You’ve seen the change happening in men’s grooming and men’s health, right? Look at the new flurry of male-oriented TV advertising. Anything and everything from skincare and makeup to body shaving devices, special moisturizers, and more.
Just 10 years ago such ads would have been impossible. Makeup for men? But why not?
Competition for anything worthwhile is brutal these days. At work, the “battle” between Gen Xers and Millennials is as bad as the Russian-American cold war. Looking good, looking successful, looking young can’t be underestimated in your climb to the top of the corporate ladder… and let’s face it, in your pursuit of the ideal partner.
And while granddad may never see the need to trim his caterpillar eyebrows (Yikes!) or shave his hairy ears (double Yikes!), today’s enlightened men understand the advantages of looking thin, trimmed, and toned.
Did you know that waxing body hair is hot among the under-50 set… especially brows and ears?
Here's an odd fact: male brows grow at twice the rate of female brows. No wonder so many gentlemen look, dare we say, neanderthal. For the men out there who want to ditch the caveman look – we got you. First, have your brows professionally trimmed and whipped into a handsome shape. This isn’t something you can do yourself, at least for the first time. Sure, you can get rid of a few rogue hairs; but beyond that professional help can work wonders!
Once your brows are under control, there are three things you can do each day to get the best brows of your life.
P.S. – While you are getting your brows in shape, start thinking about your lashes! More luxurious lashes are just a step away. We always recommend RevitaLash® Advanced - not only does the formula strengthen and condition lashes (cuts down on breakage, too), but it can add more natural curl too!
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If you’ve ever stepped out of the salon feeling like the “after” shot in a makeover montage, then you know how a new hairstyle or color can boost your confidence. But salon services can also leave your hair dry, damaged, or compromised—especially if you neglect to follow your stylist’s aftercare instructions.