Grooming was monopolized by women a few decades ago, but right now, we see more and more men taking genuine care to keep themselves well-groomed with regular visits to the salon for a manicure/pedicure besides going for a hair cut or beard trims! We have quite a several creams, lotions, and beauty products catering to the needs of our handsome men who love looking smart. Body groomers for men have become a trending affair now.
While excessive hair was a sign of a macho man some time ago, times have changed, and men these days even thread their eyebrows and wax their chests! Way to go indeed. But to do this, all one has to have the right equipment that’s precise and safe to use on your skin. Else it can be frustrating and irritating.
From ‘Hair’ to ‘Bare’
Centuries ago, sculpting body hair was seen as a sign of money, but still many stuck with long, rugged beards for great looks. But now, grooming products have become cheaper, and men are seen with personal razors and trimming machines trying out different bearding styles to match their long ponytails!
Besides looks, grooming yourself makes you feel more hygienic and cleaner as there is not much place for sweat to play hide and seek-in your chest, back, beard, or even armpits. Yes! Armpits, too, occupy a significant place in body grooming but with the difference that they are not entirely shaven off but significantly reduced. With the eyebrows, you need to play it right. Otherwise, you might look thoroughly out of place-remember; your brows are an essential feature that helps you communicate feelings such as exclamation or joy to others.
Bored of the Beard? Just Trim Them
Stylists are substantially paid these days to imitate the looks of famous personalities such as actors and models. A man looks manly in a beard, and most feel contended by growing a stylish one. They get a kick in trying different styles such as French beard, Royale beard, Van Dyke beard, Anchor beard, and so on. But to do all of this, one needs a beard trimmer.
Black or white skin-it’s just a color, and beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. While we might think that maintaining black skin, trimming, and shaving is pretty more relaxed, there are quite a few tricky factors that need to be handled.
Be sure to foresee the factors below before selecting a beard trimmer. Any electronic equipment needs the power to function well, and so does a trimmer. Choose one that has excellent motor power and durable blades to cut facial hair as men have thicker hair-especially black men who have tough beards that can be curly too. Selecting the right beard trimmer for a black man is ideal for maintaining his skin texture and keeping it safe. Cordless trimmers seem to be easy to handle, but they also lack enough power when compared to the corded ones.
Try to get hold of one that can work as a corded/cordless trimmer for convenience of use. Additional accessories play an essential role in any trimmer-get one that comes with different combs to groom your beard while trimming and also look out for additional bladed as these can wear away faster when used regularly. Above all, get a trimmer that comes with the option for choosing different powers to cut different areas of the face and to shape it. Getting a trimmer costs you nothing more than spending money, but once you purchase it, you need to maintain it well.
Facial hair is minimal in size, and there are chances that they get stuck in the blades quite often. Most electric trimmers come with an automatic cleaning base that makes the job simpler.
Selling out on Moisturizers
Trimming can be quite daunting, but maintaining the exposed skin area after it is even harder when you don’t have a suitable skin type. And sorry guys, most black men suffer from dry skin types, and a good moisturizer is a lifesaver in their case. Cuts and scratches are widespread here, and it is best to use an alcohol-based aftershave to stop these and clear away unwanted hair. Don’t miss out on any extra hair, and if you have, please don’t pick them out with your hand; this can lead to more significant problems.
The appearance of a beard is a sign that a boy has grown into a man. Trimming your beard is critical for hygiene purposes and to give you the right looks as well. Do a nice and clean job to stay smart.