Style Beauty Advice
We men are creatures of habit. We spend a good part of our adult lives trying to figure out the most effective grooming remedies, and once we find them, we rarely experiment with something new. However, science changes every day, and with it, many products improve. So whether you have it all sorted out, or you haven’t quite figured it out yet, it’s always a good idea to try what’s out there. As for the other stuff growing on your face, a.k.a. hair, here’s a little advice:
Rocking a mustache at work is risky business, but if you do it right, you can be the manliest and most stylish man in the office. To a business-oriented eye, rocking a Selleck ‘stache can come across sloppy and downright unprofessional. A trimmed mustache, on the other hand, can give you an edge that will show you’re not overly concerned with what people think. That could be a good thing.
A little scruff is always good. It’s the grooming equivalent of a loosened tie.
Buy a pair of brand tweezers with a slanted tip. Pointed ones are likely to pinch your skin. If you’re not sure of how much to pluck, place your thumb between your brows: any hair under your thumb needs to come out. Grab the individual hairs and yank them out in one swift pull, always aiming to pull them from the root instead of clipping them with the tweezers. Hairs are easier to pull out after a warm shower. Finally, use your fingers or a small comb and brush your brows up; then use small scissors to trim the hairs and shape your brow.
There has been a significant change in men’s behavior when it comes to beauty the past couple of years. The truth is that men are now much more conscious and interested in learning what they need to do to their skin to keep it healthy and looking young. To help in that department, here’s the essential daily steps for perfect skin courtesy of world renowed make up artist Pat McGrath.
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