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Grooming habits all men should have

Here are some grooming habits that ensure you don't let yourself down with unsightly hair or unnecessarily puffy eyes.

Fashion & Beauty By Ariba KhaliqMar 03, 2015

The Secret to Suaveness

Men frequently feel bewildered by the awe-inspiring amount of advice, opinion and small pots that are packed with expensive looks in the market, which are meant for grooming them. Spending a large amount of money on a thousand different products, or locking yourself up in the bathroom for hours at a time doesn’t really work. Instead, you need to develop a daily routine that is quick, simple and manageable. Here are some trouble-free grooming habits that all men should try.

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Visit Your Barber Regularly

After your latest visit to the barber, make sure you get an appointment after every four weeks. Many a time’s people wait hopelessly with outgrown hair before they do anything about it. So, if it seems like you need a cut, be proactive and regularly meet your barber before you get a horrific reaction.

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Date Your Toothbrush

Your smile and your shoes are something all women notice and when it comes to latter, there are no reasons for you to ignore the advances in technology. According to a study done by Sheffield University, electric toothbrushes are better for your health as they help in reducing 11% more plaque in comparison to manual brush and also reduce gum problems. Do also use mouthwash after you brush early morning.

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Scrub Your Face

Face scrubs sound generous, but they actually are just textured face washes that help in getting the dead skin off your face. Try scrubbing every Monday morning to rub the weekend off your face and follow the week with a simple face wash. This will help you look better than you normally feel with in no time.

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Manage Your Facial Fuzz

Facial hair of any length needs to be tamed and maintained if you want to be taken seriously. For this you don’t really have to spend much on a beard trimmer, so simply pick up a trimmer now and make it a routine of getting into a weekly tidying up habit.

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