Men's grooming product sales are now fast catching up with the rest of the world's offerings. Trouble is, there's so much stuff out there, it's pretty overwhelming and complex to decide which products are the best and, as usual, it's not necessarily the most expensive tubs on the market that are the finest.
As the well-known story goes... Once upon a time, a man spent quite a long time in the bathroom and was subsequently met with horrifying looks of distrust, genuine horror and confusion, usually reserved for dads who turn up to music festivals as a 'surprise' for their kids. The End.
This story has now evolved, thankfully, as it's the done thing for a man to want to get into grooming. So, unless you're planning to join a cult, become stranded on a desert Island or move out into the woods to build yourself a small house from the trees and hunt for dinner every night, discovering your inner wolf; any kind of facial hair really needs to be maintained - to a certain extent.
We're not talking, not a hair in sight here (unless that's your bag) but - let's face it, Gandalf isn't really acceptable either, to be honest. Incidentally, Gandalf once said, 'All you have to decide, is what to do with the time that is given to you.' That's quite inspiring. What he actually means is, use your time wisely and don't forget about your beard to the point where it starts to house small animals. It's true. Find your happy medium and keep it tamed!
Barbers are now more popular than ever, with most shops being completely fully booked up throughout the week. You'd be surprised at the popularity if you haven't ventured into this world before. It's a glorious experience too, a way to escape and relax away from the stresses and strains of everyday work and or family life.