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Simple grooming tips for men

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Simple grooming tips for men
Times are changing and it’s becoming much more acceptable for men to take more pride in their appearance. You don’t have to go overboard and spend hours in the bathroom every morning, but with a few small changes to your routine, you can easily look well-groomed and handsome every single day.

Take care of your skin

Men’s skin is much tougher than women’s skin, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be sensitive or problematic. Choose a quality cleanser for your face and make sure to give it a good exfoliating scrub once a week. To prevent redness, reduce the heat in the shower slightly and apply a moisturiser once your skin is completely dry. A good eye cream will help to keep any dark under eye circles at bay.

Tackle the beard

There’s no denying that beards are enjoying a moment of popularity. However, it isn’t enough to just let your beard grow wild, you need to be prepared for some preening. Men’s beard grooming doesn’t have to be difficult. Simply keep it clean, use a beard oil to soften the hair and keep it trimmed with a good pair of professional hair scissors. If you’re unsure of how to trim your own beard, book an appointment with a barber and ask for some pointers.

Invest in quality kit

Keeping your hair in check doesn’t have to mean weekly trips to the barber. You can keep things neat and tidy at home by investing in a good pair of cordless clippers. The professional cordless clipper range from Aphrodite are suitable for all budgets and will give you a salon-quality finish from the comfort of your own home. They’re perfect for trimming the edges between salon visits to help make your hairstyle last longer.

Fix your eyebrows

Big eyebrows aren’t a deal breaker, but anything that meets in the middle is going to be problematic. The eyebrows play an important role in shaping your face, and a monobrow can make your eyes appear sullen. Tackle this by heading to a salon and asking them to tidy your brows up a bit. Alternatively, you can pluck any strays out at home with a good pair of tweezers.

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