Key Grooming Areas That Every Man Should Maintain
Self-care and grooming are an essential aspect of people’s lives as it makes them presentable and prepares you for the day’s rigors. For men, this may sound pretty straightforward. But beyond the clothes and appearance, men want to project their image onto the world around them. So it is easy to find a clean-shaven man in a three-piece suit on a Monday morning but the same man with a beard stubble just three days later on vacation. This article will discuss some key grooming areas for men.
For the average man, shaving can be quite a dilemma. Depending on how you want to look and your job demands, you may decide to go clean-shaven or grow a beard. But whichever you choose to go with, you will have to keep up the appearance—going clean-shaven means that you will have to use a razor every morning. The best time to shave is after taking a shower, and your stubble is warm; it is easier to cut. However, you have to deal with razor burn. Though keeping a beard requires some attention, you do not have to keep at it every day. Additionally, there are several beard maintenance tips for every type of beard, so just find what works for you, and you are good to go.
How you wear your hair is an extension of yourself. Whether short and cropped or long and flowing, you need to take good care of your hair. The first thing to do is to have a good barber or hair technician/stylist who will take care of or treat your hair and give you sound advice on how to maintain it. You should also consider the type of hairstyle that will suit your face. Also, choose hair products that are suitable for your hair.
The skin covers the whole body, and it needs to be nourished and taken care of properly. Many daily activities put pressure on the skin, and before long, it deteriorates due to contact with the elements, chemicals, and others. Your diet also affects your skin, so you should really mind what you eat. Try using chemical-free cleansers to wipe your face and neck at least once a day. It is also advisable to use an oil-free lotion with SPF 15 or higher to keep the skin hydrated and safe from the sun’s harmful rays. As much as possible, get rid of dead skin cells so that the new skin cells can glow and have your skin looking supple.
The nails on your fingers and toes can harbor germs that are harmful to your health. You need to frequently trim your fingernails, in particular, as they grow up to three times faster than the toenails. Aside from the health reasons, having dirty or unkempt nails is not a pretty sight. Having good clean nails is a sign of good personal hygiene.
Good grooming starts with good personal hygiene. So, in addition to these, make sure you practice good personal hygiene such as brushing your teeth at least twice a day, bathing regularly, and eating well.
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