Tag: male grooming

Growing a beard vlog, part one

Throughout June I’ve been growing a beard in support of The Lullaby Trust (for more information, please follow this link). The campaign has come to an end, but so many people have commented on my beard I thought I would record a vlog about it. This is the first in a short series of vlogs

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Review; No7 Men anti-ageing serum

No7 Men Protect & Perfect Intense Advanced Serum is a product with a long name that makes big promises. It claims that after two weeks it can make you look younger and that skin texture will be improved. I gave it a shot, and here’s what I thought. First of all, this is a serum

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Review; Wingman grooming products

There’s no question that Wingman produces a comprehensive range of products. There are so many of them that I’ve had to spend the past few weeks trying them all out. First, a bit about the philosophy of the brand. Wingman was the brainchild of Stu Jolley. His lightbulb moment came while visiting the South of

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Moisturisers for men…with added SPF

I used to know a guy who spent some time working on an Australian sheep station. At every exit to the building, he said there were huge bottles of sun screen mounted on the wall, rather like hand sanitiser in a hospital. As you left the building, you were expected to apply it to every

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Review; Scaramouche & Fandango male grooming range

Scaramouche & Fandango is a male grooming brand with a very interesting outlook. The company was formed by two university friends who felt that many products in this arena were marketed in a complicated and confusing fashion. The aim was to produce high quality products at an accessible price and marketed in a straightforward way.

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