I'm no longer the only beauty-product tester in my house-my husband, by virtue of living for years with a beauty editor, has become a discerning tester. Most guys, when asked what they think about a face scrub or shampoo, might grunt "fine" or "too girly." Not Grady, who works at GQ (he's also worked for Men's Vogue and Details, which may explain his discriminating tastes). He differentiates between the harshness and softness of exfoliating beads, comments on whether a scent is too flowery or not quite woodsy enough, complains about a good product's bad bottle design-and thinks up new uses for things (example: one foaming cleanser, he's found, also makes a great shaving cream). So starting today, he'll be doing a series of product reviews-from the male perspective, of course-on gq.com.
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