Great Grooming Tips for Good Looking Grooms


You know the bride is going to look a million dollars on the day so the pressure is on for you to keep up your side of the bargain and look the part as a well-groomed groom.

Here are some primping tips and useful pointers to help you fine-tune your grooming ritual and ensure that you also look your best on your wedding day.

An enjoyable way to look sharp

It’s great when you can find a grooming tip that works wonders for your appearance and it also happens to be something that is relaxing and enjoyable.

Book yourself in for a professional shave first thing in the morning of your wedding and enjoy the one time when you don’t mind someone coming at you with a razor sharp blade. A good old-fashioned cut-throat shave from a professional barber will help you look groomed to perfection and the experience is quite relaxing, which might help to sooth some last-minute nerves.

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The one time your hands are under the spotlight

You can expect your bride to be turned out perfectly with beautifully manicure nails and this might be the one day in your life where you might want to consider doing the same and arranging a manicure.

Think about it, everyone will be staring at your hands and if those nails don’t look good close-up when you are exchanging rings, it might be a bit embarrassing for you.

Work on getting your hands as smooth as possible and make sure your nails are ready to be subjected to close inspection on your wedding day.

Avoid looking pasty in your photos

You might want to avoid looking pasty on all the wedding photos, but it can be difficult to get a fake tan that looks natural, too. Therefore, it’s wise to get someone professional to do this for you, especially if you’re not confident using fake tan products yourself. Ideally, you should have at least one trial run before the wedding so you can get the fake tan level just right. Nothing would be worse than looking like a burnt orange on your wedding day!

Treat yourself to a facial and massage

Weddings can be incredibly stressful, which is why you should book yourself in for a well-deserved facial and massage. Not only will they help to relax you before your big day, but they’ll also help to get you looking ship-shape, too!

Don’t forget the facial hair

All that good work you will have done getting a professional shave and having your hair cut for the big day will all go to waste if you neglect to take care of unwanted facial hair.

Get to work on trimming excess facial hair in all the obvious spots like your nostrils and ears. Also, don’t forget to pluck the unibrow so that those close-up wedding photos don’t need to be airbrushed to look stunning.

A dazzling smile

If you have been promising yourself to fix your teeth there is no more time to waste, get your teeth whitened and any blemishes fixed in time of the big day. There are teeth-whitening products you can buy to try at home but if you want to ensure that everything goes to plan and you get the best possible results, it often pays to go to your dentist and let a professional take care of your smile.

Get into shape

If you are packing a few extra pounds or a bit of muscle toning wouldn’t go amiss getting married should be all the motivation you need to get your body ready for your wedding day.

Grooming is something you work into your day and just before you get married but you can’t leave getting into shape until the last moment. Consider speaking to a personal trainer at least a couple of months before the big date in your diary and work on a fitness program that will have you looking in fine shape on the day and ready to enjoy the honeymoon on the beach without worrying about holding your stomach in.

Follow some of these no-brainer grooming tips and you should look and feel like a million dollars on your wedding day, just like the bride.

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