As a self-titled men’s lifestyle writer, I’ve collected my fair share of grooming products to test over the last few years. Now that Spring has arrived, I felt it was time to finally tear apart my grooming cupboard and give it the Spring Cleaning it deserved.
How does one celebrate being the "World's Oldest Barber"? With cake of course. Gillette helped Anthony Mancinelli celebrate his 105th birthday on March 2, 2016, surrounded by his colleagues and family.
Learning the ins-and-outs of travel can be tough, especially if you don’t travel often. I’m constantly on the go for work, so I feel as though I have picked up my fair share of tips and tricks. To break it down more specifically, I’ve learned the dos and don’ts for travel grooming and thought I would share a few with you.
It's ok to be proud of your facial hair. You should be, you grew it yourself. What's not ok is irritating the skin of your significant other.
I'm sure most men can agree, we tend to grow out of the products we once used back in our teen years. AXE understands this, and that's why they're going through a bit of a rebrand.
Each season brings new damages that affects your hair and skin. The summer in particular can be pretty rough on a beard, with all of the sun damage, sand, and ladies tugging on it -- your face blanket needs a little reinforcement.
Schick has created -- in my opinion -- the ultimate grooming device for men. The Schick Hydro 5 is a 4-in-1 groomer that not only packs a razor, but an adjustable trimmer as well.
Face it men, a thick healthy beard just doesn’t blossom over night. But if you give those chin hairs the
Fall is finally here, but there is one place where you just cannot cool down: the gym. When the temperature drops, exercise can be a bother when you have to pack on the scarves and coats after a sweaty work out.