It’s been quite some time since we covered the male beauty offerings. Things have come a long way with more and more brands realising that men care about their looks too. On September 7, 2014 Australia and New Zealand celebrate Father’s Day. In honour of that I’m showing you the latest releases for men, perhaps to inspire a great gift idea for your loved one.
VS for Men
I love VS Sassoon hair tools so it’s little surprise their men’s line also impressed me. Their Lithium Pro range is stylish and efficient without costing the earth. With three shiny new tools in the range, there is definitely one to suit your man. The hair clippers, the stubble trimmer and the face & body trimmer will have your man groomed in no time.
If you share a bathroom with a male you will know just how messy they can be. The Shaver Holder from Everloc is a genius storage solution to keep his shaving tools in one spot. The sleek chrome unit can be attached to tiles or glass, so you can mount it in the shower or above the vanity. Dedicated spots for the shaving cream and the razor keeps things tidy and out of the way. Best of all, there is no installation required. Oh and I totally use one of these for my own shaving gear in the shower.
Australia $9 from Target, Bunnings and Howard’s Storage World
It’s not just us ladies who have to deal with sensitive skin, men cop it too. Nivea for Men has developed a sensitive line of skin and body products that will calm and soothe irritated males … well, their skin at the very least. The line includes face wash, shaving aids, post-shave care and a 3-in-1 shower gel which is in addition to their existing line of deodorants.
Australia – Priceline
Does the men in your life look after themselves? Which product above would you buy if you were a man? Let me know by commenting below!
NIVEA’s own claim is that they do not test on animals, however they do not appear on any official cruelty-free list and their products are sold in China (where third-party animal testing is currently required by law). Their policy is not available online and the only information relating to their policy is on this page of their parent company (Beiersdorf) website.
Status is unknown for VS Sassoon and Everloc.