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Tita: The days when men would simply put on some clothe and if they’re hunk, it’s over. Now the man take care of themselves, hi, I’m Tita and welcome to watchmojo.com; we’re going to sit down with Jean Francois Breau, a great singer and the new spokesperson for Alpha Male. Tell me, what is Alpha Male? Jean: I think Alpha Male is not only the image outside, it starts I think from the inside and when you’re sure about yourself, there’s a little bit of sexiness, I think Tita: And why did you become a spokesperson for Alpha Male? Jean: You know, doing the shows and doing the music calls and having a lot of make-up, I understand girls now more because, a: it’s hard on the skin Tita: It’s hard; so what is your grooming routine like? Jean: I started with my girlfriend’s creams, and she said, “no, no; we’re going to go buy you some cream and you’re going to have viewers and I found out there’s a lot of different creams for men now, that’s what I bring everywhere I go, I try to bring my soap and my cream. I have a sensitive skin so what I do is I bring a soap that is non-perfumed, non, you know, colored and everything Tita: So you do every night before going to bed Jean: Yeah, so I want to prevent, you know, some damage of the skin and I do try not to go as often in the sun as possible, or use a protective skin Tita: Yeah, sun block Jean: Sun blocks, and that’s mainly what I do Tita: Why do you think that men take care of their image? What has changed? Jean: I don’t know, men, they said the standard is becoming higher and higher and higher Tita: Thank you so much and good luck Jean: Thank you so much