Man-in-the-Contemporary-Society
By - Kaloni

Being a man today: our role in contemporary society

The evolution of man, as a genre, has not been linear, but it has had in common a fundamental aspect that has permeated throughout history and has built societies as we know them: thinking of man as the protagonist and form of power. Judgments and emerging elements in progressing societies in the past accustomed us to see that man was

the gender roles shorten our lives
By - Kaloni

How gender roles can shorten our lives

You may have heard: men die more than women. Some people say this in a context where women are claiming their right to be safe. The increase in femicide and gender-based violence is real around the world. Yes, there is indeed a higher death rate among men; however, the context, reasons, and forms are different and cannot be compared under

kaloni-aesthetic-health-men-integral-way
By - Kaloni

In Kaloni, we take care of the aesthetic health of men in an integral way

For many years, people say that men should only be concerned with fulfilling the role of provider, being stoic, keeping our feelings and emotions that show “weakness” and not paying attention to our image. But here we are today, revolutionizing the ways others told us to be and think. Evolve to improve With the social movement that has involved breaking

hair-transplant-during-confinement-covid19
By - Kaloni

Perform a hair transplant during confinement, yes or no?

Who wouldn’t want to take advantage of these days of confinement to do something different, to change their look, grow a beard, their hair… in conclusion, renew their image. Now, as bizarre as it may seem, the universe finally opens a window for you to do almost anything you’ve put off; for example, the possibility of getting your hair back.

Self-care tips that men should keep in mind
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Self-care tips that men should keep in mind

We understand that self-care is taking care of our mental, emotional, and physical health. But it goes beyond a simple term; it is a task of observation, acceptance, and action on behalf of ourselves. Self-care is not new, but in recent years its importance has become visible. It is not only the decision to go to the doctor if something

Men don't cry: the lie they told us
By - Kaloni

Men don’t cry: the lie they told us (and we must forget)

We spend all our formative years in school, learning about mathematical formulas, important dates in history, capitals cities, and name elements from the periodic table. We learn all these data, but at the same time, the emotional education we receive is null, through personal experiences we become aware of what love, disappointment, anger, fear, joy, sadness, and all other feelings

Facts about men's long hair in history
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10 facts about men’s long hair in history

It would seem that short hair in men has been constant since the times of Julius Caesar. But biblical stories such as that of Samson, whose legend points out that he would lose all his physical strength if he cut his hair, and representations of ancient cultures show us that long hair was much more present than we think. The

The deconstruction of the male body in art
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The deconstruction of the male body in art

For years art was strongly related by a practical element, whether to represent a deity, a religious passage, a heroic character, or a historical fact. In the past, the male figure even became the become of beauty, but with the tendency to dissociate itself from tradition, perfection began to be linked to the female body and, eventually, the avant-garde focused

The evolution of masculinity through art
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The evolution of masculinity through art

Joseph Campbell in The Hero of a Thousand Faces made a comparative study of the myths of various cultures of the world to find the common path that the heroes have in each culture, a journey that has similarities from the epic of Rama in India to the superheroes of the comics that now dominate the cinema. The American researcher writes: “All