Picking the right hairstyle is a lot harder than it seems. The wrong cut can make anyone look a little off. So, the folks over at Birchbox created a handy chart that matches the best hairstyles and cuts to your face shape.
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Pampering and taking care of yourself is a great step towards looking and feeling good. Daily beauty habits are no longer just for females.
Men care about the way they look just as much and to facilitate your primping and preening, Gifts Australia has a wide range of men's grooming products.
Whether you're buying for yourself or looking for gifts for men who love to look (and smell) good, here are our top tips for men's grooming and pampering.
Taking a bath is not about getting clean -- that's what showers are for. Baths are about calming your troubled mind and soothing your aches and pains, both physical and emotional. As a highly sensitive person, I find baths to be necessary, and I've gotten very good at them.
My university roommate and I stood worlds apart. She'd slap some body lotion on her face, as in lotion left over from her arms and legs, straight from the pump bottle. Meanwhile, I moisturised with special facial moisturisers. I thought she was doing more harm than good, but her method wasn't as harmful as I thought.
Most men are pretty useless when it comes to grooming products. We'll maybe muss some gel through our hair on special occasions, but that's about it. As it turns out, men's hair products are almost as varied as their female counterparts. This lavishly illustrated infographic will help you to distinguish a clay from a wax and a mousse from a pomades. (Have no fear: it also includes plenty of styling and application tips.)
Putting on a little fragrance at the beginning of the day and expecting it to stick around through the day and through an evening event is a bit of a tall order, but Aaron Marino, of IAmAlphaM, has a very simple (and almost obvious) trick to help it last longer -- and thankfully it's not "just apply more." Moisturise.