IF FATHER’S DAY HAS SNUCK UP ON YOU, HERE ARE A FEW THINGS YOU CAN DUCK OUT AND GRAB, LIKE, NOW
We have a lot to thank fatherhood for. For example, David Beckham. Sure, he was a spunk as a young football star, but it was when he became a dad that he became a bona fide 10/10. Of course, he’s got millions to his name and more staff than fingers and toes reducing his parental stress levels, something your dad probably doesn’t have.
Tomorrow is the day when we not only apologise for causing that stress, but help remedy it with thoughtful Father’s Day gifts.
You know who’s not a hot dad? Donald Trump, and that luminescent traffic cone glow isn’t helping matters. There’s a chance as he matures your very own papa will also become curious about self-tanning, so for both your sake and his, it’ll be useful for him to have quality products and advice on hand. Bondi Sands has a reputation for being foolproof (or dad-proof). It’s a gradual tanner so there won’t be any instant, irreversible shocks and it smells like shaving cream, so his mates will be none the wiser.
Before application, he’s going to need clean skin and clear pores, so a long bath is in order. Bath masters Lush Cosmetics have released a special Father’s Day line and nothing says “dad” like a limited-edition bath bomb ... literally.
He’ll need to shave, too, and Evo’s Uberwurst Shaving Cream is designed for low irritation and maximum nourishment.
He can finish with a quick spritz of his favourite cologne, or, if you think he can do better, a new one.
My hot tip: if you love your boyfriend or husband’s cologne, don’t go the same for your dad. I think the reasoning is clear.
You can’t go wrong with Bvlgari.