It is a difficult task to keep it 100 when grooming for a signature look. Let’s see: nice hair, smooth and supple skin, nice looking teeth and so on. As good looking men that we are or looking forward to, we consider fixing to the latest trends defining us from head to toe. It starts with cutting out our beards as preferred and of course we don’t forget the manscaping venture.
Whatever you have to do, just keep it simple since too much of anything is poisonous. For the love and favor of the man’s world, here is what we share with you for a better look after everything is set.
Getting the right scent
If you are a man, who gets a compliment from your lady on how great you smell, then it means that you have set some time aside for experimentation. To get something that works for your chemistry and personality is a nail on the head for a signature scent.
The thing with fragrance is that if you pay attention just like you do to your clothes, then you can’t go wrong or at least not too far erroneous. GroomingAdepts says a pleasant scent is just like as good as a nice pair of shoes or belt. It can cover for the rest of what is not beyond a reasonable doubt. Take your time, stick to a particular perfume brand before you decide it’s the one for you.
What is your hair type?
Before you get the latest haircut for the season, check out your hair type. Derek O’Neil from Groomingadepts.com said “It’s a protocol if you are a well-groomed man if you want something that you can work with.” Here are some of the characteristics present in many:
- Density: You either have a thick, medium, or thin hair.
- Porous factor: Call it porosity. It’s the hair’s ability to hold moisture or the hydration level of the hair and the scalp. It’s either low, medium or high.
- Elastic or not: It is hairs’ ability to stretch and bend without breaking.
- Curl pattern: Is it straight, curly, coiled or wavy?
Check what you own by going through the list above. It is a good idea to do so when your hair is clean and dry without any products on it. After that, you can head to the barber and explain how you want it done. When the barber sees it as fit, proceed to have a look you were longing for.
Protecting your skin
The cold winter days and the scorching sound are bad news for your skin. The effects might be adverse depending on your skin type, but skin drying, skin burns, and redness serve as the common skin distractions. Looking good means that you are aware of this and you remember to have a sunscreen for skin protection.
Go for sunscreens protecting both UVA and UVB rays if that is possible, with a collection of antioxidants. The best recipe for the skin would be when you have a minimum of SPF15 protection from the rays. For the antioxidants, consider those including vitamin C, E and coenzyme Q10.
Bad breath ruins great grooming morals. That is why getting a brush to reach the teeth’s nooks is vital for dental hygiene. Studies show that flossing does about 40% of the work needed to remove bacteria or plaque especially in between the teeth. They are the hard to reach areas for the brush, and that is why we necessitate the need to clean the teeth at least once in a day.
Plaque triggers acidity which results to cavities and irritated gums, leading to gum disease and bad breath. You might substitute the floss with some mints or occasional mouthwash, but that does not overtake the disadvantages of not having a proper floss. You might also note red solutions when you spit in between flossing. It means that you are bleeding and the gums are inflamed due to plaque accumulation. That should not disappoint you. Keep brushing your teeth once a day and all the trouble will be gone.
Book your schedule in advance
You want your nails done, your beard and hair trimmed and the eyebrows checked on time. Since it is a routine for well-groomed men, it follows research on some of the best barbershops in town and having an appointment with the barber. Visit the perfectionists once after every 4-6 weeks. Do you have an emergency? Just have the number on speed dial.
A good-looking man is always approachable, and the ladies love a fine looking specimen. How you work on it will lift the gauge limits and define who you are after the world has read the details.