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The best male grooming gadgets to help you look sharp this summer

POSTED: 28 June 2017

Technology continues to grow at an exponential rate and tech within the beauty industry is no different. Every year we receive a new way to beautify ourselves and look after our appearance. From facials to trimming hair, we now have more tools than ever to give us the perfect look.

With the hot summer months now upon us, we all want to make sure we look our best. That’s why we’ve put together a list of a few essential male grooming gadgets that you may want to invest in going forward. 

 

Get an ‘at home’ facial


Now you no longer need to head for an expensive spa day to get a much needed facial. Unclog stubborn pores and unveil baby smooth skin from the comfort of your own home. Gadgets such as the Clarisonic or a Foreo Cleansing Brush can help to give you a deep clean, promoting the renewal of skin cells and resulting in a fresh and glowing complexion.
     

 

Keep your beard in check


Beards are still very much on-trend, so if you’ve chosen to head down the bearded road, make sure you have the tools to keep it tidy.

Investing in a top-quality multi-trimmer will help you to perfectly sculpt your perfect beard. Choosing quality over price will make a huge difference on the features and your ability to change styles when you feel the need. Try and opt for a device that offers a multitude of different lengths, from a light trim all the way to a clean shave.

 

Maintain a clean shave


You may be a fan of the more clean shaven look which you could easily maintain with a multi-trimmer, however, a more focused electric shaver would offer a closer and more precise shave. You can even get shavers that have an internal hair catching system, so you don’t have to have any arguments with your loved one about leaving a mess in the sink after a shave.

 

Keep your hair tamed


Many men prefer to skip the barbers and deal with their hair from the comfort of their own home. If you’ve had an FUE Hair Transplant and like to wear your hair short, then investing in a good set of clippers could be just the ticket during your recovery and regrowth. During the recovery period of your transplant, you will go through various stages of growth and having a pair of clippers that you can easily alter for different lengths can help you to get the perfect style at every stage.   

Keeping on top of male grooming cannot only keep your skin and hair in top condition, but it can also have a dramatic effect on your confidence. Having pride in our appearance is extremely important and investing in high-quality gadgets can help us to alter our style at the drop of a hat.

If you’re looking for a complete change to your look, why not get in touch with us today and book your consultation? We can help you decide which hair transplant procedure is best for you and your desired results and guide you through how to get the hair you’ve always wanted.

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