Guys are generally logical thinkers, which means they like presents that are useful and practical.
It’s totally fine for a guy to give his nails a bit of attention every now and then.
Ladies have many more products to choose from when it comes to bath and beauty products, but there are plenty of men’s products that women just can’t seem to get enough of.
Beard burn is a phenomenon that many ladies experience when dating a guy with stubble.
Some guys don’t pay much attention to the subtleties of their skin, which is why many end up damaging their face if it’s sensitive and they don’t accommodate for it.
Why should moms be the only ones to get baskets of delectable beauty products? Just because we see more ties, watches and golf caddies fly off the shelf for Father’s Day doesn’t mean that Dad won’t appreciate (and secretly long for) a way to pamper himself come June 19.
We know shaving is a routine task for most men and women, but who said it had to be a droll, monotonous activity? You can turn your grooming sessions into regular treats for yourself by investing in a few choice products.
Men are typically accustomed to a skincare routine of their own, but that doesn’t mean they can’t borrow a few pointers from their female friends every now and then. Though guys usually stick to a simple face cleanser and aftershave, there are many added benefits to using an exfoliator.
It’s not Father’s Day, so why are you still holding that tie? Get your man something he’ll really love this Valentine’s Day with some thoughtfully selected grooming products.
Few shows on television right now are hotter than Glee. The musical comedy won three Golden Globe awards earlier this month and has attracted a slew of famous guest stars, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Neil Patrick Harris and John Stamos.