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The Grooming montage activate!

  • Published at 07:44 pm December 17th, 2018
AT, Dec 2018, wedding issue,pg 18
Photos: Bigstock

What better time to Bond it up than right before your wedding?

The fitted tuxedo/suit, the perfect watch for the occasion, gorgeous hair and stunning features - “Name’s Groom, the perfect Groom.”

You only get married once, if everything else falls into order which is why it is essential to be looking, smelling and behaving your absolute best on your wedding day!

These pro-tips will not just help you look dapper and distinguished, but also make you feel the same way on your big day!

Almost anyone can put on the good cologne, whip out the good suit, chew gum and smile for an entire day.To groom the right way, you must feel, as well as look nonchalant, but proper.

Getting into that tux/suit

We think the bride as well as the groom’s entire family deserves one perfect evening, and in our country’s context, at least three (wedding, reception and holud), where everything (including the man of the hour) is picture perfect. We would suggest cutting down on all unhealthy habits at least six months prior to the wedding. Substitute anything greasy, oily and fatty with fruits, salads, almonds, bananas and all things clean. A clean diet and a stop to unhealthy practices could get you into meaner shape for the wedding as well as grace you clean, glowing skin! So get rid of that cola, and get on the green tea wagon. Greatness awaits!

Get a cleansing routine

This cannot be stressed enough. Your face is your money-maker on your wedding day, which makes it excruciatingly important not to look stressed, dull or exhausted. The key is to cleanse, exfoliate and moisturize, exactly in that order. 

Rub facewash gently on your entire face and get a fabulous cleanse. Rub the pores on your skin with a loofah in a circular motion to get your exfoliation ticked off, and moisturize afterwards. Cleanse-exfoliate-moisturize. One technique to rule them all. 

For best results, cleanse and moisturize twice a day and exfoliate thrice a week.

Beards and razor burns

If you’re planning on keeping a beard for your big day, be sure to use beard oil. Choose a scent that goes with your musky persona and reek of glory throughout the day. 

On the contrary, if you plan on going clean-shaven, you absolutely must get a ‘straight razor shave’ from your barber the day before. This is vital, because we do not want that precious cleansed, exfoliated and moisturized face to be scarred with razor burns. 

Get a good trimmer

The last essential grooming tip is an obvious one, that we see too many of our grooms missing. Be it a Panasonic, or a Kenei, get a good trimmer. You wouldn’t want to take any chances on your big day!


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