My son and I are definitely out numbered in this house. The dog is even a girl.
Everyone that knows me knows that I am a very analytical person. Yes, my wife is correct, I analyze everything. What does all this have to do with flatirons? Well, I have come to the conclusion that as an outnumbered male in my household, I can still make the things my girls “need” like flatirons, make-up… oh excuse me cosmetics…..and even hair color (although Sandy, my wife, swears she doesn’t color her hair) manly!!!
How? Well, I use my very manly analytical side. You see, when my almost sixteen year old (who thinks she’s 25) says to me, “Dad, I need a new flatiron”. My first task is to not sound uncool by asking what a flatiron is. Next, after I have googled flatiron, I do the research. Whether you are buying a car or buying a flatiron, you want to get your money’s worth, right? So I become very analytical and read the reviews and specs, if you will, on all of my options. You could visit Consumer Reports for such things but they charge . So, if I was interested in a Karmin professional flatiron I could visit sites like Karmin Titanium Flat Iron Review to get a good idea about the flatiron. Heck, with All Reviews, you can even see the reviews from Amazon. One stop shopping! Shopping in a timely manner… manly. No impulse buying…manly. See my point?
Next, very manly, you shop around. When you buy a 60 inch LED t.v. (this is on my Christmas wish list in case you were wondering) you don’t just look at one store or website, you look at many. Same for a flatiron. You could just pick one up at your local store but are you getting the best deal? You know I like saving money! You could check out websites like Karmin Flat Irons.
So for all you dads that live in estrogen filled houses, don’t give up. You can still have your man card even while purchasing a flatiron.
* A free sample of this product was given to me for writing this post. This had no bearing on the information and all comments are my opinion and not that of the sponsor’s.