Lets admit it, a large portion of men don’t ever step foot into a salon for manicure or pedicure unless we’re dropping off our loved one or asking to you use to the bathroom… Some of us still struggle to pick up the nail clipper. Well the beginning of a new year should activate new practices in your routine. Take a good look at those fingers (deep into those cuticles) and chances are they need some love & affection this season. From cooking to everyday typing, our hands are used on a daily basis carrying various germs and build up. Sometimes that maintenance is a refreshing start into a work day or any activity. Its the details that matter most for Groom Guy (s) and its time to begin that journey.
It wasn’t until last year I was introduced to manicures and pedicures and its truly a blessing on the body. Like any man in uncharted waters, I was intimated by the flock of females in there. Luckily, I saw a guy (with calluses that could build a temple) and positioned myself alongside him. We chatted about sports and in minutes, I melted into my seat. One hour later, I couldn’t believe it was over only to ask how much additional services costs. The industry professionals (particularly women) will handle these tender parts of your body with some grace. You’ll be intrigued by how they use tools to get parts of the toes & hands you’ve never even touched. Excess skin, dryness, dirt buildup are all common skincare issues they’ll eliminate completely. From a little massage to a drink of champagne, its a super-mini vacation of bliss that’ll leave men feeling like polish’d Kings. Did I forget to mention there are tons of SINGLE people that dwell religiously in the salon as well? So if you’re looking to step your game up, you may want to make this a new home.
Groom Guy Tip: For beginners, a regular visit for manicure / pedicure once a month is fitting for the body & the wallet. A good, professional manicure service starts at fifteen dollars to twenty five & pedicure between twenty five to thirty.