Look Your Best On Your Wedding Day And In Wedding Photos

A lot of eyes are on the bride on a wedding day, but eyes are also on the groom, – especially the eyes of the bride!… Read on for some groom’s grooming tips:

Skin Care for Him

Skin care is important for anyone. Consider booking for a series of facials before your wedding. If that’s not your thing, you can find men’s exfoliator products that you can use at home. These help the skin look fresh by removing dry skin. And a little moisturiser never astray.

Oral Care

Easily over looked but very noticeable if forgotten, is bad breath and inflamed gums, especially when you up close and personal with friends and relatives on your wedding day, – not to forget the bride! Get a check up 6-12 months before your wedding day and have any oral problems sorted by the big day.

Hair Suggestions for Grooms

Unless you have a nondescript hairstyle, such as a buzz cut, avoid getting a haircut the day before your wedding. Consider seeing your hairdresser about a week before, so you will look well groomed but not be dealing with that fresh haircut look.

If you’ve got a great hair stylist or barber, consider going in for a style the day of the wedding as well as a shave. A professional will help you get a close shave (with out the nics) and give you a bit of pampering before the big day. A shave, wash, and style can be relaxing. You can also take this time to make sure you don’t have stray nose hair, ear hairs, and ask for a cleanup of your eyebrows, too.


A manicure can be a good idea for your wedding day. Many salons will even do his and her manicures and pedicures, maybe the two of you could go a day or two prior to the wedding day. This may not be your normal thing, but it could be a great idea to get your hands ready for wedding photos where they will feature in shots such as exchange of rings, signing, cake cutting and detail photographs. If you work with your hands, such as in mechanics, farming, construction, it’s especially wise to get extra help.

Getting Ready Tips

If you’re not getting ready for your wedding ceremony at home, make a list of what you’ll need so that you’re sure to be super organised for the big day. If an eye for detail is not your thing, it’s often a good idea to have a woman on hand, perhaps your mum or a groomsman’s wife or girlfriend, – someone who’s got an eye for detail and can ensure every thing is just right.

Extra Overall Tips:

Before or the day of your wedding is not the time to experiment with new things. Don’t get your very first spray tan the day before your wedding, for instance. You probably don’t want to try out a new hair dresser or barber on the big day, either. If you need to find a new service provider for any groom’s grooming areas look in advance and do a trial run (preferably two) before trusting a new provider to help you look your best on the big day.