men's grooming tips
Recently, I bumped into an old friend in town. We greeted each other with a warm hug. Immediately my female acquaintance smiled and said, "you smell incredible...what is it?" I blushed and replied, "one of my recent inventions..."
The holiday season is just around the corner and guys across the UK will be flying out to a host of exotic destinations to enjoy a much needed break. However, travelling can throw up a range of men's grooming issues, so for those who like to look their best even when on the road - here are some top tips
The weather has taken a drastic turn in our favour in recent days and with it comes a whole new set of challenges for men and their grooming routines. Exposure to the sun can dry out the skin, while humid temperatures increase the production of oil and grease on the surface of the skin. A careful balance and a new skincare routine can help to keep you looking your best.
If you find you are always styling with one eye on the clock, there is no doubt a freshly cut head of hair is a lot quicker and easier to handle. Try to keep your visits to the chair regular and you'll find your hair falls in to place of its own accord.
This is about thinking smart and listening to your stylist. Right now, we are seeing the trend of dismantling the large heavy blocked quiffs that have dominated the industry for the past 5 years. This is showing itself in two ways. Firstly, guys have a lot of length on the top, versus what they have on the sides, we are seeing a lot of elastic band type haircuts (you know who you are!).
Shaving has many brilliant benefits on the skin when done correctly! The perfect shave is about following a four step process, paying close attention to each one with good quality products.
We're headed full speed into the season of late skiing, bank holiday jaunts and weddings and with it brings a whole new set of demands in the bathroom department. But fear not I've sifted through the shelves to separate the wheat from the chaff all so you don't have to brave the high street.
It's my birthday today and I'm hungover. I'm experiencing a slightly doom-tinged sketchiness that comes from a sore head
Where I come from up North, even the mildest nod to metrosexuality - having a favourite brand of gin, for example, or wearing