On this week’s guide to shaving article, we’ve got a whole new set of tips that will bring to you the smooth shave you deserve.
Shaving is a simple art form, but it is an art form, and it needs diligence and discipline to perfect. Check out the tips below and follow them to a tee for a smooth, acne-free face.
We live in a fast-paced social media run era, and at the forefront of that is people’s impression of you. If you take your time adapting to this new age you will find that you’re going to soon be left behind.
For most of us working professionally, taking care of ourselves tends to fall by the wayside; whether it’s our diet and fitness or our overall skincare and grooming.
Fortunately, there’s ways to work around the busy schedule and use the time we do have on our hands to ensure a cleaner and healthier look.
The biggest question surrounding pre-shave oils today is this one: are pre-shave oils even necessary and why should you use them?
You used to get by fine for all these years when you didn’t used to use them, so why change up your routine now?
Shaving is considered an art for a very real reason.
There’s people out there (majority of the modern day rat racers), that view shaving as a mild inconvenience on a Monday morning rather than a subtle yet important part of our overall wellbeing.
For shaving to completely evolve from an inconvenient necessity to the art that we know it can be, there are a few simple mistakes to avoid.
Pre-shave oils are probably the most important piece of your toolkit that you’re missing. Let’s face it, until a few years ago, it was only a very small minority that actually cared about what they put on their face...
For men in their 20s there’s two types of grooming that you need to be aware of – amateur grooming and professional grooming.
Professional grooming on one hand could mean shelling out a wad of cash every couple of weeks to get a top class shave and a haircut, but there’s another side to it that’s often ignored – developing good grooming habits through your 20s that will benefit you in the long term.
There are many, many things you can do now, but we’ll start with the most practical ones that can be honed on a relatively frugal budget.
Monsoons can be tricky to deal with. It brings the temperatures down, but leaves you feeling all sticky and gross.
It can also lead you to take a rain check (no pun intended) on the style department, and so you end up slacking through the season waiting and hoping winter rolls around the corner soon.
It’s already burning up outside.
And for those of you familiar with the Indian summer, you know it’s only going to get worse.
Apart from taking care of your grooming and going lighter and brighter, there’s more you can do that can easily make sure you stay fresh this summer.
Shaving is an important yet misunderstood art.
It’s a necessity for most people to have a clean face, yet people don’t invest enough time trying to figure out how to optimize the activity to ensure that their face is left with a long-lasting afterglow.
That’s where we come in. Here’s why you need to know your skin type BEFORE you even start shaving.