The 10 Best men's grooming products
Movember has arrived, but it doesn't all have to be novelty fuzz. Rock a serious moustache look with these grooming essentials
Sunday 03 November 2013
This potion should be gently massaged into your facial hair; it'll keep any new moustache you might be growing for Movember looking particularly glossy.
If you decide not to keep your new furry friend at the end of Movember, then dispatch it with style – and a flourish – with this fancy razor.
Growing a 'tache is easy but the maintenance could catch you out, which is where this comb comes in handy. And £2 from every one sold is invested back into men's health.
Keeping facial hair in shape and giving it a bit of body is paramount. This fancy little tub of wax is lightly scented so will keep your 'tache looking and smelling dandy.
If hair and lip must part company, let it be with care and attention. If you use this Badger brush, you'll de-fuzz with a certain amount of flair and panache.
If you already have a beard but are paring it down, manscape some suitable looking stubble with this little gadget from BaByliss. It works in the shower, too.
The facial wizardry that is the handlebar-and-goatee combo requires a steady hand and a certain amount of skill. So invest in this clear beard lube from Jack Black.
From £7, getjackblack.com
If you're planning to opt for the Magnum, P.I. style, then the rest of your face would need to be pretty clean-shaven. This oil gives a close, accurate shave.
This kit contains comb, scissors and wax, and you'll also get an expert guide on how to cultivate that shapely bit of facial hair.
Come December, this shaving mud can double as a cleansing face mask. You could also apply it to the 'tache while it's still in situ, helping to nourish and condition.
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