Your Easy Extra Hair Grooming Routine

The cavemen aesthetic went out of style a long time ago guys. It's time that we take care of the extra hair especially that's on our faces/ head. Now, I'm not advocating for a total shave- more so regular maintenance. In this post, we're going to be talking about your eyebrows, nose, and ears. This will help keep yourself looking young and like you take care of yourself.

The Eyebrows
This has been a hot trend in the past year or two, and for good reason. Your eyebrows frame your face and are really a focal point when talking to people. Now I'm not going to suggest your shave them off or draw them on with a pencil every day but there are things you can do to keep them looking sharp and clean. The first step is to get a pair of tweezers and clean up the unibrow. Even if the hair isn't pronounced you just want to make sure there isn't any visible hair that could be distracting. Once the hair between your eyebrows is dealt with, its time to comb through your eyebrows pulling the hairs up and seeing if there are any that stand drastically higher than the rest of your hair. If they don't, congrats your eyebrows are easier to deal with than most. If you do have hair that sticks up higher you can just grab a pair of blunt scissors and clean up that line. Finally, taking those tweezers again, you can pluck any dark stray hairs around the end of your eyebrows to give it a little more structure. This will make everything looks crisp and clean without overly tended too.

The Nose
Nose hair should be a quick and simple fix. Of course, you want to keep most of the hair in there so your nose functions normally but you should still get a pair of blunt scissors and trim any hairs that are too long or stick down and are visible. Nose hairs sticking out are one of the least attractive things to have on your face. The only word of advice is to not use tweezers for this because tweezers sometimes draw a little blood which can lead to an infection which wouldn't be very convenient.

The Ears
While this is mostly an issue that comes with aging, it's never a bad idea to keep vigilant so that it never becomes a problem. Most of the time the hair will be in the outer parts of your ear which is perfect for tweezing the singular hairs that pop up. If you notice that they are a bit too deep to tweeze comfortably use your pair of blunt scissors to get those and voila, your ears are looking as good as ears can.

Now that everything has been tidied up and there is no hair sticking out from where it shouldn't, your face will be ready to go out and look its best.

Dominick DavisComment