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.
Before you go ahead and purchase that entire rack of pre-shave oils (and trust me you will want to once you see the range of products), there’s a few things you can do to prepare yourself first.
Here's what they are
Pre-shave oils are a term being thrown around everywhere on the Internet these days. Shaving forums, Reddit threads and Facebook posts.
Yet nobody truly knows what they are, do they?
Here’s a simple breakdown of what a Pre-Shave oil is –
It’s that time of the year again. When you don’t want to get out of bed and go to work because it feels like you’re inside a furnace.
You start to question why it is you do what you do, and why after living a life of no sin, you ended up in hell’s kitchen.
It’s the Indian summer.
But have no fear, because we’re here to give you short, easy to apply hacks that could potentially make your summer days a whole lot cooler.
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.
Like many of us in the past, I’m sure you have mindlessly picked up the closest bottle of whatever you could find from that department store closest to you. We’ve all been guilty of it. I blame the system.
But believe it or not, what you apply to your face actually does matter.
Research shows that depending on what you use, your skin could be affected differently.
One of the biggest issues with any of these lubricants is the fact that some may contain alcohol.Without you even knowing it, you may be drying your own face by treating it like you do your liver.
So we thought we could help educate you on this so you can choose what’s best for you.
So there’s a new craze going round that was started by Bond. James Bond. Getting a clean shave with a straight, single blade razor. And let’s face it, we’ve all wanted to do this to make ourselves feel as cool as Bond, even though we all know we’ll never really get there.
But before you make that impulsive decision to buy a bunch of single blade razors, let’s look at the facts. The reality is, that while single blades can be cool and classy but they may not be the most convenient for the normal working man.
There is a proper way to do everything to get the best results, and given how important shaving is to your daily routine, you should know the best way to do it. So here our tips on the best way to shave.
Before dragging that mushy, white foam/cream across your face, and diving right in blade first, there’s a few things you can do to make sure you get the best out of your shave.
Doing so will lead to healthy skin and an overall healthy outlook on life.
Let’s Talk about Your First Impression.
Yes, first impressions do matter. And no, not just for those you like to think of as superficial, rich, socialites on reality TV. You know what they say “Your First Impression is your last Impression”.
First impressions matter because like it or not, they are the first indicator into your personality, and will cause the person looking at you to make a snap judgment that is almost subconscious.
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