Men are becoming more interested in perfecting their grooming regime. Below, we look at two areas of this.
How To Remove Unwanted Body Hair
Men’s body grooming is a huge industry. It’s not just because it’s endorsed by famous stars such as David Beckham or Daniel Craig. It’s not just that it’s advertised so well that no man can resist purchasing specialist shaving products. It’s that men have been waiting for these products for years, and now they finally have them.
Men’s grooming has allowed men to admit that they aren’t that happy being hairy, and thanks to the plethora of products available to men both online and in the shops, they can now do something about it. Smooth skin is trendy and totally in with the fashions of today. If you have dry skin, you can find specialist cream for dry skin to help you get that smooth look and to ensure your skin is better prepped for waxing.
Keeping a tidy moustache and beard is important when it comes to looking smart, and using a beard comb and trimmer is an ideal way to keep your facial hair from looking unkempt. It makes a big difference. Checking on your nose and ears is also an important addition to your male grooming routine. You may not realise it, but you could have tufts there that need to be removed. For hair in other places, shaving won’t cut it, so you should book into a waxing clinic – or try doing it yourself at home. Either way, once the hair has been removed it won’t grow back for a good few weeks, and you won’t have to worry about it. If you have a problem with a ‘unibrow’ then don’t be shy about investing in some tweezers and plucking and shaping until you look more like yourself again.
Using Dry Shampoo And Other Hair Products
Men’s hair products have evolved over the past few years and now there are as many styling and cleansing products for men as there are for women; and that includes dry shampoo. Dry shampoos have been around for a long time – the Romans used them (they really had very little else), and although they fell out of favour for a while, they are back on trend now.
Using dry shampoo means you can keep your hair looking healthy and clean whilst reducing the number of times a week you wash it. That’s great news because washing your hair the traditional way with water and a liquid shampoo can strip it of its essential oils, damaging it in the long run. Dry shampoo is really handy when you’re in a situation when you want your hair to look good and clean, but there isn’t any water around – perhaps you’re camping, maybe you’ve stayed out all night and need to get straight to work, perhaps your boiler has broken and the thought of a cold shower just doesn’t appeal. It works by absorbing the oil from your scalp and hair, and although it shouldn’t take the place of regular shampoo in your male grooming routine, it works wonders as an interim measure.