Facials are for everybody. For decades it was believed to be somewhat taboo for a man to get a facial. It was thought to be girly and something that only women did.
Your face is your first line of defence against the world. Facial hard. As part of a new series into the grooming treatments most men are at best on, we are going face first into the creams, masks and solutions said to make you more youthful and handsome.
Roguish looks will always be in. However, don't ever think that it can be achieved just by living in the wild or ignoring facials and hygiene. Regardless of the look a man wants to sport, it is essential that he cares for his facial skin first foremost.
In the battle to be the best a man can be, the 21st-century boy is confronted by the same question again and again: where to draw the line? Laser surgery to correct imperfect eyesight, cosmetic dentistry to give you a perfect smile - this is now the kind of routine self-improvement that we get done in our lunch break. But brother - where does it end?
Gone are the days of just dragging a bar of soap across your face. You get it. Taking good care of your skin will keep it healthy and youthful.
You will look better. You will feel better. You will learn to love Enya.
No matter how on-point you think you are at maintaining the health and appearance of the skin on your face, you will never be as capable as someone that does it for a living. Which is why you need to bring your mug in for a tune-up with a licensed professional. Should you need further convincing take it from the experts below.
At Glasgow's Turkish Barbers Grooming Room you are spoilt for choice when it comes to men's haircuts and grooming. Pop in for a quick trim or treat yourself to a hot towel shave or one of their extensive grooming treatments to put some luxury into your day. Located just a 5-minute walk from Pollokshields East station it's easy to find and the experienced team of stylists will make you feel at home from the minute you step through the door.
The facts are clear: spa guys are on the rise. According to a survey conducted for the International Spa Association, while spa visits by men held steady at about 30 percent for nearly a decade, it shot up dramatically to 47 percent in And although massage continues to be the most requested spa treatment among both men and women, an interest in results-driven facials and skincare treatments is also steadily increasing among men.