Wedding Essentials - - GROOM MAKEOVER -

“Be ex­cited.” That’s what Lindy says is the im­por­tant thing. You’ve waited for this, you’ve done all you can, and as the day comes closer, it makes no sense not to be. We ask him if he has a reg­i­men he fol­lows, some­thing he does to look his best come the wed­ding. And what he says is: “None. I don’t really ap­ply beauty reg­i­mens. Just get enough sleep, ex­er­cise, drink lots of wa­ter, eat fruits and veg­eta­bles and al­ways have a pos­i­tive vibe.”

That last bit is the most im­por­tant one. Ex­pe­ri­ence the wed­ding as it is, and think about all the things that got you here. That’s usu­ally enough to get you to smile more of­ten. It also helps if you can do the same for your bride.

And Lindy says what you can do is: “Just sup­port the bride and make sure ev­ery­thing is in or­der with less stress and has­sle.”


KIT­TEN: More than the diet and the clothes, pos­i­tiv­ity is what makes grooms look good. Try not to worry too much, be­cause that also shows in the pho­tos.

REY: For his built, best to wear a suit that is cus­tom-made to em­pha­size his as­sets.

AU­RE­LIO: Even with lots of sleep, wa­ter, and ex­er­cise, a lit­tle bit of groom­ing goes a long way. Even a ba­sic reg­i­men of fa­cial wash and mois­tur­izer will work, and prob­a­bly some ex­fo­liant a few days be­fore the wed­ding.

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