To find out the best selling body moisturizers for men and women is not an easy job, because many companies are manufacturing different types of moisturizers creams for different body parts including hands, neck, face etc. A high side part is the perfect way to bring a bit of professionalism into your style. It’s a classic Wall Street or frat boy look that, when paired with a short-cropped beard, suddenly becomes masculine and fun. Style this one with a high-shine pomade and a fine-tooth comb to achieve this look. For a soft complexion that’s pore-deep clean, stir one teaspoon of baking soda into a basin of lukewarm water and wash your face with it. There’s no need to rinse or tone afterwards; just pat dry before applying moisturizer. Your hair can make quite the statement depending on your choice of styles, and this unique swept back undercut fade is the perfect example. The shape up draws attention to the longer hair on top, and the drop skin fade is just different enough to stand out. Pair it with a short, well-groomed beard for the full effect.
Your undercut can be both dapper and rugged: it’s one of the most flexible haircuts that always knows how to reflect your inner-self. For a more balanced and elegant finish and smoother look, it’s better to combine your slicked back style with medium or low fade on the sides. An oblong face shape requires haircuts, styles and makeup that will help to flatter and minimize its long length and narrow features. If you have curly or wavy hair, a short textured hairstyle with fashion designer a high fade on the sides and back looks professional enough for the office, but still casual for a night out. As a short sides, longer top haircut, you’ll need 2 to 3 inches of length on top that tapers down to a close bald fade on the sides and toward the nape of the neck. All you need to complete the look and keep it amazing all day is a matte hair product such as pomade, wax or clay. As a very popular men’s haircut, we highly recommend this messy crop top fade.