Shinndig Success: 5 Pre Party Skincare Preps for Men

Shinndig Success: 5 Pre Party Skincare Preps for Men

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Shinndig Success: 5 Pre Party Preps

The party season is well underway. Whether it’s work’s Christmas soiree or a the annual outing of you yours, it’s best practice to get your mush looking worth of a kiss under the mistletoe.

Our 5 step to party ready skin will get you looking handsome and ready to turns heads in a jiffy.

Step 1:

The night before, use a clay-based Face Mask. These little treasures dig dirt from within the pores sweep-up excess oil all while refining your skin tone. Try Deep Pore Cleansing Clay by Anthony. Clean your face, keep the skin slightly damp then apply a thin layer on the face and leave for 10 minutes. Rinse well and follow with…

Step 2:

...Vitamin C Serum. Our favourite? Dr Dennis Gross C+ Brighten & Firm Vitamin C Serum. After ‘masking’, clean and dry your face then apply a thin layer of a vitamin-c-rich serum to brighten dull skin. Winter skin can dull quite quickly, this essential step will keep you looking like you’ve just had a rigorous workout.

Step 3:

On the day, exfoliate the skin using a non-drying face scrub. Try Jack Black Face Buff, it will slough-away dead skin cells and clear any final residue from within the pores.

Step 4:

Slap on a serum. It's like a multi vitamin for the skin. Try Germaine de Capuccini Timepxert Lift (IN) Vector Lift Serum. It packs a punch in the anti-ageing department and also encourages the production of Hyaluronic Acid which plumps the skin and boosts hydration.

Step 5:

Treat your skin to a rich, matte moisturiser. This will keep your skin soft, supple, looking healthy and free from shine. After all, who wants their forehead being mistaken for the bathroom mirror? Try Germaine de Capuccini No Stress Hydrating Cream, it strikes the perfect matte/moisture balance.

Now don your dancing gear and hold your head high, you're lookin' pukka!