I'm not the target audience for this book, but I definitely feel like I learned not only some great beauty tips but some very well-defined information on how beauty and the masculine have intertwined in history. This is the kind of book that hits you with both book and useful knowledge.
The part I liked the most is definitely how uplifting and positive the tone of the book is. It's one great detail in history after another coming together to show that beauty has always been universal and that the modern obsession with making it only feminine is as contrary to reality as can be. Everything from wigs being made for me and the fiercest warriors wore makeup to the modern interpretation of male beauty and the people who, little by little, are doing amazing work in opening people's eyes to the truth that any gender can take pride and care in how they look.