Monday, 7 July 2014

Tips for the Groom

Knowing what to wear on your wedding day is not as easy as one might imagine. Many people assume that brides are the only ones who bother thinking about their wedding appearance; however this is not true. Looking good on the big day also concerns the groom. This is one day that manly pride needs to be put aside to make way for a little metro-sexual pampering.

Hair - No cheap cuts for the big day. Grooms should head to a Urban Male, where Helen can tailor a cut to suit your hair texture, facial features and personal style. Schedule an appointment at least a week or two before the wedding. The groom should also check out what styling products & make sure he has some for the big day.
Nails - I don’t advise a hot pink hue here, but a “man-icure” is recommended for the big day. Having clean, manicured nails can enhance the wedding band and look good in any close-up photographs. Grooms should head to a nail salon one or two days before the wedding. There, the manicurist will buff, file and shape their nails, trim the cuticles and exfoliate any surrounding dry skin.
Skin & Facial Care - Grooms should consider a three-step skincare regime in the lead-up to their wedding day – that is, cleansing, toning and moisturising. Arranging a facial a few days before the wedding can also be a good way to get rid of any dryness, dead skin, impurities or build-up.
It is essential that groom shaves on the morning of the wedding – or at least gives his goatee, beard or moustache a trim. A good way to get a clean shave? First, apply a hot towel to the face to soften the hairs, then layer on the shaving cream.

Enjoy the special day!

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