONALLY.

Anyway, the most interesting finding here (for me), is that most of the women I surveyed, do NOT think it’d be needy and desperate to call the same day/night of getting the digits.

Yet it’s still a catch 22 though with going for what a girl says and what she actually responds to.

Nevertheless, I like the point made by Miz (the Bronx chica) about the guy texting same day/night to show that he’s still interested.

That’s key! And I happen to do that shit most times. Rather running the risk of the girl forgetting who you are, it’s worth it sending a short text with built-in humor (based on the initial chat).

The hidden beauty of this Q & A post is that it could be used as an opinion opener in street approaches or wherever.

Cool shit right?

BTW, I got the concept for doing this post from my boys Solo and Drew, who’s doing an interview-type thing in NYC for his blog via Twitter.