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Fall grooming guide

Fall grooming guide

Just like with your wardrobe, a gent’s grooming routine needs to be tweaked with the seasons. It’s even more important to take care of your skin and hair as temperatures drop.

Unfortunately, burying your chin into an oversized scarf just isn’t always an option (though we’ll admit, Eton does have some pretty great ones this season). Here are four men’s grooming tips for the fall and winter, plus accessories available at Garmany to help your look together.

Liven up your face. Sure, we hope you do this anyway, but try to find time each morning and night to wash, tone, and moisturize, preferably with a moisturizer that has an SPF of 30 or above. Then perk up a bit with “The Morning After” kit by VKNagrani, which will awaken tired eyes and reduce inflammation.

If you have a beard or mustache, rinse it every day with mild soap and water or a natural beard wash. You can also apply a beard oil afterwards to keep it soft, and then finish the look by combing it through to your liking. We recommend keeping all your beard or hair products together in a toiletry case like the ones by Tumi, so you have everything handy and ready to go when you need to touch up.

Switch out your cologne. Light and sporty scents work for summer, but fall and winter are all about woodsy, more masculine aromas. You can’t go wrong with Laurentino, Garmany’s signature scent, that comes in 3.5 oz and travel size.

Soften your feet. Wearing socks and then shoes or slippers makes it easy to neglect your feet this time of year. But keep your feet and toenails in tip-top shape by applying foot cream nightly. Then slide your feet into a pair of luxury cashmere socks by Pantherella for a spa-like experience.

Now that you’ve got your seasonal grooming needs taken care of, stop by Garmany. Our sales associates can help you overhaul your wardrobe or help you find a few new staple pieces to match the new-and-improved you. You might as well treat yourself to an old-fashioned shoeshine while you’re here too!

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