Years ago, male grooming would consist of a little soap and a brush of the hair. But these days, a man’s grooming regime can be as simple or sophisticated as you want it to be. If you enjoy taking care of your appearance, you’ll know that beauty doesn’t always come easy. Not only can some routines be very complicated, but they can also be costly too. If you’re looking to step up your grooming game quickly, these ideas should bulk out your current routine but still give you maximum results.
First up, let’s talk hair. As one should know, keeping your body, facial and head hair in check can be a long winded process. Not only do you need to keep on top of your haircuts if you’re going to keep your cut in check, but you also have to get to work on your body and facial hair trimming regularly. So, alongside having a hairdresser that you can trust (and that will keep regular appointments aside for you), you’re going to need to pick out the best grooming product for your facial and body hair too.
Not all men prioritize conditioner, but they should. When you wash your hair regularly, you can often feel as if you’re keeping clean and looking good. In reality, you could be drying your hair out too much. So, conditioner is key to hold on to the right amount of moisture and add shine to your locks – no matter how short they are. If you have a beard, you might benefit from conditioning that too – especially if you’re looking to channel a well-kept look.
Next up, cleansing. Women always spend a lot of time on their cleansing routine, so we should too. If you take care of your skin, it will show. So, it’s important to put a lot of effort in when you cleanse. The exact products you use will depend on your skin type, but you can still look into options without having to ask any expert. Whether you go for a lotion or cream, a liquid or foam, cleaning will keep your skin looking healthier for longer. Skincare is also a great option for a gift if you have an occasion coming up and are not sure what else to ask for.
Sometimes, you can draw the short straw when it comes to your hair type. If you’re hoping to try out a new hairstyle, it can be disheartening when you realize that your naturally limp locks just can’t cut it. But, you don’t have to suffer. If you’re longing for a thicker or fuller head of hair, just fake it. There is a range of volumizing tips that you can apply to your haircare routine to be able to rock a bunch of different hair do’s.
Regardless of the type of trimming tool you use for the majority of your hair, it’s likely that you’ll need to tweeze too. Over time, you may need to invest in a nose and ear hair trimmer, but even at a young age, you may need to take the tweezers to your eyebrows. If you want to rock a groomed luck, you’ll need to tweeze away that monobrow and do your best to keep those bushy eyebrows under control too.