Even in the normal days, what used to come out as a sign of vanity and leisure has now become a necessity when it comes to cleanliness. Self grooming even for men is completely essential especially in the month of Ramadan. Here are some important tips on how you can achieve a complete clean look.
For most men skin might not be a thing to take care of, but let me break it down to you all, skin really matters. Having a blemish free skin can add an edge to the way you look and can ease up your acne and shaving problems. A simple skincare management can make all the difference to the way you present yourself in front of others. Use a face wash that suits your skin and moisturize every day and you can always use a facial scrub for better results three times a week.
Ok now I see that having a facial amongst men is considered a major taboo for you all but if you want to keep your face looking fresh and free of spots and acne, a good facial treatment is a must for you. Get yourself treated with a facial every six weeks for a glowing complexion. Always use a sun block for yourself to protect your skin from sun burns and dark complexion. Rather than letting your pores blocked or trying to squeeze them yourself, see a trained therapist or cosmetologist.
Invest in a good-quality, non-disposable razor that can help you shave well. Keep a proper shaving brush and a good-quality shaving cream that suits your skin.
Trimming of small unnecessary hair is a must for all men. Be it bushy brows hairs or hair from the nose, ears, neck. Chop them off. They do not look manly and are not a very tidy sight to view. Keeping them trimmed will give you an immediately more groomed look.
All men should have an appealing aroma. Buy yourself a good sent this Ramadan and use it daily. A little bit of fragrance can do wonders for you; just make sure that you don’t over-apply it. No one really likes a perfume bottle walking across burning up everybody’s nostrils. Keep it simple and clean. Happy Ramadan everyone!
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