Top Grooming mistakes by MEN

So, you've just graduated from high school, and if you are one of the lucky few to have landed that first job. Are you ready to find success in life, love and everything in between (even if it borders on the one-room apartment, which has an uncanny resemblance to your college dorm room). All this seems to be under control, you officially take responsibility mature, young man - with the exception of maintenance errors persist around with your teenage days. Old habits may die hard, but it does not mean you can not avoid social suicide, taking into account these top 10 common mistakes of care.

1: Sport cologne is too much

Too much of a good thing can spell disaster and could not be more true than with cologne. A few extra spritzes can turn even the most subtle flavors in a cloud of toxic fumes. All you need is two or three jets in the right places. Focusing on pulse points on wrists and behind the ears should be enough to keep you going all day (and night).

2: Do not use a moisturizer

The growth of the proverbial thick skin is a great thing to survive in an insane world, but literally going the route, giving a humidifier can kill your chances to fight fine lines and wrinkles. Male skin may look tough, but it is so erratic that a simple shower can leave it dry and cracked as drought covered the ground. Irritation from shaving only adds fuel to the fire. Lightweight moisturizer with an SPF of reference should be used daily on face and neck in order to replenish the water content, soothe the skin and provide protection from the elements.

3: Dirty, cut nails

Although strange, kind of well-groomed man with overgrown, cracked nails are not so rare. Nails should always be clipped short, but never so short as to expose the nail bed, which can be incredibly painful experience. And get over any reservations you may have about manicures and pedicures. Waiver of regular nail care on a professional can lead to uneven growth of unsightly nails and fungal infections. It is important to treat yourself once in four to six weeks to get your nails trimmed and filed properly, and most importantly, your cuticles trimmed down. You can skip the nails.

4: dry shaving

Despite advances in technology, electric razors, shaving powder is still rough stuff. Most men forget to exfoliate and use proper lubrication during the transition dry, which can lead to razor burn, ingrown hairs and shave not as close as it should be. Shave during or after a shower, when the beard is soft, and apply exfoliating wash to clean dirt and debris. Then, most importantly, use a shaving gel and razor clean shave to get the maximum with minimum irritation.

5: The use of worn-out razor

Disposable razors are just that: disposable. The problem is that even the most skilled razor forget that the cartridges have a relatively short lifespan of about two weeks. Using the blade past its expiration may harm your face by copying the uneven hair follicle and out to the burned, bleeding skin on your way. Healthy blades should glide along the face and cut painless precision. Fortunately, today's best shaver light strip at the top that allows you to find out when his day of reckoning is at hand.

6: Using too much hair gel

The only thing worse than without the use of the product at all to accumulate enough to turn his head in a helmet - the sound is crisp hair that which is best left in the late '80s. Gloppy gels child's play, and leaves no room to move, so go easy paste and putty to create shape and definition, while preserving the natural look.

7: Failure to thinning hair

Only a few lucky people will never have to face the facts of life, with thinning hair. Male pattern baldness can begin in your twenties And progress at a constant rate 4% per year until you're left with uneven growth or nothing. The right haircut can minimize the appearance of bald spots, but it's not going to stop on a path of destruction. Surprisingly, over-the-counter serums and chemical foam minoxidil has been shown to slow down and even regrow hair in many cases. If this is not enough to cut their losses and talk with your dermatologist about prescription treatments. And if all else fails, shave it clean.

8: Ignoring the nose and ear hair

Almost everything you do in life, from career to dating, requires you to sell your face. And the most distracting (and sickening) that we should look at this overgrown nose and ear hair. These hairs are important for filtering trash and ultimately keeping the body healthy, but they no longer have any purpose if they do open a cameo appearance undesirable. With a little care to keep the crowd scissor away.

9: unkempt facial hair

Treatment of your beard, like a summer camp arts and crafts project a quick way to look like an artist rendering of America's Most Wanted. If you have any thing to eternal neck, you can keep your mane hand without looking like a criminal. Shave just before the jaw line to create a look that neatly does require effort. It is worth a few extra days of growth is good, but do not let your beard reaching mountain-man proportions. And if it takes too much time to maintain the hair, beard, probably not for you.

10: Delivery of body hair wild

The hair on the body of an external manifestation of undeniable courage. But there comes a time when the jungle of hair should be cut back. Invest in a trimmer with adjustable parameters and the hair clip, especially in the chest and abdomen, so relevant, but of course are long. You can avoid the sharp lines of demarcation by using different settings. It takes a little practice to get it right, but trim body hair in the end makes the difference between beauty and the beast, when you wear open-necked

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