Posted by Brad Wicks on March 5, 2019 Grooming Tips, Latest News, Product Features, Shaving Tips No Comments

Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, or it is to your partner at least! Either way, you have a responsibility to make sure you look your best. It’s only for a day, so make the effort. You can slide straight back into your comfy jeans and hide under your favourite cap soon.

Getting prepped doesn’t have to be a drag either. Below, our expert team has put together some simple – but effective – styling tips to get you through the big day. Good luck.

Book yourself in for a wet shave

Head down to your local barbershop with your groomsmen for a traditional wet shave before your wedding day: the hot towels will help your complexion, while a traditional cut-throat razor promises to offer a close shave that’s very hard to achieve with cartridge razors at home. Make sure your barber uses a post-shave balm to soothe the skin and reduce redness and irritation too.

a man gets a wet shave in a barbershop before his wedding day with the bluebeards revenge

Don’t leave your haircut too late

It doesn’t matter if you’re drastically changing your style (we don’t recommend this!) or just keeping things tidy; make sure you book in to see your barber a week before your wedding. Giving yourself a solid seven days means your new haircut can settle in, making it look more natural. Go for a timeless style as well – that way your wedding photos will never look too dated and you can avoid embarrassing future conversions: “Is that a bowl cut!?”

Wash your hair properly

Men often neglect shampoo and conditioner, but they are essential grooming products for balancing the production of sebum oil, which causes greasy hair. Every man needs a bespoke regime when it comes to shampoos and conditioners, as sebum oil is produced at different speeds depending on the person. Washing your hair with each product on a daily basis should be sufficient for most. You don’t want greasy hair on your wedding day, do you?

Deal with excess hairs

No, not down there – although that might need a little manscaping as well!

Go the extra mile and ask your barber to trim your nose hair, pluck or thread your eyebrows, and sort out your sprouting ears. These grooming procedures are common practice for barbers now, so there’s no shame in asking.

Show your beard some love

If you’re a man with a beard, make sure you trim the unruly fuzz before the big day. Beards can get messy quickly, so do this right up until the big day. Use a beard oil and comb as well to soften your facial hair and leave it smelling strong.

Pay attention to your skin

Your skin is your largest organ and deserves to be pampered. Drink plenty of water in the build up to your wedding to keep your skin hydrated. It’s also worth using a face scrub to remove dirt and oil from deep inside the skin’s pores for a complexion that glows with confidence. Finish with a moisturiser to lock in all that goodness.

Clean and clip your nails

Lots of men get so caught up thinking about their suit, shoes and tie that they forget to sort the simple things. It takes no time at all to cut and clean your nails, but it’ll make all the difference.

a man applies perfume to himself

Apply cologne properly

Whether it’s sweet or musky, make sure you wear cologne on your wedding day. Applying your favourite fragrance is an art: regulate the number of spritzes to just one or two and dip your finger into the cologne to evenly distribute the scent. Consider the wrists, neck and chest as grooming hotspots.

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