Ready for some grooming recommendations? Course you are!
Easter is literally just around the corner and that means one thing (besides Chocolate and family time)… Bank holiday weekend! If you’re like me, this is going to be the first weekend where you’re going to be having a proper night out in, like, forever, so you want to make sure your face is looking in tip-top shape.
For any bearded fellows out there or if you’re just on the look out for a new skin product, I’ve run-through some of my fave grooming products, broken down in the categories that I buy products for: the beard, the skin, and the hair. Hopefully, I’ll be able to convince you that they’re all worth investing in. Without further ado, let’s go!
Okay, first things first: let’s talk beards. If you’re going to want to keep your beard looking stylish and not like it could serve as a perfect bird’s nest, you’re going to want to invest in a decent beard trimmer. This men’s trimmer from Panasonic is ideal as it has 20 different cutting lengths, all in 0.5mm increments, so it’s perfect for whether you want to style things up, trim, or shave it off.
Pair that trimmer up with some fine beard oil and you’re going to be looking pretty swish. I’ve already spoke about how I love the Menrock beard oils, so I would definitely recommend them.
I’ve got sensitive skin, so I’ve tried and tested plenty of skin products through the years. Even many of the so-called sensitive skin products aren’t suitable for me, really. I have managed to find a couple that works for me. The plain and simple NIVEA MEN Sensitive Moisturiser works a charm and is my go-to daily face S.O.S.
I’ve also recently been trying Skin Doctor’s Gamma Hydroxy skin resurfacing cream. It’s supposed to help with skin ageing, and I’ve actually been able to notice that my 29-year-old face is looking a lot less tired since I’ve been using this. It also makes your skin feel super smooth, which is lovely.
When it comes to shampoo and conditioner, I really haven’t found anything better than TRESemmé. It’s an obvious recommendation too, as their range covers any type of hair so it’s a pretty versatile choice. Plus, it smells super nice.
I don’t tend to style my hair too often because I’m pretty lazy and also I’m terrible at time management. However, when I do have the time to get stylin’, I tend to use the Hanz De Funko Claymation hair clay. It was actually recommended to me by my barber and it’s always done what I wanted it to. It smells nice, and it allows for a variation of styles. The clay also gets bonus points for its natural and organic ingredients, which is always a win.
What Are Your Top Tips?
I can never claim to be a grooming expert. Like I say, I always end up running late so never really have chance to do the beauty routine that I wish I could but it’s something I want to work better at doing! Please enlighten me with your favourite beauty products or tips, and I will forever be in your debt. Comment below or tweet me at @helloitsadam.
Til next time, adios!