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Jason Bourne
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2006/07/10 03:25:15 (permalink)

Need some Male Grooming advice?

At the the risk of being ridiculed, I have my best mate's wedding come up and am going to be best man.

However, I look like a mess at the moment. I have dark eyebags and my skin looks somewhat oily etc.

I was just wondering for those keen metrosexuals on the board, have you ever tried any complementary therapies along the lines of a facial to perk you up? If so, what do you recommend?

Need 2 look good
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    SteroidMan
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 03:27:38 (permalink)
    Mustard smeared under the eyes should get rid of the black eyebags... lol
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 03:29:56 (permalink)
    soaked green teabags on dark eye bags
    ORIGINAL: Jason Bourne

    At the the risk of being ridiculed, I have my best mate's wedding come up and am going to be best man.

    However, I look like a mess at the moment. I have dark eyebags and my skin looks somewhat oily etc.

    I was just wondering for those keen metrosexuals on the board, have you ever tried any complementary therapies along the lines of a facial to perk you up? If so, what do you recommend?

    Need 2 look good

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    Gazsta
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 03:30:57 (permalink)
    Hi Jason

    Have a look in your local Boots Chemist at the Loreal For Men Skincare Range. They are the best products on the market at the moment, and they Do really work.

    They have loads of different products for different types of skin.

    have a look at there website dude.

    http://www.lorealmen.com/
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    Jason Bourne
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 03:31:31 (permalink)
    Cheers will do.
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 03:34:35 (permalink)
    You can get eye gels and the like for the bags and darkness, not sure how well they work though.

    VERY METRO WARNING: You could also wear makeup - no, seriously. I once came across a special men's range once buy balked at buying foundation. No reason you should though if it's going to help. You could just get a stick thingy concealer for under your eyes.

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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 03:37:07 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Gazsta

    Hi Jason

    Have a look in your local Boots Chemist at the Loreal For Men Skincare Range. They are the best products on the market at the moment, and they Do really work.

    They have loads of different products for different types of skin.

    have a look at there website dude.

    http://www.lorealmen.com/


    Yeah, thats' the stuff I get.
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    Jason Bourne
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 03:40:44 (permalink)
    I've used Loreal Hyda Energetic before. I thought thatr was good. Anybody use their eye thing?

    I'm currently using Nivea mens range, but i'm not finding it the greatest.
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 03:41:23 (permalink)
    It bloomin good stuff innit Mr Munch lol?

    I got instant results from it and i wont ever use anything else on my mush now lol
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 03:43:13 (permalink)
    I have EVERY single item in the Loreal Range (typical gay man) LOL.

    The only thing i dont like is the shaving foam (its not as good as the gel foams you can get as they remove way move facial hair)..
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 03:46:01 (permalink)
    I'm deffo getting the Loreal next time.

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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 10:40:33 (permalink)
    Because you're worth it?

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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 11:06:49 (permalink)
    Few sessions the tan bed should do you good too, maybe a bit of bronzer as well.

    Maybe a quick gym session before the party as well

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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 11:46:08 (permalink)
    Sleep is what you need mate
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 12:14:15 (permalink)
    Sleep is what you need mate


    Haha
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 12:15:06 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Mr Munch



    VERY METRO WARNING: You could also wear makeup - no, seriously. I once came across a special men's range once buy balked at buying foundation. No reason you should though if it's going to help. You could just get a stick thingy concealer for under your eyes.




    jason bourne takes mr munch's advice and applies the 1st step in trying to look good

    BEFORE


    AFTER THE MAKEOVER


    AFTER THE WEDDING


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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 12:16:04 (permalink)
    On a serious note
    just have a shave clean yaself up and buy some clothes that make you look good simple but effective
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 12:48:55 (permalink)
    go and get a facial at a salon, they feel great. I use the Clarins range for men, and I'm just experimenting with Johnson's Holiday skin
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 12:50:33 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Jason Bourne

    Sleep is what you need mate


    Haha


    Why laughing?? I'm being serious. Black bags can be due to lack of sleep
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    RE: Need some Male Grooming advice? 2006/07/10 13:31:06 (permalink)
    i hear sliced cucumbers are good for the eyes.not that i have tried or anything
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