Men's grooming segment is on an exponential growth. Market is flooding with only-men's products, from shampoos to beard oils to skin cares. And from what we see around, this market seems to grow, hopefully with a healthy competition and right choices for its consumers.
Himalaya recently segmented into MEN products. The range includes face-wash and similar products along with the new Face & Beard wash. It is no surprise to those men who daunt around with great facial hair and groom it right, that nowadays they have an ample choice to chisel their bristles.
"Established in 1805, the world's oldest barbershop - Truefitt & Hill, has provided discerning gentlemen with only the finest in grooming products and services. Their offering gives men the opportunity to look and feel their very best."
" A man’s desire for a son is usually nothing but the wish to duplicate himself in order that such a remarkable pattern may not be lost to the world. " - Helen Rowland
On this Father's Day, let the fragrances create a remarkable pattern to take the legacy of fatherhood in the future to come.
How often have you men used a female brand or at times even their products in your grooming regime?? Never?? Ok I don’t buy lies so be honest. Once, twice or still using? Don’t shy away, that has nothing to do with questioning your masculinity. The problem is we men lack all-for-man brands, products that are for us - to groom our body, our hair, our beard and so on. But as they say, there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel and thus today your horrific shopping decisions come to an end.
Today, haircut is more about looking stylish and smart whereas facial grooming is about having a clear skin tone and hygiene. Hence to give a quick word on “how much grooming is too much” I would like to throw some pointers that might help you to stay in your limits both, in terms of saving your masculine image and your pocket dent.