Becoming your most handsome self means taking care of the little things that may not seem like a big deal on their own, but all play into being a sharp-looking man. In our tools category we’ve got nose hair trimmers, tweezers, nail, hair and skin care tools, hair removal, shaving razors, brushes and accessories. To see the best of the best in hair and nail management, check out our best sellers.
NOSE HAIR TRIMMERS
Gents, having hair creeping out of your nose is never a good look. Luckily, within this section we have manual and battery-powered nose hair trimmers to clear away that unsightly nostril forest so that you can look better and breathe more easily. Our favorite is the Groom Mate Nose & Ear Hair Trimmer, which requires no batteries or painful wincing.
If you’re someone whose eyebrows can’t mind their own business, take a pair of tweezers to pull out stray hairs from the base for a much more well-kempt appearance. Within the tweezers section was also have tools to take care of hangnails and ingrown hairs so that you don’t have to suffer from those nagging little pains.
Your hands are always on display, so taking care of your nails to keep them from looking like a Guinness World Record or gnarled nubs is important. A good rule of thumb for nail length is to cut them down so that there is a thin white strip going across. Within this category we have hangnail tweezers, nail files, and toenail and fingernail clippers so that you can shake someone’s hand with confidence.
Regardless of how long your hair is, every man needs a comb to keep unruly hairs at bay. Within this section we have combs and brushes for both dome and beards to manage stubborn hairs and maintain a clean appearance. Our favorite is the Kent Headhog Styling Brush – a durable brush with rubber cushioning and ball-tipped quills to power through any tangled mess without taking a chunk of scalp with it.
Taking care of your skin should always be a priority. Exfoliating the skin a few times a week will scrub away the deeply-embedded dirt, oil and dead skin cells that a standard bar of soap can’t reach, leading to softer, smoother skin. Within this section we have several buffing cloths, hangnail clippers, an eye gel mask, pumice stones and Duke Cannon Cold Shower Cooling Field Towels – for a quick refreshment when there’s no time for a shower.
Excessive hair sprouting from ears, nose and back can be off-putting and embarrassing. Luckily, our hair removal section is an all-star lineup of tools masterly crafted to take care of your unwanted hair. Our most popular hair-hedgers are the BaKblade 2.0 DIY Back & Body ShaverandMangroomer Ultimate Pro Body Groomer & Trimmer.
Safety razors, also known as double-edge, have made a huge return to popularity recently. Once mastered, a safety razor can provide a closer shave at a fraction of the cost of its cartridge counterparts. Within this section we have open-comb, closed-comb, slant and adjustable razors so whether you’re brand new to safety razors or a seasoned vet we have one that will work for your shaving needs. The top picks on our site are the Merkur 34c Heavy Classic Double-Edged Safety Razor and Parker Vintage Butterfly Safety Razor 99R.
Shaving brushes help provide an even better shaving experience. As shaving cream or soap is applied, shaving brushes wipe away dirt and oil that often slip into open pores and cause breakouts. Brushes also lift stubborn hairs for a smoother shave and eliminate ingrown hairs.
If you’re just starting out with a brush and you want to see how you like it, go with the inexpensive Omega Ebony Boar Bristle Shaving Brush. However, we recommend a brush made from Badger Hair, such as Parker’s Ebony Handled Pure Badger Shaving Brush, which has much softer bristles, lasts longer and retains water more easily for a better lather and application.
It’s one thing to have a new double-edge razor and brush, but now you have to take care of them. Within this section we have razor and brush stands, shaving bowls, travel cases, razor sharpeners and more. If you’re still loyal to your cartridge razor, we recommend checking out the RazorPit Razor Blade Sharpener to improve the longevity of every blade and save money on pricey replacements. If you’re making the jump to a safety razor, grab a styptic pencilor alum block to be ready for the inevitable nicks and cuts that come with getting used to the new shaving technique.