If you’re hoping for that big promotion or even just a few extra shekels in your paycheck, it pays to look your best in the office, classroom or construction site in which you labor. Practicing good hygiene matters. And wherever you do your business, pulling you good looks together for the job can yield big rewards. It pays to show up your most confident best self. So start for the job you want because making these grooming mistakes at work can tank your rising career.
It takes money to make money. Invest in a quality pre and post shave regime, and you'll never go back to the canned stuff. Try Grooming Lounge’s power trio; Beard Master Shave Oil, Beard Destroyer Shave Cream, and The Shavior and change your life. Buh-bye toilet paper, shaving bumps, rash, and irritation. Hello smooth operator.
Heck, why not it works. But adding just a little dollop of product to your hair can take your do from presentable to professional in three seconds flat. And yes it matters because at a certain point in your career your hair should look less entry-level intern and more badass boss. No, you don’t have to go full-on Don Draper. A little Pete & Pedro will manage your frizz and tame those cowlicks leaving you looking more polished and profesh.
We get it. Work can be stressful. But a pit soaked dress shirt doesn’t exactly exude cool, calm and collected. If you’re sweating through your clothes, it's time to switch up your deodorant. Leave a stick of Jack Black Pit Boss Antiperspirant & Deodorant at home and stash another in your gym bag or desk drawer for an emergency reapply.
Nose hair is never a good look. This can apply to run-a-way eyebrows as well. But you can best believe that if you’re trying to sell a used car or teach math to high school students that rouge nose hair is getting more attention than your presentation. The Mangroomer Essential Nose & Ear Hair Trimmer will clean up that schnoz and put the focus back where it belongs, on your face.
Nobody wants to inhale cheap cologne. Gross! Avoid drowning yourself in fragrance, especially in the office and definitely if your workplace has an open seating arrangement. To avoid suffocating your co-workers, spritz a small amount of a tasteful scent like Molton Brown Re-Charge Black Pepper Eau de Toilette. Start out conservatively and build up from there, applying a few drops to some (not all) of your pulse points like your neck, wrist, elbow, forearms or jaw.
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