Essential Grooming Tips For The Groomsman

How to perfect your hair, nails, and skin for the big wedding day.

Tuesday, December 01, 2009
You don't just put on a tux—you get dressed up in one. There's a ritual to the fastening of cuff links and the positioning of the bow tie. But while most men take their time perfecting the getup for a big event, they rarely do the same for their hair, nails, and skin. Your grooming should be equal to the occasion.

Should You Pregame With Botox?
Yes, people actually do this. But if you've already laid out your tux, it's too late to visit the dermatologist. Make an appointment for Botox at least one week before the big night. "With any of these procedures, you can have some bruising," says Dr. Haideh Hirmand, a clinical assistant professor of surgery at Cornell Weill Medical College. And it takes at least three days for Botox to fully iron out those lines. If done right, no one should drop their drink when you walk in. "With Botox, people just think you look less tired," Dr. Hirmand says.

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