'Pejazzling' Lets Men Give Their Bits Some Bling

Lindsay Ferrier
Beauty & Style

PejazzlingFirst, there was Bedazzling. Next came Vajazzling. Now? There's Pejazzling.

Yes, ladies, you know men weren't going to let women have all the fun.

Pejazzling, the practice of applying tiny Swarovski crystals to a man's ... you know ... is a hot trend in some salons now.

So I've gotta ask:

What would you do if your man came home "Pejazzled"?

This "hot new trend" for men was exposed in the Daily Mail (of course), which reports that salon owners are saying that 40 percent of their, um, "Jazzling" clientele are men.

To prove the point, the Daily Mail interviewed a man who gets Pejazzled. Mark Wright says Pejazzling is fun for all types of men:

"Any good looking bloke can wear Pejazzles," he [says]. Prince William perhaps?

"Yeah, he could definitely wear them," Mark says, looking thoughtful for a moment before continuing earnestly:

"But I'm not sure Prince William is the Pejazzling type."


Now I can't stop thinking of men least likely to Pejazzle. I came up with:

Ben SteinBen Stein, of Ferris Bueller's Day Off fame ...


Marlboro ManThe Marlboro Man.


FlickrNewt Gingrich.

Got any more to add to the list?

And how do you feel abot your husband or boyfriend surprising you with a "pejazzle"?


Images (top to bottom): Vajazzle Kits, Murray State/Flickr, Marlboro, Markn3tel/Flickr

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