Pre-Wedding Day Grooming for Grooms
Gentlemen, on your wedding day, you’re expected to look better than your best. This means biting the bullet, gritting your teeth and manning up for a little pre-wedding “groom”-ing. Here are 7 ways to spiff up.
Here’s the deal: On your wedding day, people will focus more on your hands (and nails) than they will during any other moment of your life — combined. Even if you’re okay with grungy nails, your bride (despite what she says) is not. The pedi is optional.
When it comes to looking healthy, most grooms are stuck between sun-beds or fake bakes. If you don’t think you can handle the machine on your own, let a professional do it.
3. Facial Hair/Shaving
A little sculpting and tweaking can do wonders in framing your face and, let’s face it: straggly mutant brow hairs aren’t a good look for your wedding day. To achieve a smooth shave, rub some pre-shaving oil onto your skin, shave when in the shower – or just after, as warm water opens up the pores and softens your face. Then apply a moisturizer rather than an alcohol based aftershave.
During the countdown to your wedding, your skin will be attacked from all sides: the combination of a boozy stag do, last minute planning stress and sleep deprivation is a toxic formula, sapping your skin of its glow – right when you need it most. You’ll need a potent remedy to get your complexion wedding-ready.
Who doesn’t love a massage? If you’ve never been to a professional masseuse at nuBest salon, we strongly recommend it. It’s the perfect way to release all of the wedding preps and tension and it can actually help your posture, so you’ve earned this. Enjoy.
6. Teeth Whitening
Get your teeth cleaned about a month before the wedding and continue your normal brushing routine. There’s nothing manly about having colored teeth. Whiten them for the photos.
7. Upgrade Haircut
Warning: Do not experiment with a new cut on the day of your wedding. Your fiancé already likes the hair that you have. Instead, spring for an upscale trim at nuBest salon a month before the wedding so you have time to regrow an “accident.” Once it’s tested and approved, repeat a week before your wedding.