I am writing a blog post and the titles are

Ultimate Guide of Best Mens Hairstyles


Ultimate Guide to Best Mens Hairstyles

I am unsure as which one is grammatically correct, and any help would be appreciated thank you in advance.

  • or for? Decisions! – Ian MacDonald Mar 17 '15 at 15:03
  • Oh i see, are "of" and "to" both grammatically correct? as from google searches, it seemed most people used "to" after "guide", however if "of" is correct, then i will keep it. – John Ham Mar 17 '15 at 15:11
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    It's to for all purposes. (I will provide a detailed answer when I am back, if the Q isn't answered by then.) Good Luck. – Kris Mar 17 '15 at 15:20

I think both are grammatically correct. The usage will be based on what you are trying to convey.

Using to, to me, would mean more of an instructional or a how to type guide.

Using of, to me, would mean more of a list or description of the hairstyles.

  • My blog post is both a instructional and a list, i.e its a list of best hairstyles and for each style it provides a tutorial on how to do it, which make it even more confusing, I appreciate your answer. – John Ham Mar 17 '15 at 16:18

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