Getting Hitched: Groom for Men


Brides have the most priority on their whole outfit while the groom just not as glamorous as per the former. Don’t tell me these grooms refuse to look great on their wedding day especially on photos. I am not asking for a full make up with heavy contour, just a light make up to conceal the necessary flaws will do. Think dark circles and occasional acne. Slot in some mineral foundation and concealer under the eyes should suffice.

A good skincare routine should be a better option for a radiant skin.

Below is what I have provided (since he refuse on purchasing) to my fiancé three months prior our day. The aim is for a radiant, clear skin. A basic skincare system is easy to remember unless he is being lazy. So, I only gave him the products that actually works with visible result within a week, to avoid his unnecessary grumble. Anyway, he has a sensitive skin, slightly dehydrated on the cheeks.

“You have to clean your face. You can’t sit around and assume it’s going to be OK.  I wash my face every day—don’t be afraid to wash yours before you go to bed!”– Pharrell Williams interviewed by Into The Gloss

This is my cheat sheet for men/groom. If they feel they will lose their ‘dude’ masculinity and not being open to skincare, then so be it.


  • Cetaphil – Daily facial cleanser
  • Hada Labo – Super HA  Lotion Light


  • Cetaphil – Daily facial cleanser
  • Estee Lauder – Advance Night Repair serum (tester size)
  • Body Shop – Tea Tree Oil (for occasional pimple)
  • Biore – Pore pack (for blackheads)

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