Become a regular at your barber’s

Book your next appointment while you are there and stick to it. Don’t wait for your hair to overgrow till your stylish cut is non-existent before doing anything about it. Basically, if you’ve noticed your hair needs a cut, then other people have too. This can be done at least twice a month. The trick is to be proactive; not reactive.

Find your signature scent

A nice signature scent is one of the most important things about one’s personality, that is, if you want to leave a lasting impression. Cologne and after-shave aren’t supposed to be loud or obvious. You don’t want people to stop in their tracks and notice; if they do, you’ve worn too much. Rather, it should become a subtle part of your overall presence. Rather than owning something that’s of average quality, find one or two classic scents you really like and invest in them. Typically, woody, spicy or herby scents suit the cold weather, while lighter citrusy scents work best in warmer weather.  

Maintain good oral health

Bad breath is a game changer and for worse, of course. Two things every woman notices are your shoes, and your smile. When it comes to the latter, there is no longer any excuse for ignoring advances in technology. Make sure you brush your teeth twice daily using a suitable toothbrush and use dental floss every day. Also keep that mouthwash handy. Fresh breath instantly attracts the opposite sex and leaves a good first impression.

Learn how to manscape properly

It’s perfectly acceptable in this day and age to trim your pubic hair to keep things neat and tidy. Keep whatever device you use for this sensitive task separate from what you use to shave your beards with. There are plenty of electric razors in the market designed for the nether region’s unique challenges without having to put your other razor to multitasking.

Manage your facial fuzz

Unless you’re planning to move out into the wilderness for some reason, facial hair of any length needs to be tamed and maintained if you want to be taken seriously. You don’t have to spend much on a beard trimmer, so pick one up and get into a weekly habit of tidying up. Don’t, however, go too far.

Take care of your skin

Taking care of your skin should be a no-brainer, particularly if you live in the belly of a great, fume-powered beast, as is the case with most major cities. Your skin collects grimy pollutants throughout the day, which does no good to the skin. Make sure you give some extra care to your face, as it is usually the most exposed. While at it, use a good moisturizer to improve your skin’s health.