A MIND FOR MAR­RIAGE

While get­ting a makeover helps, look­ing good is also about hav­ing the right frame of mind.

Wedding Essentials - - GROOM MAKEOVER - Text AU­RE­LIO ICASIANO III Pho­to­gaphs AL AVELLANA of PROUDRAD Shot on lo­ca­tion MANILA MAR­RIOTT HO­TEL Spe­cial thanks to MICHELLE GAR­CIA and HOPE VE­LASCO of MANILA MAR­RIOTT HO­TEL

You’d think grooms would have it easy. At least, when it comes to pre­par­ing them­selves for the wed­ding. And yes, there’s less makeup, no train, no veil. A few less things to worry about, but the nerves are al­ways there. Grooms like to look good just as much as brides do, but usu­ally have much fewer op­tions to get there.

Still, as the day looms closer, they will have to do their part. While some men have daily rou­tines, train­ers, and plans to fol­low, some are just as equally lost. But while we’re here, you should know one thing. And the mes­sage is this: You are not alone. Take it from the grooms who are go­ing through the same things you are. Be­cause they’re about to tell you what it’s like. And what we learn from them is it’s not just about how you look (even though that helps), it’s about how you set your mind in the weeks be­fore the wed­ding.

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