Grooms Get It, Too: Ways to Look Like a Dashing Debonair on Your Wedding Day

Nowadays, the beauty industry isn’t catered to just women and celebrities anymore. Even the regular guy wants to look good and flawless not only during special occasions but also in their everyday lives.

But, the time when men really want to push the boundaries when it comes to grooming is on their wedding day. There is a secret behind that bridal glow that many women have on their big day.

Sometimes, no matter how charming or good-looking a groom is, he just can’t match up with his bride. Others would argue that it’s perfectly reasonable to let the bride shine on her wedding, but grooms have to do their share as well.

After all, he’s the first person the bride sees when she walks down the aisle, donning his crisp suit and one of the wedding bands for men he could find. But, why is it that despite all the facials, spa, and hair treatments, it still seems not enough?

Here’s the secret: brides start the beauty game much, much earlier than grooms. So, if you want to catch up, you have to start your pre-wedding preparations at least two months before the wedding. Here are some ideas on how to look your best when you say your “I do.”

1. Wash your face properly.

This might sound a little odd, but yes, you have to start washing your face properly as soon as you get engaged. And we’re not just talking about regular bar soaps from the pharmacy that completely dries out your skin.

Get a good-quality facial cleanser for men for daily use and some exfoliating scrub at least once a week. You’ll notice a difference in your complexion after some time.

2. Stay hydrated.

Drinking water isn’t just for quenching your thirst. It also does wonders for your skin at the same time. Increase your water intake way ahead of your wedding, and you’ll have clear, smooth skin on your big day. You might even rival your bride’s blush in the altar.

3. Follow a seasonal skincare routine.

Does your skin get extremely red during the summer or dry and super flakey during the colder months? Consider the season on your wedding day and plan your skincare routine accordingly.

Also, don’t skip sunscreen if you’re a wedding is in summer. You wouldn’t want to look too flushed on your wedding photos. If the big day is in winter, double up on your moisturizer.

4. Get the right grooming products.

mana applying moisturiser on his face

So, now you understand how important a moisturizer is. But, unless you’ve been doing it for a long time, it can be difficult to find the right product that suits your skin type.

Talk to a dermatologist and ask what ingredients you should look for on the label. Go to a department store and ask the consultants in different counters about their recommendations.

There are specific products for different skin conditions, whether you want to reduce shine, treat acne, or get something mild for sensitive skin. You can ask them to give you samples so you can test some at home before getting a full-sized bottle.