- v. present participle of manscape.
- n. neologism The practice of, or results from, trimming or shaving a male's hair, typically other than the hair atop and behind his head. The term applies most frequently to facial hair, including that of the eyebrows, ears, and nostrils; somewhat frequently to shoulders and back; less frequently to buttocks and pubes; infrequently to arms and legs.
“Not least because, according to men's magazines everwhere, depilation - "manscaping" - can trick the eye into thinking that a tiny acorn is instead a mighty oak.”
“My good friend Hillary Rettig, a Boston based writer and consultant, has introduced me to the term "manscaping," and I think she may also be promoting its usage.”
“He even offers perspective on why Federer has more ... um, body hair than Nadal (suffice it to say that McPhee never had to deal with athletes and the question of "manscaping").”
“Plus, I'm pretty sure the term "manscaping" refers to the whole body, not just south of the border.”
“How do I feel about this product, or 'manscaping' in general?”
“The one that caught my eye, however, was "manscaping", which is being defined as the aesthetic grooming of a man's bodily hair and which I first spotted on”
“Experts observed more men were embracing the idea of "manscaping" for hygienic purposes or to be more attractive.”
“Who actually finds this kind of "manscaping" attractive?”
“lol, I think the 'manscaping' link was completely unnecessary.”
“manscaping" … … … and I can't even bring myself to tell you what that is.”
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