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Austin residents Handsome Ranking per

Austin is the 14th most handsome city in America, survey says

Should we be flattered or distressed?
Austin, Texas comes in at No. 14 on the latest ranking of
 America’s Most Handsome Cities, as compiled by Is a men’s grooming products
 e-retailer and barbershop chain the best judge of looks? 
Who’s to say, though they did outline the following criteria 
used in the ranking: amount of money spent on personal 
care services per man, amount spent on personal care
 products per man, amount spent on personal shaving 
needs per man, amount spent on apparel per man, 
as well as the fittest cities in American ranking.
Maybe Texans like our men a little more rugged
 and au naturel.
The No. 1 ranked city in the survey is Arlington, VA, 
which the report notes is conveniently “sandwiched 
between two brick and mortar Grooming Lounge 
Barbershop locations.” Arlington residents are 
also apparently the most fit people in the entire country.
There’s nothing wrong with being a little thrifty, either. 
The survey makes note that the biggest spenders live in 
Scottsdale (No. 8), where men polled spend an average
 of $498 on personal care items and $387 on clothes annually.
Austinites, you’re still No. 1 in our hearts. 
And don’t shave the beard.
Here’s the top 25 Most Handsome Cities in America, 
according to
1. Arlington, VA
2. Boise, ID
3. Madison, WI
4. Seattle, WA
5. Portland, OR
6. Lincoln, NE
7. Denver, CO
8. Scottsdale, AZ
9. St. Petersburg, FL
10. Colorado Springs, Colrado
11. Minneapolis, MN
12. Albuquerque, NM
13. Virginia Beach, VA
14. Austin, TX
15. Omaha, NE
16. Plano, TX
17. Lexington, KY
18. Gilbert, AZ
19. Chandler, AZ
20. Henderson, NV
21. Overland Park, KS
22. Lakewood, CO
23. Sioux Falls, SD
24. Fort Collins, CO
25. Cape Coral, FL


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