Guest Post: Skin Care Tips For The Groom-To-Be From Expert Makeup Artist Tamanna Rooz

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This week, we are featuring a guest post from Hyderabad based expert makeup artist Tamanna Rooz. Tamanna’s passion for makeup translates into adeptness in the field; her skills are eclectic, yet equally echoing her need for perfection.
Tamanna specializes in bridal makeup; she focuses on hearing out her clients while customizing her craft to suit their demands. She likes to highlight the natural beauty of every face and let it shine through. Here she gives some fabulous tips for our grooms-to-be:

Boys: looking good is not such a bad idea…


Let’s face it; your face is always exposed. Exposure to environmental elements, pollution, daily shaving in addition to wedding stress etc. can be damaging to a Groom’s skin. Men have thicker skin than women; about 20% thicker which is more likely to be oily with spots and larger pores.

A very basic skincare routine can ensure healthier skin without taking too much time. Therefore, your skincare needs are different and hence you should use products especially formulated for men. The more you do now, the better it will be for you years down the road.



1.    Cleansing is probably the most important part of skin care for men, because it helps to reduce the build-up of oil and the chances of a spot outbreak.

2.    Exfoliating is a technique for getting rid of the build-up of dirt and oil below the surface of the skin. Facial scrubs usually have small “lumps” that help to get rid of substances in the pores. These products don’t need to be used everyday — three times a week is enough for most men.

3.    A face toner or an astringent removes excess oil and grime and combats blackheads and pimples.

4.    Most importantly regular moisturizing helps to stop skin from drying out, which prevents wrinkles. Moisturizing creams should be used on a daily basis.

Useful Tips:


·         Shaving can be harsh on the skin; therefore it should usually be performed just after washing the face. A sharp razor also is less likely to damage the skin.

·         The under eye area is one of the first parts of your face that will show signs of aging. The skin under your eye is much thinner and more delicate than the skin on your rest of your face, so using a gentle product specifically for that area of the face that targets under eye concerns like dark circles, under eye bags, puffiness and fine lines and crow’s feet is a good investment. You will reap the benefits not only now but in the long run. A little goes a long way.

·         A mask is a great product to give your skin a revitalizing boost once or twice a week. Some masks are clay based and draw out excess oil and impurities from your pores, helping to minimize blackhead and pore size. Other masks are gel based and provide hydration and anti-aging benefits for tired, dry or aging skin. Masks are a fun product to use too since you can really ‘feel them working’. The key component to having healthy skin is the habit of using these tips every day.

 We hope you enjoyed this guest post from our expert this week. To learn more about Tamanna’s bridal beauty services, visit her Facebook Page along with these contact details:

Tamanna Makeup Artistry 
Makeup & hair Experts 
Banjara Hills 
+91 8886 677 121


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