Grooming your Groom…
If your fiancé and his friends are like most men (clueless when it comes to skin), they’re probably thinking the only prepping they need is a haircut a couple weeks in advance and quick shave on the morning of the big day. That’s where they’d be dead wrong! Alistbeauty gives you the low down on exactly what your groom and his guys should do to get all groomed up for the wedding. Feel free to let they read this or pass long the info.
Get in training
Guys like a hassel -free regimens and immediate results, both of which are best achieved when an esthetics expert creates a personalized plan for him. “It’s tough to navigate grooming, and a skin expert can take away the guesswork. They’ll assess his current skin, recomand skin products to his unique needs The hard job is to drag him there in the first place!
Establish a strict regimen
A skin professional will help creating a routine for at-home as well as recomand professional treatments in a spa. We suggests monthly facials to begin six months from the big day. “Professional treatments accelerate results and guys are all about seeing a visible difference quickly.”
Exfoliate (and no, shaving won’t help)
Resurfacing when they shave that is a myth. Men’s facial skin is typically thicker than women’s, which makes skin exfoliation very important. We recommend a regimen of resurfacing 1-2 times per week at night. I love glycolic acid, which is derived from sugarcane, as a natural way to dissolve layers of dead skin while you sleep.” Of course, professional facials include resurfacing as well.
Invest in the best shaving cream
To avoid razor burn , bumps and reness, We suggest looking into a good moisturizing shaving cream and a serum that contains glycolic acid or salicylic acid, both of which are exfoliating agents that unclug your pores. Keep an eye out for hypoallergenic products without fragrance to avoid further irritating his skin.
Keep your beard conditioned
Yep, you read that right! Stock up on some oils, especially ones that contain vitamin D to thicken and smooth beard hair before the big day, says Hilling. “You can rub the oils in your hair as well as an at-home scalp treatment.”
He is going to have a ring on it
So have him take care of his hands, a manicure will help make his hands look good for pictuers!