When it comes to beauty products, most women have their go-tos but are always looking for the next big thing. Whether it's that perfect razor that will finally deliver smooth legs or a body wash to rinse away problem skin, we will scour the beauty aisles of drugstores looking for that miracle product that will remove all of our beauty woes. But what if someone told you there were products that could work wonders hiding in the last place you'd expect them to be? That's right: the men's section. There are many male-targeted products that can come to your rescue when your beauty regimen is in need of a boost. In honor of Father's Day, here are six products you could pick up for Dad . . . or just keep for yourself.
You've prepped, primped, and primed, all to look picture-perfect on your big day. But what about Mr. Tall, Dark, and Handsome? Help your groom feel just as ready to cross the threshold with these beauty tips. From a fresh, old-fashioned clean shave to a stylish coif, he won't be able to help but say "I do!" to your wedding day prep. On Kirbie and Billy Ray: Topshop. Veil from J. Crew.
The hardest part of your holiday shopping might just be for the men on your list, whether it's a brother, friend, husband, father, or boyfriend. While you could get him the latest video game release, opt for one of these grooming gifts instead to introduce him to a whole new side of life. Here are 10 gift ideas that he'll adore, just like you.
Being on a tour of duty in northern Afghanistan seems like one of the least likely places to discover that you enjoy getting waxed, but apparently eyebrow grooming is increasingly popular among US soldiers stationed there. Although Afghan men don't generally groom their brows, the barbers on US bases often learn brow aesthetic techniques during their training and are happy to shape up the brows of infantrymen.
Although, it seems that the military isn't too fond of brow grooming, there are no hard and fast rules against it, and back on US soil, there are plenty of dudes separating their unibrows. Plus, when you're under that much stress, who wouldn't benefit from a little pampering?
Forgive us for stating the obvious, but Paul Walker is a good-looking man. This is no surprise to anyone who's seen his blue eyes in films like The Fast and the Furious, and the sight of him running shirtless in the new Davidoff Cool Water ad campaign just drives the point home. But if Walker, 38, is even remotely aware of his sex symbol status, he definitely doesn't let on. While talking with him in Malibu recently, we found him to be a completely down-to-earth guy. He loves to surf, calls Budweiser one of his favorite beers, and geeks out over Audubon field guide apps — and he just happens to be the new face of one of the world's best-selling men's fragrances, too. Read on for the interview.