grooming guide for men

Good grooming keeps you looking smart and ready to tackle anything. But it doesn’t mean hours in the bathroom spending a fortune on products. To help you look dapper with minimal effort and expense, check out this grooming guide for men for easy tips.

See The Grooming Guide For Men Below …

Shaving & Beard Maintenance

The best beard for your face shape.

Square Face

Keep your beard short on the sides of your face and full on the chin.

Oblong Face

Trim the bottom of your beard to keep it short and let the sides grow quite thick.

Circular Face

Lengthen your face by growing your beard long a the bottom and trimming i on your cheeks.

Oval Face

This shape is a dream for all beards, so choose a style and go for it.

 

Beard Maintenance Tips

Start growing your beard by having a clean shave and using hydrating facial cleanser. Having fresh, cleansed and moisturized skin will help when the stubble starts to grow back.

Avoid the itchiness of the first few weeks when you’re growing a beard by using conditions and moisturizers to soften the hair and soothe the skin.

After three or four weeks, keep a growing beard neat by trimming the hair around the top of your cheeks, mustache and neckline.

Wash your beard and dab on beard oil every day to keep it healthy and hydrated.

Carry a comb with you to keep your beard smart as it gets thicker.

Shaving & Trimming

Shaving

Use shampoo or cleanser to wash your face and beard to get rid of dirt and soften the hair. Use warm water to open your pores and avoid shaving rash and razor burn.

Get a quality shaving cream ready and smooth it on your beard to help the razor glide across your face. A three-blade razor is enough to get rid of unwanted hair and avoid irritating your skin.

Run your razor under warm water and do this every three shaving swipes after.

Avoid pressing down hard when shaving, as this can cause chafing and ingrown hairs.

Keep shaving with the grain of the hair, not against it. Start with your sides and finish on your chin.

After, use a facial wash to cleanse your face. Pat dry with a towel and moisturize to sooth the skin with an aftershave lotion or balm.

 

Trimming

To start, make sure your beard is dry. Comb your hairs in one direction. Remember to move in the direction of your hair when trimming.

Use a low-number guard t get rid of the hair on your neck and switch your settings depending on the level of hair you want to remove elsewhere.

Now trim the very top of your cheeks to get rid of any stragglers, and create a clean-cut line parallel to your jawline. Use scissors to detail your beard as you like.

Afterward, wash your face thoroughly to get rid of any stray hairs.

Finish off with a beard oil to keep the hairs moisturized.

 

Haircuts

There are hundreds of men’s hairstyles around today. So, what’s the best one for you?

Square

Can carry about almost all hairstyles, but you look the best with short sideburns and hair above the ears.

Ask the barber for:

  • Short Pompadour
  • Slicked-Back Undercut
  • Buzzcut (Not Too Short)

Oblong

You suit most haircuts – as long as you go for width over height and don’t cut the sides too short.

Ask the barber for:

  • Side Parting
  • Side Fringe
  • Buzzcut (Not Too Short)

 

Circular

You want to go for a style that adds length and not width. Spiking your hair up can help make your face look longer.

Ask the barber for:

  • Pompadour
  • French Crop
  • Side Parting
  • Quiff

 

Oval

Avoid fringes that cover your forehead and work to create volume at the top to elongate your face.

Ask the barber for:

  • Fringe Up
  • Short Side-Parting
  • Undercut
  • Long & Pushed Back

 

Face

Every man needs to stick to a skincare regime. If you want smooth clean and good looking skin with no spots, follow these tips.

 

Morning

Wash your face with warm water and a gentle cleanser to get rid of dead skin and oil.

Pat dry with a clean towel.

Use a body and face moisturizer to soothe and re-hydrate your skin

 

Night

Wash your face again with cleanser.

Pat dry with a clean towel.

Get a cotton wool pad and wipe your face with a decent toner to take off any oil residue that can cause spots.

 

Skin Tips

Use a gentle exfoliator on your face once a week.

Drink two liters of water every day.

Eat plenty of fish, nuts, seeds, beans, fruit, and vegetables.

 

This has been a Grooming Guide For Men Provided to you by Starkfeed.com.

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