Groom and beard it this Diwali: The Man Company boss shares some tips

The Man Company boss says that every man has to find products that work for his beard.

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Hitesh Dhingra says that this festive season, your main aim should be to wear your beard – not the other way around.
The beard boom is here to stay. Beards have even taken over in the boardroom.

Whether a slight stubble or full facial fuzz, the beard is a man’s new best friend. And it can become an even better friend if you learn how to take care of it. Hitesh Dhingra, Founder and MD, The Man Company, says that every man’s beard is unique and he has to find products that work for him.

Work: When it comes to sporting a beard at your workplace, Dhingra says that you can go long but make sure you’re neat. You should ideally groom it every other day and use a holding product so that it doesn’t look unkempt through the day.


“It’s important to remember that the length of the beard is not a problem as long as it is kept well-trimmed and groomed. Remember to keep your beard well washed and styled. Go for a wax to keep your beard in place. A small beard comb can always go a long way to keep it fixed at all times,” Dhingra says.

Play: A beard can add to your appeal this time of year. But, this festive season, your main aim should be to wear your beard – not the other way around. Dhingra sums it up, “Keep it classic and well nourished.” He adds, “A short stubble or a goatee or even a Van Dyke works well. The key is to choose a style that suits your personality. Keeping your hair nourished and healthy is the most important thing.”

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Stay Hydrated, Don't Miss Out On Sleep: 5 Tips For Beautiful, Glowing Skin This Festive Season
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The festive season is time to go all out with everything, right from buying the best of clothes, jewellery to using the period as an excuse to remodel the house.

The busy season can often cause one to lose track of time and miss out on taking care of their skin and body. Add to that all the sweets and binge-eating during the festivity, and it can be a recipe for disaster. Which is why it is important to invest time and care when it come to the skin. There is, after all, no better accessory than glowing skin.

Here are a few tips to help you keep your skin fresh during festivals:

The festive season is time to go all out with everything, right from buying the best of clothes, jewellery to using the period as an excuse to remodel the house. The busy season can often cause one t..
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Festive season includes a lot of running around, right from the multiple shopping trips to ensuring that the décor is spot on. Amidst all of this, people often tend to forget to take care of themselves, especially their skin.

An old-age technique that is applicable even in today's modern age is hydration. It is one of the most-pivotal steps when it comes to skincare.

Drink plenty of water and other fluids to help the body nourish the skin. On the other hand you can also choose products with ingredients that relieve intense dryness and restore skin’s natural barrier against moisture loss.

Festive season includes a lot of running around, right from the multiple shopping trips to ensuring that the décor is spot on. Amidst all of this, people often tend to forget to take care of themselv..
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Another key step in maintaining healthy skin is regularly washing your face and exfoliating it with the right products.

Exfoliating can be done twice a week, and will help to keep the skin clean.

Another key step in maintaining healthy skin is regularly washing your face and exfoliating it with the right products.Exfoliating can be done twice a week, and will help to keep the skin clean.

Maintain a daily cleansing, toning and moisturising (CTM) schedule to keep your skin looking fresh.

Use products with hyaluronic acid to help to boost the skin's hydration level and lock it in. This will make skin refreshingly clean and supple.

Dressing up during the festive season also includes an increased usage of makeup. It is hence very important to follow the CTM ritual, and ensure that you remove all makeup before hitting the bed. Don’t wash your face directly, instead, invest in a good makeup remover that will gently and effectively remove all traces of dirt, oil and make-up within seconds.

Maintain a daily cleansing, toning and moisturising (CTM) schedule to keep your skin looking fresh. Use products with hyaluronic acid to help to boost the skin's hydration level and lock it in. This ..
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The festive season means a wide spread of food and sweets that tempt one to indulge their tastebuds. Cutting down on the scrumptious festive meals can be a difficult task, but you can slowly start by balancing your meals. The first step towards this is to introduce some healthy elements into each meal.

It is important to strike a chord between delicious and healthy. Have a handful of nuts, more of leafy vegetables, clear butter and dairy. Addition of fresh fruits will also help maintain your skin healthy.

The festive season means a wide spread of food and sweets that tempt one to indulge their tastebuds. Cutting down on the scrumptious festive meals can be a difficult task, but you can slowly start b..
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With all the late nights and early mornings during festivals, sleep is frequently compromised. The reason behind several lifestyle issues is poor sleep quality.

A solid seven to eight hours of sleep every night is a must for a healthy body. A healthy body will in return nourish the skin and provide the much-needed glow.


(Text: Neutrogena India)

With all the late nights and early mornings during festivals, sleep is frequently compromised. The reason behind several lifestyle issues is poor sleep quality. A solid seven to eight hours of sleep ..
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