While brides often spend weeks beautifying themselves for their wedding, spending hours at the spa and salon, grooms usually do little more than shower and shave before standing at the altar. However, there are a few easy at-home treatments that can help men look their best before the big day.
Recently, the beauty world has been buzzing about the cover of a Brazilian teen magazine, specifically whether or not the young pop star pictured was wearing makeup. While debates about cosmetics and photoshop are nothing new, what is surprising about this hoopla is the singer at the center of the debate – Justin Bieber.
October is almost over and for many men across the country, that means one thing – the beginning of Novembeard. For those unfamiliar with the month-long tradition, it is merely a designated period when men agree not to shave for 30 days.
While Andy Roddick is perhaps best known as an international tennis sensation, others may recognize him as the new face of Lacoste’s Challenge fragrance. However, people shouldn’t assume he indulges in a plethora of products just because he is promoting the sexy scent.
While most beauty advice about getting ready for one’s wedding is geared toward brides-to-be, grooms should not neglect pre-nuptial skincare routines. And, with the right combination of products and know-how, it’s easy for men to look especially dashing as they wait at the altar for their fiance to walk down the aisle.
Upon returning from a sunny getaway, many people revel in their post-vacation tans. However, some travelers desire a golden glow before they set foot on the sand.
According to a survey conducted by Men’s Health magazine, 56 percent of women say that men should wear cologne every day. However, 99 percent of ladies polled agreed that men shouldn’t smell like fragrance from more than a foot away. So how do you strike the perfect balance when applying your signature scent?
While some men prefer scruff, others like the look of a clean-shaven face. Unfortunately for those who enjoy a stubble-free appearance, the seemingly inevitable five o’clock shadow has the potential to become his worst enemy.
Are you tired of getting razor burn and stubble after shaving? You’re doing all you can, but you still have itchy or burning skin? Try a post-shave treatment like Bioelements Post Shave Serum to get rid of stinging and irritation. This shave treatment is good for all skin types, and the shave serum leaves a […]
You tried for a tan glow for prom but instead got stuck with a burnt chest? Use a spray on bronzer! You can find these at any nationwide drug store, and they come in a variety of shades. Buy a few to see which shade matches your skin tone by doing a patch test on […]
Shaving can be a pain—literally. A lot of men have problems with skin irritation on their neck and face after shaving (folliculitis). Some irritations are so painful that men can only shave once every six days; this is the only way to keep the event of irritation at a minimum. This doesn’t usually leave enough […]
As easy as those all-in-one everyday cleansers that you can grab in any grocery or drugstore, they’re pretty ordinary. From the scent of the aroma to the way they leave your hair limp and your skin feeling tight and itchy, are they really worth the convenience? The convenience of an all-in one sure is nice, […]