Women think this is even worse than bad breath
This unexpected intruder can ruin men’s luck
LIFESTYLE Turn offs
Men who never leave the house without a pack of breath mints may think they have it all figured out, but it turns out there is something that can gross out women even more than smelling like what you had for dinner last night. According to research, the biggest turn off is not always located in men’s mouths, but up their noses.
An online poll showed that almost 50% of women would rather speak to Mr. Garlic Breath than to interact with a man who has visible hairs growing out of his nose. It’s fairly common for men to have these hairs and they can be easily cut or trimmed, but they do have to pay attention as it’s an easy thing to miss.
While searching for "best nose hair trimmers" online (DO NOT judge me for getting my holiday shopping done early), I came across this gem of a review. I thought it would be incredibly selfish of me to not share this with the rest of the world. pic.twitter.com/RsCwiUQ5qc— Kylee Wierks (@KyleeWierks) November 19, 2018
Nose hairs do have an important function, namely to keep outside materials outside of your nose, but there’s no reason for them to be long enough to be visible to people who aren’t looking directly up your nose.
While research has shown that it’s not dangerous to cut a fairly large amount of nose hair, it is likely still best to stick to trimming extruding hairs while leaving the rest intact.
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