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Well, this is weird. But thanks for clicking and reading.
I don't even know what terms to use. Beautician? Stylist? I haven't been cool for 20+ years, so please just let me talk.
I am a white man who is 46 years old. I'm a dad of teenagers. Middle class.
My wife of many years and I are having big fights, and I want to woo her back. Part of the plan is to not look like the 46-year-old slob that I fear she sees.
I'm no bumpkin--but I'm no metrosexual, either. Honestly, I'm clueless as to fashion, looks, etc.
So what I'm hoping to find: someone (in my mind, it's a woman in her 30s who is young enough to be hip and mature enough to understand me) who will spend a day with me making me more attractive to my wife.
If this sounds weird to you, please don't respond. If you find this ridiculous, please move on.
But if you want to help a decent guy who is in love with his wife, please write. She's back in town on Wednesday--I want my hair and skin and clothes and whatever else to look awesome by then.
I will pay $200 for 8 hours of consulting. You would need to listen to me about the things I know she likes (like curls at the back of my hair), and not try to make me look like I'm 20-something, or anything else I'm not. But I'm very open to a fresh perspective. And, of course, you would need to be respectful, and in earnest.
When you get right down to it, we're all just really trying, right? I need some help. I'm no creeper--I'm not trying to meet someone, or whatever--maybe you're not a 30-something woman, maybe you're a 20- or 80-something gay man or whatever--I don't care. I'm just a middle-aged guy who needs some help in looking as best he can (which won't be much) to try to win his wife back. If you can help, please get in touch.
It'll be a challenge: I have braces, and a bald spot! Well, you play the hand you're dealt.
My wife is the love of my life, and I want nothing more than to be the best I can be for her.
Thanks for reading--I hope you can help--
- Location: North Austin
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